22 Scotts Road
Goodwood Park Hotel
Singapore 228221

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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

11:00am - 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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💕Slow-braised Spicy Oxtail with Pickled Mustard and Enoki Mushrooms in Claypot
A nod to the zodiac year,
Claypot of Slow-braised very tender oxtail with Sichuan flavours, enoki mushrooms, chopped preserved cabbage.
This is my favourite dishes beside the double soup, it's has many layers of sichuan flavours.
(Available for takeaway/delivery from Min Jiang at Goodwood Park Hotel).
Takeaway/delivery: $254.65 nett for six persons

💕Auspicious Abundance ‘Lo Hei’ 鸿运金鲍帝皇蟹捞起.
Steamed Alaskan crab leg meat, baby abalones, flying fish roe, peaches, crunchy rice cracker, romaine lettuce, wild arugula, yellow frisee, red, white and green radishes, pickled ginger, fresh pomelo, gluten, yam and sweet potato strips, crushed peanuts, sesame seeds, pine nuts, plum sauce dressing
(Available for dine-in and takeaway/delivery fromMin Jiang at Dempsey)
Dine-in: $268++ per large portion only
Takeaway/delivery: $286.75 nett per large portion only.

💕Braised Pork Belly, Meatball with Crabmeat in Beancurd Pockets and Sea Treasures in Claypot 福袋金鲍海味锅
Claypof of goodness, consist of Braised Australian 10-head abalone, pork belly, braised meat & crab meatball in beancurd pocket, Chinese dried oysters, black moss,
flower mushrooms, sea cucumbers,
dried scallops and tientsin cabbage
Swipe for more close up photo.
(Available for takeaway/delivery from Min Jiang at Dempsey)
Takeaway/delivery: $393.75 nett for six persons

Guests may place online orders at https://goodwoodparkfestive.oddle.me for delivery or self-collection.

For Min JiangGoodwood Park Hotel
📞6730 1704 📧 :[email protected]
Min Jiang at Dempsey
📞 6774 0122.
📧[email protected]
Advance orders of five days are required for deliveries and takeaways.

📍Min Jiang Goodwood Park Hotel
Scotts Road No 22.
Min Jiang Dempsey
7A &, 7B Dempsey Rd

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New savoury creation for this festive season. Available for dine-in at Min Jiang from 1 to 25 December. Priced at $13.80++ for 3 pieces / Takeaway at $38.00 nett for 8 pieces.
Visit https://goodwoodparkfestive.oddle.me/en_SG/ for more info

Location: @goodwoodparkhotelsg 22 Scotts Road, Singapore
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Even if dim sum is not up your alley, Min Jiang at Goodwood Park Hotel (@goodwoodparkhotelsg) serves a good spread of exquisite Cantonese and Sichuan dishes. 😘

Satisfy your taste buds with the rich and flavourful Stewed Ee-fu Noodles with King Prawn in XO Sauce ($16). Beef lovers will definitely enjoy the tender Wok Fried Beef Cubes with Asparagus in Black Pepper Sauce ($36). Instead of the usual Peking Duck, try Min Jiang's Camphor Tea Smoked Duck Fillet ($32) for the soft and tea-scented aromatic meat. 😋

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The newly renovated Min Jiang at Goodwood Park Hotel has reopened! Sophisticated interior, excellent and prompt service, and not forgetting the awesomely delicious food. 😋

Expect nothing less when dining at Min Jiang, they do not mess around with the quality of the dim sum items. Now available on push cart during lunch, even the basics like Har Gau ($6.20) and Siew Mai ($6.20) are easily one of the best dim sum we ever had. 👍🏻 Steamed Chinese Spinach with Chicken and Prawn Dumplings ($6.80) deserves a special mention - we love how all the flavours came together so beautifully. And just when we thought it will just be another Deep-fried Beancurd Skin Roll with Prawns ($6.80), we were so wrong. Min Jiang's rendition is probably the most crispy, least oily yet most juicy with succulent plump prawns. 🤤

Do make reservations to avoid disappointment! There are limited seatings due to safe distancing measures. Most importantly, even we were reluctant to leave after our meal. Just continue sipping tea and enjoy the relaxing ambience. 🤭 Chillax chillax~~

One of the new creations include the Min Jiang Dim Sum Duo ($8.80), which comprises of a rabbit-shaped steamed prawn and carrot dumpling and a carrot-shaped glutinous pastry filled with deep fried pork char siew and pine nuts. Thereafter, you can move on to the ala carte dishes such as the addictive Crispy Fried Pumpkin with Salted Egg Yolk and Pork Floss ($13.80), an excellent way of complementing differing flavours with the sweetness from the pumpkin and the savouriness of the salted egg and pork floss. Wash them down with the tangy and spicy Red Garoupa Soup with Preserved Cabbage ($18) before the Mongolian Chicken with Almond Flakes ($48) arrive. The chicken dish is probably my favourite from the tasting and it comes with a whole chicken deep fried, cut into small pieces and topped with a dry-fry mixture of chilli oil, almond flakes, minced garlic and smashed black beans.

In Chinese cuisine, there are bound to be dishes that are so moreish that you absolutely need a bowl of rice to go with it and that dish is the Slow-braised Beef Brisket ($36/$72) which also contains tendon and radish. From the 1-2 hours braising period, it resulted in a melt-in-the-mouth texture with an umami flavour that will coat your lips well. Last but not least, we finished off the meal with a Stewed Wanton Noodles with Argentinean Red Prawns ($18) and a sweet ending of Deep-fried Purple Sweet Potato Crispy Milk, paying homage to the street snacks of Taiwan.
✨ Min Jiang
📍 22 Scotts Road, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221
🛵 https://goodwoodparkhotel.oddle.me
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Conservative restaurant with no innovative dishes, but well-executed traditional ones, like Chinese spinach with eggs in broth or braised tofu in claypot. However, the Peking duck here is a disappointment. The skin is deliciously crispy, but it is served here without any meat (unlike at the much superior Imperial Treasures Super Peking Duck in Paragon) and is lost when wrapped in the pancake which is a tad too thick. The second dish (with noodles or fried rice) is extremely meh - no better than what you can find at Crystal Jade Kitchen. Except for the proactive fellow doing tea refills, service is quite slow. The ambience is homey and traditional, lacking class or any wow factor. All in all, a decent place, but not great value; there are many much better restaurants at this price level.