About Fragrant Garden
Chinese food in Singapore comes in many forms, with every region of the world’s most populous nation represented. While the majority of the attention might be on the celebrated cuisines that come from Sichuan, with the numbing peppercorns and plenty of chillies; from Beijing, with the iconic Peking duck; or Cantonese, packed with fresh vegetables and seafood, you would do well to remember the diversity of dishes available elsewhere as well. Fragrant Garden on Upper Serangoon Road specialise in Teochew cuisine, from the dialect group centred around Chaoshan and eastern Guangdong, and their house signatures represent the very best of the culinary tradition in that region. Try their stuffed sea cucumber, cold crab or braised duck, all done in the Teochew style, or their stir-fried venison, their shark’s fin soup in superior broth or a vegetarian dish, of which there are many. Reserve a table and set a course for Fragrant Garden in Serangoon for the best Teochew food in Singapore.Go to Fragrant Garden Page
Best Teochew braised duck I've had. The steamed pomfret is fresh with a tangy soup. Another great dish was the Teochew chye poh kuay teow.
Good food, the place is crowded on weekend, must reserve especially for large groups. They are thoughtful to provide paper plates and forks for our mum's birthday cake celebration.
Great food and service although the restaurant is fully packed. Will be back again. Making Reservation is convenient with Quandoo. No need to call and confirm.
Superb Dinner! Experienced and Dedicated owner and staff who knows their dishes. Fresh ingredients used. Good value for money. Definitely will return for another round of fabulous food.
Food serve are fresh and delicious, nostalgic place, excellent service provided by al staff and friendly boss who is willing to serve you and even teaches u to mix the yam paste thoroughly. Must order their dessert yam paste
Very authentic Chinese cuisine restaurant. Would have been perfect if there's more teochew dishes as the restaurant is known for. Nonetheless, still a good restaurant for large group of minimum 6 to truly enjoy the variety. Certainly a place for family style dining. Recommend for revisits.
Traditional Teochew restaurant serving freaky authentic Teochew dishes like cold crab and cold pork. The best Teochew dish is the orh ni with the shallots which you can't get anywhere else anymore. (or rather I've not found one)!
The staff were attentive and very friendly, lovely authentic teochew food! You can't go wrong with the staff's recommendations. Personal favourite has to be the chilled pork jelly. There's a specific chilli that comes with almost every dish!
Very delicious and authentic Teo Chew food. Especially the Teo chew Steam pomfret very nice and fresh and the yam paste is very nice and not too sweet... Braised duck and the fried broccoli with garlic also very tasty. Thumb up :)
Waitresses are attentive (Rating 5/6). Food quality is medium. It is fairly oily for the egg oyster. (Rating 3/6). Seating was reasonable as it is at the concourse of the shopping centre. (Rating 4/6). Also very impressed with the Quandoo reservation system where you get instant notification and hassle free. (6/6).