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$41/pax

based on 63 reviews
Top Must Try Dishes
peking duck13 votes
dim sum5 votes
Har Kow4 votes
Pork Belly Bun3 votes
wasabi prawns3 votes

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Lunch32 votes
Dinner28 votes
Children/Family26 votes
Large Groups/Gathering26 votes
Vibrant/Noisy24 votes
Brunch14 votes
Business Dining11 votes
After Work7 votes
Corporate Events6 votes
Private Dining6 votes
High Tea5 votes
Girls Night Out4 votes

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DreamLove Eat
 • 06 Oct 2014 53 reviews 1 follower
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Read my full review with more pictures
http://www.eatdreamlove.com/asia-grand/

This place is great to have business dining. It is near to a lot of working offices. It is also very accessible with just a short walking distance from City Hall Mrt. It is great for Dim Sum and Roast Duck. A bit pricy but with good food, service, ambience and location. I think it is worth it. Do check it out.
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I spent $31 per person.

Must tries: peking duck, dim sum, Har Kow

I also recommend this place for:
Business Dining, Children/Family, Dinner, Girls Night Out, Large Groups/Gathering, Lunch
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Morsels of Delice
 • 12 Sep 2014 51 reviews 0 follower
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Asia Grand is always the 1st restaurant that pops into my mind if I want to go to a different restaurant, other than my usual favourites (Summer Palace and Li Bai). And in the area of food, Asia Grand does not disappoint. The dishes are made with fresh ingredients, being refreshing, light yet tasty, the tastes are quite different from the ones at other restaurants. The Prawn Salad and the Chicken Soup are nice, but the best dish got to be the steamed Bamboo Clam in garlic, whose flesh is soft, soaked in the extremely flavourful sauce, saturated with the fragrance of garlic. The Spicy Dumpling is also highly recommended, bursting with robust flavours of chilli, garlic and vinegar.

 
The Peking duck is considered as value for money since its price tag is lower than that in other restaurants but the standard and taste is comparable. The food here is of classic type, yet the taste is surprisingly different in very subtle ways that I have no qualms about visiting this place even after suffering from overloading my stomach with Chinese food for a week.

The place is of typical Chinese restaurant ambience which can get a bit noisy when crowded, but at least there are still sufficient spaces between each tables. Service is ok, though not excellent; then again, most Chinese restaurants do not have excellent service.

The food, service and ambience is good enough for me to drop by every once in a while.

For photos, visit my blog at http://morsels-of-delice.blogspot.sg/2014/09/asia-grand-nice-restaurant-with.html
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Jasen Lee
 • 09 Sep 2014 1 review 0 follower
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It has the freshest dim sum and live seafood at reasonable price.
Been around for 30 over years with Hong Kong style cooking.
Use to call Hsui Hang Village at the Asia Hotel where there were not enough carparks.
The Management is very very attentive to their food and dim sum are served freshly made.
Good for entertaining guests which I honestly say compliment them.
Resonably priced and you will and your family or guests will be happy.

I would strongly recommend, try them with no regrets.


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I spent $23 per person.

Must tries: peking duck, dim sum, Pork Belly Bun, wasabi prawns, Har Kow

I also recommend this place for:
Ala Carte, Anniversary, Birthdays, Boys Night Out, Brunch, Business Dining, Children/Family, Dinner, Fine Dining, Lunch, Relaxed, Romance/First Dates

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