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Pictures are at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/02/min-jiang-goodwood-park-hotel.htmlSpecialising in classic Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine, Min Jiang's food is conservative but not tedious. It's an oldie but evergreen goodie, where you'd go to for comforting familiar fare.We ate:1) Prosperity Abalone Lo Hei ($78 for small): nuanced and balanced. Not too sweet, just the way I like it. We had the lobster topped one, and supplemented with Crispy Salmon Skin ($22)2) Crabmeat Tofu ($44): Min
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Pictures are at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/02/min-jiang-goodwood-park-hotel.html

Specialising in classic Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine, Min Jiang's food is conservative but not tedious. It's an oldie but evergreen goodie, where you'd go to for comforting familiar fare.
We ate:
1) Prosperity Abalone Lo Hei ($78 for small): nuanced and balanced. Not too sweet, just the way I like it. We had the lobster topped one, and supplemented with Crispy Salmon Skin ($22)
2) Crabmeat Tofu ($44): Min Jiang uses fresh crabmeat, thankfully, instead of frozen meat. Loved the gravy.
4) Roasted Peking Duck ($38 for small): Paper-crisp skin, with nary a trace of fat, swaddled in soft egg rolls and burnished with sweet hoisin and fresh chives. The prawn crackers was a nice touch, I hardly see that served alongside peking duck anymore.
5) Deep Fried Sea Grouper with Sweet & Sour Sauce ($105 at $15/100gm): sparkling fresh, lightly battered and fried to a delectable crisp, served swimming in a pool of sweetly piquant gravy dotted with peppers.
6) Mango Pomelo ($8): smooth, creamy and refreshing
7) Ingot Flower Tea ($8.80 per glass): kitschily served as a tight coil, which unwinds with the introduction of hot water. Expensive but really lovely tea.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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