Located at the place first known as the “Qun Zhong Eating House”, Jing Hua was one of the first occupants of a row of recently refurbished shophouses along Neil Road in Singapore’s Chinatown. Over the years, the family slowly adapted their Shanghainese recipes to suit Singaporean tastes. The result is a tight menu of dumplings, noodles and desserts that is appealing to people of all nationalities who travel through the small island nation. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Fri
11:30 - 15:00
17:30 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Public Holiday
11:30 - 22:00
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Signature Dishes
Chinese Pizza Red Bean Pancakes Xiao Long Bao Zha Jiang Noodles
Review (2)
Level4 2016-05-10
See pics @ http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/05/jing-hua-xiao-chi-palais-renaissance.htmlI daresay Jing Hua is a smite better than DTF. Compared to the ubiquitous Din Tai Fung, Jing Hua's soupy pork dumplings are more delicate, possessing a refinement that's exquisite.We had:1) Pork Dumplings ($5.50 for 4 pcs): pork mince was sparkling fresh with nary a whiff of that heavy 'porky' stench, broth was light and clear, dumpling skin was impossibly thin but resilient. An absolute must-try.2) Black Pepper Steamed Beef Dumplings ($6 for 4 pcs): Order only if you're a fan of coriander leaves, this was unfortunately laced with coriander leaves. Obviously, not my favourite thing.3) Zha Jiang Noodle ($7.50): rustic and hearty concoction of minced pork bean paste gravy slathered over thick chewy noodles and balanced with oodles of fresh beansprouts, wilted spinach, and julienned cucumbers. Must-try too.4) Hot & Sour Soup ($4.50): a lot more mellow and muted than I'd expected, but no less delicious.5) Crispy Red Bean Pancake ($11.80): possibly the best rendition around of this classic Shanghainese dessert. A beautifully crisp golden crust, the dough underneath was a lovely chewy texture, layered with a not-too-sweet red bean paste. Also must-order. continue reading
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This is the third outlet of a popular Chinese eatery in Chinatown. Located at the basement level of Palais Renaissance, which is transforming itself into a food haven for people working around the shopping mall. This is one of 3 new restaurants that have opened there recently.My lunch partners and I were looking for a place to dine last week and I suggested we try them out.Here are the highlights:- Xiao Long Tang Bao: $8.80 (Juicy steamed pork dumplings). The skin was thin and the filling was nice and juicy. Eaten with the vinegar and ginger slices on the side, it was good. Musy-order!- Chinese Pizza: $10.80 - Crispy crust stuffed with seafood and pork filling. This was like a huge round curry puff. It was almost flat, and the filling was nice. This is easily an order for 6 pax to share.- Pan Fried Mixed Seafood & Pork Dumpling: $6.50 for 6 pieces - Nice pot-stickers which are rolled into cyclindrical shape instead of wanton shape. Filled with minced meat and seafood. Unique and good.- Zha Jiang Noodle: $6.80 - Thick noodles topped with minced pork, soya bean sauce with bean sprouts, spinach and cucumbers. I loved everything in this dish, except for the cucumber. Will order my noodles without it in future.- Zha Cai Rou Si Noodle: $8 - Noodles with sliced pork and Sichuan Vegetables. We much prefer the Zha Jiang Noodle, as this was a little spicy and one of my lunch group didn't like sichuan vegetables. It was alright only.- Pan fried red bean pancake: $10.50. This was nice. Pan-fried and it was filled with red bean paste and mochi. The mochi added a different texture to the dessert. Recommended!Being located on Orchard Road will cater to the shopping crowd and tourists who are looking for traditional delights at a convenient setting.Try it! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)