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Jiang Nan Chun (江南春)

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Jiang-Nan Chun, the hotel's Chinese restaurant, offers fine Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant is renowned for traditional Cantonese cuisine served in contemporary style. The weekend oriental brunch, available on saturdays and sundays, is a veritable feast of the restaurant's 100 most popular dishes and dim sum creations.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

Sat: 11:30 - 14:30

Sun: 11:00 - 13:00

Sun: 13:30 - 15:00

+65 68317220
$110 based on 24 submissions
Dinner (9 votes), Business Dining (7 votes), Lunch (7 votes)
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Exquisite 5-Course Four Great Beauties Chinese Cuisine

For full review and pics, visit www.dairycream.blogspot.sg

After Dreams of the Red Chambers and Legend of the West, Four Seasons Jiang Nan Chun introduces their Literature series once again and the theme is none other than "Four Great Beauties of China". Not only will you be mesmerized by the exceeded beauty of the dishes, one will be dazzled by the narration that reveals the other side of these legendary personalities.

Why does Yang Gui Fei love soaking in fragrant baths and how can the fishes be so amazed by beauty of Xishi that they forgot to swim and drowned to their blissful death? The 5-course menu is really worth trying and I highly recommend you to do so before it ends on 31st Jan :)  

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• 02 Jan 2015 • 265 reviews • 8 followers

Exquisite 5-Course Four Great Beauties Chinese Cuisine

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For full review and pics, visit www.dairycream.blogspot.sg

After Dreams of the Red Chambers and Legend of the West, Four Seasons Jiang Nan Chun introduces their Literature series once again and the theme is none other than "Four Great Beauties of China". Not only will you be mesmerized by the exceeded beauty of the dishes, one will be dazzled by the narration that reveals the other side of these legendary personalities.

Why does Yang Gui Fei love soaking in fragrant baths and how can the fishes be so amazed by beauty of Xishi that they forgot to swim and drowned to their blissful death? The 5-course menu is really worth trying and I highly recommend you to do so before it ends on 31st Jan :)  
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• 02 Jan 2015 • 215 reviews • 1 follower

Food in Literature Series: Four Beauties 四大美女养身套餐

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For full review and pictures, do visit therantingpanda.comJiang-Nan Chun is no stranger to people who are familiar with Chinese restaurants in Singapore, being an established Cantonese restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore. Located at the second level of the hotel, the restaurant interior is reminiscent of a modern palace, from the palace gate lookalike grand entrance to the Chinese style partitions within, it is really tastefully done. From now till 31 January 2015, Jiang-Nan Chun has launched the Food in Literature Series: Four Beauties 四大美女养身套餐 five-course set at $148++ per person, on the notion of nourishing the body and skin. The story and meal begins with the Scent of the Heavenly Beauties Combination Platter 国色天香四美, with four starters to depict each of the four beauties, namely Yang Guifei, Xi s***, Wang Zhaojun and Diaochan. I was recommended to start from the refreshing Chilled Cherry Tomato with Lychee Martini Water, where cherry was Yang Guifei’s favourite fruit which the Tang dynasty emperor would go to great lengths to feed her the best lychee. One of Jiang-Nan Chun specialty is dim sum, which the Steamed Seafood Dumpling was showcased here to represent Xi s***, whom inspired the name of the West Lake in Hangzhou. For Wang Zhaojun, the Deep-fried Shrimps Paste with minced Mushroom “Pipa” Beancurd was a subtle tribute to her favourite Chinese Pipa instrument. My favourite of this platter is the Chilled Foie Gras with Osetra Caviar to symbolise Diaochan, as the Foie Gras was simply delicious.  
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• 17 Dec 2014 • 107 reviews • 0 follower

Nice Peking Duck and Dim Sums

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Jiang Nan Chun serves Cantonese cuisine in luxurious settings. Their Peking duck is excellent, particularly their pancake wraps which is super thin, thus allowing you to savour the crispy duck skin. Dim Sums is also worth trying, generous with meat and fillings. My favourite is the custard burns with salted egg yolk. Overall, was a sumptous dining experience.
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