last time i came imperial treasure teochew at level 4 ngee ann city was on 1.9.2013. wa…almost a year now…
that’s the plus point about blogging. memories do not get better, but at least i can refer back. 🙂
i ordered the usual 1/2 teochew braised duck S$28, and charcoal broiled pork collar. children ordered the rest. 🙂
i think the teochew braised duck is exceedingly good, lots better than all the teochew restaurants like chui huay lim, or cheaper ones like mu liang zai liang kee. it was the usual moist, tender & very flavourful. i do a very good teochew braised duck myself. this though was somewhat different, the meat was tender but firm, not overcooked, and very flavourful. 🙂
charcoal broiled pork collar was good as always, though portion had shrunk!
har gao (虾饺) always good here, thin skin, tasty filling. 🙂
the har fun cheong (虾粉肠) and char siew fun cheong (叉烧粉肠) were almost good HK standard, smooth skin tasty fillings. 🙂
this reminded me that the fun cheong at timhowan were also very good.
this was good – already said!
siew yoke (烧肉) was leaner & very good this time, very nicely pressed, good consistency, crispy skin & tasty. this such a standard common dish but surprisingly many other restaurants can still get it wrong.
this was ok competent.
this kind of too much bones & fat. taste was good but many places like royal china did a much better steamed pork ribs.
this was ok. did not leave any impression.
always enjoyed the fried rice here. this had less chilli & less robust flavours than the excellent spicy seafood fried rice at crystal jade lamian xiolongbao. have to put them both as my equal favourites. 🙂
the crystal jade version had inspired my own pretty good seafood fried rice. haha! 🙂
wife ordered the teochew char kueh teow. kueh teow was too soft but taste was pretty ok & there were quite many prawns. i am ok with this dish, not my favourite & for me neither was the one at chui huay lim.
this was good, better than the salted egg custard bun at royal china (with the strange mango concoction) but canton paradise might be even better than this.
total bill was S$186nett. not cheap at S$31pax nett for dim sum but a tasty enjoyable lunch with variety & quality of food to please all. 🙂