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Telephone
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Introduction
The Chinese Restaurant harmoniously combines the timeless flavours of traditional Cantonese cuisine with modern, light, healthy influences and delightful presentation. A wide variety of exquisite Dim Sum as well as a la carte, vegetarian and set menus are available for selection. Apart from Cantonese cuisine, dishes from other regions of China such as Szechuan, Shanghai and Chiu Chow are featured as occasional specials. With its’ charming, refined atmosphere and calming decoration, the Chinese Restaurant is an ideal venue to linger with friends and associates over a perfect meal continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 15:00
18:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sat
11:30 - 15:00
18:30 - 23:00
Sun
10:30 - 15:00
18:30 - 23:00
Public Holiday
10:30 - 15:00
18:30 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://www.rafflestownclub.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Dim Sum
Review (3)
Level4 2014-03-15
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We were here for a wedding dinner food tasting and I must say their quality of food way exceeded our expectations and even surpass those of many 5 stars hotel! If you’re looking for an exclusive wedding banquet venue, do consider Raffles Town Club, not only for their food choices, but overall ambience and package too Cold Dish Combination (Crabmeat Omelette, Smoked Duck, Roasted Char Siew, Crispy Enoki Mushroom with Octopus, Deep-Fried Silver Fish)A generally well prepared cold dish that was tasty. I especially love their Smoked Duck and Roasted Char Siew as they were really soft and fragrant. Braised Shark's Fin Soup with Bamboo Pith and CrabmeatA hearty bowl of shark’s fin soup that was not too starchy and filled with generous amounts and shredded crabmeat and shark’s fin. The taste was also very fresh and rich.Wok-Fried Scallops and Prawns with Broccoli, "Shimeiji" Mushrooms and XO SauceOne of my favourite dishes among the 8-course dinner set. The XO sauce was mildly spicy with a hint of buttery fragrance and sweetness of seafood. The prawns and scallops were fresh and crunchy.Steamed Coral Trout with TurnipsThe fish was very fresh but unfortunately, overcooked. The meat was kind of dry though the flavours were well locked in.Braised Abalone Mushrooms with Sea Cucumber and SpinachThe sea cucumbers were really delicious and literally melted in our mouths! The QQ texture was a pleasure to savour. This was a tastefully prepared dish with well braised abalone mushrooms and sea cucumber that were simply delectable.Roasted Chicken with "Mala" SauceThe roasted chicken was tender, juicy and soft. Topped with a generous amount of fried shallots, the aroma of this dish easily captured our hearts and taste buds. The kids especially love the prawn crackers that accompanied this dish.Braised "Ee Fu Noodles" with Diced Seafood, Mushrooms and Yellow Chives wrapped in Lotus LeafThe Ee Fu Noodles unfortunately missed the mark. The presentation was unique (we usually associate lotus leaf with rice), but the noodles were blend and did not exude any tinge of fragrance. Thankfully, the chili sauce was good and added the much needed kick to spice up this dish.Lemongrass Jelly with Aloe VeraA perfect ending to wrap up this lovely food tasting session. Not a common dessert that’s being served during wedding banquet, this was a refreshing twist that was enjoyed by both the old and young. The zesty flavour, coupled with chewy tadpole toppings, were an interesting combination that was a delight to savour. continue reading
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Level4 2010-12-15
20 views
Went to "The Chinese restaurant" at Raffles Town Club for lunch gatherings with friends.One of our special dish that we ordered was the mini buddha jump over the wall. It has a reasonable size of one abalone, sea cucumber, shark fins, scallops all in a good stock that makes the soup. The soup is really tasty, and you can really feel the sweetness and the goodness of all the ingredients inside this mini buddha soup. Can't remember the price but it doesn't come cheap. They also have dim sum, dishes like fish, meat, chicken and vegetables too. If you are in for fine dining, can give it a try ) continue reading
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Level4 2010-12-11
34 views
Hmm...this was the most expensive meal that I have ever had in a chinese restaurant. It was located inside the Raffles Town Club and if you are not driving, you have to walk one round before you reach their main gate as their side gate is locked.The decor of the restaurant was quite nice. Quite a good place to hold wedding dinner. We ordered quite many tim sum ranging from siew mai to har gow. The dim sum dishes were not bad. Can see that the chefs are quite skillful. However, personally I prefer those from crystal jade. We also ordered a few cook dishes and we each had a very expensive item which is the mini buddha jump over the wall otr fo tiao qiang. It came with a whole mini abalone, shark fins, sea cucumber and many more other ingredients. This was so yummy. The soup was so rich and sweet, good flavour. Must try.Their dessert was good too. The mango pudding was so rich in mango taste that it was simply heavenly.Service was good. Maybe because it is located inside the raffles town club. continue reading
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