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chinese πŸ₯‘😍

Featuring Le Shrimp Ramen (Paragon), Shi Xiang Ge, Tongue Tip Beef Noodles (Chinatown Point), TungLok Signatures (Orchard Parade Hotel), Mademoiselle Tang Noodle, The Good Trio (Thomson Plaza), Imperial Treasure Fine Shanghai Cuisine (Takashimaya), Crystal Jade Dining IN
on the hunt for gud fud  ✨
on the hunt for gud fud ✨

the tofu pudding is delicate and soft, pretty much like beancurd but sans the sweet syrup. was a little skeptical about having beancurd with noodles but interestingly, this is a combination that works! once mixed together, the soft tofu paired really well with the noodles and meat, adding a different texture to the dish. finally, the mildly spicy chili oil, in the classic tradition of chinese noodles, tied the dish together.

7.5/10 ⭐️

pretty hearty, warm meal. soup was light and aromatic, with the various vegetables and chrysanthemum added. noodles were light and soaked up the broth well. the plethora of ingredients adds a lot of variety to the meal (particularly enjoyed the chicken, which was thick and tender) & adding in each ingredient myself made for an enjoyable dining experience. worth a try πŸ˜‰

7/10 ⭐️

broth was thick and hearty, made with real shrimp paste. shrimp flavor was really strong which is great if you like shrimp. noodles and dumplings were pretty decent and complemented the broth well. pretty unique and satisfying bowl of noodles. 😊

$13.90++ | 7/10 ✨

a quality dining experience at crystal jade, with a blend of traditional and unique dishes. meats were all well-executed and well-flavoured.

the highlight of the meal was the beef cubes with foie gras sauce & garlic. the beef was really tender, bursting with flavour and fried to perfection. the beef is definitely a really good cut. one of the best beef cubes i’ve ever had 😍

9/10 🌟

very unique dish, nothing quite like anything i’ve seen before! taste-wise, it was slightly underwhelming; charcoal flavour was barely discernible.

overall a pretty decent meal, peking duck was crispy and really succulent β€” the hallmark of a good chinese restaurant.

7/10 β˜€οΈ

had a lovely dinner here. all the dishes were well-executed with balanced flavours and decent portion sizes. very unique, authentic shanghainese dishes not easily found in singapore.

special mentions: the lotus root stuffed with glutinous rice, pig’s ear, roast duck & the red dates pastry πŸ‘πŸ»βœ¨

$9/10 ⭐️

a well-executed bowl of chinese la mian. noodles were well-cooked with just the right amount of firmness. i had the normal noodles which were a tad bit thin for my liking, should have opted for the thicker ones. the chili oil on the side is also really tasty and adds a nice kick to the broth. a good lunch.

$8.90 | 8.5/10 ⭐️

had the beef la mian, shan xi cold noodles, meat bun and dumplings in spicy sauce. beef la mian was a nice, comforting bowl with a flavourful broth, definitely an easy favorite. the dumplings in spicy sauce were especially tasty; really liked the soft, thin dumpling skin encasing the meat. the chili oil deserves a shout out too! very fragrant with just the right amount of spice. 😍

overall, good, authentic chinese food done right. also really affordable (at $5 or less per dish), definitely worth another visit 😊

8.5/10 πŸ’«

meat is really tender soft and well-marinated in sweet sauce. sesame seeds added a nice fragrance. worth an order!

their liu sha bao is also pretty good, with a really thick, flavour salted egg yolk filling. all the other dishes were also well-executed without being too salty/sweet, all classic quality chinese food. overall a really satisfying meal at the good trio. only gripe would be the long waiting time during a weekend dinner.

8/10✨

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