Sunday, 17 December 2017

Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine

It has been a year since Imperial Treasure Teochew Cuisine moved from Takashimaya to Ion Orchard. Located on the 3rd floor, the always-fully-booked Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine was one of the new entrants that made its way into 2017 Michelin Guide Singapore. My dining companions and I finally managed to get seats for dinner yesterday, despite walking in without prior reservations. Thin slices of tender duck meat were poached in a mix of soya sauces and spices that was not too salty, and served on top of marinated beancurd. Skin of the roast pork was a tad thick but still crispy, and there was an equal amount of meat and fats. We also ordered the recommended homemade beancurd with Chinese spinach and mushrooms – not on the menu, and hor fun with sliced pork (instead of beef) in peanut sauce. And I added an individual portion of succulent prawn with lovely egg white in truffle oil that did not overwhelm. Could neither rave about nor fault any of the dishes we ordered.

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