The very WOW-ed Lunch!
CNY is officially over but we still have one more lunch to go before our CNY Celebration cum Appreciation is finally over! All of us were excited at the lunch venue for today – Feng Shui Inn. The name of the restaurant got a lot of us curious and even before visiting, we all agreed that it will definitely wow us. LOL
The entrance to the resturant
It took us a while to locate the restaurant as we were not too familiar with RWS and this place is huge! If you are lost like us, park near to the casino and look our for Michael Hotel or Crockfords Tower. Once you reach Crockfords Tower, take the lift up to level G2, this is where the VIP entrance of the casino is located too, and the restaurant is on your right.
Interior of the restaurant. Nicely spaced out for business talks or family with kids in prams.
The very nicely textured walls.. looks like some mountains right?
As this is a business lunch, it would be rude to flip the menu if you are not the host and hence I got the names of some of the food from another blog. Although the plating of the food was so gorgeous, I had to hold back my urge to “Take photo!”. So this is really a limited/personal edition of the very delicious Cantonese Cuisine we had as the pictures are what I helped myself to from the main plate and not the actual main serving itself.
First up was the Pineapple Custard Barbecued Pork Bun 菠萝叉烧包
Side view of the tiny but oh-so-delicious bun!
Cross section of the bun – love the char siew in it!
Next up, my portion of the Pan Fried Carrot Cake 香煎萝卜糕. You can really see the some shredded radish in it and it tasted even with the chilli provided!
The Stir Fried version was also ordered and I much prefer this to the Pan Fried one.
This should be the Steamed Superior Prawn Har Kow 风水虾饺皇 with some special ingredients in the skin. The prawns were very succulent and good. Eat it while it is hot!
When this came out, I could not resist reaching out and snapping a pic there and then! 😛 The plating of the Deep-Fried Beancurd Skin Roll with prawns 鲜虾腐皮卷 was just too appealing! It tasted great too! Also, the Steamed “Siew Mai” with Baby Abalone looks so innocently opulent and yummy in the bamboo basket! No close up pic of the baby abalone on top of the siew mai as my col with poor chopsticks skills toppled them as he was trying to pick up his piece.. 🙁
This is some beef which was so savoury and tender. Too bad I only had one piece and the rest were polished off by my cols!
This bowl of soup costs $50~60 per portion!
We do not know the name of the soup. What we knew were it is shark’s cartilage soup with premium fish maw that is so full of collagen-y goodness! The soup here was not too fishy and I could actually drink it! Yumz! My first time eating this type of fish maw too! The texture is so different from what I normally have.
This is one very interesting Stir-fried bee hoon. I love the combination of ingredients in it. There were my fav sze chuan vegetable (thinly sliced) , sliced pork, bean sprouts and cabbage. By this time we were all so full that this bowl is really a good portion to end the meal.
But wait, meals are always ended with desserts, so this is no exception!
Our one person portion of Mango Pomelo Sago with Vanilla Ice Cream
They came served in random bowls which was weird for such a classy restaurant. Did they ran out of bowls? Mine came in a miso soup bowl with a porcelain spoon.
There were plenty of sagos in it and the portion was pretty small so it was gone all too soon.
Porcelain spoon printed with RWS logo.
Pic of the entrance of the Casino after our meal.
A place where Singaporeans “lose” $100 before they can go in and gamble! LOL
Walking back to look for our car! Happy Goat’s Year to everyone!
Feng Shui Inn (风水廷)
Crockfords Tower, Basement 1M, Level G2
Resorts World Sentosa
10 Sentosa Gateway,
Lunch 11:30am – 3pm
High Tea 3pm – 5:30pm (Last order for Dim Sum at 5:15pm)
Dinner 5:30pm – 11pm (Last order at 10:45pm)
Supper 11pm – 3:45am (Last order at 3:30am)
Tel: 6577 6688