[CLOSED] Guan Dynasty

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~$20/pax
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101 Thomson Road
#B1-09/64/65 United Square
Singapore 307591

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It is a delectable contrast of texture where one will get the play of smooth silky rice roll and sweet crispy shrimp.
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Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/09/guan-dynasty-united-square-offering.html
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Guan Dynasty
United Square
101 Thomson Road
#B1-09/64/65
Singapore 307591
Tel: +65 65656465
Nearest MRT: Novena MRT station (NS Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am - 10pm
Sat-Sun: 9am - 10pm

Packed with delectable stuffing but the sauce could be more robust.

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I get excited when there is a new dim sum place, do you? 😉 I spotted a rather uncommon item - Baked Black Pepper Duck Buns ($5.50) from the newly opened Guan Dynasty (@guandynasty) at United Square (@unitedsquaremall). The baked bun has an airy and puffy crust on the outside and the filling just overflows beautifully when you break it apart. Sadly, I find the peppery taste too overwhelming and the cubes of duck meat just disappeared in the thick sauce. Seems like the new restaurant has little fine tuning to do... 😜

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While we have had many variants of the XO Sauce Fried Carrot Cake at other Chinese casual dining restaurants, Guan Dynasty’s rendition is probably one that we found to be less greasy and slightly lighter in flavour than most that we had tried. The chunks of carrot cake come all springy and bouncy, void from any undesirable stench of overused oil. it also came with a slight hint of savouriness and smokiness from the stir-frying; one could also detect the fibrous texture of the radish used for the carrot cake in each morsel. Stir-fried with other ingredients such as egg and bean sprouts, the other elements provided a flavour contrast as well as a bit of crunch to the XO Sauce Fried Carrot Cake.

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An item that we find ourselves ordering usually at any Chinese restaurant serving up dim sum, we also went for the Steamed Rice Roll with Shrimp. While the steamed rice roll was slippery and smooth, the shrimp were a little bit on the smaller side. We also felt that the dish could do with a little bit more soy sauce for better flavour.

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The Traditional Glutinous Rice was a dish that replicates the Teochew glutinous rice dish closely. A dish that sees glutinous rice with peanuts within wrapped with steamed bun dough, think of it as a Pau that is filled with glutinous rice; the bun being fluffy and fragrant, being subtly sweet while the glutinous rice is decently moist and chewy with a slight nuttiness running through its typical savouriness.

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