For the past ten years, Jade Restaurant Singapore has been inspired by the most exquisite flavours of southern China and offers diners modern, elegant and high quality Cantonese cuisine. Jade is a highly revered restaurant and is home to a menu designed by executive chef Leong Chee Yeng, set within the Fullerton Hotel Singapore. This stunning restaurant can seat 120 and boasts two private dining rooms decorated exquisitely with a specially chosen colour palette, lanterns and furniture. It provides a gourmet dining experience unlike any other, with menu options ranging from classic dim sum to more contemporary creations alongside specialities you won’t find anywhere else in the city. Jade Restaurant is well-placed within walking distance from Raffles Place MRT station, and reservations are essential.
Dear diners, to make reservations for lunch during public holidays please contact the restaurant directly.
The atmosphere inside of Fullerton Square’s Jade Restaurant is absolutely stunning. Featuring high ceilings and walls with crown moulding, opulently furnished table settings and a clean, classic feel, the restaurant, located inside the historic Fullerton Building, is a beautiful space for exceptional modern Chinese cuisine in the heart of Raffles Place. Over the last ten years, Executive Chinese Chef Leong Chee Yeng and his exemplary service team have been completely dedicated to bringing guests the best from the kitchen at this 120-seater Cantonese-style establishment. Jade Restaurant’s blend of heritage, culture, design and exquisite dining is simply one-of-a-kind, even in a culinary landscape as vast as Singapore’s.
Open every day of the week for lunch and dinner Jade Restaurant offers plenty of opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich, varied cuisine of Canton. We recommend beginning your meal with a few appetizers like crispy whitebait fish with salt and chilli or tossed black fungus with cucumber in vinegar dressing before setting your sights on the extensive list of mains. You can’t go wrong with the daily catch, which includes live prawns, boston lobster, red grouper and other seafood delights cooked sauteed, steamed, or fried with a wide range of different sauces. End your meal with a stunning dessert before you go, and feel like a whole new person as you embark on your journey back to reality just outside. Book ahead and be swept away to southern China at this sophisticated dining destination at Fullerton Square near Raffles Place.
Food and service was great. Looking forward to coming back for dimsum.
The food at Jade Restaurant is consistently good. Love the new look and ambience. The weekend dim sum buffet is right on top of my list next.
Extremely expensive for lunch but the place was lovely. We enjoyed the food and the dining atmosphere. It has been recently renovated as well; plenty of tiffany hues all around.
Top choice for our business group meetings. They will call to confirm our reservation and have semi private room which is very useful for our meetings.
Food was decent but the wait staff seemed to be in a tearing hurry to take our empty plates off.The place wasnt crowded during my visit so i wasnt sure why the over enthusiasm to pick up the cutlery when we continued to eat. Seemed very rude to me. There were a few plates on the table but nothing was falling off and this continued right until i was eating off the last plate. They were also over curious to continuously serve us tea and we literally told three different people no as one would ask and go away then another would come and ask and then the third came and asked yet again. Anyways, ambience was decent and though not the greatest option for vegetarians, place was decent. 4/6 is appropriate.
Ambience and quality of food is excellent. Although the dining hall was barely half-full, there seems to be a shortage of service staff. Need to wait some time for service.
Love the colours in the restaurant, great food! Attentive service. I would like to recommend that Quando do away with 25 word minimum. IIt is very irritating for reviewers.
I think not bad lah - environment is ok, quiet place as compared to the bustling dim sum places outside. Good for business discussions. Taste wise the dim sum was palatable, although variety can be improved.
Very good food and nice ambience. Took the premium set dinner. Highlights for the set were the lobster noodle, wagyu beef in broth and coffee ice cream, excellent.
Service was very good. Staff were friendly and attentive. Food was great and price was mid-range. Ambience was fantastic. Our family of five had a great time.