The China Club

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Birthdays are such good excuses to indulges in different places, this time we chose The China Club which we had the chance to visit for once. (this is a membership restaurant)

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The China Club Singapore is an elegant, members-only club, built atop the 52nd floor of Singapore’s premium commercial tower, The Capital Tower, located in the Central Business District. The Club is surrounded by 16 metre-tall glass with perhaps the most spectacular views across Singapore. On a clear day, Malaysia and Indonesia can be glimpsed.

The China Club

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View from the restaurant side.

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Transit from day to evening is always the best time for photos.

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The private bar area, customers can also come here for a drinks if they do not fancy a full meal.

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View from the bar side, facing the habor side of Singapore.

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since we are at the China club, so a strong sense of “chinese” flavor was in the setup be it their furnishing or table settings.

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Seasoned lotus roots to whet your appetite.

Dinner Set A consists of :

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Peking duck

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Stewed napa lettuce with stock and dried scallop

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Assorted vegetables with cuttlefish

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steamed fish with light soy sauce.

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sliced abalone with mushroom and spinach.

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seafood udon

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ice cream with mashed sweet potato

Dinner Set B consists of :

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Pan fried foie gras.

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Stewed soup.

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King prawn (can’t remember the exact ingredients)

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Steamed fish with black beans.

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braised whole black abalone.

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rice in stock with seafood.

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Assorted fruit platter.

There were some hits and misses in the set dinners we got. The foie gras was cold in the middle but the abalone were cooked very well. The dessert was pretty special in my opinion too. It was a place that I wanted to try for sometime and I got to check it out, if I ever want to head there in the future again I would likely stick to the ala carte.

Address:
168 Robinson Rd, Singapore 068912

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. jin chu ferrer
    Feb 18, 2013 @ 13:31:03

    seriously! where do you get the energy to take pix and blog about almost everything you eat!? that’s really impressive stuff! i wish i had a fraction of that energy to do the same! also, come back to texas soon so i can join in on these awesome foodie adventures of yours!!
    -jin-

  2. Xuan-er
    Feb 19, 2013 @ 13:07:34

    @jin: haha, but your posts are all great and love those photos of yours! My photos have been lacking in form recently. I guess writing on my blog has become a hobby that I can’t kick off nowadays, brings me away from the dry technical work but all these are coming to an end.

  3. jin chu ferrer
    Feb 19, 2013 @ 16:54:51

    ooo! what will you be doing in japan? and at least you’ve kept up with blogging this whole time! (which is another impressive feat you’ve also conquered.) i’ve been on and off for the past 13 years! this time around, i find it difficult to blog after not blogging for 4 years! =X

  4. Xuan-er
    Feb 20, 2013 @ 08:48:17

    @jin: I am going back to school for a year to meet some new friends and to improve my Japanese. LOL, I guess I don’t do much other than some blogging on my free time 😛 I love your blog entries, always so inspirational on the DIY side….I would love to improve my photography skills 🙂

  5. jin chu ferrer
    Feb 20, 2013 @ 12:49:03

    hi yi-jin! so we’re both housewives! *high five* lol! what are you going back to school for? can’t wait to see more blogs on japan when you make a full transition. hopefully we get to visit ya in the next 2 years or so … me + v are planning a big move sometime this year. will keep ya posted. 😉

  6. Xuan-er
    Feb 20, 2013 @ 14:46:25

    @jin: 1 year full time course in Japanese with the university….I think I shld be able to speak decent Japanese by the time you guys come over. Awesome, you guys wanna move for some time…looking forward to the good news 🙂

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