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This is one of those restaurants which takes into consideration feedback from customers. The reason why I say this is because the cashier will always check with the customer whether he/she is happy with the food prior to customer leaving the place. Indeed a customer-oriented restaurant!Personally, I like the si ji dou (as shown in the first picture). It is flavourful and yet not too salty and hence, I do not have to eat it with rice. The sheng jian bao (as shown in the second picture) is however
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This is one of those restaurants which takes into consideration feedback from customers. The reason why I say this is because the cashier will always check with the customer whether he/she is happy with the food prior to customer leaving the place. Indeed a customer-oriented restaurant!

Personally, I like the si ji dou (as shown in the first picture). It is flavourful and yet not too salty and hence, I do not have to eat it with rice. The sheng jian bao (as shown in the second picture) is however, as not as tasty as I have expected. The first time I had sheng jian bao was in Shanghai and it tastes much better than this. Therefore I am quite disappointed. As for the pork floss fried rice, I think that it tastes quite good.

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2012-09-26 8 views
I went to Nanxiang for some Dim Sum. The deep fried prawn dumpling was one of the chef's recommendation selection in the restaurant. It costs $4.50 for 3 pieces. The prawn dumpling's crust is very thin and crispy. Its not too oily and has a nice flour taste. The prawn used is very fresh and meaty. It was very crunchy, sweet and juicy. Additionally, the prawn dumplings are relatively big in size which somewhat justifies the price along with its taste. I personally really liked the deep fried praw
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I went to Nanxiang for some Dim Sum. The deep fried prawn dumpling was one of the chef's recommendation selection in the restaurant. It costs $4.50 for 3 pieces.

The prawn dumpling's crust is very thin and crispy. Its not too oily and has a nice flour taste. The prawn used is very fresh and meaty. It was very crunchy, sweet and juicy. Additionally, the prawn dumplings are relatively big in size which somewhat justifies the price along with its taste.

