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Good Dim Sum and Ala Carte Chinese Dishes!

I have been to this restaurant on multiple occasions . For lunch, instead of steamboat, which you need to cook and it can be quite time-consuming, you can opt for dim sum and ala carte dishes.   As it was a business meeting, we opted for the ala carte and dim sum options.   Here are the meal highlights: - Soup with Prawn Dumpling (Shui Jiao): soup is rich and the dumpling had minced pork, black fungus and prawns. It was filling. - Prawn Dumpling (Har Kow): One of the best I have eaten. Its moist inside and ingredients were fresh. Recommended. - Pork Dumpling (Siew Mai): Best eaten when its served to the table, when its hot! - Beef Ball: This is a Cantonese dim sum. Minced beef rolled into a ball and steamed. Served with a sauce that reminds me of Worchester sauce. Chewy and nice. - Steamed Radish with Prawn and Conpoy: this was nice. Radish was soft and the sauce for the dish was tasty. - Mee Pok with Minced Pork and sliced Brinjal: The noodles were nicely stewed with the minced pork adding flavor to the dish. Try it! - Steamed Custard Bun: Steamed bun with a salted egg yolk and custard bun. Eat it cautiously, as the filling is hot and may scald you when you bite into it. - Red Bean Paste Dessert: Red bean paste that has been cooked with dry orange peel. It has a nice citrus-sy flavor and I couldn’t stop till I finished the whole bowl.   Good quality dim sum that always hit the mark.   Highly recommended!
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10 Dec 2014 • 172 reviews • 2 followers

Good Dim Sum and Ala Carte Chinese Dishes!

I have been to this restaurant on multiple occasions . For lunch, instead of steamboat, which you need to cook and it can be quite time-consuming, you can opt for dim sum and ala carte dishes.   As it was a business meeting, we opted for the ala carte and dim sum options.   Here are the meal highlights: - Soup with Prawn Dumpling (Shui Jiao): soup is rich and the dumpling had minced pork, black fungus and prawns. It was filling. - Prawn Dumpling (Har Kow): One of the best I have eaten. Its moist inside and ingredients were fresh. Recommended. - Pork Dumpling (Siew Mai): Best eaten when its served to the table, when its hot! - Beef Ball: This is a Cantonese dim sum. Minced beef rolled into a ball and steamed. Served with a sauce that reminds me of Worchester sauce. Chewy and nice. - Steamed Radish with Prawn and Conpoy: this was nice. Radish was soft and the sauce for the dish was tasty. - Mee Pok with Minced Pork and sliced Brinjal: The noodles were nicely stewed with the minced pork adding flavor to the dish. Try it! - Steamed Custard Bun: Steamed bun with a salted egg yolk and custard bun. Eat it cautiously, as the filling is hot and may scald you when you bite into it. - Red Bean Paste Dessert: Red bean paste that has been cooked with dry orange peel. It has a nice citrus-sy flavor and I couldn’t stop till I finished the whole bowl.   Good quality dim sum that always hit the mark.   Highly recommended!
16 Sep 2014 • 51 reviews • 0 follower

One of most Luxurious Steamboats

This place is the ideal place to have good, quality steamboat in the comfort of posh environment. 

The soup base available includes the familiar chicken soup, pork bones soup and the unconventional satay soup and more; varieties are always welcome. Even the chicken soup and pork bone soup here, are like no others found in other steamboat establishments, obviously, the ingredients had been cooked for a certain amount of time to imbue the stock with strong, fragrant flavours. I found the ginseng soup base to be too bitter for steamboat and its price is too expensive, so this one can be skipped.   Patrons will be given a tray of condiments (about 12 of them) to make a customized mixture of sauce that truly suits one's preferences. Though the chopped garlic lacks that pungent smell I expect from freshly chopped garlic.   There are choice ingredients like live prawns, kurobuta pork, dumplings, freshly made fishballs (with minimum flour used, good!), vegetables, spring rolls and more in the menu up for ordering. My personal opinion is that the Tang O vegetable is too expensive (top in price among all vegetables) and has a bitter taste, so it is best to avoid ordering this. A better choice is the baby spinach that has a neutral taste, therefore fully absorbing the essence of the broth.

The service is decent also. Though all these come with a hefty price tag. This is still worth for that occasional indulgence. Have become a regular of this place already! However, I notice that the price of the items have been steadily increasing ...

For photos, visit my blog at http://morsels-of-delice.blogspot.sg/2014/09/imperial-treasure-steamboat-restaurant.html
08 Jun 2014 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

decent place. but v pricey

Without alcohol our bill for 3 amounted to 250! Fish is ex! Soup