[CLOSED] Imperial Treasure Noodle & Congee House (Raffles City)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * The unassuming appearance of the humble noodle belies the expertise required to perfect this staple of Chinese cuisine. Be it the classic you mian, traditional hand-pulled la mian or fried ho fun, there’s nothing like the simple sustenance of a plate of noodles. At Imperial Treasure Noodle & Congee House, we serve your favourite types of noodles with generous helpings of beef brisket, pork, or even wanton prawn dumplings for a fulfilling meal. An assortment of authentic Dim Sum is available daily as well. These refined small bites are exquisitely crafted by our Hong Kong chefs that never fail to deliver consistent and great quality.

252 North Bridge Road
#B1-37 Raffles City Shopping Centre
Singapore 179103

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Dining in for 2 pax. We ordered crabmeat & scallop fried rice $22, salted egg prawn 100 gr$33, bbq pork $12. Total damage $78.86. I think it's really overpriced. Staffs were very attentive & fast. They will clear your plate once it's empty. And keep their eyes on us, just to make sure once our plate is empty, at that second they will clear your plate. Hello! This is not fast & furious. At least let us enjoy our food peacefully. And there are still many empty tables around and there are no queues outside. So no point rushing your customers.

Springy noodle, generous amount of beef that melts in your mouth. This is one of the best beef brisket noodle for a reasonable price. ($8.90++)


$4.50 for 3 pieces, I think the 流沙包 at Imperial Treasure needs no introduction. My only wish is for the chefs to put more custard and salted egg yolk filling into the bun. Also, Imperial Treasure's filling is more viscous than the usual ones you find, so you'll find yourself able to bite on tiny pieces of salted egg yolk.


Replacing KFC at the basement of Raffles City Shopping Centre is Imperial Treasure Noodle & Congee House. Many people associate the Imperial Treasure group with steep prices. I guess that doesn't come unwarranted because, well, the name of the restaurant and also, it's reputation as one of the finer Chinese dining establishments in Singapore. However, it really depends on what you order at the restaurant. Sometimes, I'll simply order a bowl of Plain Egg Noodle With Seasonal Vegetables (you have the option to have it dry or with soup). All it costs is a mere $3, cheaper than dining at the food court. And if that's not enough for you, you can order another serving of it and it might still end up being cheaper than eating at the food court.