Cassia (Capella)

Cassia on Sentosa Island, invites you to celebrate the Renaissance in Chinese fine dining. Our modern Chinese restaurant, Cassia, takes inspiration from the age-old spice routes in Southern and Western China and the seas around Singapore. Classics are prepared with full respect towards tradition, where the freshest local ingredients are used to create a feast for the senses. Recipes are based upon traditional, regional cooking and blended with haute Cantonese technique. – Capella, Cassia

After ushering us up the stairs, we were seated in the intimate setting mixed with Oriental and western furnishing.

Table ware set up.

Chicken roll from the kitchen to start us off, a piece of preserved radish shaped like flower was at the base of the roll. Very nice touch.

Steam prawn dumpling.

BBQ pork bun, very soft.

This was what we were here for, siewmai topped with baby abalone.

The century egg with pork congee was a little bland and hence disappointing.

The plate of expensive carrot cake and we decided it was the 3 pieces of scallop in there that drove the price up.

Deep fried spring onion biscuits, tad too oily.

The soup of the day was very good though, green beans with peanut soup.

No wonder it is Capella, even the toilet roll had its imprint 😛

We each paid about $30 per person for this meal which we did not think it was that expensive for the experience in Capella. Really worth it for dim sum.

1 The Knolls, Level 3 Capella Hotel Singapore, Sentosa Island

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