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2 Bayfront Avenue
#01-02 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018972

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Wednesday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
10:30am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 11:00pm

Monday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

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Reviews

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Oozy warm molten lava encased in a cutesy pig pau. Delectable.

Savoury marinated pork filling. Decent pau-to-filling ratio as the saucy bits of meat definitely needs more pau to moderate the saltiness.

If you are a large group wanting pretty good food and don’t want the hassle to look for a table at the food court two levels down, this is a good alternative, as they also take reservations. With Din Tai Fung, one of few reasonably-priced eateries at Marina Bay. Surprisingly for a restaurant that has Canton in its name, the roast dishes are subpar. The roast pork is too chewy and the skin is not crispy. The char siew is too sweet. Friendly but not terribly pro-active service. Canton Paradise is good, but ain’t no paradise for Cantonese.

If you are a large group wanting pretty good food and don’t want the hassle to look for a table at the food court two levels down, this is a good alternative, as they also take reservations. With Din Tai Fung, one of few reasonably-priced eateries at Marina Bay. Surprisingly for a restaurant that has Canton in its name, the roast dishes are subpar. The roast pork is too chewy and the skin is not crispy. The char siew is too sweet. Friendly but not terribly pro-active service. Canton Paradise is good, but ain’t no paradise for Cantonese.

If you are a large group wanting pretty good food and don’t want the hassle to look for a table at the food court two levels down, this is a good alternative, as they also take reservations. With Din Tai Fung, one of few reasonably-priced eateries at Marina Bay. Surprisingly for a restaurant that has Canton in its name, the roast dishes are subpar. The roast pork is too chewy and the skin is not crispy. The char siew is too sweet. Friendly but not terribly pro-active service. Canton Paradise is good, but ain’t no paradise for Cantonese.

If you are a large group wanting pretty good food and don’t want the hassle to look for a table at the food court two levels down, this is a good alternative, as they also take reservations. With Din Tai Fung, one of few reasonably-priced eateries at Marina Bay. Surprisingly for a restaurant that has Canton in its name, the roast dishes are subpar. The roast pork is too chewy and the skin is not crispy. The char siew is too sweet. Friendly but not terribly pro-active service. Canton Paradise is good, but ain’t no paradise for Cantonese.

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