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Don’t Worry , You Won’t Have Any Problem! Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.
2d
Glutinous Rice Balls In Chinese Wine ($8++): Interesting Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.
11m
Shredded Cucumber ($12++) Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.
2d
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Chinese Taro in Hot Toffee And my personal pick, being the sweet-tooth that I am, was the Chinese Taro in Hot Toffee ($12/small). Well-executed, the dessert is made to order and presented at the table with the staff separating each piece coated by the molten syrup by dunking them into ice water - creating a crystalised shell and then sprinkled with sesame seeds. Grant with a choice of Yam or Sweet Potatoes, we had the former and it was so good. The tender bite of yam is accompanied by the caramel sweetness of the crunchy exterior. Hence, I would highly recommend all to order this to end off your meal. Think a warm, glossy, honeyed glaze coupled with the natural earthiness of the root vegetable.
Vanessa
10w
Baozi Stuffed with Juicy Pork in Bamboo Steamer On a roll, their rendition of the classic Xiao Long Bao or as known on their menu as Baozi Stuffed with Juicy Pork in Bamboo Steamer ($5/Small, $8/Medium) were definitely crowd pleasers. Wrapped in respectably thin dumpling skins, the staple dish was slightly larger that those I was familiar with and that was really a plus point in my books. With the increase in size, there were more broth and ingredients in each mouthful - the proportion of each element just right. The soup itself was lip-smacking, light and fresh-tasting.
Vanessa
7w
Fried Dumplings with Leek, Pork and Shrimp Thin and beautifully crisp, the Fried Dumplings with Leek, Pork and Shrimp ($7.80) were a tad greasy in my opinion yet oh-so-good! The minced meat filling being both savoury and fragrant. Love that you get the satisfying crackle from the lattice and the silky smooth skin of the dumplings. The hint of sweetness from the plump chunks of shrimps as you bit into the juicy packages were icing on the cake. Do note to eat it while it’s hot.
Vanessa
10w
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Pineapple Sago Cream served with Warm Yam “Nian Gao” Tart. . Mitzo’s CNY Set Menus range from $498.00++ for a table of four to $2380.00++ for a table of eight. . Two seatings are available on the eve of the Lunar New Year, 24 January 2020 (5.30 pm / 8 pm). For reservations or enquiries, please call+65 6603 8855 or email [email protected] . Location: Mitzo, Grand Park Orchard, Level 4, 270 Orchard Road, Singapore 238857 . #mitzosg #grandparkorchard #burpple #burpplesg #cny2020 #sgcny2020 #mfcny2020
Joe
5w
The only dry Pencai we come across this year! Instead of it being braised, the Pen Cai from @MitzoSG is a dry rendition, with each item done separately and served together in the pot. This is quite different from the rest we had, and is surprisingly delicious.
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5w
Mitzo's Weekend Buffet Brunch! Mitzo’s weekend brunch buffet starts from 1130H to 1430H at a cost of $68++ per pax. If you like, you could top up $60++ for free-flow cocktails. While the food on offer was a series of hits and misses, it was overall a really memorable dining experience and a brunch worth trying for celebrating special occasions. Food: 7.5/10 Ambience: 8.5/10 Service: 8.5/10 Price: 6.5/10 Overall: 8/10 (Worth trying on special occasions) The full review, including their entire buffet menu can be found here: https://thankgodjournals.wordpress.com/2019/10/27/buffet-review-mitzo-restaurant-bar-weekend-dim-sum-brunch/ Or for a few more pictures, see here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B4H99BRA8bM/?igshid=7qv0tve3u5zc
Sean
16w
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[Yan Restaurant] - The Double-boiled Peru Maca Soup with Dried Seafood ($90/$180) is a nourishing soup. The Peru maca is a Peruvian plant reputed for energy boosting and reduces blood pressure. Sea whelk is added to balance the yin of the body. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/12/yan-restaurant-national-gallery.html
SG
6w
[Yan Cantonese Restaurant] - Usher in the year of the Rat with the majestic Yan Harvest Pen Cai ($280/$560). The huge treasure pot comprises of 18 ingredients. There are 6 Head Whole Abalone, Sea Cucumber, Live Prawn, Whole Conpoy, Fish Maw, King Grouper Fillet, Scallops, Roast Pork, Soya Chicken, Roast Duck, Black Mushroom, Yam, Lotus Root, Tianjin Cabbage, Beancurd Skin, Sea Moss, Ginkgo and Broccoli in braised duck gravy. It is available for both dine-in and takeaway. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/12/yan-restaurant-national-gallery.html . Yan Restaurant (宴) National Gallery Singapore 1 St Andrew's Road #05-02 Singapore 178958 Tel: +65 63845585 Nearest MRT: City Hall (EW Line, NS Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 1130am - 230pm, 6pm - 1030pm
SG
7w
[Yan Restaurant] - For a good change from the usual mango sago dessert, the Hot Purple Sweet Potato Cream with Bird's Nest, Ginkgo and Mini Glutinous Rice Balls is a well-received by the diners. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/12/yan-restaurant-national-gallery.html . Yan Restaurant (宴) National Gallery Singapore 1 St Andrew's Road #05-02 Singapore 178958 Tel: +65 63845585 Nearest MRT: City Hall (EW Line, NS Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 1130am - 230pm, 6pm - 1030pm
SG
8w
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[Man Fu Yuan] - Abundance Treasure Pot ($388) is brimming with 18 different ingredients. They are braised sea cucumber, 10-head abalone, Canadian lobster, Hokkaido scallops, prawns, fish maw, goose web, pig's trotters, whelk, oysters, chicken wings, preserved meat sausage, Yunnan black tiger palm mushroom, cabbage, wheat gluten, fried yam and fatty choy. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/12/glorious-lunar-new-year-reunions-at-man.html . Man Fu Yuan InterContinental Singapore Level 2 80 Middle Road Singapore 188966 Tel: +65 63387600 Nearest MRT: Bugis (EW Line, DT Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 1145am - 330pm, 630pm - 1030pm
SG
3w
12 Best Reunion Dinners and Takeaways for a Very Prosperous Chinese New Year in 2020 Continue reading at Miss Tam Chiak: https://www.misstamchiak.com/chinese-new-year-reunion-dinner-2020/ The premium eight-course Bliss Prix-Fixe Menu - include the Abundance Yusheng with Salmon and Fish Skin and the Steamed Tiger Garoupa with Yunnan Black Garlic, which is renowned for its health benefits! Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/chinese-new-year-reunion-dinner-2020/
Maureen
6w
[Man Fu Yuan] - Toss to a successful year ahead with the new 60-inch Treasure Yu Sheng adorned with Abalone, Hokkaido scallops, salmon crisp fish skin, and refreshing passionfruit roselle sauce, shaped in the form of the Chinese character "Yuan" (苑) which symbolises a garden of plenty. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/12/glorious-lunar-new-year-reunions-at-man.html . Man Fu Yuan InterContinental Singapore Level 2 80 Middle Road Singapore 188966 Tel: +65 63387600 Nearest MRT: Bugis (EW Line, DT Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 1145am - 330pm, 630pm - 1030pm
SG
6w
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