Bing Sheng Restaurant

December 01, 2013 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Bing Sheng Restaurant
168 Tianhe East Road
Tianhe District
Guangdong 510630

Excellent Cantonese Dishes And Good Service

(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 8
Ambience & Setting: 8
Food & Beverage: 9
Service: 8
Value for Money: 8
Spent about SGD $30 / CNY $150 per person.


Located in the city centre of Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, in the Tianhe District, occupying 2 large floors of a building, Bing Sheng Restaurant is famed for serving traditional South Chinese cuisine that is both delicious and authentic. Bing Sheng Restaurant is in fact regularly recommended by not just travel websites, but by word of mouth from their many satisfied diners. Because of its popularity, making advance reservations at Bing Sheng Restaurant is highly recommended, as the place is almost fully packed all the time.

Ambience at Bing Sheng Restaurant is similar to a fine dining Chinese restaurant, with shades of brown and red colour tones, elaborate Chinese decor, fine tableware, and a lively (noisy) atmosphere. The floor layout is huge and spacious, and they provide waiting chairs for those in the queue. I also like that the tables at Bing Sheng Restaurant are sufficiently large enough to place all the food, while still being a comfortable size to hold conversations over. I also like that they have bright lights to illuminate the center of the table, which acts as a focal point when food is being served.

Service at Bing Sheng Restaurant is very good. While staff can't converse in English, the menu has helpful pictures that you can simply point at to order. Staff are efficient, though the constantly packed place means they're normally rushing about, and you'll have to call to attract their attention. But their table side service when portioning or serving food is very professional. But it's still better if you visit Bing Sheng Restaurant with someone who can converse in either Mandarin or Cantonese.

Food is the highlight at Bing Sheng Restaurant. Dishes are large, perfect for communal dining (don't try to dine alone), using fresh ingredients and pack great taste and flavour. Prices are mid-range, comparable to other restaurants. In particular, Bing Sheng Restaurant does very good Cantonese food, if in doubt, order their soups, claypots, fish or roast meats.


The place is nearly always crowded, despite the large and spacious interior. Without reservations, queue time can stretch up to 1 hour.

Don't attempt to dine here alone, because this place is about communal dining. In fact, a group size of 4 people, or preferably 6 people or more, will allow you to sample more dishes. While most are freshly prepared when ordered, their soups have a limited amount each day due to the lengthy preparation time, and may run out.


Soup Double Boiled Pork Rib And Lotus Root

Chinese Broccoli With Ham And Ginger

Roast Pork Loin Char Siew 01

Roast Pork Loin Char Siew 02

Steamed Fish

Tofu Trio Plain, Corn, Ling Zhi Mushroom

Roast Duck

Stir Fried Vermicelli

Grilled Squid

Pineapple Bun Bo Luo Bao 01

Pineapple Bun Bo Luo Bao 02

Pineapple Bun Bo Luo Bao 03

Pineapple Bun Bo Luo Bao 04


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