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Peony Jade Restaurant (Clarke Quay) (玉河畔)

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Peony Jade Restaurant is a great place dine and wine for all great occasions. Peony Jade is a no MSG added type of restaurants in their prepared dishes so expected that only the freshest ingredients are used to highlight the natural goodness and flavours of the dishes.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 14:30

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 23:00

Sat & Sun: 10:00 - 15:00

Sat & Sun: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 63380305
+65 63380138
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Dinner (11 votes), Children/Family (9 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (9 votes)
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Good food and outstanding service

we were invited to a wedding dinner at the restaurant and was impressed with the food that we decided to try out the Tim Sum for our usual Sunday lunch. Although the Tim sum menu was small but everything was good. The service is outstanding and special mentio

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• 23 Mar 2014 • 10 reviews • 1 follower

Good food and outstanding service

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we were invited to a wedding dinner at the restaurant and was impressed with the food that we decided to try out the Tim Sum for our usual Sunday lunch. Although the Tim sum menu was small but everything was good. The service is outstanding and special mentio
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• 28 Jan 2012 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Great food and wonderful service

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This is not my first time at Peony Jade. The past 2 times had been nice, this third one seems even better. Despite being the CNY season and all tables were taken up, they managed to serve the food promptly.

We ordered the CNY set menu. Almost all the dishes were satisfying with the exception of the dessert which consist of one rice dumpling in ginger soup. The service was great. Tea was topped up very fast, plates were promptly cleared and the staff were always greeting you with a smile.

Highly recommended for a delightful family gathering.

 

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• 11 Sep 2011 • 579 reviews • 20 followers

Pricey but food's undeniably delicious

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Read the full review at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com

Peony-Jade consistently ranks as one of the best Chinese fine-dining restaurants around. They serve Cantonese and Sichuan classics, in a traditional setting filled with vivacious red hues, sophisticated dark woods and hanging Chinese lanterns and grand chandeliers. In addition, the restaurant's location on the second floor of a converted godown along Clarke Quay ensures gorgeous views of the Singapore river and hence cements this place as one of the go-to places for entertaining business guests or friends from out of town.

Please note that it's best to make reservations on weekends. The food's a bit pricey but it's undeniably delicious. Plus you get a good 15% discount with an OCBC credit card.

We had:

1) Braised Fish Maw & Dried Scallop Soup ($15) which arrived in an unusual but pretty cocktail glass. The portion was small but it was comforting and yummy

2) Stir Fried String Beans with Minced Pork ($18) wasn't the best I've tried, but this was commendable. The string beans were perfectly fried to a smoky fragrance, and wilted just right, while the chunky minced meat was tasty without being salty. A little spice would have enlivened this dish

3) Braised Homemade Beancurd with Golden Mushroom and Dried Scallops  ($18), silky soft and wobbly beancurd, with a nicely browned exterior, and a generous slathering of rich gooey mushroomy gravy, accented simply with conpoy

4) Braised Ee-Fu Noodle with Prawns and Golden Mushroom ($22), noodles were braised just right, soft, not limp, with beansprouts lending crunch and mushrooms adding texture. My only gripe was the somewhat artificial crunch and slightly alkaline quality of the prawns

5) Sea Perch Fillet Steamed with Crispy Soy Bean Crumbs ($17) was too tiny a portion. Good as it was, and moist as the fish was, this still totally wasn't worth its $17 price-tag
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