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“Great food, reasonably priced”

Min Jiang Goodwood Park Hotel
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Ranked #355 of 11,470 Restaurants in Singapore
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$50 - US$120
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Description: Established in 1982 and named after the Min River in the Sichuan province of China, the Min Jiang restaurant is renowned for serving some of the best Chinese cuisine in Singapore.This award-winning restaurant has a contemporary Oriental appeal with elegant furnishings, polished wooden floors and a classy muted colour scheme. The warm lighting accompanied by soft background music makes for an ideal setting for a cosy and intimate meal. For guests who prefer to dine outdoors, there is an alfresco dining terrace next to the hotel’s main pool, complete with an outdoor grill kitchen. The six private dining rooms are perfect for private business meals, social gatherings and even small weddings.Min Jiang features a repertoire of popularSichuanand Cantonese dishes and diners can also enjoy a delectable dim sum selection every day, served on trolleys and barbecued specialties from the outdoor grill kitchen in the evenings.
Reviewed 29 December 2016

I was there on Christmas Eve and had the set dinner. The food was simply delicious. Each item complimented each other very well.

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Reviewed 19 December 2016 via mobile

Cards on the table, I really like the food here - their Lobster Szechuan hot pot rocks and we've had very few bad dishes across a wide range of options over the years but.... it's always been pricey and now it's getting silly - the lobster dish we love used to be charged at a fixed rate for small medium or large but now it's per 100g and unless you're careful, your waitress will decide how much you need - Sgd135 of lobster later..... the wine list is decent but at the higher end price wise for Singapore and sadly the service tonight was pretty sloppy, not bringing dishes together, trying to clear tables when we're not finished, trying to serve wine but not watching when we're empty (would much rather a bucket on the table and we serve ourselves!!)... still like the atmos of the outside tables and will go again but Imperial Treasure in Paragon is better value for money....

Thank Phill2810
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Reviewed 30 November 2016 via mobile

Min Jiang came to me very highly recommended and it did not disappoint on any aspect. This is authentic Asian dining at its best.

Seating is available inside or out which is always a choice I appreciate and we were seated straight away even with the restaurant close to capacity.

The Xiao Long Bao are some of the finest I have had anywhere in Asia. We ordered a selection of main dishes to share and all were excellent.

Thank James L
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Reviewed 28 November 2016

Min Jiang Restaurant has been around since 1982. I can still recall the time when they had their outlet across the road where the Spa is now situated. In those days, we enjoyed their selection of Sichuan and Cantonese dishes, particularly their Chicken diced with Dried Chilies; Long beans with minced meat; their Mango pudding and Pancake dessert; etc.

We returned to dine at this restaurant and I was surprised to see that they’ve moved into the Goodwood Park Hotel. The entrance is small and unimpressive, dining tables lined in a long tight row inside, but in a more spacious arrangement outside at the verandah next to the Hotel’s main swimming pool. The outdoor space is cooled by ceiling fans, whilst inside, it’s air conditioned. There are six private dining rooms.
Service was initially attentive and polite, although several times when I wanted some attention, I found no waitresses visible, possibly they were busy serving elsewhere.

We ordered the famed Peking Duck done in two styles; the Ham and Melon soup; The Marble Goby; the Abalone with Tofu; and the Noodles with Lobster. The first dish to come was the complimentary birthday buns. Small, but adequate in size so as not to fill you up. The Peking Duck was served all wrapped neatly in wheat wraps. This was tasty especially with the plum sauce, and with the spring onion shoots giving it a crunch. The Ham and Melon soup was delicious with a hint of stock aroma. The Goby fish had a meat that was sweet and slightly crunchy, but it also had lots of bones; the Abalone with Tofu was disappointing as the abalone meat ( a sliced piece ) was tough and the tofu unremarkable. When the Duck returned, the meat was minced and fried. This was to be placed on and eaten with lettuce leaves. We found the meat too dry and saltish. The Noodles and Lobster was just alright, meaning there was no Wow! factor. Served with a well-flavoured stock, a small portion of noodles and perhaps two to three mouths full of lobster meat.

Average cost per person for this meal without wine was $70.00. It’s certainly not cheap to dine here as almost every item is chargeable as ‘per portion’. Consider the Marble Goby, served about 100 grams in a small cup costing $20.00 per cup; or the Noodles with Lobster (actually half a small lobster) at $26.00 a portion. Neither of the above two ‘portions’ will fill you up. We brought a magnum bottle of red wine and there was no corkage charge. Being inside a five star hotel, I suppose the charges need to be classy as well, but their standards I feel, need some catching up!

Operating Hours: 
Lunch & Dim Sum: 11.30am – 2.30pm (Monday to Saturday), 11am – 2.30pm (Sunday) 
Dinner: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Dim Sum High Tea Buffet:
Available from 3pm to 5.30pm on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday

Min Jiang Restaurant, 
22 Scotts Road, 
Goodwood Park Hotel
, Singapore 228221
Tel : +65 6730 1704
Nearby MRT Station : Orchard

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6  Thank John-KT-Lim
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Reviewed 17 November 2016

This restaurant offers one of the best Peking Duck in Singapore. The skin is very crisp and the meat they serve afterwards, the buns and crepes are very crisp. The food is always good and I have been there for many years and go back every time I visit Singapore. A lot of space and ideal with families and large parties.

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Thank FranceGlobetrotter
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