$20 for $40 Worth of Dim Sum and Other Cantonese Cuisine at Old Hong Kong Taste Restaurant in Serangoon Gardens preorder now- 50%
$20 for $40 Worth of Dim Sum and Other Cantonese Cuisine at Old Hong Kong Taste Restaurant in Serangoon Gardens
- Dine on authentic Hong Kong cuisine at its best
- Wide range of dim sum at reasonable prices
- Healthy, heartwarming and nutritious fare
- Cosy and comfortable ambience
- Great place for a quick snack or a full dinner
Fine PrintValid 2 months. Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 Groupon per 2 pax, no single diner allowed. Valid for dine-in only. Not valid for beverages. Not valid with other promotions and discounts. Not valid on eve of and on PH, and 17 June 2012.
Reservation required, call 6834 3013.
Valid at Old Hong Kong Taste Restaurant only:
myvillage @ Serangoon Gardens 02-01
Groupon printout MUST be presented.
Groupon excludes GST and Service Charge.
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Fittingly, the history of dim sum is not much to digest, just like its actual contents. Fill up on bite sized portions with today's Groupon to Old Hong Kong Taste Restaurant:For $20, you get $40 Worth of Dim Sum and other Cantonese Cuisine.
Whet burgeoning appetites and satisfy growling bellites with a masterful array of authentic Hong Kong cuisine at its best. Coming in delectable bites of oriental goodness, and choosing from a variety of steamed, fried and chilled foods, try classic Chinese dishes such as their Marinated Meat Platter ($18), Sweet and Sour Pork with Lychee ($13.80), and their house speciality Dim Sum in the Cage ($20.80).
Add a dash of carbs with their Triple Taste Rice ($12.80) or Stewed Ee Fu Noodle with Chives ($12), and finish off a delectable meal with a fitting dessert such as their Glutinous Rice Ball with Mango Custard ($5.50).
Take your pick of their fantastic selection of teas that offer both nutrition and a vast range of health benefits, and fully enjoy dining in the cosy and comfortable ambience at Serangoon Gardens.
Despite its name of Old Hong Kong, their menu contains some rather new and interesting ideas like Deep Fried Shrimp with Durian Paste and Malteasers. I will certainly come back here whenever I crave for Chinese cuisine."
- CookSnapEatLove review
Review 2 There is a variety of teas, ranging from Rose Tea to Longan Tea, all served up in a glass kettle atop a glass stove with a candle to keep the tea warm. The appetiser was simple yet satisfying. Anchovies dotted the beancurd cubes alongside sweet chopped chilli - would have loved seconds or a bigger serving."
- TimelessFacade review
Daily: 10.30am - 11pm (last order at 10pm)