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C-Jade HK Cafe IN is one of the casual dining concepts under Crystal Jade and its target group are the youth and young adults. It combines contemporary dishes with the Hong Kong Cha Can Ting favourites. continue reading
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Signature Dishes
Braised Rice, Corned Beef & Cheese Toast, Crispy Macau Pork Chop Bun Crispy Snack Basket Kushiyaki Sandwich Old Time HK Biscuit
Review (1)
Having eaten at Crystal Jade Kitchen at Toa Payoh before, we wanted to return to eat certain items, and was surprised to see that it has become Jiangnan concept. Nonetheless, we proceeded to check the menu and give the food a try. Interior decor was posh and sophisticated, heavy in modern classic Oriental flavor. Service was efficient and professional.The Signature Szechuan Dan Dan La Mian, which came in a huge bowl but fortunately the portion was reasonable. The handmade noodles were springy in texture, tasting undeniably good in the thick, spicy broth filled with ground peanuts. It was amazing how this bowl of noodles barely contained any ingredients but was addictive to feast on.We started with the delightedly colorful Assorted Flavours Xiao Long Buns (SGD$10.80) consisting of 4 in a tray. Since three of us liked Xiao Long Buns and it was hard to share them, we decided to get a tray each. Vegetable flavor - as name implies, the broth-filled buns were pleasantly sapid of vegetable's subtle green taste. Ginseng flavor - lighter in taste, but bursting with the herb's natural sweetness. Salted Egg flavor - thick and redolent of salted egg's aroma and taste; this was easily a favorite amongst us. Chilli Crab flavor - a little spicy, and robust with a familiar local delight's flavour, this rocked our palates too.  We enjoyed our Xiao Long Buns overall, and the flesh of the minced pork within the buns was succulent.eviFor full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2016/03/dinner-at-crystal-jade-jiangnan.html continue reading
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