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Chao Yue Xuan Restaurant displays finesse in the art of Chinese cuisine, offering an array of authentic dishes including the classic Sharks Fin and Fish Maw soup. Savour fresh premium seafood in various styles and round up the meal with the restaurant's dessert of the day continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:30
Other Info
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Shark Fin
Review (4)
Level4 2014-06-07
Tonight the family has dinner at this restaurant. As the indoor aircon dining area is full, we are seated in 2 tables in non aircon area under the row of fans. Quite cooling.We start the meal with Cold Crabs. Special cutlery is provided. It is full of roe. Goes quite well with the vinegar dip. Not quite the dish for me as I do not like to use my bare hands.Next we have the Peking Duck. The sliced skin is served wrapped in crepes, with cucumber and spring onion served on the side. Remember to spread some of the sweet sauce on the crepe and add some cucumber and spring onion before eating. Tastes not bad, but would like the skin to be crispier.Next is a plate of stir fried greens which I feel is abit too oily but still quite crunchy.For soup, we are served invidual serving of shark's fin with bean sprouts and coriander on the side. Barely tastes any of the shark's fin.Next we have one of the signature dishes which is the Steamed Bamboo Clam with Minced Garlic. Have a bit of problems when deciding which cutlery to use as there is fork, knife, spoon and chopsticks. In end uses fork and knife. Like it that there is glass noodle which soaks up the clam's flavours.Next we have Steamed Cod which is quite juicy with barely any bones.This is followed with Braised Duck with Cabbage and Bamboo Shoot. The leftover of the peking duck is used in this dish. Looks spicy and doe not tastes spicy. The vegetable is very flavourful and well braised.Next is the Stir Fried Lobster with Garlic. Simple but the meat tends to stick onto the shells.Spinach in Stocks looks like a simple and healthy dish with its assorted mushrooms, carrots and minced pork. Letdown by the funny taste of the canned mushrooms.Next is the Fried Ee Fu Mian which is simple with some vegetables, but a funny sandy texture.For dessert, we haveGreen Bean Soup with KelpQuite unique with the small pieces of seaweed in this dessert.Yam PasteNot bad, but seeds are not removed from the gingko nuts found in the dessert.Also have a serving of Steamed Chicken for takeaway as we have ordered a bit too much and cannot finish the meal. The chicken tastes quite juicy and goes quite well with the minced garlic sauce that served with it.Overall food is not bad. Service is great with plates changed often and tea refilled often. There valet parking available too, so one does not have to waste time to find parking lot. continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-06
It is under Ah Yat so we decide to try. Tips for parking: Park along the road side.We had order a set lunch $288+++. Total bill we pay plus the drink & beer is $400.Foodeking Duck: It is crispy & niceShark Fin: Normal but can eat the shark finBamboo Clam: Best, fresh n tasty. All praise very niceBaby lobster: Disappointing as not much meatFish: Too salty if less salty very nice. Duck meat: Like the way it is cook spicy as it is not cook with noodles.Noodle: Normal n it is not saltyDessert: Corn sago niceTheir Dim Sum looks cheap and good will go n try one day continue reading
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Read my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.wordpress.com/2013/04/06/value-lobster-set-chao-yue-xuan-on-1-3-2013/bought 2xS$35nett 8-course Chao Yue Xuan (潮悦轩) groupon vouchers, so duly visited the restaurant. This is the same Ah Yat branch & location at UE Square along Mohamed Sultan Road, only they have changed the name to mean a “pleasing teochew pavilion”..at S$35nett the meal did turn out pleasing enough though nothing teochew decor & ambience wise though the place is a bit dowdy, and in fact though this branch is located at UE Sqaure, Turf City has better ambience! there were 3 tables of Chinese tourists this evening – I guess F&B is really competitive here & people do need to survive. 1. the salmon sashimi was actually quite good but not really the belly or fatty type which now even some buffet serve, but it was good, not poor.2. the double-boiled fishmaw(花膠)soup was very good really – sweet, smooth, tasty.3. the garlic steamed razor (bamboo) clam with tanhoon (glass noodles) was good (every restaurant should really be able to do this well) though Ah Yat at Turf City was better & Long Beach @ Dempsey was better than both, and we didn’t think that serving it without the shell instead of on the shell was a great idea.4. I cannot really fault this fish chop (2 pieces – very large serving) . The deep-fry was done right crispy & not soggy, but the meal was really filling & we were not into this sweet strawberry sauce thingy & this asian fusion? dish did not match the other menu items. I took 1 piece. My wife did not touch it.5. the lobster in pumpkin sauce was very nice. It was a mid-size maine lobster, about 450g (& larger than the one we took subsequently at Xin Cuisine). pumpkin sauce is a favourite cooking style with Ah Yat & goes well with crab, I think more so than lobsters. Comparing this with the very light cheese gratin lobster at Xin Cuisine I would think this is better (& of course larger) – though my wife would disagree – but I guess this was more robust in taste & presentation c/w Xin Cuisine’s which can be said to be more fine.6. This nai bai (奶白) vege was very good! 7. I didn’t get this dish though – the prawn was large & fresh (live right..) & in superior sauce how to go wrong? but it was soggy, not “QQ” (al dente)..& with the fish chop, would be the weakest links in this set.8. The red bean dessert does not really deserve mention or a photo..haha.:-)anyway, it was difficult to fault this S$35nett 8-course set – the ingredients like lobster & razor (bamboo) clam were good quality, the salmon & prawn were fresh, soup & vege were good; quality of cooking was not quite there but still above average.I may not do this too often but I have bought another 2 vouchers, so I am planning to go back before voucher expires continue reading
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