Covid19 forces me to stay home and order food from various food apps. It became so boring while eating the same thing over and over! Now, it is my revenge time! I am to head out to various eateries in Singapore – restaurants, cafes, bubble teas, hawker food stores… At Cafe Hopping, I blog about the menus of places to eat and drink in Singapore.
Peach Garden Menu Singapore serves traditional Chinese cuisine.
It features many traditional favorites including Roasted Peking Duck, Fried Carrot Cake with X.O. Chili Sauce, Fried Crispy Eggplant with Pork Floss and Fried Rice with Roasted Pork and X.O. Sauce . These dishes are very popular too, many people love to come back just to eat them. In addition to these specialties, they also offer an extensive selection of vegetarian options and seafood dishes.
Peach Garden Menu Singapore Price List
Peach Garden restaurant was founded in 2002, by Veronica Tan and Angela Ho. Now this restaurant working on three main concept including Classic, casual Dining and fine dining. They have a great variety of foods on their menu. Here is the list of all Peach Garden Singapore menu with price:
Peach Garden Roasted Crispy Peking Duck
|Roasted Crispy Peking Duck (Whole) with Deep-fried Duck Meat with Salt and Pepper||S$116.64|
|Roasted Crispy Peking Duck (Whole) with Stir-Fried Duck Meat with Black Pepper Sauce||S$116.64|
|Roasted Crispy Peking Duck (Whole) with Stir-Fried Duck Meat with Spring Onion and Ginger||S$116.64|
Peach Garden Classic Delicacies
|38 Pieces of Longevity Buns with Lotus Paste (without leaf)||S$ 90.29|
|68 Pieces of Longevity Buns with Lotus Paste (without leaf)||S$ 161.57|
|88 Pieces of Longevity Buns with Lotus Paste (without leaf)||S$ 209.09|
|38 Pieces Longevity Buns with Lotus Paste (with leaf)||S$ 114.91|
|68 Pieces Longevity Buns with Lotus Paste (with leaf)||S$ 205.63|
|88 Pieces Longevity Buns with Lotus Paste (with leaf)||S$ 266.11|
Peach Garden Appetizer
|Chilled Cherry Tomato with Roselle Sauce||S$ 17.28|
|Chilled Crystalline Ice Plant with Sesame Sauce||S$ 17.28|
|Chilled Sliced Pork with Garlic Sauce||S$ 17.28|
|Chilled Petite Abalone with Cloud Fungus||S$ 19.44|
|Kueh Pie Tee||S$ 17.28|
|Fried Carrot Cake with XO Chili Sauce||S$ 17.28|
|Fried Crispy Eggplant with Pork Floss||S$ 17.28|
|Deep-fried Mushroom with Wasabi Salad Cream||S$ 17.28|
|Deep-fried Squid with Salted Egg Yolk||S$ 17.28|
|Deep-fried Soft Shell Crab with Black Truffle Sauce||S$ 19.44|
Peach Garden Barbeque Selection
|Roasted Rack of Suckling Pig (Min. 2 Persons)||S$ 41.04|
|Roasted Crispy Duck (Half)||S$ 51.84|
|Roasted Crispy Duck (Whole)||S$ 95.04|
|Roasted Crispy Pork Cube (Per Portion)||S$ 19.44|
|Barbecue Char Siew (Per Portion)||S$ 19.44|
|Roasted Crispy Chicken with Fresh Fruits and Rojak Sauce (Whole)||S$ 62.64|
|Suckling Pig Combination Platter (Small) (Suckling Pig, Char Siew, Crispy Duck)||S$ 149.04|
|Barbecue Combination Platter (Small) (Crispy Pork Cube, Char Siew, Crispy Duck)||S$ 84.24|
Peach Garden Shark’s Fin and Bird’s Nest
|Flambé Mini Buddha Jump Over the Wall (Per Person)||S$95.04|
|Braised Superior Shark’s Fin with Brown Sauce in Hot Stone Pot (Per Person)||S$116.64|
|Stir-fried Superior Shark’s Fin with Fresh Crab Meat, Crab Roe and Harsma (Per Person)||S$116.64|
|Braised Bird’s Nest Thick Soup with Shredded Chicken and Egg White in Young Coconut (Per Person)||S$95.04|
|Double-boiled Baby Superior Shark’s Fin with Shark’s Bone Cartilage Soup (Per Person)||S$84.24|
|Double-boiled Baby Superior Shark’s Fin in Collagen Chicken Soup (Per Person)||S$84.24|
|Double-boiled Baby Superior Shark’s Fin Soup with Morel Mushroom in Young Coconut (Per Person)||S$73.44|
|Braised Shark’s Fin with Fresh Crab Meat, Dried Scallop and Golden Mushroom (Per Person)||S$51.84|
Peach Garden Soup
|Double-boiled Superior Abalone Soup in Young Coconut (Per Person)||S$45.36|
