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[Singapore] Spring Court Restaurant

Peking Duck
Peking Duck from Spring Court Restaurant

Spring Court has a long history. According to its website, it is still a family-run business and having started in 1929, it’s the oldest Chinese restaurant in Singapore. Chinese restaurants are popular with older folks for birthday celebrations so this is where we went to for a family dinner.

The current promotion is a 82 cents Peking duck dish in celebration of its 82nd anniversary (until 30 Sep 2011, check out the website for terms and conditions).

Here’s a quick overview of the dishes we ordered.

Peking Duck Crepe
DIY Peking Duck Crepe

Popiah (this is also a popular item on the menu)

Braised Abalone (we ordered two portions to share)

Broccoli with Scallops
Broccoli with Scallops

Steamed Fish
Steamed fresh fish with shredded scallions

Fresh steamed fish
Serving the steamed fresh fish

E Fu Noodles
Peking duck second way – Stir-fried e fu noodles

Coconut Dessert
Coconut dessert

Hashima Dessert
Hashima dessert

Orr Nee

Mango Pudding
Mango Pudding

Honeydew Sago
Honeydew Sago

Mango Dessert
Complimentary dessert for sharing

The menu has standard fare typically found in traditional Chinese restaurants. The food was fresh and generally very good tasting. Staff was attentive and service was very good too.

Total bill for 5 persons was just under SGD250. The dishes were reasonably priced and the Peking Duck promo certainly helped to sweeten the overall experience.

Spring Court Restaurant
Address: 52-56 Upper Cross Street Singapore 058348
(across from Chinatown Point carpark)
Tel: 6449-5030
Operating Hours: 11 am to 230pm (lunch); 6pm to 10.30pm (dinner)
Website: click here

This article is penned by contributing writer, B.


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