Dim Sum Offers June | Best Dim Sum Restaurants in Singapore

Dining | Lifestyle
by Priyadarshini 8 June 2022

Dim sum occupies a special place in our hearts as little morsels of delight meticulously wrapped in paper-thin dough, sprinkled with chives, and cooked to perfection (and tummies). A spirited exchange of ‘inspirational’ life experiences while sipping Chinese tea at a classic Chinese dim sum restaurant with family or friends is our idea of a beautiful afternoon. In this blog, we tell you about dim sum offers in June in Singapore

If that seems like something you’d like to do this weekend, here’s the best list of Chinese restaurants in Singapore that dish up superb dim sum at a reasonable price.

Dim Sum Offers in June in Singapore

Red House Seafood

Because it is one of the oldest seafood restaurants, dim sum enthusiasts would undoubtedly recognize this exquisite dining business.

Red House Seafood, which has been in business since 1976, is well-known for its dim sum and seafood dishes, which include up to 50 options for its a la carte lunch buffet.

Specialty delicacies such as bird’s nest egg tart, crispy prawn with mango sauce, pan-fried cai po carrot cake, premium seafood fried rice, and braised abalone with jellyfish set their dum sum apart. Some products, though, are only accessible for a one-time order, so you’ll have to make do with the remaining infinite items to satisfy your hunger.

Monday to Friday: 12 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. – Adult: S$36.80++
– Child (4 to 11 years old): S$19.80++
Saturday, Sunday, and holidays: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (last order 2.30pm)
⁣⁣Adult: S$42.80++⁣⁣
Child (aged 4 to 11): S$22.80++

Location – 392 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169663, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel (Level 2)

Tim Ho Wan’s

Tim Ho Wan, a chain dim sum restaurant originating in the dim sum hotspot of Hong Kong, has 12 locations around our sunny island. They’re famed for baked BBQ pork buns and egg tarts, and they serve scorching hot and authentic dim sum all day. Don’t leave without trying these; the calories are well spent!

S$20 to S$25 per person
Order the baked BBQ pork bun, the beancurd skin with prawns and pork, the sesame ball with molten salted egg, and the egg tart.

Location – 68 Orchard Rd, Plaza Singapura #01-29A & #01-52, Singapore 238839

Yum Cha

The primary outlet of this famous name, which offers scrumptious dim sum all day, is right in the heart of Chinatown. Make a reservation before going because they get rather crowded during lunch and supper (even on weekdays).

S$15 to S$20 per person
Order the steamed salted egg custard bun, salted egg prawn ball, prawn and mango fritter, and Peking duck (if you have room).

Location – 20 Trengganu Street (Off Temple Street) #02-01, Singapore 058479

Mouth Restaurant – Dim Sum Offers in June in Singapore

Mouth Restaurant, located on the outskirts of CBD, is a must-visit if you have a dim sum need that needs to be satisfied throughout the work week. Famous for their steamed salted egg custard bun, you should definitely try their crispy deep-fried ‘chopstick’ prawn spring roll.

Price: S$25-S$30 per person
Order the steamed salted egg custard bun, the pork and prawn dumpling, the Peking duck, and the deep fried ‘chopstick’ prawn spring roll.

Location – 38 Maxwell Rd #01-01/02, Airview Building, Singapore 069116

Peach Orchard

This is an oldie but a goodie. The thing about Peach Garden is that they serve dim sum for lunch, but the best time to go is between 3-5 pm to take advantage of their special. Mondays through Fridays, depending on the location, guests can save up to 50% on a la carte and dim sum menu items. Peach Garden’s signature high-tea buffet, which includes a la carte menu items and dim sums, is available on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays. Please keep in mind that Peach Garden’s menu varies on a regular basis, so you should contact ahead to confirm the current menu.

Price range: S$22-S$28 per person.
What to order: prawn dumpling, char siew yam puff, BBQ pork bun, and prawn paste chicken.
Several locations on the island

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