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21 Bukit Batok Crescent
#02-01 WCEGA Tower
Singapore 658065

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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Came back here again for tuan yuan fan (Reunion Dinner). Ordering their CNY Menu for 7-10 pax @ $468 nett, we were served a total of 8 dishes.
1) Famous JB 101 Combination (Smoked Duck, Prawn Fritters, Salad Lonster, Salted Egg Fish Skin)
2) Golden Pumpkin with Crab Meat
3) Braised Chicken with Sliced Abalone
4) Bailing Mushroom with Nai Bai
5) Steamed Grouper in Superior Sauce (HK Style, Preserved Radish, Nonya)
6) Shimmering Golden Butter Lobster
7) Imperial XO Golden Fried Rice with Conpoy
8) Fried Ice Cream (Durian & Vanilla flavour)

Generally, I found their food decent as per my previous visit. The difference being that all sorts of seafood were added this time round to justify the price. I'm not too sure if I'm supposed to taste any pumpkin in the 'Golden Pumpkin with Crab Meat' soup though as it tasted just like a typical Chinese fish maw soup.

Highlights that day would probably go to their fried rice and the sauce of the butter lobster. With crunchy bits embedded in the rice, it tasted much better than it looks despite not having that legendary 'wok hei' taste. Paired with their chili and the lobster's butter sauce and I could probably devour (at least) 3 bowls of it. :)

See them blowtorch the lobster and more information about the service that day at:

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Out of all the dishes I had that day, this would probably be the highlight of the meal. It came with seaweed, yam, lettuce, tomatoes, golden mushrooms, parsley and chunks of fish all immersed in a thick flavourful broth (of which I drank 3 bowls). Simply delicious.

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This was my first time encountering such a dish and it tasted both tangy and sweet somewhat like a sweet and sour pork but with discernible notes of orange to provide the tangy flavour to the dish. It's quite innovative and a refreshing take on typical 'zi char' dishes but while I will recommend one to try it out, I'll probably stick with the classics in future.

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新山 101小厨
Homemade special drinks.
Refreshing with the tasty food here.
$1.50 each.


新山 101小厨
Portion for two.
Quick wok fire baby Kai Lan $8 (small).
Savoury western style Butter Pork Ribs $10 (small).
Fluffy white rice.
Interesting hidden gem.
Great for gathering too.

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Value set rice with fried egg and mongolian fish. The fish is slightly peppery spicy and portion was decent. Egg was slightly overfried but is still a good lunch meal 👍🏼