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good food, decent ambience. my go to place for comfort food. staff is usually busy but rather attentive. their dinner ala carte buffet is highly recommended; value for money!
Overall, Good quality, value-for-money. Down side - soup served wasn't pipping hot as the Cantonese would love. Too much oil floating in the bowl when the Salted veg and duck soup was scooped out of the pot.
I went there for dim sum but not many variety. Taste is fine but it is just one of the ordinary restaurant. We will go again because of the friendly service and the comfortable environment.
Despite being rather new in town, Dragon Bowl has quickly earned a name for itself, and with three locations in the city, you have plenty of opportunities to stop in often. Located down Seletar Road close to Fernvale LRT, Dragon Bowl is where you’ll find delicious Chinese cuisine served in a gourmet fashion. Perfect for special occasions whether it’s a wedding banquet, corporate function or birthday celebration, Dragon Bowl in Singapore’s Yio Chu Kang sets the stage for an unforgettable gathering at their lovely restaurant.
The menu at Dragon Bowl’s Greenwich V premises in Yio Chu Kang includes a wide range of set meals, dim sum, main courses, desserts and more, and even features something for vegetarian diners and those on a budget. Tofu lovers are encouraged to try the braised homemade spinach tofu with mushroom and shredded conpoy, and for seafood fans we recommend the stir-fried scallops with broccoli and XO sauce or deep-fried prawns with cheese and cream sauce. For an exquisite Cantonese dinner, it doesn’t get better than here at Singapore’s Dragon Bowl – reserve a table in advance to see what all the fuss is about.