Famous Treasure located at Capitol Piazza offers modern Nanyang cuisine Chinese restaurant. The restaurant space is formerly occupied by the Four Seasons Chinese Restaurant. This is said to be their second outlet after their first outlet in Sembawang.
The restaurant is categorised into few sections including the public area, private rooms and also a bar counter corner. The menu is quite extensive and their wine list has a wide selection that is priced up to thousand-dollar.
Moving on are the dishes we tried during the tasting session.
Crispy Fish Skin with Salted Egg Yolk 咸蛋黄焗鱼皮 S$10.00++Addictive crispy fish skin with salted egg yolk as an appetizer before the mains.
Traditional Curry Fish Head in Claypot咖喱鱼头 half S$35.00++ whole S$65.00++
One of the signature dish here and it is visually appetising packed with flavours. Apart from the fish head, there are vegetables like lady fingers,egg plants, tomatoes with rich creamy flavour of the nyonya curry sauce. Definitely need a bowl of white rice to eat with it!
Wok-fried Squid with Chinchalok and Lady’s Finger 虾酱秋葵炒鲜鱿 S$18.00++ (S), S$28.00++ (M) , S$36.00++ (L)
This is an appetising Peranakan dish with tender crunchy lady’s finger and fermented shrimps, onions and chilli sauce with the savoury salty spicy notes elements in it. Shiok!
Roasted ‘Silver Hill’ Irish Duck (爱尔兰金牌烧 S$38.00++ half S$68.00++ whole)
We enjoyed this famous quality breed duck flew in from Ireland. The roasted duck tasted tender and juicy.Dip it with the sauce to enhance the flavour but I prefer it on its own. It is already tasty and satisfying.
Live Flower Crab baked with Salt (蓝花蟹盐香焗 seasonal price)
Distinct flavours of the succulent fresh flower crab especially the sweetness from the crab meat and the smoky baked flavour from the shell. I would recommend you to order this.
KL Style Hokkien Mee (福建炒面 S$18.00++ (S), S$28.00++ (M), S$36.00++ (L)
It is not easy to find a good KL Style Hokkien Mee in Singapore and this is one of the places to go for. KL Hokkien Mee is best with dark sauce because this sauce is what makes this noodle dish special. The best part is the “Wok Hei” and the generous portion of crispy and fragrant pork to elevate the overall taste of this dish.
Chinchalok Fish S$10.00++ per 100gm
Lastly, Chinchalok fish is their latest new dish in the menu. Deep-fried fish coated with fermented shrimps, onions and chilli sauce added a salty umami dimension to this dish. It is quite appetising and best to go with a bowl of white rice as well.
Overall, it is a nice cosy Chinese restaurant suitable for family and big group gathering for occasions and meal. If you are a wine person, their wine list is definitely a plus point for you. Alternatively, the dishes here are pretty satisfying in terms of taste bud and definitely visual appealing. The restaurant also offers set lunch menu with affordable pricing to attract the lunch crowd around the area.
Address: 13 Stamford Road
#02-28 Capitol Piazza
Opening Hours: Daily: 11:30AM – 3:00PM | 6:00PM- 10:30PM