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Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong (TripleOne Somerset) (香港之窗)

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Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong serves a good variety of Hong Kong Cantonese dishes in a cafe style setup where you order and pay over the counter first then wait for your food to be delivered.

Daily: 08:00 - 20:30

+65 67328798
$9 based on 24 submissions
Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (5 votes), Quiet (3 votes)
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Imperial Treasure Windows Of Hong Kong (香港之窗): No Frills Authentic Hong Kong Cafe

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This has to be the most authentic cha chanteng I've visited in Singapore thus far. Located at Triple One, which is opposite of 313, Imperial Treasure Windows Of Hong Kong offers a wide array of Hong Kong cuisine from custard buns to roasted meat, however, dim sum is not part of the selections. Ordering system here may deem as efficient to some while a nuisance to others. Before getting a seat, make your selection from this massive menu and make payment at the entrance before getting a seat. We ordered the Wanton Noodles ($6.80), American Breakfast ($6.50), BBQ Pork 4 Treasure Rice ($9.50) and the mandatory Hong Kong specialty - Twin Combination Signature BBQ Meat ($16). Overall, it has nice ambiance, tall ceiling and comfortable dining area. In fact many Hong Kong expatriates dine in this restaurant. The price is acceptable and food certainly up to par.

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  • Set lunch1 vote
  • roast pork1 vote
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• 06 May 2015 • 216 reviews • 5 followers

Imperial Treasure Windows Of Hong Kong (香港之窗): No Frills Authentic Hong Kong Cafe

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Full Review at http://lepakwithyaops.com/imperial-treasure-windows-of-hong-kong-no-frills-authentic-hong-kong-cafe

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This has to be the most authentic cha chanteng I've visited in Singapore thus far. Located at Triple One, which is opposite of 313, Imperial Treasure Windows Of Hong Kong offers a wide array of Hong Kong cuisine from custard buns to roasted meat, however, dim sum is not part of the selections. Ordering system here may deem as efficient to some while a nuisance to others. Before getting a seat, make your selection from this massive menu and make payment at the entrance before getting a seat. We ordered the Wanton Noodles ($6.80), American Breakfast ($6.50), BBQ Pork 4 Treasure Rice ($9.50) and the mandatory Hong Kong specialty - Twin Combination Signature BBQ Meat ($16). Overall, it has nice ambiance, tall ceiling and comfortable dining area. In fact many Hong Kong expatriates dine in this restaurant. The price is acceptable and food certainly up to par.
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• 22 Jan 2015 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Decent Set Lunch for $8

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I was at 111 Somerset last week and came by this restaurant located at 111 Somerset Building. 

They are part of Imperial Treasure Group and they offer Hong Kong style 'char chan tang' (Tea House) menu items, such as wantan mee, porridge, baked sphagetti, baked rice, etc with Hong Kong style tea.

I spotted this set lunch offer at $7.80, where they have a macaroni soup with sliced ham, two eggs done sunny side and a piece of sandwich with butter. 

The meal filled me up juct nicely and the meal was alright. 

Good for a quick lunch.

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• 15 Nov 2013 • 492 reviews • 68 followers

My favourite place to dine in town

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It is with much trepidation that I have decided to blog about my favourite eatery in town - Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong or ITWHK for short. But it's probably already an open secret, judging by the ever increasing crowd size everytime I drop by for dinner. I'm still delusional though and am crossing my fingers that the crowds don't continue growing.    Nestled on the ground floor of TripleOneSomerset (former PUB building) in between the Imperail Treasure Bakery and the Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant (which isn't that great in my humble opinion), ITWHK offers an open, rather expansive seating area that doesn't feel cluttered or claustrophobic. Think al fresco dining with air conditioning. Really great for a nice quiet dinner on a weekday night (parking is expensive though so watch it). How the place works is this. You order at the counter, take a number tag to your choice of seat and your food will be delivered to you shortly.    奶油猪仔包 - We started off with the 奶油猪仔包, loosely translated as "cream piglet bun" and a perennial favourite of mine whenever I visit Tsui Wah in Hong Kong or Shanghai. This is essentially a toasted bun lathered with butter and condensed milk - sinfully crisp and delicious. Though ITWHK's rendition pales a little in comparison to that of Tsui Wah's, it is definitely worth a try, especially when consumed whilst hot!    Meat Platter - Our meat platter consisted of roast duck, roast pork and BBQ pork. To be honest, they were all very decent. In particular, the BBQ pork stood out - tender meat with bits of chewy fat and a nice, mildly sweet glace. The roast duck had a crisp skin and didn't come across as too gamy whilst the roast pork spotted mildly crackling skin with a good proportion of fats. Only gripe I had was that the duck was a little dry while the roast pork lacked adequate salt and the oomph factor.    滑蛋蝦仁河粉 - I can be quite a sucker for 河粉 so I'm probably biased on this. Rice noodles with a tinge of wok hei drowned in a smooth, not too starchy egg gravy and topped with a generous amount of bean sprouts and reasonably sized, crunchy prawns. Good! There is a slight issue of consistency though as on a subsequent visit, the gravy was a wee bit too starchy for my liking.   Above average food, great environment (to have a peaceful dinner) at wallet friendly prices. What's not to like? Well, maybe the sad reality that the place is going to be more crowded in the near future.   See all my pictures here
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