$40 for $80 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine at Mandarin Court Chinese Restaurant in Orchard. $60 for $120 Option Available.
- Fabulous selection of traditional Cantonese dishes
- Warm and authentic Chinese atmosphere
- Highly-acclaimed and award-winning restaurant
- Warm, friendly staff able to cater to any dietary requirement
- Located at Mandarin Orchard Singapore near Somerset MRT
- $80 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine
- $120 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine
Valid 3 months. Limit 1 Groupon per table per bill, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid for dine-in and ala carte menu items only. Not valid for promotional set menus and with other promotions and discounts. Not valid for dim sum buffet on Sat, Sun and PH.
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The Chinese meal is a culmination of life’s greatest virtues – onions symbolizing life's layers, soy sauce showing that life is enhanced with flavours and stir-fry representing how combinations of joys and challenges can be a cuisine of beauty. Revel in comestible culture with today’s Groupon to Mandarin Orchard Hotel and choose between 2 options:
- For $40, you get $80 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine.
- For $60, you get $120 Worth of Cantonese Cuisine.
Carb fans will be delighted by the plethora of rice, noodles and congee begging to be devoured, from the Steamed ‘Mian Xian’ with Chinese Rice Wine and Ginger topped with Fresh Crab Claw ($18) to their Fragrant Fried Rice with Crabmeat, Fish Roe and Diced Mushroom ($12/person).
Tackle some of Chef Kong's Specialities which include Poached Grouper with Rice Vermicelli in Fish Consommé ($18/per person) and Pan-fried Lamb Rack with Black Pepper Sauce ($24/person), before gushing over appetizers such as their Stir-fried Alaskan Crab Claw with Salted Egg Yolk ($20) and Drunken Chicken ($12).
Enjoy a fine selection of traditional dishes in a highly-acclaimed and popular restaurant, with the friendly staff ever-ready to try to cater to any dietary requirement.
After the soup, we were served the Special Appetizer which had crispy silver bait, a portion of crisp Peking duck skin, and a mushroom tempura. I like the duck skin the most as it was crisp without being oily."
- Sparklingorstill review
Meat is also excellent. Of course, it is difficult to miss the Traditional Beijing Duck Served with Home-Made Chinese Pancakes. This is kind of a show to see the cook coming by your table with a trolley, and prepare the whole duck according to the rules. First of all, the well roasted and crispy skin is removed carefully. Then, the skin is rolled inside what they call pancakes, but which actually rather looks like the Greek Pita bread. Much enjoyable: both for the eyes and the palate. Then, the duck meat is chopped, and served with some sunflower seeds. That wonderful specialty can be enjoyed as a main course: a duck can generously accommodate four hungry people."
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Monday to Friday: 12pm-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 11am-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10pm