Peony Jade’s ala-carte buffet is back again and it came just at the right time because Father’s Day is fast approaching in about 3 weeks time. You can surprise/feed your dad to a lavish and sumptuous dinner buffet – “Bring Your Bellies” (over 50 selections) at ONLY $35++ (
usual price: $50)! I mean, how awesome is that?
Now, you must be thinking that the spread will just be so-so/meh (since it’s only $35++) but you are WRONG! This “Bring Your Bellies” ala-carte dinner buffet entitles you to 5 FREE supreme signatures: 1) Double-boiled Supreme Mini Buddha-Jumps-Over-The-Wall, 2) Sautéed Prawn coated with Custard Salted Egg Yolk, 3) Baked Lobster with Morel Mushrooms, 4) Steamed Chilean Sea Bass with Minced Chilli & Garlic Paste and 5) Deep-fried Fresh Plump Oysters in Cantonese “Bi-Fung-Tang” style. Legit need to bring an empty stomach for the buffet (I think I’ll skip my dinner the day before)! So, feed your dad this Father’s Day with this value-for-money yet lavish “Bring Your Bellies” ala-carte dinner buffet at Peony Jade! Confirm filial until cannot filial! haha!
Here are some T&Cs to take note:
Terms & Conditions:
• Valid from now till 14 June 2018
• Valid daily during dinner from 6pm to 11pm (Last Food Order 09.45pm)
• Minimum 4 pax to dine.
• Cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions, discounts or vouchers.
• Chinese Tea, Pickle & Hand Towel at S$3.50 per person.
• Prices are subjected to 7% GST and 10% service charge.
• The management reserves the right to amend the terms and conditions without prior notice.
Kickstarting the feast with a nourishing Buddha-Jumps-Over-The-Wall. As you can see from the picture, they are really generous with the servings (especially the big fat abalone). The broth was flavourful and very soothing to the throat. I’m already impressed with the first dish.
Deep-fried Fresh Plump Oysters in Cantonese “Bi-Fung-Tang” style
If you’re into oysters, you will probably like this. Oysters were well-fried (crispy skin) and it was really juicy. One bite and you can feel the juice oozing out from the oysters. If you’re not a fan of oysters, you should probably skip this!
Sautéed Prawn coated with Custard Salted Egg Yolk
I guess the salted egg craze hasn’t seem to die down yet because I’m loving everything about this dish. Prawns were really crunchy and they are well-coated with rich and fragrant salted egg yolk. So addictive that you’ll keep popping them into your mouth.
Steamed Chilean Sea Bass with Minced Chilli & Garlic Paste
No fishy taste and the sea bass is well-seasoned with minced chilli and garlic paste. The sweet-spicy combo is really appetising. Sea bass had a really great texture. Can I have a bowl of rice to go with this?
Baked Lobster with Morel Mushrooms
Definitely one of the main highlight of the buffet! Lobsters were really fresh (meat falls off the skin easily) and the sauce was finger-licking good! The mushrooms were really tasty by the way (cos they are all well-soaked with the savoury sauce).
Thank god we can keep ordering the Char-Siew because they are so damn good. They were not too fatty, well-charred, not too sweet and HUGE! So good that everyone was raving about this dish. So, remember to order this! The century egg, on the other hand, was not as fantastic as I thought. It had a subtle bitter aftertaste which I didn’t like.
The long beans were good, in fact, very delicious. They were crunchy and has a great wok-hei flavour. Now, I just need a bowl of porridge to pair with them. Simple but so darn yummy!
Hmm, the Nor Hiang is one of my favourite dish at the buffet. It was crispy, and the fillings were firm. Big chunks of chestnuts in the filling added an extra crunch and sweetness to the Nor Hiang. No condiments required because they already taste good on its own. Another dish worth re-ordering!
Oh my! The braised duck was really tender and juicy. Sauce was super on point. You know it’s good when we finished the entire plate less than a few minutes. Definitely better than the chicken dish which I’m gonna share in awhile.
The chicken was a tad too bland for my liking. But chicken was really tender though. Hopefully more seasoning would do the trick?
You know the prawns are really fresh when they peel off easily from their skin. These were super fresh and the sauce did it for me. It has a great sweet-savoury combination. Trust me, you will be sucking the sauce from the prawns.
Always great to end off a hearty feast with a good, refreshing Chinese dessert. This was not too sweet and I’m loving the jellies:)
Other information you might be interested in:
• $35++ (U.P S$50++) per adult [Mon to Sun, excluding Eve of PH and PH] • S$40.60++ (U.P S$58++) per adult [Eve of PH and PH] • Children aged 6-12: Dine at 50%.
• Children aged 5 and below: Dine FREE with Every Paying Adult.
Per entry carpark: S$3 from 7pm – 930pm at the Open & Multi-storey Carpark
Nearest Mrt Station: Telok Blangah
Location: 10 Bukit Chermin Rd, M Level, Singapore 109918
What To Order: Bring Your Bellies Ala-Carte Dinner Buffet
Restaurant Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 8/10
Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)