Crys­tal Jade Din­ing IN

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Crys­tal Jade Din­ing IN lives up to its long­stand­ing rep­u­ta­tion for ex­cel­lent food and stel­lar ser­vice. Its ex­pan­sive din­ing room also makes it a per­fect spot for large fam­ily gath­er­ings and cel­e­brat­ing spe­cial oc­ca­sions.

Start the meal with the likes of mar­i­nated pig’s ears with pick­led vegeta­bles, deep-fried soft shell crabs, and crispy white­bait dusted with salt and pi­quant spices. Soups such as dou­ble-boiled sea whelk soup with chicken and morel mush­room, and dou­ble-boiled bird's nest with bam­boo pith are a high­light here. The range of Can­tonese-style roasted meats is also ir­re­sistible—think crisp-skinned pork belly, whole suck­ling pigs and Pek­ing ducks with bur­nished skin. Seafood lovers, mean­while, get a great se­lec­tion of fresh crus­taceans cooked to their lik­ing, be it braised, steamed, deep-fried, or lightly sautéed with the restau­rant’s splen­did house sauces.

Other spe­cial­i­ties in­clude the Kurobuta pork chop with teriyaki sauce, sautéed beef cubes in black pep­per sauce, and baked crab shell stuffed with a vel­vety seafood paste. Even sta­ples like rice and noo­dles get an up­grade here. Fra­grant fried rice gets a lash­ing of abalone sauce be­fore it is wrapped in a lo­tus leaf, while braised ee-fu noo­dles are served with fresh prawns and slicked with black truf­fle oil.

There is a small se­lec­tion of clas­sic Chi­nese desserts such as dou­ble­boiled bird’s nest served with a choice of al­mond cream or rock sugar, dou­ble-boiled hashima with al­mond cream, herbal jelly with syrup, and mango purée with sago and pomelo. Vivoc­ity, #01-112, Har­bourfront Walk, Sin­ga­pore 098585

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