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Introduction
At Man Fu Yuan, one can savour a superb selection of authentic and innovative Cantonese cuisine. On the menu, the selection includes delicate dim sum which is handcrafted to perfection, complemented with unqiue tea-pairing services. Man Fu Yuan also has a selection of customised blends of premium tea to enhance the traditional tastes. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
12:00-14:30
18:30-22:30
Mon-Sun
12:00-14:30
18:30-22:30
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Corkage Fee Details
Takes Reservations
Signature Dishes
Chilled Sliced Lobster with Mango Har Gow Xiao Long Bao
Review (14)
For pictures and full review, pls visit:http://madamechewy.com/2016/05/15/man-fu-yuan-dim-sum/One can’t help but feel cheery upon stepping into InterContinental’s Man Fu Yuan. Unlike most Chinese restaurants decked in dark woods, reds and golds, Man Fu Yuan has romantic yet nostalgic interiors of Peranakan louvered windows shutters, butterfly chandeliers, oriental lattices in light woods and velvet lavender seats. One of the more chic Chinese restaurants, I must say.Even the fine tableware matches the restaurant’s theme! Now, onto the food. We welcomed the amuse bouche, refreshing Drunken Chicken atop Winter Melon marinated in Orange Juice, with much enthusiasm as we were starving and it took quite awhile for the dim sum to be served as they are only cooked upon order.Minced Pork Dumpling with Scallops ($6.80/3 pcs). Siew Mai alone is oooo, with scallop, I’d be all ahhhh…Man Fu Yuan also aced the Traditional Prawn Dumpling ($6.80/3 pcs) , which was delectable. Crunchy, juicy prawns bundled up in thin, semi-translucent skin. So, so difficult to resist!The Honey-glazed Pork Buns ($5.20/3 pcs) scored points for its on-the-spot-sweetness and chunky, tender meat, while the our tongues revelled in the smooth texture of Rice Roll with Fresh Prawns and Yellow Chives ($8.80).The ooze game is strong in the Steamed Salted Egg Custard Bun ($12/6 pcs). Thumbs up for its fluffy exterior and rich salted egg yolk flavour. Just when you thought that life can’t get any better, Man Fu Yuan raises the bar further with a deep fried rendition! The Deep-fried Salted Egg Custard Bun ($12/6 pcs) is undeniable decadent but, worth every calorie!Bean Curd Skin Roll with Shrimps ($6.80/3 pcs) didn’t make a memorable impression but was overall alright. The Radish Cake with Preserved Meat ($5.20/ pcs) fared better. The smooth and soft radish cake was generously studded with Chinese Sausage which added textural variation, as well as punches of savoury flavour.Don’t miss the lusciously smooth congee, which is available with a variety of ingredients-Fish($8), Minced Pork with Century Egg ($8), Seafood ($12) and Bird Nest with Dried Scallops($32).At the end of the meal, the staff served complimentary mini glasses of Sour Plum Juice, which did a great job of cleansing our palates.At Man Fu Yuan, you can feel a lot of attention does into every item to offer, plus, their ingredients, execution and service is top-notch. One note to keep in mind though-because the items are freshly cooked, do try to order everything you want at the start of the meal. We ordered the radish cake halfway through our lunch and had to wait 30 minutes for it to be served.For those who like buffets, Man Fu Yuan offers a la carte Dim Sum Buffet Brunch on weekends at $58++ per adult and $28++ per child.  continue reading
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Level4 2014-09-06
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One of the most significant Chinese celebrations is Mid Autumn Festival. This year, it falls on 08 September 2014 (15th day of the 8th lunar month). As usual, there are gifts of tradition received by ex-colleague.After trying out this mooncake, I decided to publish this on this platform for other users' reference.My landlord and me enjoyed the fillings and flavours of Man Fu Yuan's White Lotus Seed Paste with Double Yolk earlier this morning before going to sleep.This year is very special for us in trying out Man Fu Yuan's rendition of low-sugared classics White Lotus Seed Paste with Double Egg Yolk traditional baked mooncake. continue reading
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Level3 2014-03-21
