FOOD, Food reviews, Living in... Singapore, Uncategorized IMPERIAL TREASURE ONEº 15 MARINA CLUB 30 September 2009


Imperial Treasure
ONEº 15 MARINA CLUB
11 Cove Drive, Sentosa Cove
Singapore

PRICE: $$$$$
RATING:

My aunt took us all out for dinner as a post-wedding celebration and also for one of my aunt’s birthday. The location of choice was in Sentosa’s ONE°15 Marina Club, where her and her husband are club members. She picked Imperial Treasure as the dinner restaurant, a modern, elegant and upscale restaurant overlooking the harbour.

The service is unbelievably attentive and polite, largely what you’d already expect from a fine dining restaurant. We were seated in a lovely private room where we could open the glass doors and enjoy the ocean breeze. We were served a stunning array of dishes – mostly seafood, since that’s what they’re famous for. The dishes were simply exquisite – one of the best fine dining Chinese food I’ve ever had. Artfully cooked and full of flavour and freshness.

We ate and ate and ate ’til we were so absolutely stuffed we couldn’t squeeze any more in. Over-ordered by a magnitude of about 3 extra people, but I guess that’s what me and my family is famous for 😛 Thoroughly enjoyed it, and what a nice way to celebrate before we jetted off to our honeymoon!


At the harbourfront

Pretty building where our restaurant was in. Chris? Not so pretty 😉

Gorgeous at dusk

The private dining room

Cute table setting

Crispy suckling pig. Ohhhh this was luscious!

A special bamboo clam broth. Heavenly…

Peking duck!

Some sort of soup with lots of seafood inside

Lobster. Nom nom nom..

Steamed fish

San choy bao. Always a goodie

Little birthday cakes!

“Eatttt meeeee”

Some little buns that you apparently eat for a birthday celebration

All of us 🙂


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