Daily: 11.30am - 3.00pm and 6.30pm - 11.00pm
Authentic Peking Cuisine was introduced first to Singapore by Master Chef, Poon Sai Chin from Hong Kong. His culinary skills came from Beijing, Mainland China. In 1971, he opened the Jade Room Restaurant. It becomes an instant success island wide for genuine Peking dishes including tim-sum and Mongolian steamboat. Master Chef Poon later launched "Tropical Peking-style Steamboat Buffet", the first in Southeast Asia. Second generation Chief Chef Sunny Poon Shu Yuen now controls the kitchen. With his 20 years culinary experience in the art of preparing genuine Peking cuisine from handed down secret recipes; the restaurant continues its long tradition dishing out delicious food to satisfy all taste buds. Jade Room Restaurant's main dining hall can accommodate 60 tables inclusive of 8 VIP rooms. Its oriental décor and trained staff create an ideal place for wedding and business functions.
I have always enjoyed my visits to Jade Room after being recommended my a friend. This time round, the occasion is Father's Day. I continue to avoid the steamboat and just stick to my personal favourite - Peking Duck.
I called in advance to book the duck so as to cut down the waiting time. When i arrived, then i ordered the rest of the dinner course:
2) Egg White steamed with crab meat and scallop
3) Steamed fish with chai po
4) Crispy wrap with duck meat
5) Milky soup with duck bones
6) Dessert - fried egg white balls with lotus paste
As you can see, we devour the entire duck (skin wraps, meat & bones soup) and that was the sole intention of visiting Jade Room! Captain Katerine was very friendly and accomodating as usual to ensure my family have a private corner for the dinner. I will definitely visit again... just for the duck of course :)
This wasn't good. We were actually charged a sum of money for one of the dishes, however, one of the staff stated the price that is $20 more than the normal one, which shows that they are cheating our money. But what they didn't know is that the food could be one of the worst I've eaten as some are not warm especially.
A wide variety of food for steamboat. There's even cooked food as you wait for your steamboat to be ready. A value for money buffet considering the range of seafood and other food for just less than $20. The steamboat sauces are a hit. The restaurant is big and spacious. The waitresses are fiendly and the food is refilled constantly. A place worth trying.
Firstly, limited variety. Most of the foods are those normal stuffs. So definetly, not worth the money!! As for the service, i dont think is excellent nor is it bad but those average service. To end of, i really think that it should try to improve if not really not worth the $ for a treat in a hotel!