I personally really liked the deep fried prawn dumplings. They are probably the best I've had in Singapore so far. Strongly recommended!
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2012-09-12 9 views
Went to Nanxiang for lunch. Ordered for half a roasted peking duck. The peking duck is served in 2 different plates. One of is is the duck skin, wrapped in egg crepe. It comes with a special sauce which is very strong tasting and sweet. My family like it but I didn't so its probably up to personal preference. The other plate served the duck meat, which is covered in Kobe BBQ sauce. Its moist and sweet. We tried having both the skin and the meat together in one mouthful and it is delicious that w
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Went to Nanxiang for lunch. Ordered for half a roasted peking duck. The peking duck is served in 2 different plates. One of is is the duck skin, wrapped in egg crepe. It comes with a special sauce which is very strong tasting and sweet. My family like it but I didn't so its probably up to personal preference. The other plate served the duck meat, which is covered in Kobe BBQ sauce. Its moist and sweet. We tried having both the skin and the meat together in one mouthful and it is delicious that way. It costs only $35. Wouldn't mind going back for the peking duck again.
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Was recommendated by the service staffs to try this red bean pastry. Was quite surprise the portion of it is very small when served to my table. The pastry crust is quite crispy and taste quite similar to those normal tau sa piao which you can from those traditional bakery shops. The red bean paste is quite smooth and thick in texture, however I think is slightly abit too sweet. The combination was quite alright except I think the price is a bit expensive for nearly four dollars, I can only ge
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Was recommendated by the service staffs to try this red bean pastry. Was quite surprise the portion of it is very small when served to my table. The pastry crust is quite crispy and taste quite similar to those normal tau sa piao which you can from those traditional bakery shops. The red bean paste is quite smooth and thick in texture, however I think is slightly abit too sweet. The combination was quite alright except I think the price is a bit expensive for nearly four dollars, I can only get two small pieces of it. Moreover, the standard service charge and goods and services tax are not yet included to the price yet.
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2012-07-11 6 views
My second visit to this chinese restaurant. This time round i decided to try one of their noodles dish. Have tried their fried noodles and it was served to me less than ten minutes. The noodes are really chewy and soft. The dark sauce used in cooking the noodles is very fragrant and not too salty. Even though this dish does not have lots of ingredients in it, but the taste is good enough to satisfy you and the portion is also quite generous too!
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My second visit to this chinese restaurant. This time round i decided to try one of their noodles dish. Have tried their fried noodles and it was served to me less than ten minutes. The noodes are really chewy and soft. The dark sauce used in cooking the noodles is very fragrant and not too salty. Even though this dish does not have lots of ingredients in it, but the taste is good enough to satisfy you and the portion is also quite generous too!
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2012-05-08 3 views
As Chinese, we cannot eat without noodles and buns which are our forefathers' main source of food input, especially the northerners in ancient China. Nanxiang's steamed buns are awesome. They tasted so refreshing when eating with ginger and soy sauce. A must to try at the restaurant. The noodles which signify longevity is a chief source of carbohydrates besides rice in Asian society. Nanxiang's noodles is freshly man-made by the chefs everday, no wonder they tasted so satisfying in our mouths. A
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As Chinese, we cannot eat without noodles and buns which are our forefathers' main source of food input, especially the northerners in ancient China. Nanxiang's steamed buns are awesome. They tasted so refreshing when eating with ginger and soy sauce. A must to try at the restaurant.
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The noodles which signify longevity is a chief source of carbohydrates besides rice in Asian society. Nanxiang's noodles is freshly man-made by the chefs everday, no wonder they tasted so satisfying in our mouths. Another must-try cuisine at Nanxiang without a doubt.
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Lion Head meatballs (as shown in the picture) is one of their signature dish. Very huge in size and the pork meat in it is firm and tender. Would be better if it can be fry to crispy. The fried rice here is quite fragrant but no much x-factor on it as the ingredients in it are simple . The service here is alright and would be better if they can be more alert when topping up the hot tea and clearing of dirty plates on our tables. Did not try other dishes as prices are sort of high and not t
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Lion Head meatballs (as shown in the picture) is one of their signature dish. Very huge in size and the pork meat in it is firm and tender. Would be better if it can be fry to crispy. The fried rice here is quite fragrant but no much x-factor on it as the ingredients in it are simple . The service here is alright and would be better if they can be more alert when topping up the hot tea and clearing of dirty plates on our tables. Did not try other dishes as prices are sort of high and not too affordable.
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my girlfriend got us some discount voucher from a deal website for nanxiang so we drove over to the branch that she bought which was the plaza singapura’s branch. We had $40 to spend so we were flipping the menu to order our food. In the end, we ordered their fried dumpling, xiao long bao, zh jiang mian, hot and sour soup and a tang bao. It was the first time for us to eat a tang bao and we were rather fascinated at the size of it. You have to suck the soup from a straw. The soup was pretty hot
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my girlfriend got us some discount voucher from a deal website for nanxiang so we drove over to the branch that she bought which was the plaza singapura’s branch. We had $40 to spend so we were flipping the menu to order our food. In the end, we ordered their fried dumpling, xiao long bao, zh jiang mian, hot and sour soup and a tang bao. It was the first time for us to eat a tang bao and we were rather fascinated at the size of it. You have to suck the soup from a straw. The soup was pretty hot so we have to take some sips. The fried dumpling was my favourite. The skin was not too thick yet it was really chewy. The meat was very juicy and tasty. It is best eaten with the vinegar.
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The setting surprised me, because the restaurant looked quite "posh" from the outside. It's an all-white, more disorganized version of Hans -- not the place to take someone you want to impress. The food was served Luke-warm, not hot, as you would expect. The limelight is the salted egg prawns, it tasty just right.We didn't fuss, because we were there to chat and catch-up. Food was secondary. Service was good. As the restaurant was highlighting its dim-sum high tea, I might go back again to see w
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The setting surprised me, because the restaurant looked quite "posh" from the outside. It's an all-white, more disorganized version of Hans -- not the place to take someone you want to impress.

The food was served Luke-warm, not hot, as you would expect. The limelight is the salted egg prawns, it tasty just right.

We didn't fuss, because we were there to chat and catch-up. Food was secondary.

Service was good.

As the restaurant was highlighting its dim-sum high tea, I might go back again to see whether its high-tea had a better standard.
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2012-03-25 2 views
Though this place is famous for its Xiao Long Bao, there are also many dishes which are worth trying. One of them is the flavourful Si Ji Dou with minced pork (Season French Bean as shown in the 2nd picture). The salted egg yolk prawn is also one of my favourite dishes which I will never fail to order when I visit this restaurant.Unless you like oily and salty food, I will not recommend you to order the fried noodles. Personally, I feel that it is a disappointment. The staff are kinda service-or
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Though this place is famous for its Xiao Long Bao, there are also many dishes which are worth trying. One of them is the flavourful Si Ji Dou with minced pork (Season French Bean as shown in the 2nd picture). The salted egg yolk prawn is also one of my favourite dishes which I will never fail to order when I visit this restaurant.

