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For ten years, Jade restaurant has offered diners in Singapore Cantonese-style cuisine of exceptional quality and elegance, and hospitality of unforgettable warmth, amply earning for itself the revered reputation of its precious gemstone namesake. Its refurbished interior, and gourmet menu revitalised by Executive Chinese Chef Leong Chee Yeng, continues this distinguished tradition. The 120-seat establishment, with its two private rooms and two partitioned areas, now bears a new colour palette reflecting the lustre of jade, specially commissioned wallpaper, and evocative overhead lantern lighting among other exciting revamps. Housed within the historic and beautifully conserved The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, itself a national treasure, Jade restaurant represents a fusion of heritage, design, culture, and exquisite dining that is unique to the Singapore culinary scene. The soothing tones and contemporary interiors also lend themselves well to the beautiful wedding venue, with Chef Leong and his team at the helm to customise exquisite Chinese menus. continue reading
Awards and Titles
Michelin Plate (2021)
Opening Hours
11:30 - 15:00
18:30 - 22:30
Mon - Fri
11:30 - 15:00
18:30 - 22:30
Sat - Sun
10:30 - 15:30
18:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash Alipay
Number of Seats
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW)
Corkage Fee Details
Pork Free
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Michelin Guide
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Deep-fried “Man Tou” stuffed with Chilli Crab Meat Simmered Egg Noodles with Boston Lobster and X.O. Chilli Sauce Sautéed Diced Wagyu Beef with Crispy Garlic in Black Pepper Sauce Crispy Roasted Pork Belly Double-boiled Dried Seafood in Superior Broth Jade’s Signature Almond Ice
Review (7)
Level4 2016-04-13
For pictures and full review, pls visit:http://madamechewy.com/2016/03/26/jade-fullerton-hotel/Located in the iconic Fullerton Hotel, Jade is beautifully decked out in regal hues of gold and silver. It simply looks like no expense has been spared to make this place look as opulent as it can be.We tried the Restaurant Week set lunch which allowed us to sample a good variety of dishes at this fine dining Chinese restaurant for only $40++ per person. Aligned with Singapore Restaurant Week’s theme “Feasts of the Ocean”, Jade’s menu focuses on seafood.Awake your taste buds with Secret of the Deep Sea, a platter of 4 appetizers. From left to right, there’s Poached Scallop and Seaweed Dumpling wrapped in chewy skin accompanied with piquant preserved vegetables, followed by perfectly fried Crispy Prawn with Spicy Sesame Dressing. This is certainly a welcome twist from the common wasabi dressing pairing. My vote goes to Jade’s rendition of the well-loved fried shrimp dim sum. Moving along, is a well-played creation of silky Steamed Squid Ink Tofu with stir-fried squid and crispy sesame tuile. The final item, Deep-fried Foie Gras Salmon Roll in Sweet Vinaigrette with pops of Tobiko, was rather disappointing as the former’s presence was rather faint.The main dish, Steam Crab Roe with Sautéed Sliced Grouper, sits in a pool of robust XO chilli sauce. Take a bit of everything in one spoon and let it mingle in the mouth. Yummms!Carbs can never be absent in a Chinese meal! Jade’s Simmered Ee-fu Noodles are flavoured with truffle, then topped with sliced abalone and morel mushrooms. Its hard to go wrong with that distinctive woody aroma of truffle, which added an umami punch. I’m not a fan of the foam though, as its texture was too dense.Sweet endings, Breeze At Sand Beach, was a visual treat. I can see this being a hit with kids too! This is the most innovative dessert presentation I’ve come across so far at a Chinese restaurant, where the last course tends to be an afterthought. Shaved Coconut Ice and Mango Puree, a classic combination, takes centre stage. Its accompaniments, chewy Coffee Dumpling,Butter Cookies and Sago Custard Ball lie on a bed of biscuit crumble.On the whole, this was a satisfying meal. Jade’s service deserves a mention too-it was flawless and attentive. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-04
I attended a wedding some time back at Fullerton Hotel, and the chinese cuisine from Jade Restaurant. The first dish was a combination platter, with octopus, jellyfish, and some fried stuff like cuttlefish ball, quite an appetizing dish. The second was the abalone soup, wasn't too flavourful. Next we had the asparagus with scallops and mushrooms - the scallops were fresh and the whole dish wasn't salty or oily. The fish was very fresh and meat tender. Some dishes without photos are roast chicken, spinach with mushrooms. I liked the chestnut dessert which comes with sesame glutinous rice balls. continue reading
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Level1 2013-06-05
I have long heard of this restaurant and finally my first visit to Jade for Dim Sum buffet. Reservation is highly recommended as this place is always full.Best dish ever had, the famous Guo Tie which is a must order. The filling is juicy and tasty which we order 3 sets. This is for sure their signature dish.Prawn with almond and walnut. The prawn is fresh, huge and succulent covered in wasabi mayo which was mildly spicy combined with almond and walnut completes the exquisite tasteEgg tarts. The custard gives a smooth and silky feeling with strong sweet taste. The crust is crispy and definitely you will know it just out of the oven.Char Siew Bao was not too bad. Others dishes were great including Char Siew pastry, crispy roast pork, crispy fried prawn and exotic dumpling wrapped in squid ink skin.All in all, the dishes were great and there is a good variety of food. The price is slightly on the high side but the food quality and taste is worth the price. The ambience grand and is not too noisy unlike typical Dim Sum joints. As there isn't too many tables, Jade staffs are attentive and prompt towards each table. continue reading
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Level4 2012-02-20
his is a memorable dining moment for me because not only because it was a treat by my brother for the whole family, but more importantly, it is an opportunity for the 5 of us to sit down and have our sunday brunch dim sum! It is something that we have been procastinating and delaying due to our different schedules, and I was so glad we can finally have this treat.The dim sum brunch buffet costs $33++ per person and there are two seatings. We took the earlier seating at 11:30am which lasts until 1:15pm. Most of the dim sum are above average. We had the mini abalone siew mai which is very tasty (not because of the small abalone though). Of course, I am all praises for the har gow which boasts of fresh and crunchy prawns wrapped in a thin translucent skin. Besides dim sum, there are also some chinese dishes in the buffet. We ordered the beef brisket with bean sauce. I must say this is an acquired taste. The beef is no doubt very tender but the beef taste is a little strong. We have mixed opinions on this. Another dish among many others that we ordered was the wasabi mayo prawns. Although it does not look very appetitsing from the photo, taste wise this is very very addictive! The prawns are fried just right, and are crunchy. The wasabi adds depth to the dish and even my dad who do not like wasabi was all raves for this dish. There is also an order for a bowl of soup per pax and desserts included in the buffet as well! Overall, this is really one of the best places I have been to for dim sum. If only they can scrap the timing, it would be better since we can leisurely enjoy our meal for longer. continue reading
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Level4 2011-12-28
Be sure to make reservations in advance in you wish to come here. My hubby booked it two weeks in advance, so we had no problems coming here for lunch on a weekend. The dim sum buffet is quite comprehensive, where there is unlimited dimsum and dessert with one serving of soup. We ordered mnay dishes, all of which are quite nice, nothing below average. Of particular mention is the har gow which I love a lot since the prawns are very fresh and crunchy. The har gow skin is also very thin, making this a real delight. We also ordered the beef ball with orange peel. This is just average and not as nice as we have thought it would be. The beef ball is slightly tough and the orange taste does not really go well with it. Service is quite slow due to the crowd, so it is best to order more at one go. continue reading
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