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Imperial Treasure Seafood Restaurant

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Imperial Treasure Seafood Restaurant serves delicious Chinese cuisine that suits every individuals appetite.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 63391811
$38 based on 6 submissions
Ala Carte (4 votes), Birthdays (4 votes), Business Dining (4 votes)
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Good Cantonese Cuisine in the West

I usually head to the city and visit Imperial Treasure outlets for good cantonese cuisine. Recently, we decided to try the Imperial Treasure outlet at JEM, which is closer to home.

Here are the highlights of our meal:
- Stir-fried romaine lettuce leaves with shrimp paste
- Hong Kong Kailan: Simply poached and topped with oyster sauce. Good!
- Deep Fried Silver Fish with salt and chilli flakes: Finger food while waiting for the main dishes to come. The kids loved it.
- Sweet and Sour Pork: We saw another table ordering and I couldn't resist ordering. No regrets with this dish. 
- Sauteed Diced Beef with Garlic: Good dish that you must order if you eat beef. The beef were cut into cube size and sauteed and topped with crunchy garlic chips.
- Steamed Chicken with scallions and garlic topping: This will appeal to some, and not all. The steamed chicken is chopped up and the chef puts a good dollop of chopped scallions, chopped garlic and ginger. I found the ginger and garlic a little overpowering. Thus it may not appeal to all.
- Claypot Tofu with Seafood: Nice! You can order plain rice to go with the gravy. Divine.
- Fried Rice with crab meat: This is a must-order whenever I dine. Good wok-hei. Must-order.

We rounded off our meal with a peanut-coated sesame filled tang yuan. It was good. Do order it!

Now I need not travel all the way to the city for god Chinese food, as there is a good alternative in the West.

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  • shrimp rice roll2 votes
  • Claypot Tofu with Seafood1 vote
  • Deep Fried Silver Fish with salt and chilli flakes1 vote
  • Hong Kong Kailan1 vote
  • Salted egg custard bun1 vote
  • Sauteed Diced Beef with Garlic1 vote
  • Steamed Chicken with scallions and garlic sauce1 vote
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• 11 Sep 2014 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Good Cantonese Cuisine in the West

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I usually head to the city and visit Imperial Treasure outlets for good cantonese cuisine. Recently, we decided to try the Imperial Treasure outlet at JEM, which is closer to home.

Here are the highlights of our meal:
- Stir-fried romaine lettuce leaves with shrimp paste
- Hong Kong Kailan: Simply poached and topped with oyster sauce. Good!
- Deep Fried Silver Fish with salt and chilli flakes: Finger food while waiting for the main dishes to come. The kids loved it.
- Sweet and Sour Pork: We saw another table ordering and I couldn't resist ordering. No regrets with this dish. 
- Sauteed Diced Beef with Garlic: Good dish that you must order if you eat beef. The beef were cut into cube size and sauteed and topped with crunchy garlic chips.
- Steamed Chicken with scallions and garlic topping: This will appeal to some, and not all. The steamed chicken is chopped up and the chef puts a good dollop of chopped scallions, chopped garlic and ginger. I found the ginger and garlic a little overpowering. Thus it may not appeal to all.
- Claypot Tofu with Seafood: Nice! You can order plain rice to go with the gravy. Divine.
- Fried Rice with crab meat: This is a must-order whenever I dine. Good wok-hei. Must-order.

We rounded off our meal with a peanut-coated sesame filled tang yuan. It was good. Do order it!

Now I need not travel all the way to the city for god Chinese food, as there is a good alternative in the West.
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  • Stir-fried romaine lettuce leaves with shrimp paste
• 28 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible service

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the worst service EVER! 
I went down there 28th July 2014 with my family. The counter staff was so rude and didn't respect customers! 

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• 13 Jul 2014 • 31 reviews • 0 follower

Great food and service!

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We had dinner at Imperial Treasure Seafood Restaurant @ JEM. 3 dishes - the spinach with three kinds of eggs, tofu with prawns, and mixed meat platter (duck, roast pork and char siew). All were flavourful and not too oily, and the food came fast. The service was excellent as well, we were there to celebrate the dad's birthday, and the staff coordinated with us on a surprise, sang a birthday song for the dad and even helped to cut and serve the cake even though they were not obliged to do so. Clean plates and utensils were provided even before we requested! Highly recommended place! :)

http://www.poportion.blogspot.sg/2014/07/hoooraay-exams-are-finally-gone-for.html
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