7A/7B Dempsey Road
Singapore 249684

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11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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The Crispy Silver Hill Duck served with Homemade Crepes ($68.00 / Half) was the highlight of the meal. Not really knowing what to expect, I was pleasantly surprised by how succulent the meat was. Prepared with London duck sourced from Ireland's famed Silver Hill Farm, the dish resembles a large duck confit in my opinion. Marinated then deep-fried to a crisp, before being shredded like floss to be wrapped in the crepes and the accompanying condiments; the protein was very flavourful. Although you don’t get the glistening duck skin, you do get bits of crunch from the well-fried skin and it proved to be an interesting change from the usual Beijing Duck - a lighter alternative yet just as satisfying and substantial.

My go-to order at every dim sum restaurant, their Deep-fried Beancurd Skin Roll with Prawn ($6.80/ 3 pieces) delivered a superbly crisp-flakey exterior and the interior was wonderfully succulent. Served piping hot, the prawn filling was also nicely seasoned and sweet.

A nice spot for some dim sum brunch with the girls, Min Jiang at Dempsey was real fancy.

Complete with golden flakes, the Steamed Chicken with ‘Nai Bai’ and Dried Scallop Dumpling ($9.80/ 3 pieces) was savoury, plump, and tender. The vibrant jade-coloured skin was a tad thick and it got cold pretty quickly but the flavours were on point.

The Deep-fried ‘Golden Pear’ Curry Chicken with Mushrooms ($8.80/ 3 pieces) was fried to golden perfection. I liked that the crunchy batter wasn’t too thick and it didn’t feel greasy at all. The spice level was mild and it was overall pretty fragrant. Love the mini chocolate balls too as they added some crunchy decadence.

Feature the savoury indulgences from Min Jiang and Min Jiang at Dempsey.
💕Auspicious Yu Sheng from Min Jiang Dempsey.
the prawns and abalone that have been arranged to resemble firecrackers, medley of julienne carrot, romaine lettuce, affilla cress, pomelo and watermelon balls are topped with deep-fried shredded purple sweet potato for added crunch and colour.
sesame, peanuts, deep-fried sweet potato strips, deep-fried yam strips, and deep-fried spring roll skin are added, along with a dressing made with plum sauce, kumquat juice, strawberry sauce, ginger flowers and sesame oil.
💰 Takeaway/delivery: $243.96 nett per large portion
💰Dine-in: $228++ per large portion; $168++ per small portion

💕Double Boiled Seafood Soup with Abalone and Handmade Black Moss Meatball in claypot.
Comforting and flavourful dishfeaturing luxurious ingredients such as Australian 10-head abalone, fried eel fish maw, deep-fried fresh grouper slices, fresh tiger prawns, a deep-fried handmade black moss meatballs with pork and turnip.
💰 Takeaway/delivery: $308.16 nett for six persons, includes claypot
💰Dine-in: $288++ for six persons

💕Braised Spring Chicken with Iberico Pork Rolls & Abalone in Pot.
The goose web combined with whole spring chicken that is deep-fried then steamed for over an hour Ibérico pork belly rolls that have been grilled and braised; whole abalone; moreish dried oysters; Shiitake mushrooms; and fried fish maw.
💰 Takeaway/delivery: $361.66 nett for six persons, includes pot
💰Dine-in: $338++ for six persons
The CNY festive selection will be available for takeaway from The Deli, Min Jiang (Goodwood Park Hotel) and Min Jiang at Dempsey (7A & 7B Dempsey Road). 

Can visit this link to place online orders at goodwoodparkfestive.oddle.me for delivery or self-collection.


Featuring fresh tiger prawns as an ode to the Year of the Tiger, the Auspicious Abundance ‘Lo Hei’ 鸿运金鲍虎虾捞起 is an impressionable yusheng!

Edible “firecrackers” made up of prawns and abalone on the side, the yusheng is a joyful jumble of julienne carrot, romaine lettuce, affilla cress, pomelo and watermelon balls. Sprinkle with the deep-fried shredded purple sweet potato for added crunch, colour and 好兆头!