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Cherry Garden

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The menu offers an eclectic selection of Cantonese cuisine, presented with artistic modern flair. The wide selection of Chinese teas and the wine list offers a balanced selection of old and new world wines, specially selected to match with Asian cuisine.

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

$63 based on 78 submissions
Quiet (29 votes), Lunch (24 votes), Dinner (20 votes)
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Choo Yao Chuen
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Nice dim sums

Weekend dim sum brunch here is as good as it get i.e. on par with any of the other famous dim sums you can think of. Ambiance here is excellent to give you a comfy feel. Do try out their crispy wasabi-aioli prawns with fresh mango and roe.

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12 Dec 2014 • 90 reviews • 0 follower

Nice dim sums

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Weekend dim sum brunch here is as good as it get i.e. on par with any of the other famous dim sums you can think of. Ambiance here is excellent to give you a comfy feel. Do try out their crispy wasabi-aioli prawns with fresh mango and roe.
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08 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Good duck ba zhang and wasabi prawns

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The marinated duck stuffed with glutinous rice is like char siew with glutinous rice dumpling, tastes great and not as filling as a normal rice dumpling. The wasabi prawns were also tasty yet not too extrusive on the wasabi.
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26 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Wonderful!

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It's my second visit today. I invited my guests from the UK. They truly enjoyed the dinner. Great food, ambience and service. After taking our order, your staff asked if anyone has food allergy. we were impressed. In fact , one of my guest has allergy to crustacean. Your staff was able tell us clearly what goes into the ingredient for each dish and suggested alternative. Thumbs up! Special mention to staff -Joy. This wonderful lady from Thailand speaks good English and Mandarin. Very attentive. Pls keep it up with this consistent level of service, food quality and ambience. Will definitely be back again and again and again!
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12 Sep 2014 • 51 reviews • 1 follower

The Brunch is Great

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The ambience is so classy and the service is so immaculate. It is easy to be impressed with this place based on these alone. 

As for the food, there are hits and misses. The dim sum items are just ordinary lacklustre stuff that lack the variety, creativity and depth, not exactly what I expect from a high end restaurant. Exception being the steamed bamboo and prawn dumpling with gold powder (luxurious) and conpoy dumpling (full of fresh seafood flavours), as seen in my photos.    Brunch is good value, in which one can try many of their signature dishes (kurobuta pork is flavourful and good, drunken prawns soaked in herbs and wine infused soup, are extremely fresh) in the brunch (avoid the Patin fish though, it tasted fishy), which are really tasty and not bad. Not to mention, there is free flow of dessert, which is the best thing about this brunch since the avocado dessert is so heavenly good. Talking about the avocado dessert, it is served in a mist of dry ice, 100 points for presentation on this one! The taste is very refreshing and unlike any other dessert I had tasted, so actually, I like it quite a lot.

Worth to go for the brunch. If only the place don't have this restrictive two slot timing thing ... I would have like this place more (I actually do not dine for a long time since I have no patience to hang around a place for long, but I still hate to have a time limit slapped on me).

For photos, visit my blog at http://morsels-of-delice.blogspot.sg/2014/09/cherry-garden-brunch-is-great.html
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19 Aug 2014 • 21 reviews • 0 follower

Cherry Garden Mandarin Oriental Hotel

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For more information and images:http://rygohxx.blogspot.sg/2014/08/cherry-garden-mandarin-oriental-hotel.html Cherry Garden (Cantonese Cuisine) presented with artistic modern flair located at Mandarin Oriental Hotel near Marina Square. I will highly recommend Cherry Garden’s charcoal-roasted BBQ meat platter (樱桃烧味拼盘).The roasted BBQ meat platter includes Roasted duck, Roasted pork belly and Kurobuta Char Siew. I can tell you this is the dish I would HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to everyone. The Kurobuta Char Siew is tender and fragrant. Both Roasted pork belly and duck skins are crispy and I'm sure all of your going to love it like my friends and boyf.

And of course the wasabi prawn is my next favourite dish-Cooked with tangy sweet sauce and wasabi sauce and topped up with fresh mini mango and fish roe which I totally enjoy every bite and be careful of the wasabi sauce as it might perks you up a little.
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  • Cherry Garden’s charcoal-roasted BBQ meat platter

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