|Double-boiled Shark’s Bone Cartilage Soup with Dried Scallop, Fish Maw and Bamboo Pith (Per Person)||S$34.56|
|Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Ginseng and Fish Maw (Per Person)||S$34.56|
|Double-boiled Sea Cucumber Soup with Chinese Yam (Per Person)||S$34.56|
|Double-boiled Collagen Chicken Soup with Sea Whelk and Winter Melon (Per Person)||S$32.40|
|Braised Fish Maw Thick Soup with Chives (Per Person)||S$21.60|
|Sichuan Hot and Sour Soup with Assorted Diced Seafood (Per Person)||S$17.28|
Peach Garden Abalone & Seafood
|Flambé Whole 2-Head Abalone with Sea Cucumber (Per Person)||S$116.64|
|Braised Whole 3-Head Abalone with Shiitake Mushroom (Per Person)||S$95.04|
|Braised Whole 6-Head Abalone with Fish Roe and Egg White (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$41.04|
|Superior Seafood Pot in Casserole (Large) (Sliced Abalone, Sea Cucumber, Fish Maw, Tendon, Dried Scallop, Prawn)||S$168.48|
|Hot and Sour Seafood Pot in Casserole (Large) (Sliced Abalone, Sea Cucumber, Fish Maw, Tendon, Dried Scallop, Prawn)||S$177.12|
|Deep-fried Stuffed Sea Cucumber with Foie Gras Sauce (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$34.56|
|Stewed Sea Cucumber with Shrimp Roe and Scallion in Casserole (Large)||S$103.68|
|Braised Fish Maw with Petite Abalone and Mushroom in Casserole (Large)||S$103.68|
Peach Garden Seafood
|Pan-fried Baby Lobster with Chef’s Special Orange Sauce (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$41.04|
|Stewed Giant Grouper Head and Belly with Black Truffle in Casserole (Large||S$112.32|
|Steamed Fillet of Sea Perch with Kam Hua Ham in Superior Soya Sauce (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$30.24|
|Pan-fried Filet of Sea Perch with Honey Mustard (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$30.24|
|Crisp-fried Prawn with Wasabi Salad Cream and Fish Roe (Large)||S$64.80|
|Crisp-fried Prawn with Salted Egg Yolk and Oat Cereal (Large)||S$64.80|
|Pan-fried Tiger King Prawn with Superior Soya Sauce (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$16.20|
|Pan-fried Scallop in Tomato (Large)||S$125.28|
|Stir-fried Australian Fresh Scallop and Crystal Prawn with Wild Mushroom (Large)||S$125.28|
Peach Garden Meat
|Pan-fried Wagyu Beef Cube with Teriyaki Sauce (Large)||S$ 146.88|
|Wok-fried Venison with Spring Onion in Flaming Pineapple (Large)||S$ 82.08|
|Braised ‘Dong Po’ Pork Belly with Mantou (Large)||S$ 64.80|
|Pan-fried Beef Tenderloin with Onion in Cantonese Style (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$ 19.44|
|Stir-fried Kurobuta Pork Cube with Bonito Flakes (Large)||S$ 64.80|
|Sichuan Spicy Chicken (Large||S$ 60.48|
|Sweet and Sour Pork with Lychee (Large)||S$ 60.48|
|Chilled Sweet and Sour Pork on Ice (Large)||S$ 69.12|
|Pan-fried Chicken Steak with Collagen Yuzu Sauce (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$ 16.20|
Peach Garden Vegetable & Beancurd
|Braised Homemade Beancurd with Local Spinach and Baby Abalone (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$14.90|
|Sautéed Asparagus with Purple Sweet Potato and Fresh Chinese Yam (Large)||S$56.16|
|Poached Local Spinach with Golden Mushroom and Trio Eggs (Large)||S$56.16|
|Braised Broccoli with Fresh Crab Meat and Fresh Gluten Puff (Large)||S$64.80|
|Braised Homemade Beancurd with Seafood and Truffle Oil in Casserole (Large)||S$90.72|
|Stir-fried Kai Lan with Yam Cube and Fresh Lily Bulb (Large)||S$60.48|
|Poached Tien Shin Cabbage with Minced Pork and Dried Shrimp in Superior Stock (Large)||S$60.48|
|Braised Vegetables with Cordyceps Flower and Preserved Bean Paste in Casserole (Large)||S$56.16|
|Sautéed Baby Cabbage with Bacon and Truffle Oil (Large)||S$64.80|
Peach Garden Rice & Noodle
|Fried Rice with Petite Abalone and Roast Pork (Large)||S$ 64.80|