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For full review, visit my blog at www.ms-skinnyfat.comMan Fu Yuan is one of Singapore’s finest Chinese restaurants, serving classic Cantonese cuisine created especially for the restaurant by a Hong Kong Master Chef. From now till 31 May 2014, Man Fu Yuan is serving some glorious dishes from the good old days, made using good quality ingredients and special and laborious techniques.Now here are some favorites from the Nostalgic Menu. The flavourful Mixed Beef Stew with handmade beef balls 牛什牛丸煲 ($28 per portion). I love how the meat is tender and savory. The beef balls were succulent and had nice chunks of water chestnut in them. This is the perfect comfort food.Tea-smoked Pork Belly Char Siew 脆皮叉烧 ($24 per portion) takes centre stage, featuring pork belly marinated in a combination of Chinese rose wine and barbecue sauce. It's fatty and decadent but hey YOLO.I loved the Hong Kong Style Steamed Pork Belly in Shrimp Paste 港式咸虾酱蒸花肉 ($28 per portion). This is another comfort dish and i can fully identify with the flavors though i've never had this dish before. Salty, stinky and oh damn delicious. Give me another 2 bowls of rice.Pig Trotters with Vinegar 猪脚醋 ($28 per portion). The meat was well braised in plum vinegar and you can smell the sour perfume from far. The dish is on the oily side though.If you find these flavors familiar and are craving for it now, Man Fu Yuan's A Taste of Nostalgia Menu will be available as part of a rotating a la carte menu available daily till 31 May 2014. Do call the restaurant to find out if they'll be serving your favorite dish before heading down! continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-20
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Today some of us is treated to a food tasting lunch for the company's upcoming Chinese New Year lunch.Prosperity Yu Sheng with Salmon FishYusheng鱼生 a Teochew-style raw fish salad, which usually consists of strips of raw fish (most commonly salmon), mixed with shredded vegetables and a variety of sauces and condiments, among other ingredients. It is a dish usually one must have during Chinese New Year, as yusheng is considered a symbol of abundance, prosperity and vigor. The version here looks quite common. But then it is the experience of tossing the salad which is the most fun for this dish.Soup of Fried Fish Maw with Shredded Chicken & Crab MeatThe soup is quite well flavoured and full of meat.Braised Mushroom with Seasonal VegetableThe mushroom is quite juicy and flavourful, a sign of well braised.Roasted Chicken served with CrackersI like the thin skin of the roasted chicken.Stewed Ee-Fu Noodles with Mushroom topped with Shrimp RoeLots of noodles but not enough other toppings.Chilled Cream of Mango with PomeloServed with vanilla ice-cream, tastes quite sweet and thick.Service is great with plates changed for every course. Overall this is a great meal with great service, but do not know whether they would be able to reproduce the same standard on the actual day with same standard. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-06
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I really enjoyed our first visit to Man Fu Yuan as their quality of food was outstanding (albeit a couple of slips here and there) and their service level, commendable. Although the menu was on the pricier end, the overall ambience and dining experience justified the cost.Siew Mai ($6.80++)Topped with fresh scallop and fish roe, the Siew Mai was tastefully prepared. The firm yet texture was a delight to savour. One of the must orders here! Beef Ball ($6.80++)The Beef Ball was a disappointment though. It was rather bland and overly soft (almost to the extent of crumbling upon the touch of my chopsticks). Somehow, the beef didn't taste very fresh as well and resulted in the lackluster review. Radish Cake ($5.20++)A simple and wholesome treat for the palate. The Radish Cake was soft, flavourful and not too oily. I particularly liked the fact that it was not too starchy with more real radish chunks rather than flour present. Roast Meat Platter ($32++)We ordered their Char Siew, Roast Duck and Roast Chicken and it was really authentic and delicious! The Char Siew was slightly charred and crispy at the sides and chewy in the centre. The Roast Duck and Chicken were exceptionally soft, succulent and delectable – a true hallmark of a Cantonese restaurant! Steamed Custard Bun ($12++)Although this was rated as one of their signature dishes, I found it rather average and lacked the wow-factor. The bun was quite thick and a little on the tough side. Thankfully, the custard was rich, gooey and flavorsome. We will definitely be back to try out their other offerings soon! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)