Authentic Cantonese Cuisine in a Colonial Setting
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Lei Garden was established in 1973. It has evolved from a traditional Cantonese-style restaurant to an upmarket, international restaurant chain, offering culinary delights and unique tasting menus developed from different parts of the world. The Group has successfully build up its business over the last forty years to a restaurant empire that comprises 24 branches across Hong Kong, Macau, China and Singapore, with 2,500 staff under our employment.
Lei Garden Restaurant has been offering yummy delicacy for the past few years. The high quality dishes are appealing too.
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19 Boon Tat Street 069619
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Lei Garden Restaurant has been offering yummy delicacy for the past few years. The high quality dishes are appealing too.
Well established restaurant, they serve high quality Chinese cuisine, highly recommended for friends and family gathering on special occasion
In the Singapore food scene, Lei Gardens Restaurant is known to be one of the best Cantonese restaurants, and it has been on my list of must try restaurants in Singapore. They have recently undergo a makeover to freshen up the image of the restaurant. Having never visited Lei Gardens at Chijmes previously, I cannot comment on the changes, but the new interior is classy and contemporary, while retaining the touch of a Chinese restaurant. On my two visits, services were flawless, the staff members were polite and friendly, conscious of diners need yet not overly intruding.
The Panfried Kurobuta pork was splendid with its full-flavoured special sauce and the meat was moist and tender.
Lei Garden has one of the best authentic Chinese cuisine that I've had. However it's quite pricy
Pork Porridge,comes with century egg, thick rice gruel with chunks of diced marinated pork for flavour. So simple in its homestyled appeal yet so good.
Steamed Custard Buns with Salted Egg Yolk, chocolate-swirled fluffy buns encasing smoothened mashed up salted egg yolk custard.
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