|Fried Rice with Fresh Crab Meat, Egg White and Dried Scallop (Large)||S$ 60.48|
|Stewed Baby Lobster Noodle in Lobster Broth (Per Person) (Min. 2 Persons)||S$ 45.36|
|Wok-fried Hor Fun with Sliced Beef (Large)||S$ 56.16|
|Fried Mian Xian with Assorted Diced Seafood (Large)||S$ 56.16|
|Braised Rice Vermicelli with Bitter Gourd, Sliced Fish and Black Bean Sauce (Large)||S$ 60.48|
|Braised Ee-fu Noodle with Wild Mushroom and Chives (Large)||S$ 51.84|
|Crispy Hor Fun with Seafood in Egg Gravy (Large)||S$ 60.48|
|Stir-fried Twin Noodle with Prawn and Collagen Sauce (Large||S$ 69.12|
|Fried Rice with Shredded Duck and ‘Mui Choy’ in Casserole (Large)||S$ 64.80|
Peach Garden Singapore Popular Menu 2023
Peach Garden Singapore is a popular Chinese restaurant in Singapore. It offers a variety of traditional Chinese dishes that can be served as a meal or as a snack. The menu includes dishes such as fried rice, noodles, and dumplings.
The restaurant has several locations throughout Singapore, including one in the Thomson Plaza and another in the Chinatown Point.
The restaurant’s most popular menu items for 2023 include:
Braised Ee-Fu Noodles with Wild Mushroom and Assorted Diced Seafood
This dish is just what it sounds like: a hearty, savory combination of braised ee-fu noodles with wild mushrooms and assorted diced seafood. It’s delicious, but if you’re not sure what to expect when you order it, let me tell you what to expect.
First off, the noodles are soft and chewy. They’re made in house, so they have a unique texture that’s hard to describe—they almost feel like they’ve been cooked in an egg custard. They’re also slightly sweet due to the addition of tapioca flour (which is why these noodles are so good).
Next, there are mushrooms—both fresh ones and dried ones that have been reconstituted. There’s also some brown sauce sprinkled on top, which adds another layer of flavor to this already complex dish.
Finally, there are lots of little pieces of seafood mixed in: shrimp, scallops, squid rings… even some little fish balls! Everything comes together beautifully when mixed together with the noodles and brown sauce. It’s a hearty meal that’ll leave you feeling satisfied for hours after eating it!
Sweet & Sour Pork
I was excited to try the Sweet & Sour Pork at Peach Garden! I’ve been a fan of this restaurant for years, but never tried their sweet and sour pork. I’m also a fan of sweet and sour sauce, so it seemed like a no-brainer.
I was really impressed by the presentation of this dish—the egg roll wrapper was lightly browned and crispy, and there were plenty of slices of pork in each bite. The sauce was tangy but not overpowering, and there were just enough veggies to add some color without making it look like a plate full of salad. It was all served over rice, which provided a nice balance between crunchy and soft textures.
Overall, this is one of my favorite dishes from Peach Garden.
Peach Garden Updated January Menu
Peach Garden is a Chinese restaurant, now it has many restaurant just not in Singapore but also many other countries. They just not become brand on just few items of their menu, they alternatively update and bring new items on their menu.
From the previous last 10 years the Peach Garden Restaurant serve their customers perceptive diners and a wide range of traditional classics charming modern creations. Due to the group’s distinctive and personable service, which is championed by founders Veronica Tan and Angela Ho, the concept has become a top destination for many travelers
Here are some latest pictures of Peach Garden Menu Singapore :
Peach Garden Mooncake
Chinese restaurant Peach Garden is one of the best Singapore’s popular crafter of mooncakes. These cakes must be part of you annual celebration. They use premium pure ingredients to make it delicious.
