Monday, 1 April 2013

Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck (Asia Square)

Dim Sum at Imperial Treasure Super Peking duck at Asia Square. 

BBQ Pork Bun

Normally I do not order Char Siew Pao when I have dim sum but I feel that it is a must try at imperial treasure. The bun is so soft and the char siew inside is so well marinated. It would taste even better if  the filling is more.

 Price: $3.60

Banana roll with red bean paste

The first piece was wonderful with the great combination of the banana and red bean paste taste. However it felt a bit too oily after the 2nd piece. It would be better if the crust is thinner.

Price: $3.60

Siew Mai

The siew mai is pretty normal. Noting special about them.

Price: $4.80

BBQ Pork Rice Roll

The chee cheong fun was ok. The skin is thin but not those extremely thin kind. The BBQ pork wrapped in it is kind of little. I thought it will be better if the filling can be more generous.

Price: $5.50

Beancurd roll with taro and pork

This is something special. There is this big piece of yam and some pork wrapped with beancurd skin. It comes in 3 and soaked in some broth. It is light and this is the kind of dish I would prefer while eating dim sum.

Price: $4.80

Steam custard bun

Basically a dim sum meal will not be consider a proper one without ending it with steam custard bun! I have to say that the custard bun here is one of the better ones that I have tasted. You have to eat it with care because the watery custard oozes out of the bun can scald your tongue! The important part of the steam custard bun is that the taste of the filling has to be sweet and salty at the same time and of cause it has to be watery enough.

Price: $4.20

Eventually we cancelled the egg tarts that we ordered because we were running out of time and it is time to get back to work. Will try that out the next time.

Address: 8 Marina View #02-08/09/10 Asia Square Tower 1

Food: 4/5 Burps
Service: 3.5/5 Burps
Price: 4/5 Burps

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