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Celestial Court Article Rating

Posted by Christine on January 20, 2008 - Filed under: Member Talks

A pagoda marks the entrance and the interior with its golden hues projects a tranquil setting without being overly ostentatious.

Featuring mainly superior Cantonese fare, the menu tries to include new innovative dishes for the discerning palate. Predictable dishes such as shark's fin, steamed fish, and seasonal vegetables are of course present. Elaborate exotic cuisine from Peking duck to roasted pigeon can be found as well as simple fare such as tofu cooked in a variety of cooking styles. All the dishes are cooked to perfection and artfully presented.

Noodles are also well represented served with barbequed chicken and shrimps. Vegetarians will be pleased to note that there is a good selection of dishes to choose from.

Arguably, the restaurant also serves some of the best dim sum found in the city. The variety is seemingly endless such as steamed meat dumpling with scallop, steamed prawn dumpling with bamboo pith, steamed minced beef ball with young ginger and steamed fish paste with seasonal vegetables. There is also a variety of deep-fried and pan-fried items to choose from in the dim sum section.

Unlike most Chinese restaurants, this outlet promises a wide range of desserts from deep-fried sesame balls, Chinese pancake with lotus seed paste, mango pudding, chestnut cream to chilled almond beancurd.

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