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Majestic Restaurant

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The Restaurant

Opened in January 2006, the award-winning Majestic Restaurant continues to be a stylish destination for modern Chinese dining in the heart of historic Chinatown. Housed within the New Majestic Hotel, the Majestic Restaurant features Cantonese cuisine by internationally renowned, award-winning owner-chef Yong Bing Ngen.

The Cuisine

The cuisine is modern Cantonese served on individual plating. Chef’s specialties at the Majestic restaurant include signature dishes such as the combination platter of crispy wasabi prawns and peking duck served with pan fried spiced foie gras, braised live lobster in a creamy milk and lime sauce, grilled rack of lamb in Chinese honey accompanied with pan fried carrot cake, and the oven baked sea-perch in a fine Champagne sauce.

The Majestic will serve all dishes on its extensive collection of chic handmade and customized chinaware. This modern Chinese restaurant also has a wine cellar that houses over 100 wine labels to compliment the delectable Cantonese cuisine it serves.


2011 World Gourmet Summit Asian Gastronomic Awards of Excellence for Asian Restaurant of the Year (Regional Category)        

2011 Gourmet & Travel Magazine G Restaurant Awards for Most Innovative Menu (Asian) and Best Business Lunch (Asian)

2011 Singapore Tatler Singapore's Best Restaurants for Hall of Fame Award

2010-2011 Wine & Dine Singapore's Top Restaurants            

2010-2011 The Miele Guide


Housed in a traditional conservation shop house located in the heart of Chinatown, the New Majestic Hotel features an emphasis on strong design, local culture and the Arts.

It aims to be a beacon of the "New Asia" genre of hotel where history is blended with modernity, international design with local inspiration – a cutting-edge product of our time.

From the open concept period-inspired lobby with restored vintage Compton fans to the dramatic pool with glass inserts floating above the restaurant, to the selection of period colonial furniture from Singapore in the 1920s- 1960s, New Majestic Hotel is a stunning and eclectic mix of heritage chic.

30 Unique Rooms

Each of the New Majestic's 30 rooms are different, from the mix of vintage and designer furniture through to the customized baths. Room highlights include suites with private gardens, attic style rooms with loft beds in six-meter high ceilings.

Additional Info

  • Address: New Majestic Hotel, 31-37 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089845
  • Phone: +65 6511 4178
  • Fax: +65 6222 3379
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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