[Updated] The Dim Sum Buffet run has ended, with the current special at Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant being the “A Gastronomic Journey of Sichuan Flavours”

A Gastronomic Journey of Sichuan Flavours
This gastronomic dinner experience consisting of two premium items, 12 cold dishes, 18 hot dishes, three desserts and a glass of sakura sake is available for a limited period from 5 Oct – 31 Dec 2020.

Adult: $62++ per person*, Child (6-12 years): SGD31++ (*Includes a glass of sakura sake. Minimum dine-in for two pax.)

DFD readers enjoy one dines FREE with three paying adults for the “Gastronomic Journey of Sichuan Flavours” at PARKROYAL on Beach Road. Quote [DFD] during reservations. T&C apply.

[The following is about ‘Treats from the Heart’ series] Missing those ‘yum cha’ sessions with foodie friends and family? Let PARKROYAL on Beach Road be the venue for your much-awaited reunion.

Renowned for its authentic Sichuan and Cantonese dishes, award-winning Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant 四川豆花饭庄 at PARKROYAL on Beach Road presents ‘Treats from the Heart’ (点点心意), a Weekend A la Carte Dim Sum Buffet.

Catch its limited run till 27 September 2020 on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays, 11:30am – 2:00pm.

Executive Chef Zeng Feng and his kitchen brigade have prepared classic Cantonese and Sichuan dim sum, mouth-watering appetisers, wholesome soups, desserts, and premium specialties.

The buffet offers you 9 single-serve choices of premium specialties, plus unlimited servings of 26 choices served ‘the new normal’ way.

You and loved ones get to dine with peace of mind at the restaurant, with digital menus, contactless payment, heightened cleaning and hygiene standards implemented as part of the Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s ‘Pan Pacific Cares’ programme.

‘Treats from the Heart’ Weekend A La Carte Dim Sum Buffet
Dim Sum Specialities – The 9 choices, one serving of each per person:
1. Deep-Fried Fluffy Swan Pastry with Foie Gras
2. Steamed Sea Urchin ‘Siew Mai’
3. Baked Abalone BBQ Pork Pastry
4. Steamed Crabmeat Xiao Long Bao
5. Steamed Lobster Dumpling
6. Steamed Mushroom Bun with Minced Chicken
7. Steamed Scallop Dumpling
8. Steamed Dumpling with Seafood in Clear Soup
9. Baked Mini Egg Tart with Bird’s Nest

You can safely enjoy your meal as all items will be plated and served individually to each guest.

As for the other 26 items, the spread includes all-time favourites such as Deep-Fried Beancurd Skin with Prawns, Pan-Fried Carrot Cake, Minced Meat Dumpling with Sour and Spicy Sauce, Double-Boiled Black Chicken with Ginseng Soup, and a variety of sweet treats comprising two western-style desserts by Executive Chef Vincent Aw, including Passionfruit Raspberry Chocolate and Coffee Noir Orange Mousse.

And for an added touched of nostalgia, many of these 26 handcrafted dim sum items would arrive at your table via a push-trolley dim sum cart.

Get all these for only $52++ per adult ($30++ for children 6-12 years). Don’t forget to tag a family member or friend as a minimum of 2 adults is required. (DFD readers get additional 20% OFF. More details below.)

Here are 10 of the Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant dim sum highlights:

Steamed Sea Urchin “Siew Mai”
Indulge in this heavenly dim sum and feel the luxury in every bite. This premium specialty minced meat dumpling is topped with steamed sea urchin.

Not only do you get a burst of umami-salty sweetness but also a buttery custardy creamy mouthfeel.

Steamed Crab Meat Xiao Long Bao
This small thin-skinned parcel of steamed crabmeat is packed with big flavours.

Savour the single-serve steamed buns aka soup dumplings, filled with a gelatinised broth that melts into a slurp-able, deep-flavoured broth.

Baked Abalone BBQ Pork Pastry
The classic barbecued pork pastry levels up by marrying the flavours of sweet roast pork, puff pastry, sesame seeds with baked abalone.

