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Arriving by public bus: #48/61/106/970/NR8( Bus stop number 11419- Holland Village Station) Arriving by Train: Holland Village MRT Station Exit A Nearest Carpark: Warna Road Off Street - W0055 continue reading
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Telephone
6469 0300
Introduction
Crystal Jade Kitchen is the ideal casual dining venue with excellent cuisine combined with the best service. Diners can enjoy your favourite Cantonese-style noodles, dim sum, congee, barbecue delights and Cantonese specialties. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 02:00
Mon - Thu
08:00 - 02:00
Fri - Sat
08:00 - 03:00
Sun
08:00 - 02:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.crystaljade.com
Signature Dishes
Siew Mai Stir Fried Black Pepper Beef Stir-Fried Beef Hor Fun
Review (16)
Level4 2014-12-23
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Weekdays are great when dining at Crystal Jade Kitchen! The $9.80 special set lunch menu is a steal and a value for money lunch choice. At $9.80, the set includes a la mian, a dim sum item and a drink of your choice. Three of us had three different la mian: the zha jiang la mian, the dry la mian in spring onion oil and the soup la mian with minced pork and vegetable wanton; and chose 2 xiao long bao and a deep fried spring roll as our dim sum items. We all had the very nice and warm soya bean milk! As a fan of their dry poached la mian with dried shrimp and spring onion oil, I chose that without hesitation, I love the fragrance of the la mian tossed in spring onion oil, oh so good! The other two la mian are also good and kept to standard. How can we go without their signature xiao long bao, it's so worth having the xiao long bao in this menu list of choices! The deep fried crispy spring roll is really yummy, and served fresh, hot and piping. It's my first time trying their spring roll and I really love it.This special set lunch menu is only available at two of their outlets, Holland Village and Ngee Ann City, and is only available on Mondays to Fridays from 11am to 5pm. But please note that the Holland Village outlet closes at 3pm for a break only to open for dinner later. continue reading
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For full review: http://www.amiehu.com/2014/10/crystal-jade-kitchen-holland-village.htmlCrystal Jade Kitchen serves an array of typical Cantonese selections that might entice you to order everything... but with such a glaring golden embossed branding on the wall, the dinner plan is obvious: La Mian and Xiao Long Bao, of course!You know a food has achieved cult status when they have their own acronym. Crystal Jade's XLBs come in a bundle of four, the perfect number for everyone to monopolize one entire bundle. The natural comparison would be against the famous Din Tai Fung's. Crystal Jade's XLBs have slightly thicker skin, but somehow all four of them are leaking through their bottoms. Taste-wise I would say I still prefer Din Tai Fung's... However, to settle a regular XLB craving, Crystal Jade's still suffice.Onto the la mian! This totally reminded me of pasta varieties! I was super surprised to find that Crystal Jade offers 8 different types of la mian types: (1) Dragon Beard La Mian (2) Double Width La Mian (3) Triangle La Mian (4) Flat Face La Mian (5) Broad Face La Mian (6) Double Line La Mian (7) Hand Torn La Mian (8) Hand Sliced La Mian. Number (7) and (8) require extra time to produce, I suppose the chefs need to take extra effort to make it. I wanted to try those but was too hungry to wait so I went ahead with the standard Number (1) Dragon Beard ones.Out of all the la mian flavours, I chose my favourite Zha Jiang La Mian to try Crystal Jade's version of this dish. Many restaurants have this dish in their menu, and I actively try many types from Din Tai Fung, Paradise Dynasty, and Nan Xiang Restaurant. Crystal Jade's Zha Jiang La Mian is arguably the most distinctive from the rest. There is a thick coating of pretty intense sweet and spicy sauce around the smooth and finely textured la mian. I liked how the spiciness is adjusted to make it more tantalizing and also the minced pork was also quite savoury. The overall portion was super huge and almost felt like it was neverending.There are many restaurants under the Crystal Jade Culinary Concepts franchise - the other two I've been to is Crystal Jade Korean Ginseng Chicken & BBQ and Crystal Jade Steamboat Kitchen. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-30
167 views
This is the Century Egg Porridge. It was filled to the brim but in my haste to eat it immediately, I forgot to take a photo of it when it first came. The porridge comes with small crackers, the kind you get in an yu sheng. This porridge was nice and warm, not too runny. I like the taste of the shallots in the porridge. We also got the Steamed Rice Roll with Sesame Sauce ($3.80). I expected this to taste more like chee cheong fun but it was more chewy and seemed more like rice cakes instead. I didn't really like the sesame sauce. It was too sweet for me. Didn't manage to finish this rice roll dish. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-31
126 views
Late night out in holland village and was hoping for a bowl of comfort, decided on the familiar crystal jade kitchen.They have both noodle and porridge and i decided on Teng Zai Chok.This boatman's congee originating from Guangzhou has a little bit of everything! Minced pork, fish, cuttlefish, lettuce and peanuts all cooked in a smooth delicious porridge. Did i forget my crispys? nope. these egg crisp bits for added bite. oh yum! continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-17
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Cystal jade has dim sum that is pretty competent considering te reasonable prices. The char siew baos are the best being soft and fluffy and freshly steamed. The filling is more savory than sweet, with chunks of fatty pork encased in a thick unctuous sauce that coats it evenly. Prices reasonably as well, the buns make for a really good breakfast or part of a very delicious dim sum lunch! Just remember to eat them while hot! continue reading
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