One of the new creations include the Min Jiang Dim Sum Duo ($8.80), which comprises of a rabbit-shaped steamed prawn and carrot dumpling and a carrot-shaped glutinous pastry filled with deep fried pork char siew and pine nuts. Thereafter, you can move on to the ala carte dishes such as the addictive Crispy Fried Pumpkin with Salted Egg Yolk and Pork Floss ($13.80), an excellent way of complementing differing flavours with the sweetness from the pumpkin and the savouriness of the salted egg and pork floss. Wash them down with the tangy and spicy Red Garoupa Soup with Preserved Cabbage ($18) before the Mongolian Chicken with Almond Flakes ($48) arrive. The chicken dish is probably my favourite from the tasting and it comes with a whole chicken deep fried, cut into small pieces and topped with a dry-fry mixture of chilli oil, almond flakes, minced garlic and smashed black beans.

In Chinese cuisine, there are bound to be dishes that are so moreish that you absolutely need a bowl of rice to go with it and that dish is the Slow-braised Beef Brisket ($36/$72) which also contains tendon and radish. From the 1-2 hours braising period, it resulted in a melt-in-the-mouth texture with an umami flavour that will coat your lips well. Last but not least, we finished off the meal with a Stewed Wanton Noodles with Argentinean Red Prawns ($18) and a sweet ending of Deep-fried Purple Sweet Potato Crispy Milk, paying homage to the street snacks of Taiwan.
✨ Min Jiang
📍 22 Scotts Road, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221
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