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2 Orchard Turn
#03-05 ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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When my foodie friends Angeline and Milly asked me where I would like to have my birthday dinner this year, “Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine” was the first place that popped into my head. I figured it would be nice for us to have a Chinese meal together for a change.
The food at this 1-MICHELIN Star restaurant was as expected, very good. We started with the pig’s trotter jelly, a classic Teochew delicacy which is done superbly here, followed by can’t-go-wrong roasted pork belly. Individual servings of a thick, silky collagen-rich soup arrived next, followed by these dishes to share: deepfried whitebait, sautéed beef cubes with garlic chips and a very tasty oyster pancake. We then slurped on a serving each of braised vegetable and mushroom in superior broth. To round off, Milly ordered two kinds of carbs. One was a long-time favourite of mine - the “wok hei-full” hor fun with diced kailan and preserved radish, while the other was a lusciously decadent “mee pok” with fresh lobster.
I chose warm almond cream for my dessert and it was pleasing for sure, but on my next visit, I’m going to get the orh nee (yam) with almond cream because they form a really well-balanced combo.
It has to be said though that the best thing about the evening was the company.

My favourite egg tarts by far, tasty and delicious, bite size just sufficient, and not too sweet. My always order on the list.

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This is not the Peking Duck one.

This is One Michelin-starred fare. Is it really deserving of its star?

Summary of visit:
1. Great tea.
2. Great meat.
3. Great service.
4. Great place to bring your parents to.

Learn more about my experience here.
https://junkasia.com/2018/06/06/mitchell-lin-guide-imperial-treasure-fine-teochew/

Psst. I liked it. #Michelin #MitchellLin #KuehTuTu

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This was a very good rendition of a Chinese staple. At the 1 Michelin Star Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Restaurant 🇸🇬, they do it simply but very well. Beef tenderloin cubes are wok fried with a generous helping of sliced onions and a powerful Sarawak black pepper sauce. The onions and beef are both cooked lightly and remain crisp and juicy respectively. A good dish 👌
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#burpple #wokcooking

Judging based solely on this commonly-found beef dish, I think Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew is deserving of their One Michelin Star. They get it so perfect, it is head and shoulders above most, if not all that I have eaten.
Each large, juicy cube of beef hits the optimal point of tenderness and the amount of seasoning is just right. Add to that, thin slices of garlic fried till golden brown and fragrant, yet light and remarkably grease-free.
Worth clashing chopsticks to get the last piece.

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Executed with finesse, the humble “Omelette with Minced Pork and Preserved Radish” at this One Michelin Star Chinese restaurant is the best of its kind that I’ve come across.
Besides being soft, light and fluffy, the bits of meat and crunchy radish are very evenly distributed within every square inch of the egg.
The omelette is first presented whole before being cut into segments right at the table.

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