391 Orchard Road
#B2-38 Takashimaya Shopping Centre
Singapore 238872

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

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When Crystal Jade first opened in the early 90’s, it became a big success and quickly expanded, because the food is good, quality is uniform throughout the chain, and prices are reasonable. Then came brand extension, with upmarket and non-Cantonese restaurants - La Mian, even Korean! Quality suffered, and newer entrant Imperial Treasure took over as the brand of choice. Now, ImpTreas shows signs of being laxed, while Crystal Jade is on the way up again: lots of new, innovative dishes (cordyceps soup, brown fried rice, etc), although some are terrible ideas (carrot-looking dumpling, cheesy dumplings, etc). The membership scheme is much more user-friendly than when it was first introduced. Service is still not proactive. One senior staff member forgot to key in a couple of orders; another refused (yes!) to refill tea, etc.

When Crystal Jade first opened in the early 90’s, it became a big success and quickly expanded, because the food is good, quality is uniform throughout the chain, and prices are reasonable. Then came brand extension, with upmarket and non-Cantonese restaurants - La Mian, even Korean! Quality suffered, and newer entrant Imperial Treasure took over as the brand of choice. Now, ImpTreas shows signs of being laxed, while Crystal Jade is on the way up again: lots of new, innovative dishes (cordyceps soup, brown fried rice, etc), although some are terrible ideas (carrot-looking dumpling, cheesy dumplings, etc). The membership scheme is much more user-friendly than when it was first introduced. Service is still not proactive. One senior staff member forgot to key in a couple of orders; another refused (yes!) to refill tea, etc.

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When Crystal Jade first opened in the early 90’s, it became a big success and quickly expanded, because the food is good, quality is uniform throughout the chain, and prices are reasonable. Then came brand extension, with upmarket and non-Cantonese restaurants - La Mian, even Korean! Quality suffered, and newer entrant Imperial Treasure took over as the brand of choice. Now, ImpTreas shows signs of being laxed, while Crystal Jade is on the way up again: lots of new, innovative dishes (cordyceps soup, brown fried rice, etc), although some are terrible ideas (carrot-looking dumpling, cheesy dumplings, etc). The membership scheme is much more user-friendly than when it was first introduced. Service is still not proactive. One senior staff member forgot to key in a couple of orders; another refused (yes!) to refill tea, etc.

When Crystal Jade first opened in the early 90’s, it became a big success and quickly expanded, because the food is good, quality is uniform throughout the chain, and prices are reasonable. Then came brand extension, with upmarket and non-Cantonese restaurants - La Mian, even Korean! Quality suffered, and newer entrant Imperial Treasure took over as the brand of choice. Now, ImpTreas shows signs of being laxed, while Crystal Jade is on the way up again: lots of new, innovative dishes (cordyceps soup, brown fried rice, etc), although some are terrible ideas (carrot-looking dumpling, cheesy dumplings, etc). The membership scheme is much more user-friendly than when it was first introduced. Service is still not proactive. One senior staff member forgot to key in a couple of orders; another refused (yes!) to refill tea, etc.

Executed dish comprises al dente grains of orzo pasta tossed over high heat with prawns, char siew and petite cubes of red and green capsicums, with a final sprinkling of crispy sakura ebi and deep-fried rice grains for great textural contrast.

YUM! Remember to order this when you’re at @crystaljadesg !! ❤️🤤

Feature Chef Foo’s Braised sea cucumber with Grandma’s braised pork belly 海参外婆红烧肉.
Comforting pot of Australian sea cucumber cooked with pork belly.
The pork very tender, sticky from the result of slow-braise with soy sauce, rock sugar and spices.
Perfect to eat it with warm rice.
💰$36..
📍Crystal Jade Palace
#04-19 Ngee Ann City,
391 Orchad Road.

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