With its vast array of iconic Chinese delicacies and its commitment to impeccable service, Imperial Treasure has become eponymous with authentic fine Chinese cuisine. Be it the classic springy wanton noodles made using authentic egg noodle or fried ho fun, there’s nothing like the simple sustenance of a plate of noodles. continue reading
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
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I came to have dim sum here on a weekday afternoon with my family. The dim sum dishes that are offered are mostly your standard fare. The dish that stood out the most was the liu sha bao. The pau was filled to the brim with molten hot custard. The custard was sweet and savory at the same time with a strong salted egg flavour. The skin is also soft and fluffy and pairs with the pau very well. dim sum here is not cheap though at about $4+/basket. continue reading
This is my first time trying dim sum at an imperial treasure outlet. The list of dim sum offered here during lunch time is not too extensive but covers all the basic dishes. One dish i liked was the cheong fun with prawns which had a really smooth cheong fun encasing smooth succulent juicy prawns. The sauce that was poured over the cheong fun was also very savoury and delicious. continue reading