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Peony Jade Restaurant (Keppel Club) (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 - 22:30

Sat & Sun: 10:30 - 14:30

Sat & Sun: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 62769138
+65 62768327
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Children/Family (10 votes), Dinner (10 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (10 votes)
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Chinese New Year menu with a twist

For full review and pics, do visit therantingpanda.com
 
 Instant Enormous Windfall, Good Health and Longevity” Bonsai-Shaped Yu Sheng: Instead of the omnipresent Yu Sheng in the design of a goat, Peony Jade’s version this year is the auspicious Bonsai shape, which symbolises windfall, good health and longevity. I thought that it was quite a refreshing design, being my first, and I know I can expect a plethora of premium ingredients. Salmon, lobster and shrimp are merely the tip of the ice-berg. Alaskan crab claws, tuna belly, and urchin. “Prosperity & Smooth Sailing” Hand-crafted Goat-shaped Deep-fried Hum-Soi-Kuok, glutinous rice stuffed with minced pork and mushroom: It was impossible to dismiss the too-cute-to-stomach hand-crafted Goat-shaped Deep-fried Hum-Soi-Kuok, better known as glutinous rice, which is stuffed with minced pork and shitake mushroom. While the exquisite design stole the thunder before I even tasted it, I can say that this dim sum dish was good inside-out with its good mix of ingredients.  

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• 26 Jan 2015 • 215 reviews • 1 follower

Chinese New Year menu with a twist

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For full review and pics, do visit therantingpanda.com
 
 Instant Enormous Windfall, Good Health and Longevity” Bonsai-Shaped Yu Sheng: Instead of the omnipresent Yu Sheng in the design of a goat, Peony Jade’s version this year is the auspicious Bonsai shape, which symbolises windfall, good health and longevity. I thought that it was quite a refreshing design, being my first, and I know I can expect a plethora of premium ingredients. Salmon, lobster and shrimp are merely the tip of the ice-berg. Alaskan crab claws, tuna belly, and urchin. “Prosperity & Smooth Sailing” Hand-crafted Goat-shaped Deep-fried Hum-Soi-Kuok, glutinous rice stuffed with minced pork and mushroom: It was impossible to dismiss the too-cute-to-stomach hand-crafted Goat-shaped Deep-fried Hum-Soi-Kuok, better known as glutinous rice, which is stuffed with minced pork and shitake mushroom. While the exquisite design stole the thunder before I even tasted it, I can say that this dim sum dish was good inside-out with its good mix of ingredients.  
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• 25 Jan 2015 • 145 reviews • 8 followers

Awesome Chinese New Year offerings

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For pictures and full review, pls visit:
http://madamechewy.com/2015/01/25/eight-rhapsodies-of-spring-peony-jade/
(can't fit my full review here)

To usher in the Year of the Goat, Peony Jade celebrates with its “Eight Rhapsodies of Spring” delights, featuring 8 new and signature dishes and takeaways, plus 2 new dessert creations. These festive treats are available from now till 5th March 2015.

‘Instant Enormous Windfall, Good Health and Longevity” Bonsai-shaped Monies Tree Yu Sheng ($198.88). Making a statement upon arrival, Peony Jade’s  artistically shaped Bonsai Yu Sheng is truly sight to behold. What’s even more impressive is the generous portion of premium seafood such as lobster, Alaskan crab claws, tuna belly, urchin and sweet shrimp. Homemade deep-fried thin lotus root chips, crispy fried vermicelli, roasted pine nuts and toasted sesame seeds are added for that delightful crunch. Drizzled with Peony Jade’s unique sweet sauce, citrusy yuzu juice and truffle oil.  This Yu Sheng serves up to 15 diners and is only available for dine-in at Keppel Club.

“Flourishing Fortune” Steamed Black-eyed Pea Cake with golden pumpkin ($38.88 for 1kg). A mixture of savoury and sweet, the handmade taro cake is ethereally soft and immensely comforting. Peony Jade adds a refreshing twist to this traditional Cantonese favourite with the inclusion of golden pumpkin and Jin Hua Ham.

“Prosperity & Smooth Sailing” Hand-crafted Goat-shaped Deep-fried Hum-Soi-Kuok ($9.88 for 3 pieces). Intricately hand-crafted by the pastry team, these little rams are undeniably cute (but nothing is cute enough not to eaten, wuhaha!). Encased in crisp shell with a chewy mochi-like texture, these fried dumplings are stuffed with glutinous rice, minced pork and shiitake mushroom.

“Reaping Abundance Wealth” Australian Premium Whole Abalone Poon Choi ”  What’s Chinese New Year without Poon Choi? While most Chinese restaurants have 12 ingredients, Peony Jade’s decadent Poon Choi presents 18! Diners and look forward to premium ingredients like 10-head Australian abalones, whole Sakura chicken, whole pork knuckle, golden oysters, roast pork, South African spikes sea cucumber, fresh whole scallops, pork tendons, fatt choy,  fish maw, king prawns, whole shiitake mushrooms, homemade sea-grouper mousse cake, whole golden dried conpoy, taro, beancurd skin, radish and broccoli. I totally blissed out on this dish!

This takeaway Poon Choi Pot is priced at $468.88 for Mini Premium Pot Package (6 guests), and $598.88 for Premium Pot Package (8-10 guests). The takeaway Poon Chooi comes with 3 complimentary festive dishes: 1) ‘Harmonious, Wealth and Great Health’ Atlantic Salmon Yu Sheng, 2) Peony Jade’s Signature Cherry Wood Charcoal Roasted ‘Prosperity’ Golden Duck and 3) Peony Jade’s popular “Longevity” Glutinous Rice with lup cheong, liver lup cheong, preserved meats and mushrooms.

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• 24 Nov 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Overrated

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First of all, it took about 2-3 weeks to make a reservation because it was fully booked. Being very excited about finally able to book a table, I would say we left with disappointment. Upon reaching, we were left alone without menu and no staff willing to serve us. The waiter that served us seems half awake; first the drink order was wrong, it was just simply 5 hot tea and 1 warm water and he served 6 hot tea which we were charged additional $3++ for it. Food took one hour plus to serve and they did not bother to say out the name of each dishes. The waiter keep insisting that one of dish is served when it was not. Overall, service was bad and food were disappointing especially the liu sa bun. 
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