$20 for $40 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine at Moi Lum Restaurant in Tanjong Pagar. $40 for $80 Option Available.
- Comprehensive menu of authentic Cantonese Cuisine
- Must-try signature dishes Majestic Roast Chicken and Golden Coin Beancurd
- Wide selection of chicken, duck, beef, pork, seafood dishes, wines and desserts
- A Chinatown Heritage brand established since 1920s
- Perfect for celebrations or special occasions with friends and family
- $40 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine
(Min. 2 pax to dine)
- $80 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine
(Min. 4 pax to dine)
Valid 3 months. Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 Groupon per bill. Valid for dine-in only. Not valid for set menus or with other promotions and discounts. Not valid on eve of and on PH.
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- For $20, you get $40 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine for 2-3 Pax.
- For $40, you get $80 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine for 4 Pax and above.
Established in 1920s, this beloved Cantonese restaurant serves up authentic Cantonese dishes to tantalize growling tummies into submission. Feast on time-treasured favourite Golden Coin Beancurd ($12) or the popular Majestic Roast Chicken (from $14) well-known for its crispy skin encapsulating tender, juicy chicken within.
Line bellies first with a Fish Maw Crab Meat Soup (from $12) or a Double Boiled Soup ($3.50) and savour the fresh ingredients and terrific taste. Go for culinary gold with a Golden Coin Chicken ($8), featuring thinly sliced charcoal-grilled chicken or a Braised Spare Ribs ($18), perfect for sharing with loved ones.
Get a load of Cantonese classics like Yam Pot with Shrimp ($20), Scallops with Brococoli ($28) and Sautéed Shrimps with Greens ($18), freshly prepared by the team of experienced chefs. Countless taste possibilities await within Moi Lum Restaurant's comprehensive menu which also features beef, venison, fish dishes as well as Abalone specialty dishes.
The restaurant caters to cravings of all sizes for Cantonese cuisine within its cosy interior and with warm, attentive service.
Moi Lum Restaurant has over 5,000 likes on their Facebook page and has been as been featured in numerous publications such as Makansutra, SoShiok and The Sunday Times.
His dishes are as Cantonese as can be. One of their specialties, the Oyster Duck Roll, would garner a resounding vote from any true blooded Cantonese. The use of dried oysters, Chinese sausages, duck meat and salted egg white are their culinary signature.”
- KF Seetoh
The chicken is still good but it is the tofu dish ($12) that has stayed ahead of the competition all these years...Moi Lum’s tofu now comes as round puffy balls with a sponge-like texture, much like tofu that has been frozen before being deep-fried. The sponginess actually makes the tofu better at soaking up the starchy gravy it is cooked in. Pop one into the mouth and you can savour the gravy, sweet with the flavour of crab meat, oozing out. For colour and a bit of crunch, the dish comes with vegetables such as broccoli, carrot and straw mushroom. Eaten on its own or with hot white rice, it simply tastes wonderful.”
-Wong Ah Yoke, The Sunday Times
Lunch: 11.30am - 2.30pm
Dinner: 5.30pm - 9.30pm