Try the tables at the far end near the window, Looks nice at night with the view of Sentosa. There's a long table near the entrance, great for group dinners. Service is pretty quick.
Tim Sum was pretty decent today the dumplings were over steamed ( wet ) got them replaced with no questions asked .
We were a group of 10 and had one of their private dining rooms, great view but unfortunately we were too late for the daily firework.... We were invited and the host got a variation of the restaurants best food, starting with Peking Duck, then scallops with asparagus, then one of the best razor shell clams I had, deep fried fish and steamed fishfollowed by a fantastic Singapore Chili Crab...and a nice dessert The service was very attentive and made sure we are all well looked after. The food....was great, lovely flavors, well prepared, tender fish with crispy skin, the razor shell clam barely cooked, but absolutely amazing
Soon Hok Fish Stew with ginger slices, pickled veg and tofu. The fish has crunchy skin, must have fried or baked first. The light briney fish broth very suited with light tasting flesh of fish.
Still good ... Pricing was $$$
Dim sum not as good as their flagship crystal jade palace at orchard!
U have to try the shao rou (roast pork) with mustard. Absolute bless!
The thing about the Crystal Jade chain of restaurants is that you can always count on them to be consistent. They may not serve the most refined dim sum but they're definitely above average. We ordered the usual here and everything came promptly. Tea was topped up regularly and the view, overlooking sentosa, should have been impressive (unfortunately, on the day we were there, we were blocked by a frigate, as the navy was having some sort of open house). Good food, decent service, great view and relatively easy on the wallet, what's not to like about this place?
Always a Favourite spot for my friends and I for our Dim Sum fix. We would always head on to Crystal Jade in Great World City. There is a good spread for you to choose from and the newly renovated restaurant is also a good place for business lunches. One of the acid test for any great Dim Sum is the "Har Kau" or prawn dumpling. The skin need to hold the prawns inside yet not be too thick to stifle the flavour of the prawns wrapped inside. If you're a Dim Sum lover, this place would not disappoint.
Baked char siew buns are yummilicious