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Telephone
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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
Mon-Sun
11:00-22:00
Other Info
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.crystaljade.com
Signature Dishes
Siew Mai Stir Fried Black Pepper Beef Stir-Fried Beef Hor Fun
Review (11)
Level4 2013-09-08
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Mooncakes, mooncakes, everywhere is selling mooncakes. Crystal Jade the well known restaurant chain is selling mooncakes too. Besides the traditional baked mooncakes, and snowskin mooncakes, there is also Floral Tea Konnyaku Mooncake ($20 for a box of 4 pieces) and Yogurt Pudding Mooncake($22 for a box of 4 pieces). Feel these new versions should not be known as mooncakes as they are just jelly in mooncakes shapes. For the Osmanthus & Plum Konnyaku Mooncake, it tastes like osmanthus tea. As for Soursop Yogurt Pudding Mooncake with Lychee, I like the crunchiness of the lychee inside. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-04
35 views
I suppose this chain of restaurant cannot survive if they do not serve good food. Went in and ordered french bean with minced pork. It was fried to perfection. Very tasty and fresh. We also ordered sliced beef with kailan. The beef was tender and nicely marinated. Kai lan was crispy and tasty too. Last dish was champagne pork ribs, I had expected to taste some champagne, but turned out it was creamy and buttery. It was good still just different from what we thought we were going to get. For dessert, I chose the aloe vera. It was very average. My take is, go to Crystal Jade for your meal and then go else where for dessert to complete your meal. continue reading
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It was Father's Day, glad we managed to get a seat for 2 pretty quickly. We were seated at 8.10pm and started with our food selection. I guessed it has been awhile from my last visit, they now have a new soup base - sichuan hotpot. I especially love hotpot and has tried hotpots of many places, you would have guess how excited i was and of course we chose that as one of our soup base (the other was the pork bone soup).The steamboat buffet came with free flow of coke, sprite and chinese tea. Our drinks came fairly quickly and next came with our steamboat ingredients. We prompted a wait staff for our soup and she didn't really seem to bother. We asked another wait staff and she told us we gotta wait awhile for the sichuan soup base. Hence we waited... and waited.... and waited... Until 8.35pm it was not served to us yet, our steamboat ingredients were already exposed to the air for almost 30minutes. I signaled a senior staff and asked how long more we would need to wait. She came back to our table and advised it will be here soon. To wait for almost 30min for the soup base totally drained out my patience. I demanded her to give a time frame and i got 5min for an answer. True enough it came within 5min. We could finally start our steamboat at 8.40pm.To highlight how Crystal Jade steamboat works, steamboat session starts at 8.00pm and end at 10.00pm. By the time the soup base came to us we were left with slightly over an hour for our food. To make the situation worse, they handed you the bill at 9.30pm, asking for immediate payment as they are closing the cashier.It was a total disappointment in the speed of service and sensitivity of the staff. Did i mention the sichuan hotpot is not spicy at all? In fact there was a tinge of sweetness, i felt i was having sukiyaki if not for the seeds in the soup that made my lips numb. continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-13
14 views
Crystal Jade at Toa Payoh is now offering a range of Hong Kong street food on a separate menu, some of which look really yummy. I had the Hong Kong milk tea ($3.90), and they actually use a glass flask and shot glasses to serve it, how cool is that! Silky milky taste, i like it heaps. The two of us ordered the Treasure Pot in Hakka Style ($38.80), which is supposed to serve up to 4 persons. The staff advised us not to order anymore dishes if we going for the treasure pot, and we were glad that we took the suggestion! The treasure pot contains lots of ingredients such as Chicken, duck, prawn, sea cucumber, pork belly, gluten, pig's skin, radish, fresh mushroom, duck web, deep-fried fish balls, yam ... and feeds the two of us just nicely. the gravy is flavourful and very nice to go with white rice. continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-20
11 views
Instead of taking the Soup Restaurant option which we always do,we decided to try Crystal Jade that night.And whatever the stars conspired against us to make sure none of the fish dishes we wanted were available,they more than made up for it by this beef option.Sliced beef with assorted mushrooms.The beef was tender and chewy.The mushrooms were delicious in that oyster sauce and garlic they were fried in.This was a sign for MORE rice. continue reading
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