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Peach Garden (OCBC Centre)

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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.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 65357833
$55 based on 53 submissions
Dinner (22 votes), Lunch (21 votes), Business Dining (18 votes)
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Good Dim Sum

This restaurant has a great view and we enjoyed a tasty dim sum lunch here. Service is good as is the food

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16 Feb 2015 • 46 reviews • 0 follower

Good Dim Sum

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This restaurant has a great view and we enjoyed a tasty dim sum lunch here. Service is good as is the food
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27 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

My experience at Peach Garden (NTU)

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My name is Noah, I'm a professional shipwright.
 I count patience as one of my greatest virtues for one has to be patient to be a good shipwright.
 My magnum opus, a vessel named The Ark, was an endeavor that took me 120 years.
 
 This great endeavor compelled me to invite representatives from all in the animal kingdom (you know, husband and wife for each animal species) for a sort-of “boat warming” party.
 Even though it rained on the party, it was, on many accounts a very good party, except for one minor issue – the dinosaurs never turned up.
 
 Their absence perplexed me thoroughly and haunted me for years.
 Did I send the calendar invite to the right email address? I’m sure I did because I received their “Accept” responses.
 Was the selection of food not appropriate? I know me and the boys (and their wives) had to harvest and cook the food, but none of the other guests complained, and some even said it was the best they ever had!
 Were accommodations for the night not suitable? No, it can’t be. I had made The Ark extra big on purpose so there would be rooms for all.
 
 I did everything right, didn’t I?
 Even the closing ceremony. The budget was a little short for fireworks, but the rainbow and sunny sky was good right?
 
 For years, I tried to find an answer.
 I even asked Russell Crowe when he played me in that movie about me why the dinosaurs didn’t come.
 All I got was a shrug. Not even consoling hugs from Jennifer Connelly or Emma Watson.
 
 
 Today, I had my lunch in the Peach Garden restaurant at NTU.
 After waiting for an hour for the first dish, I looked around to see who my fellow patrons at the restaurants were.
 
 That’s when I saw them. The dinosaurs. Still waiting.
Now I know why they never turned up.
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24 Nov 2014 • 2003 reviews • 255 followers

Quality Traditional Chinese Food

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Peach Garden has been a mainstay for a long time, and its due to its ability to consistently provide good quality Chinese food.

Some items to try are their soups, which are strong in flavour. An example is the fish maw soup, in which fresh fish maw is used with strong chicken broth to create a smooth finish on a rainy day.

Other items to try are their fresh fish, evident in the lack of fishy smell when steamed.

Finally, their fried rice also has a good level of wok hei.

Overall, an ideal place to take the family for a nice celebratory lunch or dinner.
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02 Nov 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

very nice set lunch

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Great food n nice view. Melon soup n the coconut dessert are clear winner. Lunch executive set is about SGD 59++.
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15 Jun 2014 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Not worthwhile unless doing biz lunch in the area with no better alternatives

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Went for lunch on a weekend. Dim sum selection limited and not well executed. Dumpling skins were thick, rubbery and steamed too long. Pork buns and custard buns were ok, and the latter delightful even. Spring roll was all spring roll skin and hardly any of the promised filling of crab, totally devoid of promised salted egg. Rice rolls with cha siew thick and sub-par. Pastry dim sum (baked char siew buns etc) not well done either.

Roast pork was nice but expensive for a few silvers. Peking duck was good. Used the meat to cook mee, which was tad salty. But must thank waiter who help me amend bill - peking duck was ordered as an aftermath, had ordered mee at first without the duck and would have ended up paying full price for both items if waiter didn't help. If you order peking duck, you only pay nominal amount for mee instead of full price.

Desserts ok only. Typical.

Had issues with getting attention of staff. Waited eons before they came. Not prompt in clearing plates (unless they want you out, it appears) or refilling tea.

Errors in bill - so do check carefully. Hate that they try to do multiple bills for different tables (using only one staff) because it makes people wait until they clear the whole stack and have mix-ups.
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