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Grand Mandarin Restaurant

Asian, Cantonese, Chinese, Seafood

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11 votes

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Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:00

$82 based on 7 reviews
Creme Salted Egg Yolk Crab • Garlic • cuim • salt and pepper Crab • Honey Glazed Barbeque Pork Loin (Char Siew) • Prawns coated in Wasabi Mayonnaise • Signature Empurau (忘不了) Fish • Stir-fried wagyu beef with red wine and black pepper
To make a free reservation,
call our hotline on 68846884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 62223355)

 

Grand Mandarin presents an elaborate and sophisticated dining experience in a premier and private environment. With many years of experience in Chinese culinary art, our chefs infuse local contemporary innovation into rich Chinese flavours, breathing new life into traditional cuisine.
Our signature dish is The Empurau Fish (忘不了), it is a sight to behold and a treat for the tastebuds.
Brightly colored scales adorn this majestic looking fish with barbels at the tip of its mouth. Long regarded as a talisman by the natives of Indonesia, many believe the Empurau, also known as the King of the River, brings special blessings and good fortune to those who are lucky enough to touch it.
 
At the table, the wild Empurau tantalizes with edible scales and delicate flavors of wild fruit. Reserved for the most special of occasions, Grand Mandarin is proud to deliver this exquisite delicacy to our exclusive clientele.

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runningman • 27 Jun 2014296 reviews 52 followers

Full Grand Mandarin Restaurant review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/06/grand-mandarin-restaurant-tasting.html 
 
Located just outside Outram Park MRT Station Exit H, the 1-month old Grand Mandarin Restaurant is already making waves in the Chinese Zi Char fine dining scene for its beautifully presented dishes, professional and discreet service, absolutely tasty food made with fresh premium ingredients, and posh ambience.
 
I will flat out admit that dining at Grand Mandarin Restaurant is probably the best meal I've had in 2014, and likely...

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  • 21 Jul 2014 - 31 Oct 2014

    20% Ala Carte Discount*

    Enjoy 20% off Ala carte menu*
    *Ala carte promotion excludes dimsum and beverages. Minimum spend of $100 is required. Additional 12% for selected bank cards. All promotions valid only at Grand Mandarin Singapore. Not valid for use on eve of public holiday or any special occasions (Eg. Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Formula One Weekend) Not valid in conjunction with any discount, offer, promotion, voucher or loyalty programme unless otherwise stated. Grand Mandarin reserves the right to amend or add to the Terms and Conditions without prior notice

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What others are saying...

Bored Auntie • 03 Aug 20144 reviews 0 followers

Over all ok chinese restaurant. On the pricy side, not a place i would go often. The ingredients are of high quality thus justifing the cost.

For full review: http://theboredaunite.blogspot.sg/2014_06_01_archive.html

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Morgan Sea • 15 Jul 20141 reviews 0 followers

overated, food was normal, combination of food and sauce were at times odd. service was definitely an issue as well

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910910 • 07 Jul 2014316 reviews 86 followers

Frankly speaking, I always passing by this building, be it walking along the path, or taking a bus at the busstop opposite to it. In my mind, it's an old building that belonged to a chinese clan. Next to it, it's a trendy salon.
 
It's my honour to be able to visit this newly opened restaurant. The food cuisine mostly is under Cantonese style, however, it have blended into general public taste - abit bland to me.
 
Till...

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