The NEW 国宴 (guo yan) feast at Imperial Feast Restaurant aims to serve you exquisite imperial feast based on the finest banquet traditionally reserved for hosting important politicians and foreign ambassadors.
The term 国宴 (guo yan) means state banquet, which traditionally features a myriad of legendary cooking techniques from all over imperial China. At Imperial Feast, the dishes are skillfully prepared by award-winning Chef Wu Hai Feng whom has 20 years of experience under his belt.
The dishes at Imperial Feast are rooted in Huaiyang and Cantonese cuisine, with elements of Western cooking to appeal to international appetites.
The Imperial Feasy Restaurant Menu:
- GUO YAN 6-COURSE MEAL
Cost: Promotional cost now at $88.00++/person, 1-for-1 promotion!
1) IMPERIAL FEAST TRIO APPETIZER PLATTER
This starter dish consists of crispy fried prawn paste roll, savoury scallop with cheese and tender abalone paired with a dollop of wasabi.
2) CHRYSANTHEMUM TOFU SOUP
This is one of Guo Yan’s unique dish as well as a delicacy that requires many years of knife training experience to execute. It consists of silky tofu finely sliced into 3,600 strands to form the shape of a chrysanthemum flower! The soup is made of chicken broth that is slow-simmered with 2 types of chicken for 8 hours. It has won the Grand Champion at 2015 Chinese World Chef Championships and second runner-up at the Chinese National Chef Championships.
3) BRAISED PORK BELLY
This traditional Huaiyang dish is prepared by braising succulent pork belly for 12 hours in fragrant soy sauce and Shaoxing wine, served with barley, pine nuts and kumquat. The pork belly is very soft and tender to the bite, all thanks to the usage of Spanish Kurobuta pork.
4) FRIED COD FISH WITH GREEN PUREE
Guandong dish with a Western twist, the cod fish is fried to a golden brown and paired well with a Western-style puree made from its’ distinct Cantonese flavours: a blend of spring onions, soy sauce and ginger.
5) TOBIKO EGG WHITE FRIED RICE WITH CRAB MEAT AND SCALLOP
This is a very unique fried rice: It consists of fragrant fried rice with scallops and crab meat, topped with crunchy gold dusted rice puffs and tobiko. That addition of gold puffs add a satisfying crunch to the otherwise usual fried rice. Also, it is not overly fried or oily, instead it has a right amount of fragrant and taste.
6) DOUBLE BOILED PEACH GUM WITH RED DATES & DRIED LONGAN
Packed full of health benefits, this nourishing & collagen booster dessert can help in your digestive system, easing the joints and it is also great for beauty.
Opening Hours: Daily 11:00AM – 2:30PM, 6:00PM – 10:00PM
Contact Number: +65-6794-4528
Facebook Website: https://www.facebook.com/ImperialFeast/
48 Boon Lay Way
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Directions: If Jurong East MRT is nearer for you, then alight at Jurong East MRT Station and exit towards the JEM mall. Exit the mall, cross Jurong Gateway Road to Boon Lay Way along The Big Box mall. Ng Teng Fong hospital should be across this road. Follow along Boon Lay Way, cross Jurong East Street 11 and walk a little further, to your left is The Chevrons. Enter this building and climb the curved stairs to the 3rd level. You will be able to see Imperial Feast Restaurant. (Walking time approx 15mins).
If you prefer not to walk, then go the to Jurong East bus interchange just outside of the MRT Station. Take bus 52 or 105 and alight on the 6th stop – Opp the Synergy.
If Clementi MRT is nearer for you, then alight at Clementi MRT Station, exit down the bridge that link to Clementi mall and take bus 52 or 105 for 6 stops to The Synergy. Cross the bridge to The Chevrons.