Sum Yi Tai’s Dining Club – Cantonese Cuisines With An Elevated Sense Of Decadence

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SUM YI TAI’s Dining Club on level 2 of its Boon Tat Street shop house is now open. Diners will experience a completely different setting in comparison with the two bars on level 1 and 4. Guests to the Dining Club will experience an elevated sense of decadence where Cantonese cuisine is served in a beautiful 30-seater dining hall.

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The Dining Club boasts a menu that offers a good selection of Cantonese food. Guests can delight in a medley of flavours and textures found in Cantonese cooking from a range of appetizers, soups, seafood, meats and vegetable. Some highlights include the luscious Steamed Canadian Oysters with Vermicelli & Garlic Sauce, delectable Crispy Fried Soft Shell Crab “Bei Fung Tong” Style, traditional Double Boiled Black Chicken Soup with Chinese Herbs, Braised Marble Goby Fish with Roast Pork, Tofu & Shitake Mushroom, hearty Braised Pork Belly with Preserved Vegetables in Claypot, & the classic Steamed “Lo Mai Fun” stuffed in Spring Chicken, wrapped in Lotus Leaf (pre-order only). Mid-day diners will enjoy the Dining Club’s star dishes from a smaller lunch menu, while those sitting for dinner will have access to the full Dining Club offering.

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For those who prefer a little more ease of choice, the Dining Club offers set meal menus as well, catering to a minimum of two or four for lunch and dinner respectively.

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Pairing menus will also be available for guests who are interested in a more sensory tasting experience, matching the Dining Club’s dishes with the myriad whiskies, wines and sake. For guests who prefer non-alcoholic options, a gourmet tea selection is available.

The Dining Club is open for lunch and dinner.


25 Boon Tat Street, Singapore 069622

Editorial by Wilsurn “Hong Heng” Lim









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