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First Culinary Restaurant is for many the first choice for Chinese and Cantonese cuisine in this corner of Singapore. Conveniently located in the ITE College Central campus along Ang Mo Kio Drive, First Culinary unsurprisingly takes care of the hunger pangs of a wide section of the local student population. But, with fantastic catering and wedding banquet packages on offer, First Culinary attracts hordes of Asian food fans from across the city.
Had some unexpected menu surprises which should be mentioned when the restaurant called to confirm reservation. Ultimately, it was not an big issue but the experience would be better otherwise.
Although the restaurant was busy with the LNY lunch crowds, service staff were friendly and efficient. They responded to our requests promptly and with a smiling attitude.
Friendly staff. Convenience and free parking. Authentic Chinese cuisine though a bit over priced comparing to restaurants in the city. Centralize location accessible by personal or public transport.
At First Culinary Restaurant diners can choose from fantastic set menus, offering an introduction to this Singapore Chinese restaurant’s take on Cantonese cuisine, an extensive a la carte menu, or lavish catering and wedding banqueting options. Many who reserve a coveted table, complete with lazy susan, head for the set menus – ranging from set meals for two, four six, or eight people, the Executive Feast, a so-called Harmonious Feast, VIP feast and so on, right through to the Divine Banquet for ten people. It’s opulent dining options like this that have put First Culinary’s Ang Mo Kio restaurant firmly on the culinary map.
Highlights from First Culinary Restaurant’s a la carte menu include the special di yi kung fu series, featuring kung fu duck with a foie gras sauce, Japanese wasabi prawns, Teochew-style fried hor fun, crispy skin roast pork, Imperial crab, and the mini Buddha Jump Over The Wall hot pot. Live seafood options abound at First Culinary’s Ang Mo Kio Drive premises in the ITE College Central campus – take your pick from the tanks and see what Cantonese magic the kitchen can work on some of Singapore’s favourite Chinese-style seafood dishes. And, despite Chinese cuisine’s reputation for being heavy on the meat and poultry, First Culinary offers a wide range of vegetarian options. book now for casual dining or enquire about the restaurant’s catering, function, private dining and wedding package capabilities.