27 September 2014 (Sat) I stepped into Grand Mandarina, grand indeed! I was informed much earlier by the staff to come for food tasting and for a whole month i was really looking forward to this food tasting as i once saw a friend’s facebook status eating the Empurau fish which costs more than a grand per kg! I would like to thank my good friend Amos for introducing me to the owner of this Chinese fine dining restaurant.
The first dish..
I was glad that i am able to bring a friend to the food tasting and immediately i thought of my good friend from Yebber. (; At the food tasting, i got to know FoodiePink, Dairy & Cream, Foodolicious and TheDessertPrince.
You must think i am crazy to share their links here.. Honestly i do not care as i compete with no one but myself and good food blogs should be shared!
😉 Authenticity and generosity overflows…
I really like the clear soup and chinese marrow.
The fish serving may look small here but i took 10 minutes to finish that.
The fried rice oh my…
Do not underestimate this by the look of it.
The salted egg is literally oozing out! It has a not so sandy kind of salted egg feel and perfect for my taste buds! I can totally eat 10 of this!
One of the owners of the restaurant came by and asked us how was the food. The owners run various businesses and came together to start a Chinese fine dining f&b business in the heart of Singapore Chinatown. #INSPIRATION
Since 18 May 2014, occupying two floors in the thye shan mansion off New Bridge Road, Grand Mandarina Restaurant’s contemporary setting represents the quintessence of fine dining. In addition to the two private dining rooms, her flexible seating capacity can host functions from 60 persons (single storey) to 150 persons (double storey).
Grand Mandarina revises her menu from time to time. Her #BEST, you may want to check out her 忘不了Empurau Fish (three days advance order required).
Address: 325 New Bridge Road #01 and #02 Singapore 088760