442 Orchard Road
Level 2 Orchard Hotel
Singapore 238879

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The Peking duck isn’t the best in town, but otherwise Hua Ting serves excellent Cantonese dishes. The overall style is conservative, but there are some innovative and yummy creations, usually off the menu. Service, while friendly, does have lapses and is not top-of-class as it lacks warmth. For a private group Chinese meal, this is one of the best venues in Singapore, especially if you work with them to design the menu.

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We used to go to Hua Ting every month, but haven’t been back for many years; today’s visit shows why. The Cantonese food remains as good as ever, with some brilliant innovations (baby abalone in sake, squid tentacles). Only a few dishes were not best in class, like the pork rib or the crabmeat fried rice with black garlic. However, we were seated in the lobby (because it was a day-before booking), and that looked kind of cheap. Worse is the service. The staff are very competent and gracious. However, the place is so understaffed (and it was not full!) that service is not worthy of a restaurant of this calibre: we had to ask for things (chilli, hot water refill for the tea pot, bowls for fried rice, knife and fork for ribs) SEVERAL times before being served. At $130 per pax for lunch (no alcohol), it was not good value.

This has been mentioned elsewhere, but the dude taking reservations sounds curt and unfriendly.

We used to go to Hua Ting every month, but haven’t been back for many years; today’s visit shows why. The Cantonese food remains as good as ever, with some brilliant innovations (baby abalone in sake, squid tentacles). Only a few dishes were not best in class, like the pork rib or the crabmeat fried rice with black garlic. However, we were seated in the lobby (because it was a day-before booking), and that looked kind of cheap. Worse is the service. The staff are very competent and gracious. However, the place is so understaffed (and it was not full!) that service is not worthy of a restaurant of this calibre: we had to ask for things (chilli, hot water refill for the tea pot, bowls for fried rice, knife and fork for ribs) SEVERAL times before being served. At $130 per pax for lunch (no alcohol), it was not good value.

This has been mentioned elsewhere, but the dude taking reservations sounds curt and unfriendly.

We used to go to Hua Ting every month, but haven’t been back for many years; today’s visit shows why. The Cantonese food remains as good as ever, with some brilliant innovations (baby abalone in sake, squid tentacles). Only a few dishes were not best in class, like the pork rib or the crabmeat fried rice with black garlic. However, we were seated in the lobby (because it was a day-before booking), and that looked kind of cheap. Worse is the service. The staff are very competent and gracious. However, the place is so understaffed (and it was not full!) that service is not worthy of a restaurant of this calibre: we had to ask for things (chilli, hot water refill for the tea pot, bowls for fried rice, knife and fork for ribs) SEVERAL times before being served. At $130 per pax for lunch (no alcohol), it was not good value.

This has been mentioned elsewhere, but the dude taking reservations sounds curt and unfriendly.

We used to go to Hua Ting every month, but haven’t been back for many years; today’s visit shows why. The Cantonese food remains as good as ever, with some brilliant innovations (baby abalone in sake, squid tentacles). Only a few dishes were not best in class, like the pork rib or the crabmeat fried rice with black garlic. However, we were seated in the lobby (because it was a day-before booking), and that looked kind of cheap. Worse is the service. The staff are very competent and gracious. However, the place is so understaffed (and it was not full!) that service is not worthy of a restaurant of this calibre: we had to ask for things (chilli, hot water refill for the tea pot, bowls for fried rice, knife and fork for ribs) SEVERAL times before being served. At $130 per pax for lunch (no alcohol), it was not good value.

This has been mentioned elsewhere, but the dude taking reservations sounds curt and unfriendly.

We used to go to Hua Ting every month, but haven’t been back for many years; today’s visit shows why. The Cantonese food remains as good as ever, with some brilliant innovations (baby abalone in sake, squid tentacles). Only a few dishes were not best in class, like the pork rib or the crabmeat fried rice with black garlic. However, we were seated in the lobby (because it was a day-before booking), and that looked kind of cheap. Worse is the service. The staff are very competent and gracious. However, the place is so understaffed (and it was not full!) that service is not worthy of a restaurant of this calibre: we had to ask for things (chilli, hot water refill for the tea pot, bowls for fried rice, knife and fork for ribs) SEVERAL times before being served. At $130 per pax for lunch (no alcohol), it was not good value.

This has been mentioned elsewhere, but the dude taking reservations sounds curt and unfriendly.

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