Singapore: Boss Wants Chinese
The best Chinese restaurants tend to get noisy at peak meal periods:
- Lei Garden, CHIJMES
- Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck, Paragon Orchard
- Crystal Jade Palace, Ngee Ann City
- Taste Paradise, ION Orchard
- Jade Palace, Forum Galleria
For a business lunch/business, you may want to try:
- Hua Ting, Millennium Orchard
- Li Bai, Sheraton
- Wan Hao, Marriott
- Jiang Nan-chun, Four Seasons
The only hotel-based Chinese restaurant where I had a *bad* experience (in terms of food) was Yan Ting, St Regis.
Where are you staying?
Which hotel are you all staying in? Singapore is very compact and well-connected, but many of the top restaurants offer about the same ambience and level of cooking. If you can indicate where you'll be, I think I can suggest some place convenient.
By the way, where's your boss from? I asked because an American will have some preconceived ideas of what "Chinese" food is supposed to taste like, and may not be used to some of the more authentic Chinese cuisine we have in Singapore.