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Telephone
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Introduction
From classic sweet and sour pork to the more remarkable braised fish maw with goose web, each of their dishes is selected to be truly representative of the myriad of Cantonese flavours. An assortment of authentic Dim Sum is available daily as well. These refined small bites are exquisitely crafted by their Hong Kong chefs that never fail to deliver consistent and great quality. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 14:30
17:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 14:30
17:30 - 22:30
Payment Method
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.imperialtreasure.com/
Review (10)
We decided to give Imperial Treasure Cantonese @ Crowne Plaza another shot for our reunion dinner even after a slip in standards during the same occasion last year (even though subsequent post CNY visits turned out fine). Fatt Choy Salmon Fish Yu Sheng Amidst the rise of fancifully premium and aesthetically pleasing versions of yusheng, Imperial Treasure still manages to hold its own with a simple yet delicious rendition. Not cloyingly sweet with a dash of Kaffir leaves for a more balanced flavour; finished with crispy, fresh tasting crackers. Still one of the best yusheng I've had in recent years. Double Boiled Superior Shark's Fin with Chicken Flavourful without coming across as too rich; filmsy strands of gelatin shark's fin coupled with a chunk of chicken meat for texture. Good to the last drop and a great kick off to our meal. Sauteed Canadian Empress Clam with Vegetable & XO Sauce I'm no fan of celery nor Empress clams but this was very palatable, to me at least. Crunchy clam pieces permeated with a savoury, lightly spicy kick. Baked Boston Lobster An addition ($168++) to our CNY set menu, the lobster (1.2kg) was absolutely delish. Huge crunchy pieces of lobster chock full of crustecean sweetness and savouriness from the garlic sauce. Excellent but I'm not quite sure the price was justified. Deep Fried Soon Hock Fish with Soya Sauce Crisp skin belying the fine flesh on the inside; sitting on a bed of soya sauce. Pretty good. Fatt Choy Mushroom and Sea Cucumber Again, I'm no fan of sea cucumber and I actually try to avoid it. Perhaps its psychological. At least there was cabbage and mushroom. Diced Pork With Fried Garlic Pork cubes that looked like beef cubes. Bite sized pieces with an appropriate amount of fat for that sleek texture. Sprinkled with generous slices of crisp, fried garlic chips. Delicious but the old adage holds true; less is more. Fried Glutinous Rice with Wax Meat & Sausage By the time this dish rolled around, we were almost ready to call it quits. But we soldiered on and on hindsight, I'm glad we did. The rice was fragrant, a tad chewy but could do with alot more of my beloved lup cheong. Steamed Glutinous Rice Cake I still prefer the pan fried version but this version was strangely reminiscent of Kuih Kosui (卡穗糕). Red Bean Cream with Lotus Seed and Glutinous Rice Dumpling Azuki bean coupled with lotus seed and glutinous rice dumpling (汤圆) filled with black sesame; a deliciously sweet ending to our meal! Bill And the damage? In excess of one grand ($1155) for the 6 of us. It was a great meal and although Imperial Treasure's CNY menu stays pretty much the same year after year, food quality is largely consistent throughout and that's what matters in my humble opinion.Ambience: 6.5/10 (didn't manage to get a private room this year)Service: 7/10Food: 7.5/10Value for money: 7/10Overall: 7/10Address: #01-02 Crowne Plaza Hotel, 75 Airport BoulevardContact: 6822 8228Opening Hours:Monday to FridayLunch: 11.30am to 3.00pmDinner: 6.00pm to 10.30pmSaturdayLunch: 11.00am to 3.00pmDinner: 6.00pm to 10.30pmSundayLunch: 10.30am to 3.00pmDinner: 6.00pm to 10.30pmWebsite: http://www.imperialtreasure.com/ continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-15
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Went to Imperial Treasure Group (Cantonese Cuisine), which is known for its tasty and high quality Chinese Cantonese Zi Char dishes. But the others decided to go for their excellent Dim Sum instead. As part of the Imperial Treasure Group, Cantonese Cuisine has the same hallmarks of Chinese fine dining, and uses only the freshest ingredients, allowing them to shine through on the plate.Ambience at Imperial Treasure Group (Cantonese Cuisine) is spacious, laid out for communal group dining. I did note that the lights were rather dim though. The interior has colours of teak and white, contrasted by Imperial Chinese decor. Furniture is comfortable and functional, while the tables are sufficiently large to place all dishes ordered at once.Service at Imperial Treasure Group (Cantonese Cuisine) is very good. Staff are friendly and efficient, and are able to make recommendations from the menu. They also help with portioning of food if requested. I also liked that they came round regularly to top up drinks.Imperial Treasure Group (Cantonese Cuisine) focuses mainly on Cantonese cuisine, whose hallmarks of freshness of ingredients is well showcased here. The Dim Sum is very good. Prices at Imperial Treasure Group (Cantonese Cuisine) are slightly higher than average, because of their insistence on using premium quality ingredients. The Steamed Prawn Dumpling has fresh and meaty prawns / shrimp, and the skin isn't too thin or prone to breaking. The Fried Bean Skin Roll, while rather oily, is crisp and quite satisfying when bit.The Pork And Prawn Dumpling has tightly packed filling, and a whole shrimp within. The Deep Fried Prawn Dumpling was rather average, although the prawn within was fresh and meaty, it was nothing special. The Deep Fried Prawn Fritter Rice Roll is unique, with a fresh prawn stuffed into fried dough fritters, then wrapped in rice rolls, and doused with light soy sauce. Very good. I love the sauce in the Marinated Pork Bun, although the meat filling was quite little. The bun is a little too thick as well.Full Imperial Treasure Group (Cantonese Cuisine) review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/02/zi-char-imperial-treasure-group.html continue reading
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Had one of the worst Dim Sum experience ever in Singapore - this restaurant might serve half decent food but their service is a total disgrace. We had a lunch reservation on a Sunday - The whole experience is nothing other than constant pressure and harassment from the staff:- Within 2 minutes of sitting down 3 different waiters/waitresses drop by asking us if we are ready to order - Our order sheet is curiously marked with Chinese words "Hurry" - Our order (about 8-9 dishes) was remarkably delivered to us all in the space of 5 minutes - some end up stacking on top of each other while others are left there getting cold - 30 minutes into lunch one of the waitress drop by and ask whether we would like dessert - we politely declined at the time for the obvious reason that we are still in the middle of our dim sum - 5 minutes later (and we are obviously still eating) one of the waitress drop by and offered to pack our food in doggie bags - Another 5 minutes later one of the waitress walked by and took our papers and order sheets away without asking - Then comes another waitress who eagerly offered to clean up our plates and basically clean up the whole table At this point it's clear to us what they are trying to do - though we are really puzzled as we didn't see any queues outside of the restaurant and we have merely been there for 40 minutes or so - We asked for the bill - one of the waiter half acknowledged - 7 minutes gone by the bill never came - Have to ask another waitress for the bill again - finally ending this miserable lunch Imperial Changi should be ashamed of their services - this is definitely one of the worst dim sum experience i ever had in Singapore continue reading
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Ex boss brought me here for farewell lunch. Imperial treasure has always be on top of my yum cha list in Singapore due to it's closest taste & standard to HK restaurants, & this Crown Plaza branch is the best of the 3 branches I've tried!It's boss' treat so I didn't care what was ordered, but every dish was delicious including the dessert~ Every dish is a little more 精致 than the ones at Orchard & Tampines1. Have a feeling that the price is also a little higher but tat's jus a feeling, I have no proof of tat ;pDefinitely a place to bring parents & relatives to~ continue reading
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