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Madame Fan presents the next destination hotspot to be at for an over the top weekend shenanigan, featuring new dim sum creations and signature East meets West cocktails at her newest act – Cocktail Dim Sum Brunch, with an introductory offer of $126++ per person on every Saturday & Sunday between 11am and 3.30pm.

From the heartiness of new dim sum creations to the punchiness of her signature East meets West cocktails, be spoilt for choices as the menu features over 40 unlimited servings of Dim Sum, Cantonese classics dishes and signature cocktails to fill any heart’s desire. Designed to please even the most discerning diners, diners will be welcomed with a luxurious Chinese delicacy – Mini Buddha Jumps over the Wall, with Chef’s compliment.

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Handcrafted exclusively to jazz up the offerings in this dim sum brunch, Executive Chef Mike Tan launched a varietal of new dim sum creations with a touch of modernity. Diners can look forward to luxurious Black Truffle Dumpling with wild mushroom, cheesy Seafood Prawn Roll, fragrant Pan-fried Pork Bun with preserved Mui Choi vegetable and crisp crust Seafood Spring Roll with kumquat and wasabi for a hint of tart flavour. Other dim sum favourites such as Har Gau, Shumai, Siew Long Bao are available on the menu as well.

That’s not all! Shellfish lovers can indulge in Madame Fan’s heavenly take on drunken prawns with sweet succulent Poached Prawns soaked up in aromatic herbs and Chinese Shaoxing wine; a bowl of Braised Vermicelli with wind-dried pork and La La clams to savour. Signatures such as the Jasmine Smoked Pork Ribs, Australian Striploin with Sarawak black pepper are included.

Featuring a modern take on a well-loved Chinese tradition - Yum Cha (which literally translates to “Shall we have tea?”), Madame Fan stays true to its philosophy of an experiential gourmet journey of speaking old ideas in the language of today. In the language of Madame Fan, her modern take on this Yum Cha tradition equates to “Shall we have tea, made even better with cocktails?”

Seeking to complete every diner’s experience on a high note, the cocktail offerings spotlight on the Yum Cha, which gratify with a tableside cocktail pull by our award winning bartender, an inspiration from familiar scene in Chinese tea house. Other cocktail highlight the Portofino, a refreshing & sweet libation to complement the savoury dim sum selections.

The Sip & Guzzle drink packages are available as follows:

  • SIP $126++ per person: Dim Sum Brunch with free flow cocktails, wines, beer, soda & Chinese tea
  • GUZZLE $136++ per person Dim Sum Brunch with free flow champagne, cocktails, wines, beer, soda & Chinese tea

Diners who wish to opt out from the drink package could enjoy the dim sum brunch at $68++ per person. For reservations at Madame Fan, please email [email protected] or call +65 6818 1921

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Richard
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10 August 2020
Madame Fan presents the next destination hotspot to be at for an over the top weekend shenanigan, featuring new dim sum creations and signature East meets West cocktails at her newest act – Cocktail Dim Sum Brunch.
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John
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7 August 2020
Let's face it. Every hotel in Singapore seems to be coming to the table with free-flow Dim Sum since the Sunday Champagne Brunch made it terrifying dive due to covid-19. Yes, Champagne brunches are still available but the concept just isn't the same. We all loved crushing the buffet for those delicious delights and while doing so, have a chat to a stranger by the Carvery exchanging how wonderful the spread was, or what are you going for next. It is part and parcel to a boozy weekend gathering with friends. So, move over Yum Cha is back and its back with a stellar, thumbs up recommendation. If you are bringing Dim Sum back then it better be good. We can eat many of these dishes at hawkers for a fraction of the price and enjoy the food just as much, although it's the environment and the specialty cuisines where east meets west culminate in a mix of flavours we can only expect from the superb culinary craftsmen and women behind the scenes at Madame Fan Madame Fan's Saturday and Sunday Dim Sum is not just a good Dim Sum, this is an awesome Dim Sum with a choice of 40 items on the overflowing never ending, order as little or as much as your heart desires between 11:30 am and 3 pm. What more could a boy from Melbourne Australia want. We would visit our local "Chinese" dim sum in Melbourne, Australia as kids on a regular basis and we all loved the pork buns, spring rolls and the customary fried rice, but we ain't in Kansas anymore Toto, we are in Luxe JW Marriott Singapore's Madame Fan and the decor is astounding. Having three hours to sit, sip and slide dumplings down one after the other was pure delight and provided a genuine satisfaction. The service staff are nothing short of rick star status and the mobile cocktail trolley adds that air of shanghai by the Bund experience we so need to experience living through a covid pandemic and stuck in Singapore for the unforeseeable future. Anything to keep us dreaming. Overall, I simply loved my Madame Fan experience. It really is about people and communal dining when it comes to ordering Dim Sum. 5 pax is the max in each private room and you must book in advance as the private dining rooms are limited.
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Yvonne
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7 August 2020
You dim sum and drink sum Move aside dim sum trolley aunties and welcome cocktail trolley mixologists at Madam Fan as they launch a modern beverage twist to traditional Yum Cha dining. Weekend brunches are a mainstay, may it be Sunday roasts, brunch or hair of the dog lazy weekend lunches, for many, it is a time to catch up with friends and family over a leisurely meal. The offer of unlimited drinks is also a big draw for many seeking to let loose after a tough week; and for some, having just tea just doesn’t quite cut it. Coz really, where’s the fun in that? It’s an East meets West take on the traditional Yum Cha offering with specially concocted cocktails at Madam Fan’s - Portofino a gin strawberry cocktail and Yu Cha a gin, pu-er tea and shiso vermouth beverage that pairs excellently with the savoury dim sum dishes. And at $126++ for Dim Sum Brunch with free flow cocktails, wine, beer, soda & Chinese tea; it’s certainly something refreshing and different from the usual. Cocktails are made on the spot, right at your table with flair and finesse. Diners can expect a luxurious welcome with a Chinese delicacy – Mini Buddha Jumps over the Wall followed by handcrafted, jazzed up offerings in this dim sum brunch. Executive Chef Mike Tan launched a range of new dim sum creations with a touch of modernity such as the Black Truffle Dumpling with wild mushrooms, cheesy Seafood Prawn Roll, fragrant Pan-fried Pork Bun with preserved Mui Choi vegetable and crispy Seafood Spring Roll with kumquat and wasabi for a hint of tart flavour. Other dim sum favourites such as Har Gau, Shumai, Siew Long Bao are available on the menu as well.
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