Imperial Treasure Nan Bei Restaurant, Suntec City

Imperial Treasure is one of our no-brainer dinner choices. We probably go there for dinner almost as often as other people have homecooked dinners with their families.

Today, we got the Steamed Mushroom Dumpling ($3.80), crystal dumplings with diced mushrooms, carrots and long beans.

This was delicate and earthy, the dumpling skin was chewy, the mushrooms were flavourful, and the carrots and long beans added some crunch. This would probably be perfect for health-nuts.

We also got the Steamed Glutinous Rice in Lotus Leaves ($3.80), this was aromatic and packed with flavour and ingredients, there was an abundance of succulent chicken and salted egg yolk.

The BF got the Beef Brisket Noodles ($6.80), beef tendons that are stewed so soft they take on the texture of fats. It's like eating fats without the guilt and clogged arteries.

Of course I got my Pork and Vegetable Wanton Soup ($4.50), which the manager automatically remembered to hold off the spring onions. I love it when restaurant managers know you well enough to remember all your preferences, it saves time repeating our "personalised" orders.

7 June 2010

A quick update: Please note that they've closed this outlet down. The only available Nan Bei restaurants are at Takashimaya and Tampines

Imperial Treasure Nan Bei Restaurant
3 Temasek Boulevard
Suntec City #B1-011
Tel: 6339 3118
Open daily from 10am to 11pm

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