Far East Square, 130 Amoy Street, #01-01
Wholly adapted from the original JuChunYuan restaurant in China, JuChunYuan Singapore serves Regional Cuisine from provinces in China with emphasis on Fuzhou dishes. Fuzhou dishes are noted for their well‐chosen ingredients, beautiful colour, fresh seasoning and strict operation during cooking. Master Chef Li Yan, the 6th generation original JuChunYuan Chef, currently helms the kitchen and is well known for his signature dishes “Pa Shao” Stewed Pork Belly, Braised Monkey Head Mushroom and wokfried Pork Collar with Fresh Mushroom. JuChunYuan also serves the world‐renowned “Buddha Jumps Over The Wall”, with its authentic recipe created by Chef Chen Zhun Fa of the original JuChunYuan in 1876.
The food was surprising good. And portion was generous. Staff was very attentive to us and when we made a mistake in placing our additional dish, they just offer it to us FOC. It was a good experience and definitely will go back and also recommend to others.
Mona Chan, 27 Mar 2013, 19:15
My husband and I had a very good meal at JuChunYuan on Saturday. The 4 course dinner was excellent - tasty and yet not oily nor saltish. We topped up an additional $5 for the appetizer and dessert and both turned out very well too. Service was top class with very attentive service staff. A very pleasant environment too. We will definitely go back to JuChunYuan again.
Susan Seah, 25 Mar 2013, 04:34
Real value for money and we have enjoyed the dinner thoroughly
25 Mar 2013, 02:21
The restaurant week menu is really good. Sharkfins with lobster was amazing! We also added three other dishes from the ala carte menu and it was rather disappointing. The service was good but this depends on the waitress. There is a particular waitress who was quite rude.
25 Mar 2013, 02:20