BEIJING DUCK BUFFET
Jing restaurant offers full Beijing duck buffet with wide range of homemade dim sum and baked lobster French style. Only for lunch
Mon to Sun: 12noo till 2:30pm @ $35++
My favor, Chilli Crab... Every time when I am here, this will be my first choice, delicious & price reasonable... Must have a try too *yummy, yummy*
Another weekend, another Sunday brunch
Weekend Brunch Buffet:
Adult: $48++, Child (4-16 years): $24
Another weekend, another Sunday brunch. But its the first time I\'m having Chinese ala carte buffet for brunch and expectations were relatively high as Jing @ One Fullerton is under the same management as Majestic Restaurant, which has won top accolades for its Chinese food.
Typical modern Chinese restaurant but what sets it apart is the huge glass windows that allow plenty of sunlight in as well as views of the partially constructed IR just across the river. The booth seats look comfortable for a party of 3 or 4 but unfortunately we were relegated to the center tables. There is the problem of weak air conditioning too.
You get about 20 odd different types of dim sum , a tiny self service buffet station with duck, fruits and minimal desserts and the standard 4-5 items each of seafood, meat, vegetables, rice, noodles and the likes. There are certain restrictions on certain items. Ie. you get to choose 1 serving of either Chilli Crab or Soon Hock and soups are limited to 2 servings per table. If you are keen on the more premium items like boston lobster or shark\'s fin soup, be prepared to top up at least $10++ to $18++ more per pax for 1 portion. Drinks are chargable and the only things that are free flow are the Chinese tea and sky juice.
The quality is merely average in my humble opinion. Nothing quite stands out but nothing really sucked terribly either. If I had to choose, the best dish would probably be the crispy duck from the carving station. All in all, the dishes were palatable but honestly, don\'t expect too much. Think Crystal Jade La Mian XLB standard.
Average service from wait staff that didn\'t seem very keen on serving. When I called to make a reservation, the lady on the other end of the phone wasn\'t particularly friendly either. No big boo boos but could be a lot better.
Came here with my friends for birthday celebration
Buffet start for about $40++ with a lot of choice to choose from
Most of the dishes were good, like the pork belly fried with garlic with snow peas, the steamed Chilean sea bass & the wok fried black pepper beef. Each table is also entitled to order deep fried soon hock,chilli crab with man tou.
But service is just so so,the staff was abit blur & gave us the wrong order,
Their plate & cup also not very clean,i can see stain on it
Overall i rate 6/10
I went to jing with my mother and father for dinner. My sister was busy, so there were only three of us. We could not order too many dishes as we were worried we cannot finish. The nicest thing we ordered was their chili crab. Firstly the chilli was really fresh, it was very juicy and delicious. the flesh was very sweet. the chilli sauce was really nice and tasty, not too spicy, goes well with rice!
headed to jing restaurant with the in-law for a nice meal. what i love most from this restaurant is their egg tarts. in my opinion, it is a must order! the egg tarts taste really good, not too sweet for the elderly as well. the custard is very smooth and the tart pastry is crispy. all of us enjoyed the food there.
my dad brought the entire family to Jing Restaurant for dinner. the highlight of the night was the peking duck. it was so delicious. the skin was crispy and the meat and tender and smooth. the crepe they use is so thin and the sauce they use is really nice, not too sweet but it brings out the flavour of the duck!
I was there at Jing more than a year ago. Now I have read other reviews that the standard has dropped at the restaurant and also they are not as generous with the servings already.
But this is what I had.
1) Peking Duck, good! The chef make it ala minute for you.
2) Chilli Crab, two big claws for two patrons, and those side legs.
3) Wasabi Prawns. Good!
This is what I can remembered and the most memorable food items of all.
Spending: Approximately SGD 40(Lunch)