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For a stylish introduction to Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine, look no further than Peony Jade at Clarke Quay. The executive chef has worked across China, including a Michelin-star restaurant, and perfectly executes classic dishes like shark fin soup and camphor-smoked duck. Gourmet ingredients make ordering a la carte a bit expensive, but the dim sum lunch buffet with over 60 items is a good value. The restaurant’s location in a restored shop-house by the Singapore River is as elegant as the food and a fine choice for group dinners or private events.
Since opening in 2007, Eight Treasures has established itself as one of the best vegetarian Chinese restaurants in Singapore. The chefs use fresh produce and herbs to develop rich flavors in dishes like Braised Beancurd, Sautéed Greens and their signature Buddha Jumped Over the Wall Soup. Mock meat dishes of favorites like shark fin soup, Peking duck and pork ribs are also available. Eight Treasures is located in a beautifully restored shop-house in the heart of Chinatown and is popular for group dinners and special events. Set menus are available with festive-special dishes during the occasion of Chinese New Year.
Chatterbox is one of the best places to find Hainanese chicken rice, a local favourite. In fact, the dish is the star attraction here. The chicken is firm; the rice fragrant while the ground chilli sauce with ginger provides the finishing touch. Other local favourites include the King Prawn Fried Hokkien Noodles, Chatterbox Lobster Laksa . Burgers, sandwiches and salads are also available. The wine list presents the normal fare. The vibrant Asian flavors contrast with the subtle decor of the hotel and complement its warm hospitality which ensures a pleasant experience every time you dine here.
Diners at Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck Restaurant get to relish mouth-watering Chinese cuisine. All the delicacies are presented in appealing quality and further backed up with amazing service. This restaurant takes you to the imperial period of preparing peking duck and the chefs know how every duck has to be roasted to perfection.
Taste Paradise lets you indulge your palate in delectable flavors of authentic Chinese and Cantonese food. The restaurant has earned quite a repute for their creative menu. It has also been honored with an array of awards including one for Best Chinese thus making it a preferred culinary stop for locals and tourists alike. Taste Paradise has a wonderful interior that oozes warm colors; Oriental paraphernalia adds a lovely touch to the ambiance. Dim Sum is the star on their menu and hence comes most recommended. The goodness of their Shark’s Fin and the delicious Peking Duck are other dishes that simply cannot be left out.
Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant boasts a superior setting decorated in the traditional colors of lacquered red walls and black chairs. Elegant tables are set with pure jade plate holders, ivory-sterling chopsticks and fine china. The clear winter melon soup is packed with melon, beef strips, scallops, prawns and crab meat while the shark's fin soup is sauteed with crab meat and served in a rich stock. Other dishes to try include fried cod fillet with garlic sauce or bamboo shoots wrapped with pan-fried beef. The wine list is adequate with mainly New World wines.
Shang Palace is a tried and proven staple for Cantonese and Sichuan cuisines for several years. No resting on laurels here—the standard of cooking remains nothing short of excellent. The classy interior is furnished with overhanging chandeliers, red carpets and Chinese-style wall paintings. Dishes such as Monk Jumps Over The Wall (place an order eight hours in advance!) and boneless chicken pan-fried with almonds and diced oranges are delicious and do justice to the restaurant's reputation. A good selection of wines from France, Italy and other major regions is available.