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Yunnan Garden Restaurant (云南园)

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It is our pride and pleasure to serve you at our one-North Yunnan Garden Restaurant offering members and the public a wide range of functions from ala-carte dining to banquets. We provide healthy and delicious chinese cuisine from our very own Yunnan Claypot Herbal Chicken to Live fresh Seafood ranging from Chili Crab, Lobsters, to varieties of Seafood.  We also provide Halal/Muslim dining.

 

Nanyang-Themed Chinese Restaurant
 A beautiful blend of modern and traditional oriental design concepts,   the décor of our restaurant portrays the glorious historical background of ‘Nantah’ with a sense of nostalgia.

 

Grand Restaurant Ballroom
 Our restaurant ballrooms can accommodate up to 36 tables for corporate events seminars, private dining and wedding banquets. The restaurant ballrooms boasts high quality and modern technology AV equipment, which is on par with that of any other exclusive clubs in Singapore.

 

To view our restaurant menu: http://www.yunnangarden.com.sg/our-recommendation/

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 14:30

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

Sun & PH: 11:00 - 15:00

Sun & PH: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 67770688
$26 based on 14 submissions
Lunch (7 votes), Children/Family (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes)
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It's a whole new world - this One North

Friend invited us to lunch at Yunnan at One North and I did not even realise that the building existed. This greyish coloured building is occupied by the NTU Alumni and it is easily accesible from North Buona Vista Rd. Yunnan Garden is one of the restaurants serving food in the tradition of the old style Chinese food. Unpretentious. They were at Clementi Woods and then IMM and then I lost track of them.

Food: Continues to be consistently well prepared from good ingredients. Starter was dim sum. Outstanding dishes were their crispy skin chicken, stemaed red grouper, vegetables and pepper fried rice. Typical Singapore style Chinese food. All dishes were tasty

Ambience: Easy parking, quiet and tables set far apart from one another.

Value: I guess the lunch would be about $500 per table. Reasonble but not low priced.

Service: Seasoned captain and pleasant, mainly China waitresses contributed to the good overall service

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Prawns in cereal2 votes
  • Dim Sum n Crispy fried chicken1 vote
  • Shark's cartilage soup1 vote
  • Spinach tofu1 vote
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• 09 Dec 2011 • 58 reviews • 28 followers

Company D&D

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2nd December - Company D&D Night which is also the last day of my internship with the company ^_^

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• 16 May 2009 • 1 review • 0 follower

Halal? Sure or Not

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Yunan Garden is halal? Took a look at the website and they are serving Pork Floss dishes....How come it is categorized in the halal column? So confusing for Muslim/islam people...
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• 11 Apr 2009 • 1 review • 0 follower

Lobster Noodle is good!

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Yunan Restaurant at one-north is a good place to bring family for a good meal at good value. I like the lobster noodle there. Crispy noodle is my children's favourite. The lobster portion is just nice for a single person portion. Their Fried ice cream is another favourite for kids. Crispy on the outside, with nice, cool ice cream inside. Service is average.
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