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Review for Cherry Garden (樱桃园)

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Cherry Garden Chinese New Year 2014 Menu

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Singapore's largest Pen cai- Cherry Garden Treasure Pot. Read the full review on my blog for a exclusive preview of what you can expect for Chinese New Year at Cherry Garden.

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$120 for 1 pax
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Excellent Food & Service

I held my soleminization dinner at cherry garden with a small bookings of 3 tables, they had a small room that is able to accomodate 3 tables. Cherry garden had veyr nice interior designs with nice chinese settings. The food taste great and everyone is complimenting and praising their food. The staff were all very friendly and they are very helpful . They pay attention to details and they are always smiling which give you the pleasant feel that they are always delighted to serve you. Their style is more of fine dining, that they focus on the good taste of food and also the beautiful outlook of the food.
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Excellent brunch buffet

Had the brunch buffet with a group of 12 which meant that we could order many different dishes to try. The stand outs were the crisp-fried shredded squid, kurobuta char siew, cherry wood charcoal roasted duck, wasabi prawns. The wok fried string beans and carrot cake were surprisingly good too for such an ordinary dish.
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Bad food, slow service........ ........

Was there over the weekend. We have almost 10 person. Credit to the restaurant for taking care of the details at the beginning.. they placed the children cutlery nicely in alternate fashion. We were impressed with how they were so considerate. After this everything went downhill.
 It seems like price of salt has gone down.. many items right from the appetiser (fried calamari) was salty salty salty... other dishes that were way too salty including the ramen, peking duck sauce, scallop as well as the full-of-gravy codfish-toufu combo. As per Tin Pei Ling famous quote ' i dunno what to say'.
 Next there was also miscomm regarding a birthday cake which we enquired but never confirmed we wanted it... then later they shocked us at the end by bringing on a cake which they later waive as it was not a confirmed order we placed in the first place.
 Lastly serving was way too slow, we entered at 630 as the 1st customer and left at almost 9pm...
 I mean if you are bringing clients who knows nothing about Chinese food then it would be 'awesome', 'best dish i ever had' and similar comments but as far as locals are concern this restaurant is to be avoided.
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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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Good duck ba zhang and wasabi prawns

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.