Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Been a long time since we had lunch at Summer Pavilion over at Ritz Carlton. Summer Pavilion has always been one of the Chinese restaurant with excellent service.
These big windows reminded me of the TIE Fighters.
Summer Pavilion has a very homely feeling to it. The restaurant isn't too big, and the service is great.
Chinese Tea and crackers (S$5 per person)
Braised Beef Brisket with Turnip (S$8 per portion) - Was yearning for a bowl of white rice to go with the gravy
Double Boiled Soup of the day (S$16 per person) - Something to warm the tummy
Steamed rice skin rolls with shredded pork, mushroom and sze chuan vegetables (S$6 for 3 pieces) - Something different from the normal chee cheong fun. A healthier version. Taste wise, I prefer the unhealthy ones. Hehe
Poached live sea whelk (S$S$25 per 100g - S$125 for 500g) - Everyone was looking at our table when it was served. I guess not many people will order seafood for lunch. Really glad to have ordered this, as the meat was sweet and tender.
Steamed pork and prawn dumplings with mushrooms (S$5.20 for 4 pieces)
Deep-fried crab meat puff with bacon, golden mushrooms and onion (S$S$2.50 per piece) - Something we won't order the next time. A bit too dry and underwhelm.
Mango Sago (S$10) and Almond Tea (S$10)
The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore,
7 Raffles Avenue
at 6:30 PM