The river flows through Dempsey Hill

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Af­ter 12 years of im­press­ing guests with its Sichuan and Can­tonese dishes at Rochester Park, Min Jiang (named af­ter the Min River), has shifted to the his­toric Dempsey Hill. The light-filled venue is mod­ern with­out los­ing its dis­tinc­tive Chi­nese touch. Nat­u­ral hues are ac­cented by touches of gold, yel­low and green, and com­ple­mented by rat­tan and wood arm­chairs.

The menu largely re­tains sig­na­tures such as the Leg­endary Wood-fired Bei­jing Duck ($108) and Stewed Noo­dles with Lob­ster ($118), but there are sev­eral dishes to en­cour­age a re­turn visit. The Her­itage Trea­sures Plat­ter ($88) is an eclec­tic col­lec­tion of Teochew-style shrimp roll, Wuxi-style braised pork, stir-fried sea­sonal greens and deep-fried crab meat and chicken liver ‘Scotch egg’. Don't miss the in­tri­cate and creative dim sum items, in­clud­ing the Steamed ‘Gold­fish’ Prawn Dumpling ($4.80/piece), an adorable morsel swim­ming in a del­i­cate egg white sauce and per­fumed with dill. 7A & 7B Dempsey Road. Tel: 6774 0122

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