Best Dim Sum Buffet in Singapore- Yum Cha


Have you “Yum Cha” this week? 
Yum Cha is similarly to Western morning or afternoon tea, despite of  the name, yum cha is focused as much on the food items served with the tea as the tea itself. These food items are collectively known as "Dim Sum", a varied range of small dishes which may constitute or replace breakfast, brunch or afternoon tea.

However in Singapore, dim sum are seen commonly eaten anytime of the day. Singaporean even eat them during supper.

So when you thought of the word Dim Sum , which restaurant comes into your mind?
Well for me, it is definitely Yum Cha Restuarant in Chinatown!



Because they are the award winning restaurant opened since 2000. That is sure a long history right!
Can you imagine I was 8 years old back then when my parent brought me to Yum Cha.

Check out an old commercial of Yum Cha:


At Yum Cha, you can always have a good time catching up with old friends or gathering with family over Dim Sum and tea. There is also an Ala Carte Hi-Tea buffet session available on weekdays with more than 60 over delicious traditional Cantonese Dim Sum dishes to choose from at Yum Cha outlet in Chinatown.

That mean you can get to eat FREE FLOW of Siew Mai, Har Gow, Xiao Long Bao, Liu Sha Bao and many items!


With over 80 items on the ala carte menu, customers will have plenty of choices to try all types of dim sum, be it traditional and contemporary. Signature Dim Sum items includes Xiao Long Bao, Prawn Dumplings, Shark’s Fin with Meat Dumpling, Fish Roe Siew Mai, Phoenix Claw, Paper Chicken Wings, Prawn & Mango Sesame Fritters, Baked Mini Egg Tarts, and Crispy Red Bean with Banana.

Yum Cha is conveniently located at the heart of Chinatown and they offers unique dining experience to their customer.

The push carts, wooden chairs and round marbled tables can be seen around the restaurant, bringing back good old nostalgia of Chinese tradition.


 Well known to many for their mouth-watering Dim Sum and have also increased the repertoire of their menu to cater to the different culinary desire of every customer. On their ala carte menu, you be able to find Tapino Hotpot and many more seafood dishes on their menu.



Be sure to be there early on weekends to grab your seats.


I quite love this piece of wall with the old paintings.


Definitely a great place for your gathering.


Private rooms are available for booking too.


Well when come to good food, this is what Singaporean normally do!
Wait let me take picture 1st!!!


This is a definitely a MUST TRY!

Crispy Red Bean Paste with Banana Fillings
This is an unique combination of Banana and Red Bean Paste!
Eat while it is hot!


Fried Spring Roll
Unlike the usual spring roll at common restaurant, Yum Cha one are rather more special because they added Bean Sprout! I love the choice of ingredient used in the Spring Roll!


Har Gow 

Beancurd Roll with Superior Sauce

Siew Mai
Siew mai is a very famous dimsum dish among all and I'm a Siew Mai lover!
The Siew Mai at Yum Cha is really superb, made with chicken and white prawn! 
My dim sum meal is incomplete without eating this! 


Custard Bun (Liu Sha Pau)
My another great love! Love the soft bun with oozing golden lava flowing out when you bite.


High Tea Buffet Promotion (for Yum Cha Chinatown)
$21.80++ for adults and $16.80++ for children below 12
3pm-6pm (Last order at 5.30pm).
Available on weekdays only, excluding public holidays.

More than 60 items to choose from!

About YUM CHA 

Yum Cha Restaurants first opened its doors in the heart of Chinatown. Away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Yum Cha Restaurants offer a unique dim sum dining experience – be it for lunch or dinner. Since then, Yum Cha has expanded with two more outlets, in Serangoon Gardens and in Changi Business Park. Yum Cha Express was also established to serve the growing delivery and catering segment of customers. Well known for mouth-watering dim sum delicacies, Yum Cha Restaurants have also increased the repertoire of the menu from sumptuous spread to seafood dishes like the award-winning black pepper crabs. Yum Cha Restaurants also offer the ‘Tapino’ dining style – a traditional Cantonese practice where friends and family gather to cook and reminisce over a pot of hot soup. In the latest Changi Business Park outlet, customers can also enjoy traditional Hong Kong roast meats along with their dim sum. An embodiment of the very essence, taste and character, Yum Cha continues to be a popular icon in Singapore.

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