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Peach Garden (Orchid Country Club) (桃苑)

3.2

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12 reviews

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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 - Sat: 11:00 - 14:30

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 22:00

Sun & PH: 10:00 - 15:30

Sun & PH: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 67593833
$45 based on 20 submissions
Children/Family (8 votes), Dinner (7 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (7 votes)
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4.5

Quality of food & service maintained

We used to enjoy the personalized service and fine quality of food at Peach garden. With the change of ownership we wondered if these selling points would be maintained. After a long hiatus, our family went for dim sum and Beijing duck today. As we popped our faces through the door, the ever attentive manager Daniel greeted us by name and warmly chatted us up.

The restaurant was doing its usual brisk weekend business but the staff still made the effort to interact with us at appropriate times. Orders were taken and served efficiently. The duck skin was crispy and we polished it quite promptly. The standard dim sum items didn't disappoint either - char siew bao, har kow, siew mai, carrot cake, prawn in bean curd skin, xiao long bao etc

We felt so welcome with such a great experience we even bought a box of moon cakes altho none of us in the family are moon cake fans.... Such is the power of excellent service!

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• 19 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 5 followers

operating timing

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Stated Mon operating hours 11am - 14.30pm but was 11.30am wasted my time to reach there 30mins early
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• 19 Aug 2012 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Quality of food & service maintained

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We used to enjoy the personalized service and fine quality of food at Peach garden. With the change of ownership we wondered if these selling points would be maintained. After a long hiatus, our family went for dim sum and Beijing duck today. As we popped our faces through the door, the ever attentive manager Daniel greeted us by name and warmly chatted us up.

The restaurant was doing its usual brisk weekend business but the staff still made the effort to interact with us at appropriate times. Orders were taken and served efficiently. The duck skin was crispy and we polished it quite promptly. The standard dim sum items didn't disappoint either - char siew bao, har kow, siew mai, carrot cake, prawn in bean curd skin, xiao long bao etc

We felt so welcome with such a great experience we even bought a box of moon cakes altho none of us in the family are moon cake fans.... Such is the power of excellent service!
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• 17 May 2012 • 239 reviews • 0 follower

Awesome buffet

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15 dishes - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/peach-garden-orchid-country-club/

I was pleased with the quality of the food. It felt like I had lots of nice dishes from a chinese wedding dinner.

It was a weekday night and it's pretty quiet. I like that peace! Halfway into our peaceful glamourous dinner, a large group came and the restaurant became full of their voices.

The pan fried sliced beef was thick but still soft and easy to chew. Nice!

Their prawns, fishes and shark's fins were fresh and good.

The fried udon tasted like char kway tiao but it was awesome too!

The rest were normal.

Anyway, I dropped my chopsticks and I was surprised that the waiter was so attentive. He just replaced mine for me without me telling him about it. Wow. Was he noticing our table all the time?! So meticulous!

Maybe he couldn't take his eyes off our table because he was just shocked that two diners managed to finish all the 15 dishes, seemingly with ease.

Good food, good ambience, good service.

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