Arriving by bus #74, 91, 92, 95, 191, 196, 198, 200. Busstop no. 18141. Busstop name; Aftr Anglo Chinese JC. Nearest Train Station; Buono Vista continue reading
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6774 0122
Set amidst beautifully luscious greens, undulating grounds and tree-lined winding roads, Min Jiang at One-North at No. 5 Rochester Park Singapore is the only Chinese fine-dining restaurant housed in a stylish and spacious two-storey black and white colonial bungalow. This 3,000 sq ft restaurant boasts of modern chinoiserie interiors, chic furnishings and artifacts, offering a unique dining experience in a charming ambience. A spacious timber decked alfresco area also provides a lovely venue for outdoor dining or a drink after dinner. With its beautiful setting and romantic ambience, the restaurant is ideal for couples who wish to hold their wedding in a private and unique location. Featuring modern Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine, the house specialty is its truly authentic Beijing Duck, served with 8 different condiments. This delicacy is prepared by chefs from China according to an ancient Chinese recipe and roasted to perfection in a custom-made wood-fired oven. The restaurant has earned many awards and accolades since its establishment in 2006. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW)
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Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Beijing Duck Stewed Lobster with Eggplant Pan-fried Scallops with Crab Meat
Review (3)
Level3 2014-11-25
Made a reservation for grandma's birthday celebration at Min Jiang. Min Jiang's  restaurant at GoodWood Park left a really good impression when we went for their dim sum some time back. So we decided to go there for birthday dinner. We ordered a few dishes and all tasted really nice. The chilli crab was towards the sweet side. The spinach was really delicious! I really enjoyed the desserts black glutanious rice with ice cream and mango sago. The overall service was good but do take note that reservation for certain food like crabs may be needed on occasions so do make a reservation for big groups. continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-30
This was the second time we came here. We thought we were lucky when we saw empty lots outside the restaurant. After we parked the car, a guy at the entrance told us that the parking lots was meant for the valet parking. Not feeling like swifting the car, we paid him the $3 parking fee to park there.This was another of those restaurant converted from old bungalow. Very nicely decorated. Quite and peaceful. The set lunch menu looked good except for the pork. We requested to exchange the dish for either a chicken or fish dish, but they suggested the beef steak.The soup was served first. It was lovely. I have always loved this Sichuan soup. It was spicy but not too sour. It has lots of ingredients in it. The chicken slices gave it an additional texture. The fried beancurd with prawn fillings was very crispy with a generous portion of prawns. The siew mai was tender without the scent of pork. The pasty of the Cha Siew Sou was soft, tasty but not salty.This beef was really a good recommendation. It was so tender and juicy. A layer of crispy fried pastry (not very sure what was it) was set below the steak. It taste like deep-fried flour coated cod fish. The sauce on the steak seemed to be made of something citrus. The combination was awfully delicious.The seasonal vegetable was spinach. The bean gluten was very soft. Not my usual type of food but it was good. Overall taste delicious and rich. Definitely didn't taste the presence of MSG.Just one word, 'Yummy'This was good too. A deviation from the usual Pulut Hitam. Much nicer.All these fantastic dishes for only $38. Definitely worth it. continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-07
Nestled in the posh enclave of Rochester Park, Min Jiang is housed in a colonial bungalow at the end of Rochester Park. For those who didn't know, Min Jiang actually has 2 branches, with the main one situated at Goodwood Park Hotel. However, the main branch serves fine Cantonese cuisine, whereas the branch at Rochester specialises in Sichuan cuisine, with its Peking duck being the most noteworthy. Opting for black chic over traditional red unlike most Chinese restaurants, Min Jiang @ One North oozes solemn appeal and pure sophistication. First up was the Chef's appetizer platter, consisting of Crispy Diced Chicken with Sichuan Peppercorn, Wok Tossed Lobster Medallion Crusted in Spicy Egg Yolk Crumb, Cripsy Eel coated with Vinegar Sauce and Sesame Seeds and Deep Fried Scallops stuffed with Minced Shrimps in Thai Sauce. The Crispy Diced Chicken was pretty normal and tasted a little like Twisties (Chicken Flavour). But to give it credit, it was nicely battered and fried. The Lobster Medallion was, if I may say, truly wonderful. The egg yolk provided a slightly salty taste which blended well with the sweetness from the lobster. I would have liked more of this, but unfortunately its madly expensive!I've always shunned from eels, but this eel had me wanting for more. It was crunchy, a little sweet with no traces of that eel taste which I absolutely abhor. A very nice snack! The Deep Fried Scallops were nicely done, though they didn't seem deep fried to me. The minced shrimps were embedded within the scallop and I liked the whole package. Pity about the slightly overpowering Thai sauce though.Next up was of course the Peking Duck. I was terribly excited by this dish as I had been having cravings for it the last couple of weeks. The chef personally carved the duck up for us and recommended that we tried it with sugar and then with sweet sauce, cucumber, sliced leek and radish and lastly, with garlic paste. All 3 combinations were so good that I don't know where to begin. The crispy duck skin was carved from the neck and there were no fats whatsoever, leaving just the crackling skin which went extremely went with the sugar. This is the first time I'm eating the skin with sugar and I must say its really good. The second option with the cucumber, sliced leek and radish was just as good, with the paper thin crepes wrapped around. This time round, the skin had quite a substantial amount of meat attached to it, unlike the ducks at most places. The third option was pretty appetising as well, with the mild garlic taste complementing with the crepe and the delicious duck. I honestly never knew there were so many ways to eat Peking Duck!We were recommended the Spicy Minced Duck with Lettuce Wrap for the remainder of our duck and we duly complied. It was commendable, though not entirely fantastic. The whole dish tasted like Char Siew wrapped in lettuce, which I do like, but nothing out of the blue or mind blowing.The Spare Ribs in Lemon Grass Infused Honey Sauce was plain terrible. The lemon grass taste was way too strong and left me and my gf revolting at the taste of it. The Spare Ribs were also a little too tough for my liking. The Lobster Noodles which came shortly after was much better. The noodle was springy, but a little lacklustre as compared to the one I had at Li Bai. Although one whole lobster was given, it was pretty small in size. However, taste wise, it would be hard to beat. The lobster was very fresh and perfectly done. Not undercooked nor overcooked. I eagerly awaited the desserts to round up the whole meal. The Sichuan Pancake with Vanilla Ice Cream was pretty unique in the sense that unlike most restaurants, its pancake is wafer thin and doesn't have the secondary layer of smooth pastry. So its basically just the crust and the red bean filling in it. Some might like it, some might not. I personally like the ones with the secondary layer. However, Min Jiang's rendition is quite good also. The Durian Pudding has always been a legend in Min Jiang and rightly so. The pudding is pure smoothness and creamy with pulps of D24 durian. Once you start, you can't stop! I was crazy enough to want to order a few more bowls of it, but (un)fortunately, my gf kept me in check. The accompanying Mango Spring Roll tasted weird though. The mango was hot and sour, presumably because they chose to use unripe mangoes. Service generally was faultless except for a small blip where I had to ask the waiter to refill my ice water. Ambience is also tops here which makes it a very ideal place to bring your date. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)