10 Bayfront Avenue
L2-04 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018956

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11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

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Ordered and paid $1224.43 for 11 Pax
1. Yusheng Large $92.80
Refreshing and yet not so sweet. Good.
2. Peking duck x1 $108
Good as usual
3. Salted fish Diced Chicken Claypot Tofu $52
Must Order!
4. E Star Garoupa 100g $300
Meat abit tough and tad too salty
5. Steamed Chicken w Shallot $80
So so only
6. Soyasauce pan fried Prawn x18 $110
They said "so gooood"
7. Beef cube Garlic $76
I had better (Ubin Seafood Chimjes🤫)
8. You Mak with Garlic $40
9. E Noodle with Peking duck meat $30
I really like the noodle being me. Carbo!
10. Aloe Vera Kelly with fruits x1 $8
11. Herbal jelly x5 $45
Very herbal. Honey is not the syrup kind.
12. Mango Sago Cream x5 $40
13. Rice x5 $10

Hmmm, not as great as what I had here 1 year back. Abit disappointed, as the previous experience was really good. Overall food tend to be on the salty side.

Crispy Noodle topped with Baked Live Prawn in Superior Broth

Comfort Food!

It’s taste not bad but sitting around waterfall and have dinner is quite good.

Reserve a table early if you wish to get an unobstructed view of the waterfront— the perfect backdrop to their set dinners (from $118 per pax, minimum 4 pax). Start with the decadent Sautéed Crab Meat with Egg White & Asparagus in Truffle Oil, but look forward to their main event, the signature Roasted Peking Duck, which comes in two parts. The first features the super crispy skin that tastes amazing on its own or when dipped into salt or sugar. The juicy slices of duck meat are then served, to be wrapped in a handmade crepe, and slathered in hoisin sauce for a tinge of sweetness.
Photo by Burppler Clarissa Chua 蔡杏怡


Great variety of dim sum here. Love their 流沙包 and their XO fried carrot cake which is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.

Sounds like a random place to have crabs rather than good old east coast park but the crab was so fresh the meat barely stuck on the shell. The pepper sauce was fragrant and the spicy level was shiok. Sometimes chefs put too much butter in the black pepper sauce causing it to have less peppery taste but imperial treasure does it well. If you look out from the restaurant, you can see the inside of the casino. Great view for those who do not want to enter the casino but want to see how it looks like

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