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Set in a cosy and contemporary oriental ambience, Peach Blossoms prides itself on serving authentic Cantonese cuisine with a modern twist. Enjoy an exquisite array of culinary delights at this highly-acclaimed Chinese restaurant. continue reading
Opening Hours
12:00 - 15:00
18:30 - 22:30
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 15:00
18:30 - 22:30
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 15:00
18:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
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Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW)
Corkage Fee Details
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Signature Dishes
Mini Organic Oats Scallop Broccoli Seafood Tofu
Review (5)
Level3 2014-02-23
This hotel have many live birds in cage. Hence when you walk pass or dine you will be able to hear the birds singing. The prawn dumplings have very thin skin & big fresh crunchy prawns Crunchy crispy bean curd skin wrapped with cheese and fried to perfection This is the most interesting dim sum. The shape is very cute. It is pear shaped The filling is seafood The Xiao long Bao is ver juicy This fried bee hoon wrapped crab cream roll is very delicious and the presentation is nice too This bun is very juicy and creamy continue reading
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i got a box of Single Yolk with White Lotus Paste (Low Sugar) Mooncake as a gift. It was indeed low sugar as it wasn't too sweet compared to the other traditional mooncakes. This was also one of the better traditional mooncakes i've tried - the white lotus seed paste was very smooth, better than that of mei xin's white lotus paste mooncake. The skin was also not thick, and egg yolk well done. continue reading
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Love those simple and yet quite elegant gift box for these mooncakes. The texture of the box is hard and really firm. Like the individual packagings for these mooncakes which ensure the freshness and hygiene.the baked skin taste really fragrant and not too oily. The white lotus paste is also not too sweet and very smooth in texture. The single salted egg yolk inside per mooncake is also very fresh and still moist too. Delicious and will certainly buy again to treat my friends next year. continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-19
Peach Blossoms is the flagship Chinese restaurant of Marina Mandarin Singapore. With a grand interior that oozes elegance and opulence, it serves up fine Cantonese cuisine with Chef Ng at its helm. And so it was with much anticipation that my gf and I made our way there on a Saturday evening for dinner. No reservations were made as it was really a last minute decision.The interior was simply stunning with its sombre traditional Chinese theme that subtly hints of royalty. Waitresses dressed in Cheongsams and waiters decked out in black suits completed the picture. Service was prompt and attentive, but could do with a little lesson in friendliness. Peach Blossoms didn't have any set menus, thus we had to go Ala Carte.Steamed Cod with Preserved Vegetables seemed pretty interesting, as the saltiness of the vegetables would have balanced out the fishiness of the fish. However, the one we had was disappointing. The fish was fresh, no doubt, but the preserved vegetables didn't do a good job of curtailing the fishy taste, which left a distasteful taste in my mouth. (I'm not one who likes fishy stuff) I must admit that the dish is something different though and provides a refreshing way to eat cod, but it needs a little improvement. The Tea Smoked Duck was a let down really. The duck was too dry and tough and there was no tea taste at all. Compared to this, the one at Szechuan Court now seems so much better. I did like the dish layout though. The Yang Chow Fried Rice came last and it looked like a work of labour. It was evenly fried and every grain of rice glistened with colour. The Char Siew was finely diced and generous. However, this is where the compliments end and the grouses start. The fried rice was almost tasteless! But to give it credit, it does have that wee bit of "Wok Hei" taste, which many fried rice nowadays lack. I found the Red Bean Paste Pancake's crust a little too thin, but it was light and flaky. Pretty decent but I prefer the one at Szechuan Court over it any day. Peach Blossoms is definitely not cheap, but it's not terribly expensive also. The food is just average, which is a sheer pity. Given the exquisite setting, I would have been a regular patron if the food had been up to the mark. Try it if you have a little spare cash to splurge, want a nice place to enjoy a dinner with your other half and aren't too particular about food. Do note that the portions are quite small, so be prepared to order more. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)