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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Majestic Restaurant Chope

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    Chinese Restaurant Majestic's Soft Shell Crab Fried with Citrus Cream Sauce
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    Chinese Restaurant Majestic's Baked Flakey Honey Pork Puff
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    Chinese Restaurant Majestic's Braised Homemade Beancurd with Garlic
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    Majestic Restaurant
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    Majestic Restaurant
  • Majestic Restaurant
    Majestic Restaurant

Located at the much talked about New Majestic Hotel, this modern restaurant serves a precious selection of Chinese cuisine alongside the art deco pieces that grace its walls. The various antique chairs (which deck the white-washed lobby) from the private collection of owner Loh Lik Ping indicate that this is no ordinary restaurant (or hotel, for that matter). What sets Majestic apart is hype, with popular Chef Yong, previously from Doc Cheng’s and Hai Tien Lo, hailing as sous chef. The restaurant’s interior décor comes replete with a miniature chandelier and other odd art objects which you will either love or hate. While the selection may not be as extensive as at other establishments we’ve been to, the food here has been carefully prepared, and is usually consistent and reliable. The starters, the crab meat soup with fish maw and mushroom, and hot and sour soup; which come piping hot straight from the kitchen, are delectable openers to an overall satisfying meal. The wok-fried Japanese hand-pulled noodles is a yummy dish and other dishes such as the crispy chicken marinated with wasabi and distillers grain sauce and braised tofu with garlic are welcome additions to any meal. The latter, especially, is a delight, as the homemade tofu’s texture is oh-so-soft and ultra slithery—one of the best we’ve had. Certainly one of the hippest and more exciting Chinese restaurants in town.


Have you tried the Crispy Durian Ice Cream? It's one of I-S Magazine's 50 things to eat in Singapore before you die (2010) or the chilled durian, which made the list in 2012. Or the Peking duck skin, foie gras and prawn combo? It's one of I-S Magazine's 50 things to eat in Singapore before you die (2011)

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Phone: 6511-4718
Majestic Restaurant, New Majestic Hotel, 31-37 Bukit Pasoh Rd., Singapore, 089845 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Outram Park

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sun 11:45am-3pm, 6-10:30pm

Price Range:

$

Cuisine:

Chinese

Open Since:

January, 2006
Reservation recommended, Parking available: at Bukit Pasoh Rd., valet available for dinner period, Takeaway available, Dress requirements: Smart Casual
9.33333
 
 
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