Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 15:00
Sun & PH: 10:30 - 15:00
Mon - Sun & PH: 18:00 - 23:00
Crystal Jade Golden Palace Restaurant serves modern Cantonese and Teochew cuisine and has a modern twist dishes that are healthier.
We love a good yum cha place. Was here last Saturday with my family to yum cha. It is definitely not cheap. However, if you are willing to pay for authentic dim sum with a nice atmosphere, this is it. To know if the place serves good and authentic dim sum, one should try the roast pork. This place does it really good. A great place for Saturday afternoon although they do have a time limit for different seating. Thus, I chose the last seating at 1.30pm.
Try their dim sum. This is the outlet I will go to eat my favourite dim sum of all times: Ha gao. Their Siew mai is not too bad too. Generous amount of prawns. If you are still hungry, you can try their Congee, hong kong style. (though I hope they will have more ingredients in the congee). After a nice meal, its good to end it with a bowl of hot desert. They have quite a variety to choose from. You may try the orh nee.
The hunt for the best dim sum in Singapore took us to Crystal Jade Golden Palace next.
To be honest, the last time I’d been there was years ago, and I distinctly recall having only had a bowl of porridge; not exactly a memory befitting of a place like Crystal Jade Golden Palace, although in my defence, I still did recall it to be quite lovely.
After visiting the Dim Sum greats like Wah Lok and Taste Paradise, I had high hopes and an even high risk of being disappointed, but Crystal Jade Golden Palace couldn't have proved me more wrong.
Here's why you should go as well as a list of the top dishes to try!
I love dim sum/yum cha and I have been to the top dim sum restaurants in Singapore (and Hong Kong). In my opinion, Crystal Jade Golden Palace is the best in Singapore, despite having a lower rating than some others on HungryGoWhere. My opinion was reaffirmed yesterday. We ordered a variety of dim sum - har gow, siew mai, cha siew bao, cheong fun, lor bak gou, wu gok, lor mai gai, siew yuk, pei dan jook, among others. Each dish was masterfully prepared - delicate and delicious. The service and ambience were very good. And at $30 per head, it was excellent value. One of my favourite restaurants in Singapore - highly recommended.