There is a great variety for selection of both traditional, baked mooncakes and also snow skin mooncakes at Peach Garden outlets. They always update their dishes, now they seen to like focusing on presentation new flavor combinations for the baked variety.
The mini snow soft skin mooncakes, one of the Peach Garden’s specialties, is a n0n-baked delight which is known because of its soft and smooth skin. This cake cake is available in more than 10 flavors. These all are prepared with pure ingredients.
Peach Garden Chinatown
In Singapore Peach Garden has one of the best chain at Chinatown. Peach Garden describes their Chinatown Point outlet as a “fine, casual extension” which offers “award-winning cuisine from Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant and the relaxed atmosphere of Peach Garden Noodle House” in an attempt to combine the best of both worlds.
Peach Garden is one of the top Chinese restaurants in Singapore that aims to charm diners with a great thrilling set menu. It has a wonderful selection of signature dishes that they served carefully plated portion. It is one of the greatest choice for Business Meetings, Casual Dining, Kid Friendly or Quiet Dinner.
Peach Garden Best Seller
They have a variety of delicious Chinese food, including seafood, vegetables and desserts.
Now let’s take a look at their best seller:
Peach Garden Roasted Peking Duck
If you’ve never tried roasted Peking duck, you’re missing out. It’s a dish that’s been around for centuries, and in China, it’s considered a delicacy.
The meat was tender, with just the right amount of fat to make it succulent but not greasy; it melted on my tongue like buttery caramel. The skin was crispy and salty-sweet, with just enough spice to give it an edge without overpowering the rest of the dish. And then there was the sauce… ohhhh, that sauce! It tasted like heaven: sweet but also tangy and spicy at once. It made me feel like a kid again—like this rich sauce could solve any problem or make any wish come true.
If you’re worried about trying something new when ordering Chinese food, don’t be! Roasted Peking duck is definitely worth your time and money.
Fried Crispy Eggplant with Pork Floss
I’ll be honest: I was skeptical about ordering this meal. I ordered it because I wanted to try something different and thought it would be a fun way to learn about a new culture, but I wasn’t expecting much.
When I first saw this dish, I thought it was going to be too sweet for my liking. But then I tried it, and was surprised by how much flavor there is!
The fried crispy eggplant with pork floss is delicious. It’s definitely one of my favorite dishes. The eggplant has a great crunch, and the pork floss adds a nice nutty taste that pairs well with the spiciness of the dish. The dish is also very filling, which makes it perfect for those days when you want something light but still satisfying!
This dish is definitely going on my list of favorites!
Peach Garden Fried Carrot Cake with X.O. Chili Sauce
Who knew you could make fried carrot cake even better? I didn’t. But then I tried it with X.O. chili sauce, and now I’m a believer.
The carrot cake itself is dense and moist, with just the right amount of sweetness to balance out the savory flavors of the chili sauce. The batter is fried in generous chunks, which means that every bite has a perfect ratio of cake to batter (and thus, to fried deliciousness). The chili sauce is slightly spicy but not overwhelmingly so, with a slight sweetness that complements the rest of the dish perfectly.
The fresh and crunchy outside, the soft and spongy inside, and the sweet-and-salty x.o. chili sauce that came with it was all excellent. The dish was really well-balanced and easy to eat, which made it a great choice for lunch on a busy day.
I would definitely recommend this if you’re looking for something different at your next party—it’s sure to be a hit!
Peach Garden Delivery Locations
The restaurant Peach garden has more than five delivery locations in Singapore. Here is the list of all Peach Garden outlets in Singapore :
Chinatown Point (Chinese Casual Dining)
133 New Bridge Road, #02-36, Chinatown Point
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 11am-10pm, Saturday-Sunday 10:30am-10:30pm
401 Havelock Road, Level 3, Hotel Miramar
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 11am-3:30pm, 6pm-10:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-5pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
OCBC Centre (Fine Chinese Dining)
65 Chulia Street, #33-01, OCBC Centre
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11:30am-2:30pm, 6pm-10pm
The Metropolis (Chinese Casual Dining)
9 North Buona Vista Drive, #02-02, Tower 1, The Metropolis
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11:30am-3:30pm, 6pm-10:30pm
301 Upper Thomson Road, #01-88, Thomson Plaza
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-10am, 11am-2:30pm, 3pm-5pm (High Tea), 6pm-10:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 9:30am-2:30pm, 3pm-5pm (High Tea), 6pm-10:30pm
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