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This is really as good as people say. The texture isnt too crazy but the flavours are special. There's this almost kinda funny flavour from alcohol presumably as well as this refreshing aftertaste. Im not doing it justice, this is really special

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Mother’s day dinner @jadepalacesg

I have been craving for peking duck for very long time. This place might not be a famous for peking duck, at least the food is good.

Crispy tofu ($8) Mr.W ‘s favourite dish but this one is full of garlic. Honestly this is not great. Quite dry….

Peking Duck (1/2) $46
I was shocked to see there were only 8 piece!! I could have eaten all these on my own!! And i DIDNT! This is not a bad at least good enough to satisfy my craving. And the 2nd dish!! I had the duck meat fried with E fu noodle. I have also craved for e fu noodle for long time. Ok you are forgiven for the small quantity for peking duck. Little Miss W was very happy with the prawn cracker.

Broccoli with bamboo shoot and mushroom ($30) the broccoli was very crunchy, cooked just right. Hate the overcooked broccoli at home 😵‍💫 so that Little miss W would eat it like a old grandma needs soft veggie…. 😫

Crispy chicken (1/2) $28
Always nice to have this in restaurant because it is hard to cook this at home. Satisfied my another craving and thank god this one had no garlic! Or Mr.W would give me black face.

E fu noodle fried with duck meat
The duck meat was soo tough… still happy that i could order the noodle as part of the peking otherwise i would have ordered it as a separate dish.

Little Miss W saw the noodle, she nearly bursted into tears saying “This is not the noodle i want “ I simply said this is mummy’s favourite noodle. Trust me you will like it and this is not that easy to find in singapore, usually only in HK restaurants. She had a a mouth full. I saw a smile on her face. She has very similar taste in food as me. I was sure she would like it. She then said when we travel to HK, is it affordable to have it🤣🤣 yes certainly. Can be 3 times cheaper too!

Overall a very satisfying dinner to me. Not cheap! About 1/3 of the dinner last night….. but Its mama day! Once in a while i can be selfish and picked what i like. Actually i didnt….. i saw there is lamb stew in the special menu… and i also wanted to order the claypot rice. But only 3 of us, its hard to order these two…. 😫

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It pays to take heed of recommendations from people we trust. In this case, it was Mr. Ho, the General Manager of the restaurant who told us we needed to try the Bamboo Shoot dish. Well, it turned out to be fantastic! Lightly fried, the young bamboo shoots were juicy and succulent and completely addictive. I could have finished the whole plate by myself if we didn’t have more food coming. Definitely a must-order at Jade Palace.


The other major show-stealer amongat the dishes we ordered was this Prawns with Vermicelli in Claypot.
All five of us could not hold back our praises for the fresh, large and super sweet crustaceans, and the strands of glass vermicelli that were strongly aromatic and flavourful from being saturated in the sauce.
I recall having eaten this dish (or something very close to it) decades ago and was thrilled to encounter the familiar flavours again.

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After our dinner here during Chinese New Year, we were eager to return to Jade Palace for another slap-up feast.
On this recent visit, we had our hearts set on the Claypot Rice, a speciality of theirs. In fact, there is an an entire page in Jade Palace’s menu devoted to mouthwatering variations of the dish. We chose the one with salted duck and three kinds of very fragrant Chinese preserved sausages - the classic pork, a duck liver and a goose liver ($88++), which were interestingly, served separate from the rice. These meats, as well as the practice of finishing off by scraping the remaining “burnt” rice from the sides of the pot and pouring in a clear soup to mix and enjoy, contributed greatly to this dish being unforgettable.

Having a sick weekend so wanted congee. I like this! $10.80