- Catering, Restaurant, Wine
- Asian, Cantonese, Chinese, Dim Sum
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
- Tiong Bahru / Outram
- Miramar Hotel
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.
- Quiet2 votes
- Children/Family2 votes
- Large Groups/Gathering2 votes
- Dinner2 votes
- Romance/First Dates1 votes
- Private Dining1 votes
- Buffet1 votes
- Corporate Events1 votes
- Wheelchair Friendly1 votes
- Business Dining1 votes
- Hidden Find1 votes
- Lunch1 votes
- Weddings1 votes
- Vibrant/Noisy1 votes
Top Must Try Dishes
- Seafood fried rice with salted egg1 votes
- wasabi & salted egg york prawns1 votes
- Don't miss out anything!1 votes
does not recommend this place.
If not because of the Manager, My Family and I will have walk out straight away!
Menu of the pork is in kilograms....hello hello how to order???
This is not the end - 9 person eat some normal or any resturant can do dishes...SGD500++. Using BUffet Club Voucher 40% less, but only get about 20-25% discount of the total bill!!!
Call them, Accountant say, sorry some items are not in 40% discount.
This really make my blood boil! We ordered accordingly what the Voucher is to be honored. What another big upset!
Not Finish Yet!!!, Later they called back, that items like Tibits and Tea cannot be included in the 40% discount!!!!
My God, what kind of Resturant Chain is this!!! After so many bad service they still dare to charge you FULL for just TEA and TIBITS!!!??? NightMare!
NO MORE PEACH GARDEN OR THEIR CHAIN...THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
ONCE IS MORE THAN ENOUGH!
does not recommend this place.
I decided to give my mum and mother in law a Mothers Day treat in PG (Hotel Miramar). Having tried the food in their Novena and Thomson Plaza branch, we have high expectation of the food in Hotel Miramar as well.
When we reached the restuarant, we are accosted to a our dinning area. I have made an advanced booking of the Peking Duck as they are known to serve delicious Peking Duck in the other 2 branches. The waiter recommended us to try the roasted crispy pork cube, kurobuta pork cube, scallop with woflberry, wasabi and salted egg york prawn, shark bone cartilage soup. We also ordered some dim sum.
1) Roasted Crispy Pork Cube - served cold . It does not taste fresh and has a pork after taste.
2) roasted peking duck - I have to admit PG at Novena & Thomson Plaza served much better peking duck.
3) Scallop with wofberry - a so-so dish, did not see the wofberries only scallop with peas.
4) kurobuta pork cube - at $38 per place, we find that it is overly priced.
5) shark bone cartilage soup - very salty.
6) wasabi & salted egg york prawn - the saving grace of all
7) dim sum was the best of all.
: wasabi & salted egg york prawns
I also recommend this place for:
Buffet, Large Groups/Gathering, Children/Family, Quiet
recommends this place.
As with most other Chinese restaurants during the festive period, only set menus were available for order. Lunch was a 7-course affair ($68++ per person) but because the portions were kept small, we didn't end up stuffed and bloated for the rest of the afternoon.
1) Salmon Yusheng, fresh fish but very standard fare
2) Braised Shark's Fin Soup with Crabmeat, starchy and richly flavoured, with plentiful chunks of shark's fin interspersed with shredded crabmeat. The texture of the crabmeat seemed of the frozen variety but at least it didn't have that awful frozen fishy flavour
3) Pan-fried King Prawn coated lightly with a butter cream and plum sauce concoction. Sliced seeded chillis and flash-fried curry leaves lent a subtle peppery heat
4) Braised Duck Web with Dried Oyster in a black moss-filled beancurd skin pouch. I love the soft chewy beancurd skin and the moss, together with the mellow oyster sauce gravy slathered over it, but I gave the duck web and dried oyster away. I've never liked eating these so-called "Chinese delicacies"
5) Fried Glutinous Rice with Chinese Sausage soy-infused rice was sticky, slightly charred and flavoursome
6) Chilled Aloe Vera with diced snow pears and coral grass, very balanced and light
7) Pan-fried Nian Gao, soft, sweet and chewy