Peach Blossoms @ ParkRoyal Collection Marina Bay Singapore

Peach Blossoms @ ParkRoyal Collection Marina Bay Singapore

Helmed by Chef Edward Chong, Peach Blossoms restaurant in ParkRoyal Collection Marina Bay serves up aesthetically stunning fusion Chinese dishes which are as pleasing on the eyes as the palette. We did not have a chance to try them out during our staycation at the hotel earlier this year, and after the most recent P2HA was lifted, we managed to snag the Haute Dining deal to head down for a weekday dinner.

When the Seafood Fritters filled with Lychee and Cheese (荔枝芝⼠海鲜丸) was served, it was almost too beautiful to eat. Do not be deceived by the size, the sweet lychee flavour infused in the skin and the savoury chesse and seafood paste in the interior are a perfect match.

Peach Blossoms Seafood Fritters

After a fantastic start, the next dish Deep-fried ‘Cigar’ Rolls filled with Foie Gras (鹅肝雪茄卷) which was served on top an actual ash tray was as much a visual feast as it was addictively good I was left craving for another.

Peach Blossoms Cigar Rolls

The Double-boiled Yunnan Wild Mushrooms with Sea Whelk, Fish Maw, Dried Scallops and Kurobuta Ribs (云南野菌花胶⼲⻉螺头炖⿊豚排) broth is delicious and comforting. I can only imagine how long it took for them to bring out the flavours of all the ingredients used.

Peach Blossoms Double Boiled Yunan Wild Mushrooms

Next up is the Steamed Fillet of Wild Marble Goby with Sakura Prawn in XO Chilli Sauce (极品酱樱花虾蒸野⽣笋壳件). The sauce and prawns is addictive and probably goes well with some rice.

Peach Blossoms Steamed Fillet

The only dish with not much of a surprise factor for me is the Braised Abalone with Sea Cucumber stuffed with Minced Shrimp Paste (鲍⻥扣百花酿刺参). It sauce was a tad on the salty side for me.

Peach Blossoms Braised Abalone

The final dish before dessert - Fresh Lobster and Homemade Fish Paste in Supreme Rice Broth served witih Puffed Rice (⻰虾⻥滑汤粥伴⻩⾦脆⽶), is Peach Blossom’s version of Poached Rice (泡饭). However, unlike the Summer Pavilion’s version which uses clear stock, the broth in this version has much more depth in flavour, packing a punch which each mouthful without being excessively overpowering. The lobster is fresh and succulent, whil the dish does not leave you thirsty afterwards with the taste of MSG. Definitely one of my top poached rice go to places.

Peach Blossoms Lobster Fish Paste Pao Fan

The palate cleanser dessert served is the Refreshing Chrysanthemum Jelly served on Ecuador Dragon Fruit (厄⽠多尔⽕⻰果菊花冻). Unlike normal red dragon fruits which are mostly tasteless, the yellow ones are sweet and the jelly perfect to wash down any jelat-ness from the meal.

Peach Blossoms Chrysanthemum Jelly Ecuador Dragon Fruit

The dinner ended with the Petit Fours (精致美点). The coconut jelly and yam tartlets are decent, my preference more the jelly.

Peach Blossoms Petit Fours

Overall, the service is generally alright, unlike other reviews elsewhere, perhaps due to the small weekday crowd or an improvement after various feedback from customers. What stands out is the delicate care behind creating each dish each a flavour bomb while balanced and not going overbroad. Each course throws you surprises and will leave you craving for more. I certainly will be back to try the other dishes on the menu.

Peach Blossoms [Map]
6 Raffles Boulevard
Level 5 Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay
Singapore 039594
Tel: +65 6845 1118
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Opening Hours
Lunch: 12pm - 3pm (Mon - Fri) | 11am - 3pm (Sat - Sun & PH)
Dinner: 6:30pm - 11pm (Daily)