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3 Temasek Boulevard #B1-013
Suntec City Mall
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6338-3511
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Restaurants » Chinese (Traditional)

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  1. The Hungry Bunny
     57
     24 Feb 2010 at 12:20 pm

    Crystal Jade Kitchen is one of my default dining choices because it’s reliable, convenient and serves comfort food. I particularly like this branch because of the exceptional service. Although this place is regularly packed, the service staff are intuitive and show great initiative. That said, I’ve realized that one of the reasons for the Crystal Jade group of restaurants is because of their efficient service standards. They employ a large number of middle-aged aunties whose efficiency and nimble footwork belie their age.

    1) Wanton Soup ($6.80): Thin, silky wanton skins which envelope a whole crunchy prawn. There are about 7 wantons in a bowl, and you can ask them for refills of the soup. Add in a little sambal chili and the flavour is complete.

    2) Dry Wanton Noodles ($7.80): 5 plump and juicy prawn wantons with noodles that retained a nice bite.

    3) Beef Crispy Noodles ($12.80): Egg noodles fried to a crisp, slathered in a thick oyster sauce-based gravy and topped with slices of tender beef, sauteed button mushrooms, slightly blanched carrots and choy sum

    4) Sauteed Noodles with Seafood ($14.50): Crispy egg noodles with scallops, prawns, fish, button mushrooms and choy sum, which is always a reliable and safe choice

    5) Roasted Duck and Chicken Congee ($7.80): Smooth rice gruel with silvers of roasted duck and strips of chicken, topped with crispy flour fritters. Comfort food at its best.

    6) Beancurd Thick Soup with Seafood ($7.50): A thick soup with chunks of succulent scallops, sweet prawns, silky beancurd, earthy mushrooms and egg whites. I love the delicate flavour of the soup.

    7) Hongkong Seasonal Cabbage with Braised Mushroom ($14.80), lightly blanched green leafy veggies with braised Chinese black mushrooms, slathered with luxurious oyster sauce.

    You can read more about it at my blog: http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com

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