Are you reading this and having an insatiable craving for Dim Sum at the same time? You can rejoice because we will present to you Si Chuan Dou Hua at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road! With a great quality spread of over 50 items to choose from, this restaurant stretches every dollar you spend and will leave you fully satisfied.
This restaurant specialises in Sichuan and Cantonese-style cuisine, prepared by chefs hailing from the aforementioned regions. Guests are entitled to enjoy the signature specialties such as the nutritious double-boiled soups, juicy roast meats and handmade dim sum.
Getting straight to the point, allow us to present to you our favourite picks from the menu!
1. Double Boiled Cartilage Soup
A great starting appetiser, the warmness of the soup goes straight to your heart, and it boasts high nutritional values. The texture is smooth and you will not be disappointed by the richness of the soup’s ingredients once it hits your taste buds!
2. Sliced Pork in Garlic & Chilli Sauce
The chef’s recommendation as the first meat to kickstart your appetite, this is their signature sliced pork immersed with an extremely savory garlic & chilli sauce combination. Not only is the pork succulent and melts in your mouth – it makes a great combo with the chilli spices and is sure to bring out the flavour of the meat.
3. Signature Pork Belly Roll with Yam
The flawless texture of the white bun makes this look like a perfect char siew bun – but don’t be mistaken!
Inside this delicious treat resides an abundance of pork belly mixed with yam. This unique combination has not been tried before by many, but we guarantee you will not regret your decision! The pork belly is roasted to goodness and it surprisingly goes well with yam! For yam lovers, this will be your excellent choice during the buffet!
4. Stir Fried Beef with Bitter Gourd in Black Bean Sauce
This dish is a classic one well-known to all Chinese “tze char” restaurants, where you get stir fried beef in black bean sauce – along with vegetables such as bitter gourd (for this one). The quality of this dish is on par with famous restaurants featured in Singapore, and we were satisfied with the quality of the stir friend beef – cooked close to perfection.
5. Hakka Dumpling with Turnips
Moving along to the real “dimsum” category, this Hakka dumpling stuffed with turnips is VERY generous in its fillings! It might look small from the photo, but in reality you can tell from its perky shape that once you bite into this dumpling, the fillings inside simply spillover to your tongue and you can enjoy the Hakka filling along with the savoury turnips.
6. Siew Mai with Dice Abalone
Of course, no dim sum restaurant can be called a dim sum restaurant if they did not serve ‘Siew Mai’. However, what makes Si Chuan Dou Hua special is that they serve quality Siew Mai as well as diced abalone on top of it! It makes an excellent bonus on top of a great Chinese dish.
7. Steamed Yam Paste with Salted Egg Yolk
Salted Egg Yolk? Yes, please! Normally people would expect a smooth custard bursting into their mouths, similar to that at Swee Choon or 126.
However, Si Chuan Dou Hua’s Salted Egg Yolk is drier in nature, and this is good because it gives you the full taste of the egg yolk. This also goes well together with the yam paste inside the bun. I particularly loved the marble swirl pattern of the bun!
8. Beef Brisket Noodle Soup
This dim sum buffet is not all just about dim sum and a la carte meat – you also have a choice of noodles, porridge and rice. And mind you, it’s not just any noodle on the street. You can tell from the image that the noodle has the right thickness, glow, and the beef brisket soup has the correct “zhup” richness. A humble portion is served so that your stomach will be able to take this and enjoy the other 50 buffet items!
9. Homemade Bean Curd with Wolfberry
This is simply delicious! Apart from the beancurd pudding that everyone was crazed was with Laoban and 51, this restaurant serves the traditional style bean curd that isn’t processed, but homemade. Topped with wolfberries, it complements the nutritious bean curd that isn’t too sweet either!
9. Meat Lovers
And just to tease all you meat-lovers out there, Si Chuan Dou Hua has not forgotten to delight you with their variety of roast meats. Just watch them glisten under the lightning!
These may have been the top picks, however, there are over 50 items on the menu and we strongly encourage you to try out everything else if you can take the capacity! We were not disappointed by any selection so far so this proves to be a reputable indication for the rest of the items!
– Weekday Lunch(Mon-Thu): $32++ per adult | $20.80++ per child
– Weekend Lunch(Fri – Sun, Eve of and Public Holiday): $38++ per adult | $22.80++ per child
Available for lunch daily from 11:30am to 3:00pm.
Promotion for all UOB & HSBC Credit & Debit Cardholder (1 Oct – 31 Dec 2015)
UOB & HSBC Credit Cardholder dines free with every three accompanying diners from 1 October to 31 December 2015
For reservations or more information, please call Si Chuan Dou Hua at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road at 6428 3170
*TERMS & CONDITIONS*
1. All prices quoted are subject to GST and service charge.
2. Tea and pickles are chargeable at SGD5.88 per person.
3. Only available for lunch at Si Chuan Dou Hua, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road.
4. Valid from 1 October 2015 to 31 December 2015 daily for dine-in only with a choice of two sittings on weekends from 11:30am to 1:00pm or 1:30pm to 3:00pm
5. Minimum of four diners, up to a maximum of twelve diners per table per bill (with 12 guests, three dine for free).
6. Payment must be made by UOB or HSBC credit cards.
7. Offer is not valid in conjunction with other existing discounts and promotions.