You should enjoy this rich, soft-textured and premium-priced shellfish in your pork puff.

Deep-fried Fluffy Swan Pastry with Foie Gras
First introduced this year as part of Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant’s Lunar New Year Reunion Imperial High Tea Set, this deep-fried pastry was an instant hit.

Enjoy it once more and taste an upgraded dim sum shaped in the form of a swan with a light buttery melts-in-your-mouth pastry.

Steamed Dumpling with Seafood in Clear Soup
Balance off your meal with this mild-flavoured dish, and take a break from the spicy ones.

This large steamed dumpling offers your seafood in a clear soup to give your taste buds a break. Despite its simplicity, the handcrafted artistry and flawless execution is evident.

Baked Mini Egg Tart with Bird’s Nest
This savoury tart is topped with bird’s nest, a nourishing delicacy and generous portion at that.

Prized in Chinese cuisine for its rarity, this delicate ingredient has a gelatinous texture that contrasts the flaky pastry shell of the tart.

Bite into the creamy mouthfeel from the egg custard as it blends with the rest.

Minced Meat Dumpling with Sour and Spicy Sauce
Satisfy your cravings for sour and spicy flavours with unlimited servings of these “Hong You Chao Shou” dumplings, made with minced meat and wrapped in a thin dough.

Get as much as you like and steep them in the flavourful sauce, a mix of Chinese black rice vinegar and ground Sichuan pepper.

Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles
A classic dish originating from the streets on Chengdu, Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles makes its way to your dim sum buffet spread.

The bowl comes complete with white noodles, a special-recipe meat mixture, greens, and a spicy-soy sauce.

Powering the noodles is a special chilli oil, made with Sichuan peppercorns, Chinese cinnamon, star anise, and red pepper flakes.

Boiled Tomato Soup with Giant Garoupa Fillet and Wolfberries
Reap tremendous health benefits from this comforting fish soup. Chunks of giant grouper fillet are boiled in a tomato-based stock and combined with wolfberries and other seasoning.

These nutrient-dense berries aka goji berries also give you that much needed boost for your immunity.

Homemade Fine Bean Curd with Hasma
Hasma is a Chinese delicacy often used in desserts. Experience how it adds texture to this dish, complementing Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant’s homemade fine bean curd.

Don’t leave without trying this signature dou hua (bean curd) – it is one of the silkiest and softest traditional bean curds you can find.

‘Treats from the Heart’ Weekend A La Carte Dim Sum Buffet – 3 July to 27 September 2020
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays
11.30am to 2.00pm
Adult: $52++ per person, Child (6 – 12 years) $30++

DanielFoodDiary.com (DFD) Readers Enjoy An Exclusive 20% OFF Promo:
– Valid for dine-in only.
– Prior reservation is recommended to enjoy promo. Quote “DFD20” during reservation to enjoy discount.
– Reservation can be made at douhua.prsin@parkroyalhotels.com or at +65 6505 5722.
– Minimum of two adults to dine. Additional charges apply for Chinese tea and pickles.
– Not valid in conjunction with other offers, discounts, promotions or membership privileges.
– The hotel reserves the right to amend the menu or promotional details without prior notice.

UOB Cardmembers Dining Deals:
For those looking out for other dining deals, Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant 四川豆花饭庄 is offering 40% discount (applicable with a minimum purchase of $500 worth of vouchers) exclusive for UOB Cardmembers.

Coming in denominations of $50.00, this is a substantial discount for those who enjoy their wide selection of delectable specialties, from authentic Sichuan dishes, handcrafted dim sum, nutritious double-boiled soups to roast suckling pig (suckling pig a specialty at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road). T&C apply.

Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant – PARKROYAL on Beach Road
7500 Beach Road Singapore 199591
Tel: +65 6505 5722
Email: douhua.prsin@parkroyalhotels.com
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 10:30pm (Mon – Sun)
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