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dined on Thu, 17 Aug 2017

Try the duck in betel leaf, it's a good combination of flavours.

dined on Sat, 29 Jul 2017

Great atmosphere / ambience. Makes great use of the theme in the design of the space. Food was amazing and service was outstanding. Great for pre-theatre dining but have been there for work meetings too.

dined on Fri, 28 Jul 2017

Amazing food (especially the braised beef short ribs) and a lovely atmosphere.

dined on Wed, 26 Jul 2017

Having most dishes available in 3 sizes is great to cater for different size groups. Lot's of great food choices. Some very nice wines on the list.

dined on Tue, 18 Jul 2017

Great service. Soft shell crab was delicious

dined on Sat, 15 Jul 2017

Going back to this place again and again.

dined on Fri, 7 Jul 2017

great cocktails in the bar upstairs before a nice meal with good wine selection.

dined on Sat, 1 Jul 2017

Staff are incredibly helpful and friendly. We picked the dishes we liked and let them take care of what size servings and they got it just right. Delicious food

dined on Fri, 30 Jun 2017

Amazing food and the service from staff was fantastic ... it made for a fabulous dinner before the theatre.
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About Seamstress Restaurant

Things aren’t what they seam The Seamstress Restaurant lives in a house steeped in history. This is one of Chinatown’s hidden gems. At first it kinda feels like you’re climbing up stairs into a forgotten attic but once you’re there the space is a pleasant surprise. You see, Seamstress restaurant lives in a 120-year-old building that was once a textile factory and even an old Buddhist monastery. Now it’s a jazzy restaurant that does modern Cantonese food with panache. It’s a pretty sight to behold, and a break from the red and gold Chinatown standards. With bare bricks and light polished wood, this restaurant has a fresh and contemporary atmosphere. Here you’ll find a lunching business crew and curious customers after an elegant dinner. Based on the dishes of China, the menu also makes some detours into the flavours of Asian, and each item has a small medium and large so you can build your own delicious course or share the goodness with friends. Forget raucous Chinese restaurants and getting nudged by yum cha trolleys! Come to Seamstress and make the most of Chinatown’s best kept secret. Best dish: 12-hour braised Berkshire pork belly, jicama salad and kohlrabi kimchi

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