22 Scotts Road
Goodwood Park Hotel
Singapore 228221

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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Available only at Min Jiang @goodwoodparkhotelsg Five Blessings ‘Lo Hei’ 五福迎春齐捞起 is available for Dine-in: $298++ per large portion and Takeaway/delivery: $321.85 nett per large portion (presentation differs from dine-in).

Starring lobster, 6-head abalones, raw salmon, Hokkaido scallops and crispy salted egg yolk fish skin. Served with a colourful array of fresh and julienne vegetables like arugula, yellow frisee, romaine lettuce, purple shiso, carrots and pink baby radish, it is also garnished with pomelo, pickles and edible flowers, along with deep-fried sweet potato strips, pine nuts, crushed roasted peanuts and roasted sesame. It is accompanied by an invigorating dressing of plum sauce, strawberry jam, calamansi juice, lime, ginger flower buds, chilli padi, garlic and onion. Exclusively for presentation during dine-in, this magnificent ‘yu sheng’ is adorned with a beautiful illustration of two rabbits in a bamboo forest that is personally hand-painted by Master Chef Chan Hwan Kee of Min Jiang.

Location: Min Jiang, Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221

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🧧Five Blessings ‘Lo Hei.
yu sheng with lobster, 6-head abalones, raw salmon, Hokkaido scallops and crispy salted egg yolk fish skin.
Exclusively for presentation during dine-in, this yu sheng is adorned with a beautiful illustration of two rabbits in a bamboo forest that is personally hand-painted by Master Chef Chan Hwan Kee of Min Jiang.
Available only at Min Jiang Goodwoodpark Hotel.
💰Dine-in: $298++ per large portion.
💰Takeaway/delivery: $321.85 nett per large portion (presentation differs from dine-in).

🧧Double-boiled Abalone Soup with Handmade Dace Fish Balls and Matsutake Mushrooms in Claypot
Comfort and flavourful claypot of luxurious ingredients such as whole abalones, fried eel fish maw, deep-fried handmade dace fish balls with black moss ‘fa cai’, conch meat, matsutake mushrooms and radish.
💰Takeaway/delivery: $321.85 nett for 6 persons, includes claypot.

🧧Min Jiang Five Fortune Appetiser Platter.
Perfect platter to start off the reunion meal with,consist of Chilled Mini Abalone with Sweet Chilli Dressing, Deep-fried Prawn with Mentaiko Mayonnaise, Marinated Jellyfish Flower, Barbecued Ibérico ‘Char Siew’ and Boxing Chicken slathered in a sticky marmite sauce.
💰Takeaway/delivery only: $192.25 nett for 6 persons.

🧧Braised Pork Belly, Minced Pork Ball with Quail Egg, Chicken Rolls and Sea Treasures in Pot
Treasure pot consist of minced pork balls each stuffed with a whole quail egg; tender pan-fried chicken rolls, Australian abalones, sea cucumbers, dried oysters, dried scallops, black moss ‘fa cai’, flower mushrooms and Tientsin cabbage. Served in pork chicken broth.
💰available for Takeaway/delivery: $429.85 nett for 6 persons, includes pot.

🧧Bountiful Bunnies ‘Nian Gao’ with Black Sesame Paste.
💰Takeaway/delivery: $59.80 nett for 8 pieces (Dine-in: $18++ for 2 pieces at Min Jiang and Min Jiang at Dempsey)

For more information can visit this link https://www.goodwoodparkhotel.com/dining/min-jiang-dempsey

This was one of the signature items recommended. They serve drumstick and fillet meat. The duck was tender and the skin was crispy. I can taste a tinge of the camphor tea. I was disappointed with the wrap. When i put the wrap the meat, I can only taste like flour. The wrap was abit too thick.

The filling in the siew mai was chicken. The prawn wasnt very big so you cant get the crunch. The siewmai was abit soft.

The pork roll was cold so I didn really like it. The baby abalone was ok and wasn't spicy. The lobster medallion was amazing. It was spicy and coated with salted egg so quite sinful. That ball was packed with lobster meat.

The dimsum was abit bland. I can't taste the scallops inside but I do taste the dried scallops on top. I am abit disappointed since it was one of the recommended items on the menu.

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