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Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant (家味)

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Featuring contemporary design and decor amidst a fine-dining ambiance, Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant offers modern and exquisite fusion Chinese cuisines created by its award-winning chef, with an extensive list of wine labels to complement each dining experience at this restaurant.

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 15:00

Sun & PH: 11:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

Yum-Char:
11.00am to 5.00pm (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

+65 63405678
$51 based on 24 submissions
Quiet (10 votes), Dinner (9 votes), Business Dining (8 votes)
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Dim Sum is great

Love the food here and it is quiet if you go early. The service and dim sum are top notch. Never disappointed

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Fried Durian Ice Cream2 votes
  • peking duck2 votes
  • Almond Fish1 vote
  • Beijing duck and Xiao Long Bao!1 vote
  • Claypot dishes which are the specials of the house.1 vote
  • Grilled Special Rack of Lamb with Chinese Wine1 vote
  • Hotpot Sharkfins1 vote
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• 01 Jan 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

very very slow, super over priced and lousy quality food

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Very very slow in serving even the most simple food. Lousy quality and very over charge. Took us 1 hour for the first item to be served. And it is tim sum. Portion is pathetic small. Makes you wonder what happened to the kitchen. Every table waited for v v long. Super over charged and the quality is bad. Glutinous rice is stale. Bao is minsted meat. Felt bad for the service staff who could do nothing but get it from unhappy customer due to lousy kitchen.
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• 22 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

overpriced ave food

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eking duck smelled gd n oh-i-can-hear crispy.. but destroyed by a trainee server they changed to halfway cutting the duck. Superior was guiding the poor girl obviously struggling to handle the duck. any training shd ve taken plc inside kitchen? orders a $45 shark fins n was charged $58 claiming that that was what was served. xiao long bao skin is thick.
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• 20 Aug 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Dim Sum is great

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Love the food here and it is quiet if you go early. The service and dim sum are top notch. Never disappointed
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