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Harriet

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Im planning a 60-person dinner reception in Singapore. Any suggestions as to Chinese restaurants in hotels?
 

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I personally LOOOVEEE Jiang Mian (I think that''s how it''s spelt) in Rochester Park. It''s a new hip area, beautiful restaurant in a lovely setting and they have gorgeous food. I remember reading about a Singaporean model working in HK (forget her name) having her reception there in the last month or so - she married a racing driver. So it wasn''t a small low-key affair.

Do you tend to go for more traditional style wedding? It appears from your posts that you''re quite hip and trendy. Did I get that right? Would yr parents, family and friends as well as his want a more traditional setting? If so, Jiang Mian may not be for you. Having said that, it is not so trendy so as to alienate the Chinese crowd.

If you''d like, I can look around some more for you if you can give me some of your criteria.
 

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The dinner is primarily for my parents'' sake. I''m considering: 1. the Raffles; 2. the Four Seasons; 3. the Shangri-La.
 

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Have you considered the Fullerton? It is my favourite hotel in town. But Raffles is always a classic.
 
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