Unless you like oily and salty food, I will not recommend you to order the fried noodles. Personally, I feel that it is a disappointment.


The staff are kinda service-oriented and are prompt in assisting their customers. In fact, the cashier even ask us for our feedback on the food and inform us that we can tell the waitress if we want less oil and salt in our food in future.
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2012-03-17 2 views
I went to nanxiang for a gathering with old friends. It was my first time there, they served mainly shanghainese food like xiao long bao etc. I ordered their egg fried rice and their hot and sour soup. The rice was really fragrant, love the eggy bits. The hot and sour soup was really good. They pre-seasoned it for me unlike din tai fung where you add your own chilli oil and vinegar. There were quite a lot of ingredients in the soup like meat, toufu etc. it was really good, went really well with
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I went to nanxiang for a gathering with old friends. It was my first time there, they served mainly shanghainese food like xiao long bao etc. I ordered their egg fried rice and their hot and sour soup. The rice was really fragrant, love the eggy bits. The hot and sour soup was really good. They pre-seasoned it for me unlike din tai fung where you add your own chilli oil and vinegar. There were quite a lot of ingredients in the soup like meat, toufu etc. it was really good, went really well with my fried rice. I also ordered their tang bao, you have to suck the soup from a straw. My advise to everyone is take slow and small sip, the soup is really really hot! But it was good. Tasty and makes you wanna have more.
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2012-01-28 8 views
Visited this simple chinese restaurant for dinner after shopping around at Plaza Sing. The to-die-for dish undeniably would be the Salted Egg Prawns. As i am a huge fan of seafood, the prawns were very crunchy and the sauce was fragrant. I was also a huge fan of their signature dish which is the Drunken Chicken. Thumbs up. I thought that the prices were a little on the pricey side for the portions offered, but i will definitely be back for more.
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Visited this simple chinese restaurant for dinner after shopping around at Plaza Sing. The to-die-for dish undeniably would be the Salted Egg Prawns. As i am a huge fan of seafood, the prawns were very crunchy and the sauce was fragrant. I was also a huge fan of their signature dish which is the Drunken Chicken. Thumbs up. I thought that the prices were a little on the pricey side for the portions offered, but i will definitely be back for more.
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2012-01-04 2 views
this was the shanghai food restaurant we had a few shanghai foodbut what i liked the most was their special fried rice.. which has chips in it.. serves 2 - 3 peopletheir salted egg prawns was very nice as welli also love their salted vege duck soup.. not too salty... soft duck meat.. refreshing
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this was the shanghai food restaurant

we had a few shanghai food

but what i liked the most was their special fried rice.. which has chips in it.. serves 2 - 3 people

their salted egg prawns was very nice as well

i also love their salted vege duck soup.. not too salty... soft duck meat.. refreshing
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Visited this simple chinese restaurant for dinner after shopping around at Plaza Sing. The to-die-for dish undeniably would be the Salted Egg Prawns. As i am a huge fan of seafood, the prawns were very crunchy and the sauce was fragrant. I was also a huge fan of their signature dish which is the Drunken Chicken. Thumbs up. I thought that the prices were a little on the pricey side for the portions offered, but i will definitely be back for more.
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Visited this simple chinese restaurant for dinner after shopping around at Plaza Sing. The to-die-for dish undeniably would be the Salted Egg Prawns. As i am a huge fan of seafood, the prawns were very crunchy and the sauce was fragrant. I was also a huge fan of their signature dish which is the Drunken Chicken. Thumbs up. I thought that the prices were a little on the pricey side for the portions offered, but i will definitely be back for more.
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Of all the food that I had ordered, I think that the Xiao Long Bao and Salted Egg Yolk prawn are worth trying. As for the fried rice with chicken cutlet, the fried rice tasted quite good but the chicken cutlet was too salty (was wondering whether the chef accidentally added too much salt). However the minced pork noodle was a disappointment as the sauce was too watery.Surprisingly, the service at this restaurant is quite good (not typically of most chinese restaurant). When I told the staff that
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Of all the food that I had ordered, I think that the Xiao Long Bao and Salted Egg Yolk prawn are worth trying. As for the fried rice with chicken cutlet, the fried rice tasted quite good but the chicken cutlet was too salty (was wondering whether the chef accidentally added too much salt). However the minced pork noodle was a disappointment as the sauce was too watery.

Surprisingly, the service at this restaurant is quite good (not typically of most chinese restaurant). When I told the staff that the chicken cutlet (which is served together with the fried rice) was too salty, the staff apologised immediately and changed a new piece for me.
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