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Peach Garden (Miramar Hotel) (桃苑)

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This successful chain of Cantonese restaurants focuses on serving exquisitely prepared traditional dishes in an elegant setting. The dim sum and roast meat selections are popular, and it's known for good service too.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 14:30

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 21:30

Sat: 10:30 - 14:30

Sat: 17:30 - 21:30

Sun: 08:00 - 11:00

Sun: 11:30 - 14:30

Sun: 17:30 - 21:30

+65 67363833
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13pax ala carte buffet Dinner @ Peach Garden Miramar on 30Jun2014

See my full review & photos at =http://chefquak.com/2014/07/06/13pax-dinner-peach-garden-miramar-on-30jun2014/

our dinner group decided to have get-together at peach garden miramar on 30.6.2014. food was ala carte buffet at S$30.80++ and 3 paying 1 free, quite good deal really. :-)
the food was generally good, better than our last group dinner at ban heng orchard central on 25.4.2014. the service was very good too, friendly & jovial, and we all decided to give a substantial tip afterwards. it was also 1/2 the price & better quality than the one i had recently at restaurant home on 25.6.2014.
#1 char siew (a charcoaled grilled pork neck) was good as usual.
#2 roast pork was good this evening, crispy & tasty, with the mustard dip.
#3 pork floss egg plant was good here. the egg plant batter was very light & the texture & taste combination was excellent.
#4 drunken chicken looked processed in appearance. taste was ok with wine infused flavour.
#5 yuzu prawns was very good, crispy, prawns were fresh & the slight citric yuzu flavour was great.
#6 likewise the wasabi mayo prawns.
#7 fish fritters was average. fish was so so, the crispy batter was quite well done.
there was a limit of 1 order of soup per person.
#8 the sharks bone soup was ok. i had it the last time. i thought the lie tongs (例汤), soup of the day, at tunglok & imperial treasure were better.
#9 i tried the crab meat/roe sharkskin this time, it was quite ok.
#10 the deep-fried soon hock was good, better than when i had it last time. meat was fresh, moist & tasty. we had 2 orders.

#11 kurobuta pork was ok.
#12 the sautéed beef was overly sweet & artificially tender, edible but not much in demand by the diners.
#13 the braised beef briskets & tendon was quite good. we had 2 orders.
#14 pan-fried venison. this not really a favourite for me, no different from any coffershop zichar stalls.
#15 pating fish was a favourite for me. this time it was quite well done, very fresh & tasty. i suggested to the manager that for a live fish, it would be better presentation to serve a fish head portion or 1/2 a fish rather than in cut pieces. he said the fish might be too big so they had it served in cut portions. hmm..actually most pating served here in singapore were 1kg or 700g fish.
we had 3 different vege. they were all good.
$16 cauliflower & brocoli was simple & tasty & great colour combination.
#17 string beans were good too, though the thinnest of sliced scallops didn’t contribute anything to the dish.
#18 spinach with 3 eggs was quite standard, mediocre actually & a very large portion.
most of us ordered 2 or 3 dessert each.
#19 i did not try the 杨支甘露. it should be quite standard.
#20 the bubur hitam with ice cream was a crowd favourite.
#21 the ice jelly was kind of plain.
another joyous dinner with good food, company, fellowship & memories.

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• 08 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

A not too good birthday celebration

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I agree it was value for money on the 3 +1 promotion. But frankly, they cannot cater for crowds. we have 60 pax. the guests have to refill their own tea themselves. The food ordered was served wrongly. When it comes, it comes in SUPER big portion, until you cannot order anymore. and some is really not good, yet in Big portion, eg, the burota japanese pork and (san bei chicken). lucky they don't charge for the left overs, because it is not even appertising looking at the dishes, and not at all tasty to eat at all. Their signature sharksfin with crab roe (pinkish colour), was blandless. all the guest complained it's not nice, and some do not want to eat, but scare being charged the leftovers. No tea served on time, waitress still ask want to order other drinks. we did not know, and when the bill comes, each softdrink/barley was charged at $4.50++. Imagine we paid around $200 for drinks. Kids do not drink tea, but was charged at $2++ per pax as a cover charge. some dishes was really nice, like the sour pork ribs, and fried fish. But it came in very small portion. Order second time, it takes ages and constant reminders

Overall, i would say, the service is really very bad, no attentiveness although i would say, some food is really not bad, but most of my guests complained they will never go again as they ask me this questions"is this a buffet meh? we cannot order and eat enough to be full at all on the food we want to eat. ask for fried rice, it's super big portion, the rest small portion. expect us to eat the food we don't like?
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• 06 Jul 2014 • 269 reviews • 1 follower

13pax ala carte buffet Dinner @ Peach Garden Miramar on 30Jun2014

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See my full review & photos at =http://chefquak.com/2014/07/06/13pax-dinner-peach-garden-miramar-on-30jun2014/

our dinner group decided to have get-together at peach garden miramar on 30.6.2014. food was ala carte buffet at S$30.80++ and 3 paying 1 free, quite good deal really. :-)
the food was generally good, better than our last group dinner at ban heng orchard central on 25.4.2014. the service was very good too, friendly & jovial, and we all decided to give a substantial tip afterwards. it was also 1/2 the price & better quality than the one i had recently at restaurant home on 25.6.2014.
#1 char siew (a charcoaled grilled pork neck) was good as usual.
#2 roast pork was good this evening, crispy & tasty, with the mustard dip.
#3 pork floss egg plant was good here. the egg plant batter was very light & the texture & taste combination was excellent.
#4 drunken chicken looked processed in appearance. taste was ok with wine infused flavour.
#5 yuzu prawns was very good, crispy, prawns were fresh & the slight citric yuzu flavour was great.
#6 likewise the wasabi mayo prawns.
#7 fish fritters was average. fish was so so, the crispy batter was quite well done.
there was a limit of 1 order of soup per person.
#8 the sharks bone soup was ok. i had it the last time. i thought the lie tongs (例汤), soup of the day, at tunglok & imperial treasure were better.
#9 i tried the crab meat/roe sharkskin this time, it was quite ok.
#10 the deep-fried soon hock was good, better than when i had it last time. meat was fresh, moist & tasty. we had 2 orders.

#11 kurobuta pork was ok.
#12 the sautéed beef was overly sweet & artificially tender, edible but not much in demand by the diners.
#13 the braised beef briskets & tendon was quite good. we had 2 orders.
#14 pan-fried venison. this not really a favourite for me, no different from any coffershop zichar stalls.
#15 pating fish was a favourite for me. this time it was quite well done, very fresh & tasty. i suggested to the manager that for a live fish, it would be better presentation to serve a fish head portion or 1/2 a fish rather than in cut pieces. he said the fish might be too big so they had it served in cut portions. hmm..actually most pating served here in singapore were 1kg or 700g fish.
we had 3 different vege. they were all good.
$16 cauliflower & brocoli was simple & tasty & great colour combination.
#17 string beans were good too, though the thinnest of sliced scallops didn’t contribute anything to the dish.
#18 spinach with 3 eggs was quite standard, mediocre actually & a very large portion.
most of us ordered 2 or 3 dessert each.
#19 i did not try the 杨支甘露. it should be quite standard.
#20 the bubur hitam with ice cream was a crowd favourite.
#21 the ice jelly was kind of plain.
another joyous dinner with good food, company, fellowship & memories.
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• 12 May 2014 • 116 reviews • 0 follower

Recommended Ala Carte Dim Sum Lunch if there's 50% discount on weekdays & weekends!

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