Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant (Hotel Miramar)

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Indulge in the new dazzling Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant located at Level 3, Hotel Miramar. With an elegant ambience and various private dining rooms to choose from, you will be impressed with the spaciousness of Peach Garden @ Hotel Miramar that can be tailored creatively for your events and private function.

401 Havelock Road
Level 3 Hotel Miramar
Singapore 169631

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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i was so disappointed because the food quality here is rather poor. the prawns werent the freshest and the other dishes were underwhelmed (e.g. some meat dishes coated with a lot of flour) - i could find similar quality of food at a lower price elsewhere. not to mention, they didnt clearly state that it was two mini abalone (slightly smaller than the size of 1 dollar coin) for the exclusive dish served in the lunch buffet (which they stated in menu as abalone soup). the service was quite bad too - the staff werent attentive. i would not come back again. although its one for one, it is still not worth the money.

A la carte buffet lunch weekend

We paid around $40 per pax, there's additional charge for the tea and tidbits. The menu was quite extensive, good for bigger groups as you get to try more items. Didn't manage to take many photos as there was a dining time limit of 1.5 hours. Quality of dishes were average, at least ingredients were fresh to begin with and presentation of food was well. Two dishes which caught my attention was the roasted pork and the drunken prawns. Didn't know that Peach Garden offers a range of buffet options across their outlets in Singapore. Would try food and buffet at other outlets too.

Usually $14 and was recommended by my friend Audrey. Worth it. A steal with eatigo discount. They were quite bustling when we came Sunday 830pm

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Eat till you drop 🤣🤣
Our favorites were the fresh Steamed Live Pa Ting Fish, crispy Deep-fried Soon Hock Fish, Steamed Live Prawns, Poached Local Spinach with three kinds of eggs & Roasted Crispy Pork 😋
We added an order of Roasted Crispy Peking Duck for $68++ after 40% discount. So yummy 😋


Say yes to 1-for-1 a la carte buffet (U.P. $58++ per pax on weekends), but no to the quality of food. To be fair, though, there were hits and misses and I'll just list them down below because my family ordered almost half the number of items on the menu.

• Deep fried soon hock fish with garlic and Japanese soft sauce
• Steamed pa tung fish with minced garlic in superior soy sauce
• Steamed live prawns in Chinese wine and herbs (fresh!)
• Deep fried fresh prawns with Jackfruit sauce (really fresh prawns with a crisp exterior)
• Roasted crispy pork (lean yet flavourful)
• Fried salmon skin with salted egg yolk
• Baked spare ribs in pineapple sauce
• Poached local spinach with three kinds of egg

• Fried carrot cake with X.O. sauce
• Braised beef brisket
• Sauteed kurobuta pork cube with leek and terriyaki sauce (method of cooking is not doing justice to the quality of pork)
• Cha siew with bones (why bones??)
• Braised homemade beancurd (tasteless)
• Stewed spinach noodles (noodles clumped together)
• Peking duck (skin is not crispy)
• Soups

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It was the very first dish that came right in front the eyes of 2 hungry souls.

The egg tarts were served warm upon order, and the pastry was very crispy and crumbly; the tart filling was custardy and between bouncy & oozy. You can evidently taste the sugar in the tart filling, and the butter in the pastry. It would have been better if the pastry was thinner to accommodate for more tart filling!

We ordered a second plate of this as our dessert hoho.