Imperial Feast is finally back at Chevrons after months of renovation. The newly-furbished restaurant unveils a welcoming and homely vibe, decked with bright yellow and white oriental settings with a contemporary twist. On top of that, the experienced and award-winning Chef Wu Hai Feng has also recently joined the Imperial Feast family as the newly-appointed Executive Chef. If you haven’t heard about his credentials, let me share them with you. He is the winner of World Chef Champion 2015 and has prepared state dinners for political leaders such as President Bill Clinton and President Jiang Ze Min. With that in mind, guests can expect to enjoy a myriad of high-quality Chinese-Cantonese dishes at a very reasonable price. So, surprise your family with a posh reunion meal at Imperial Feast this Chinese New Year.
Since Imperial Feast is offering a wide array of options, I shall not bore you with a list but instead recommend you 3 must-try dishes when you’re here.
Pan-fried Spanish Kurobuta Pork with Pomelo // $30
This photo does not do this succulent Spanish Kurobuta Pork with Pomelo any justice. The pork was well-marinated, tender and very juicy. It definitely went very well with the addictive sweet-savoury sauce, and the pomelo (a hint of sourness) was a great finish to the overall dish!
Fried Prawn with Passion Fruit Sauce // $25
This was superb! Prawns were crispy on the outside and crunchy on the inside. Paired with the sweet-sour passion fruit sauce, I can finish this alone in no time! A must-try!
Cod Fillet with Teriyaki Sauce // $18
The cod fish was cooked to perfection – crispy exterior with a soft, melty interior. There wasn’t any fishy smell or taste. Pair it with the sauce for maximum pleasure.
Nearest Mrt Station: Jurong East
Location: 48 Boon Lay Way #03-06 The Chevrons Singapore 609961
What To Order: All 3 dishes
Restaurant Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 8/10
Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)