Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Park Palace (樂宫) @ Grand Park City Hall

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Lunar New Year is always a time for gathering. Some will choose to cook up a feast at home while some will prefer to dine out saving the trouble to wash and clean up. If you are planning to dine out with you family, here is a glimpse of the offering that will be available at Park Palace (樂宫), Grand Park City Hall during the Lunar New Year period 14 January 2014 to 14 February 2014.

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Imperial Five Treasures Shunde Yu Sheng 4.2/5

Doing away with the usual salad of radish, carrots and pomelo, the Imperial Five Treasures Shunde Yusheng ($888++) replaces the tradition with crispy fried vermicelli in a savoury sauce. The Yusheng is tossed in a special concoction of peanut oil and premium soya sauce, giving it a refreshing twist from the usual overwhelming sweetness. Slender slices of ginger, spring onions, crunchy capsicums, finely grounded peanuts can be found in the Yusheng as well as crispy silver fish for the extra crunch.

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Imperial Five Treasures Shunde Yu Sheng 4.2/5

The five treasures are Abalone, Lobster, Geoduck Clam, Salmon and Hamachi topped with caviar and fish roes. The luxury Yusheng is an ultimate indulgence with finishing touch of gold dust and gold flakes. If you are keen to try the savoury Shunde Yusheng, there is a more reasonable priced Hamachi & Silver Fish Golden Shunde YuSheng ($88++). Please note advance order of a day is needed for the Golden Shunde Yusheng and seven days for the Imperial Five Treasures Shunde Yusheng.

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Imperial Whole Roasted Suckling Pig 4.2/5

The Imperial Suckling Pig was enjoyed in 2 ways. First we have the crispy skin thinly sliced and served with a soft bun. The contrasting texture allowed us to appreciate the crispiness of the pig skin.

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Oven Baked Imperial Suckling Pig with Lemongrass 4/5

The remaining of the suckling pig is brought back to the kitchen to be oven baked with lemongrass. The delectable Oven Baked Imperial Suckling Pig with Lemongrass was subtly fragrant by the lemongrass, giving the succulent pork a nice flavour.

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Double Boiled Pot of Fortune 4.5/5

The Doubled Boiled Chicken Soup with Shark's Fin and Wanton was packed with lovely flavours after hours of simmering. The wantons looked like floating ingots in the soup which was huge and delectable.

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Auspicious Lobster Gems in Dual Style 4/5

The Auspicious Lobster Gems in Dual Style comes with live lobster sauteed with lily bulbs, wood fungus and asparagus and deep fried balls with cheese. Preferred the sauteed lobster as I could taste the sweetness of the luxurious lobster flesh.

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Fortune Filled Reunion Pen Cai with Pig Trotters 4.5/5

The Fortune Filled Reunion Pen Cai at Park Palace boasts a total of 18 luxurious ingredients plus pig trotter. Digging into the pot of gold, there are layers after layers of the rich flavours waiting for you to indulge in.

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Crispy Ingots of Good Fortune 4.5/5

If you are a durian lover, you will be delighted with this dessert. The Crispy Ingots of Good Fortune is a crispy puree durian fritters stuffed with delightful premium durian pengat and encased in a nice crispy light batter. I definitely don't mind go back for a few more of this.

More information of the Lunar New Year menu at Park Palace, click here.


Park Palace (樂宫)
Grand Park City Hall
Level 2
10 Coleman Street
Singapore 179809
Tel: +65 64325888
Website: http://www.parkhotelgroup.com/cityhall/
Nearest MRT: City Hall (EW Line, NS Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 1130am - 230pm, 630pm - 1030pm

Direction:
1) Alight at City Hall MRT station. Take Exit B. Turn left onto North Bridge Road. At the traffic junction of North Bridge Road and Coleman Street, cross the road to Peninsula Plaza. Walk down Coleman Street and turn right into Coleman Lane. Journey time about 5 minutes.

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