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(Relocated) UJONG @ Raffles

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UJONG @ Raffles offers authentic Singaporean and Asian cuisine. Going back to basics with fresh ingredients and fundamental essential Singaporean cooking techniques, UJONG @ Raffles aims to delight, excite and amaze each guest with our take on the well-loved Singaporean Cuisine. UJONG @ Raffles is proud to be a dining concept aimed at retaining and reinforcing the essence & charm of Singapore's most iconic landmark, The Raffles Hotel.

Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 22:00

Sat & Sun: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 66356502
+65 64121101
$34 based on 13 submissions
Dinner (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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Local cuisine with a twist

We had the Chee Cheong Fun with Foie Gras ($18), one of the most unique items on the menu. We like that our chee cheong fun was served in a dainty pau basket with the foie gras sauce on the side. The latter is more satisfyingly congealed than the array of sauces that is usually served with chee cheong fun. Those who do not like the 'livery' taste will be glad to know that the concoction is balanced out with a hint of kaya so that it's extra creamy, yet less cutting.

We also tried the Long Xiao Chao Fun (Lobster Fried Rice) ($22), generously populated with bits of Boston lobster, scallops, salted fish, bean sprouts and scallion. The dish has a nice wok hei flavour going for it although we did find the rice a little dry.

Overall, a great place to check out popular local dishes dolled up by extra premium ingredients. The price is a little high, but you get what you pay for.

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• 26 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Local cuisine with a twist

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We had the Chee Cheong Fun with Foie Gras ($18), one of the most unique items on the menu. We like that our chee cheong fun was served in a dainty pau basket with the foie gras sauce on the side. The latter is more satisfyingly congealed than the array of sauces that is usually served with chee cheong fun. Those who do not like the 'livery' taste will be glad to know that the concoction is balanced out with a hint of kaya so that it's extra creamy, yet less cutting.

We also tried the Long Xiao Chao Fun (Lobster Fried Rice) ($22), generously populated with bits of Boston lobster, scallops, salted fish, bean sprouts and scallion. The dish has a nice wok hei flavour going for it although we did find the rice a little dry.

Overall, a great place to check out popular local dishes dolled up by extra premium ingredients. The price is a little high, but you get what you pay for.
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• 01 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

the food not worth the price

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We went for an ala-cart buffet at $40 nett. The food we order are all not really up to standard. The yong tau fu is sour. xO popia tasteless, kuek pie tee too. I would say only satay, char keow teow, n pula hitam are good. The rest really taste bad. If u really crave for all these food, I suggest u take a cab and buy from respective hawker , u still manage to get changes back for $80 for 2pax.
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• 19 Nov 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Food left much to be desired

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We visited Ujong in September before they changed the menu. We are glad that they did because we were terribly let down by the standard of food then. We ordered the Mee Pok Pasta and Nasi Lemak. Nevermind the price  - they were each priced above $20. But the quality did not justify the price. The Mee Pok pasta was dry and tasteless, I would rather eat the original mee pok from the hawker centre. The Nasi Lemak was unappetising and did not look or taste fresh, the only saving grace was probably the mutton curry.
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