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Crystal Jade Kitchen (Clementi)

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This restaurant chain made a name for itself with its Hong Kong-style menu of dim sum, noodles and rice dishes. It has grown and diversified to include many different kinds of outlets, such as some fine dining outlets, some serving northern Chinese specialities like xiao long bao and others specialising in Korean food.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 66599215
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Excellent food & unrivalled service!

Celebrated my dad's birthday there & the food was excellent as what can be expected from Crystal Jade. The pan fried Chee cheong fun was a really good. How what really impressed me was the excellent service provided by the whole team. The waitresses n captain were really polite and attended to all our requests with a smile! Really wonderful experience to dine here!

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  • Beef brisket noodles.1 vote
  • Stewed porkk with preserved vegetables.1 vote
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• 01 Nov 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Excellent food & unrivalled service!

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Celebrated my dad's birthday there & the food was excellent as what can be expected from Crystal Jade. The pan fried Chee cheong fun was a really good. How what really impressed me was the excellent service provided by the whole team. The waitresses n captain were really polite and attended to all our requests with a smile! Really wonderful experience to dine here!
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• 13 Mar 2014 • 729 reviews • 87 followers

Crystal with a Hakka slant

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We had lunch at this place a few years ago and plain forgot that it existed.  Had inner with 7 other persons.

Food:  All dishes have a Hakka slant,  ordered the yam with braised duck, bamboo shoot with salted fish, tofu with minced pork, fish soup in rice gruel, pork with old preserved vegetables.  All dishes were tasty,  most memorable was the rice gruel soup with fish,  light, tasty and not over salted.  Wish the pork were fresh pork instead of the frozen pork tough, the porcine taste came across quite strongly.

Value:  Decent value.

Service:  It was about 80% full and service from Singaporen staff was good.

Ambience:  Quiet, not overly packed, gave us a chance to catch up !

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• 08 Feb 2012 • 19 reviews • 0 follower

Inconsistent Pricing

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I had dine at this outlet on several occasions and have previously order the roast duck meat. I will request for the leg portion when placing my order. At my last visit this evening, I was told that I need to pay $2 more for the leg portion. This is not on the menu and I have previously ordered the leg portion without this surcharge. This is unbecoming of a restaurant who add surcharges inconsistently.

I would recommend you have roast duck meat at Dian Xiao Er - no issue in pricing whether you take leg or breast.

 

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