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$42/pax

based on 60 reviews
Top Must Try Dishes
peking duck11 votes
dim sum3 votes
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Lunch30 votes
Dinner26 votes
Large Groups/Gathering25 votes
Children/Family24 votes
Vibrant/Noisy24 votes
Brunch13 votes
Business Dining9 votes
After Work7 votes
Corporate Events6 votes
Private Dining6 votes
High Tea5 votes
Girls Night Out3 votes

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foodolicious
 • 09 Nov 2013 113 reviews 0 follower
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When I walked in to Asia Grand, the interior looks quite traditional and thought it would be quite a good experience. I initially wanted to rate this as an above average restaurant but when I thought of the dim sum prices and for the same price, I could have gone to much finer Wah Lok, I decided to lower its grade. Food here isn't bad but mediocre and shouldn't be served at this price I felt. Really, just skip this restaurant unless Wah Lok is full. Spent about $35 per person here.

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Oblivious Bunny
 • 04 Aug 2013 65 reviews 0 follower
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Asia Grand Restaurant has an ongoing promotion for their Peking Duck at $38++ and an additional $10++ if you want the meat of the duck to be served. This is really value-for-money compared to other Chinese restaurants.
 
Though the Peking Duck is on offer, Asia Grand staff still followed tradition and carved the duck right in front of us. Each egg crepe is wrapped with a piece of satisfying crispy duck skin, a sliver of either spring onion or cucumber and a dash of hoisin sauce.

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I spent $33 per person.

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Ronald Tor Das
 • 05 Jan 2013 86 reviews 14 followers
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For more photos and reviews, do check out fourleggedfoodies!

Four of us shared a peking duck ($38) with additional $10 for fried rice after - the peking duck was great! Crispy skin wrapped in egg rolls with a generous dollop of plum sauce, and the fried rice was yum as well. $38 is pretty cheap, it's an offer price but has been so for quite a while so do check it out soon.

The dim sum were pretty good, though the liu sha bao (custard bun) was a miss for me. Still, the dim sum are reasonably priced which is probably why the place was full-house on Saturday lunch.
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