Man Fu Yuan

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~$50/pax
Lauded by Singapore Tatler as one of Singapore's best Chinese restaurants and recipient of the Michelin Plate, Man Fu Yuan is a stalwart in the Chinese fine dining scene in Singapore, serving culinary presentations that showcase an artful balance of modern palates with traditional Cantonese craftsmanship. Look forward to a refined dining experience underpinned by authentic Cantonese culinary techniques with a touch of modernity, and elevate your experience with a handpicked selection of quality wines or premium tea pairings.

80 Middle Road
Level 2 InterContinental Singapore
Singapore 188966

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

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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

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From the Burpple community

📍 @manfuyuansg at @interconsin 🌝
⭐️ @michelinguide plate Chinese restaurant with dim sum buffet or set menu ✨
💰 ~ $68+/ pax for weekend dim sum buffet or $88 set for 4 / $48 for 2 weekday dim sum

🥟 charcoal custard lava buns💯
🥟prawn and pork siew mai with Tobiko💯
🥟spinach prawn dumpling
🥟 steamed chicken claw with premium xo sauce
🥟crispy prawn bean curd roll with wasabi mayonnaise 💯
🥟crispy chee cheong fun (rice rolls)💯

📍 @manfuyuansg at @interconsin 🌝
⭐️ @michelinguide plate
💰 ~ $50 per pax

❤️Roma Tomatoes, crab meat and ikura with yuzu dressing ($18)
❤️pumpkin soup with morel mushrooms ($24)
❤️slow braised pork ribs with manitou ($38)
❤️ cod fish steamed with pickled chilli (by weight)
❤️hot and sour seafood soup ($16)
❤️braised beancurd with lily buds, gingko nuts and seasonal vegetables ($15)
❤️crispy egg noodles with braised seafood ($32)

Overrall, a shock at how amazing @manfuyuansg expertly recreated your usual tzechar or Chinese cuisine dishes with beautiful plating and perfectly executed cooking skills and curated ingredients 👏 so damn underrated.

At S$58.00 per adult, and a minimum of 2 pax to admit, Man Fu Yuan’s Weekend Dim Sum Buffet was a 90-minute affair over two seatings (11.30am — 1.00pm and 1.30pm — 3.00pm).

The a la carte buffet featured a wide selection of Dim Sum and main dishes, and I was really excited to taste some of them as I browsed the menu. Though we arrived before the second seating, we only managed to be seated almost at 1.40pm. Thankfully, the restaurant was not rigid about sending us out, so we still had sufficient time to savour the food after the last order, so it wasn’t so bad.

Service was great, by the way. And maybe because it was not full house today, the first round of food came pretty promptly. I liked their Poached Prawns with Chinese Herbal Broth, Chinese Wine (better known as Drunken Prawns), Crispy Prawn Bean Curd Roll with Wasabi Mayonnaise, Baked Mini Egg Tart, Spinach Prawn Dumpling, Braised Cod Fish, Honey-glazed Pork Belly and Chilled Cream of Mango with Sago Pearls, just to name a few of the more impressionable items.

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From Man Fu Yuan
火焰蜜汁香橙骨
Chef signature: Flambé wok fired pork ribs, citrus orange glaze & almond flakes.
Literally a small flame was lighted up & it lasted few minutes.
Quite intense citrus glaze covered the soft bone pork ribs.
Beautiful presentation.

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From Man Fu Yuan
金针菇扒竹炭豆腐
Braised charcoal bean curd, enoki mushroom and wolfberries.
Classic & savoury.

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Lauded by Singapore Tatler as one of Singapore's best Chinese restaurants and recipient of the Michelin Plate, look to this restaurant in Intercontinetal for fragrant dishes by Executive Chinese Chef Aaron Tan. Don't miss signatures such as the Apple Wood Roasted-Smoked Duck with Black Truffle Sauce, Deep Fried Grouper Fillet and Chilled Almond Puree with their 4-Course Wine Pairing Menu ($168++). Order your favourite signature wok fried and braised dishes and Peking Duck to celebrate your next joyous occasion at home!
Photo by Burppler Joe Yang

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