470 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
Singapore 310470

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Sautéed egg white with conpoy and fish meat. Very good dish to have if you’re on a protein diet! Breaking the egg yolk and eating it with the rest of the dish added a more silky texture. Overall a good dish.

Ordered some other dim sum items and found them rather pedestrian. Has CJ standard dropped? I remembered they used to do pretty good dim sum…

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Feature :
💕 Chinese Lettuce Salad in Szechuan.
A re-inspired Northern Chinese, the lettuce was crunchy served in tingly numbing sauce.
💕 Small Bowl La Mian with Picked Mustard Green Soup
Chilled Crab Meat Crystal Jelly.
Jelly with filling of crab meat set in a superior stock and served with a tangy black vinegar dip
💰$10.9 for 6 pieces
💕 Shredded Crispy Duck served with Pancake.
Little boss fav, crispy meaty duck fillets served with homemade crepe with julienne cucumber and Chef’s special sauce.
💕 Mala Grilled Patin Fish.
Fresh Patin fish served in mala-based broth, not too numbing, and with ingredients like beancurd knot, black fungus, lotus root, preserved vegetables, flat mung bean noodles and deep-fried garlic chips.
💕Steamed Prawn and Cheese Xiao Long Bao.
combines flavours of fresh prawns and mozzarella cheese, finely-balanced.
💰&15.9 for 6 pieces, $24.9 for 10 pieces.
💕 Purple Sweet Potato & Cheese Pastry.
sesame studded mochi ball with a not-too-sweet purple sweet potato and mozzarella cheese filling
💰$5.9 for 4 pieces.
📍Crystal Jade.
Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, #01-70

Despite the colour, the Dan Dan noodles weren’t as spicy as I thought they would be. There’s a predominant taste of sesame paste and peanuts, with a hint of chilli only picking in after. I didn’t really enjoy this that much as I don’t enjoy spice, but my siblings really like this dish despite its milder flavours.

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This 扣肉包 (braised pork belly bun) was good! I actually liked it more than other places because their sauce is on the sweeter side and is slightly more starchy, so I could drizzle it on the bun without the sauce flowing out that easily. The pork belly also didn’t have too much fat and still melted in my mouth in spite of that. Although it’s a smaller portion, cutting the pork into rectangles rather than slices meant that each bite tasted a lot more substantial!

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This Crystal Jade serves quite a few la mian (ramen), and I like the texture of their noodles. Despite being thin, they have a real bite. These beef noodles were really tasty because the soup had a robust beefy flavour, and the meat was quite tender! I would get this again.

This is a simple dish, but they do it well. They use five grains (五谷) rice, fried with eggs, dried scallops, scallions, and peanuts, and top it with fried small anchovies. The whole dish is really fragrant because of the peanuts, and the hot pot makes the rice at the bottom charred like in claypot rice. It’s overall on the drier side though, compared to other fried rice.

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