Do you love Cantonese food? We do too, and that's why we dedicate ourselves to finding the best places to enjoy Cantonese cuisine in Singapore. We've diligently scouted out the top eateries, and we've listened to our readers and their reviews of Singapore restaurants. We share the places that get great buzz, like Li Bai, and we showcase the ones that have proven themselves over time, like Hai Tien Lo. We also point out good neighborhoods for Cantonese restaurants in Singapore - Orchard Road, for instance. When the craving hits, we'll make sure you get your fix!

Crystal Jade Golden Palace is the flagship restaurant of the Crystal Jade restaurant group, a Singapore success story that now boasts multiple outlets across Asia. Despite its location in a shopping mall, this fine dining Cantonese restaurant...  Read More

Yum Cha is one of the best places in Singapore to experience dim sum in an authentic setting. Tucked away at the top of a hidden staircase in the middle of bustling Chinatown, this popular restaurant packs in local families and passing tourists,...  Read More

Crystal Jade Palace

The Crystal Jade group of restaurants was established in Singapore in 1991 and now boasts multiple restaurants across Asia. Crystal Jade Palace on the 4th floor of Ngee Ann City Shopping Centre is one of their best fine-dining outlets in...  Read More

The Crystal Jade group of restaurants was established in Singapore in 1991. Renowned for their reliable, good quality Cantonese fare, the group now boasts multiple restaurants across Asia. Crystal Jade Dining IN at Vivocity provides a...  Read More

Perched at the top of the Pan Pacific Hotel, Hai Tien Lo dishes up high quality fine-dining Cantonese cuisine. External elevators whisk you up to the 37th floor where the restaurant enjoys stunning views over Singapore's cityscape, The...  Read More

Li Bai

Li Bai is named for a Tang dynasty poet, and you might say the dining room is lyrically decorated – it's certainly attractive, with thoughtful attention to color and texture, even to the tableware. Traditional Cantonese cooking, with a few...  Read More

Tung Lok is part of a much-respected Asian chain of restaurants headed up by well-known restaurateur Andrew Tijoe. This particular branch offers fine Cantonese cooking in a casually upscale setting. Fresh seafood is at the forefront – try the...  Read More

Holland Village
Crystal Jade Kitchen

There are several Crystal Jades around town – some are casual stand-alone units, others are in malls, and still others are upscale fine restaurants. They all serve excellent Chinese food from a vast menu of some 150 items. Dim sum Sundays are...  Read More

Financial District

A small – tiny, in fact, with only seven tables – but exquisitely fitted restaurant serving classical Cantonese cuisine. The elegant antiques all belong to Chef Chan Chen Hei's own private collection, and paired with the high ceilings and...  Read More

Well established London-based Chinese restaurant chain, Royal China, has chosen the world-famous Raffles Hotel for its Singapore base. The duck-egg blue walls, high domed ceiling and crisp white linen table cloths make for a refined dining...  Read More