Time Out says
This three-in-one concept pays tribute to three distinctive Chinese cuisines: Cantonese, Huaiyang and Sichuan. Get your dim sum and congee fix at the MRKT (there's also a retail space where you can pick up bottles of local soy sauce or Chinese bai jiu) before sojourning to the BAR for cocktails or its housemade sparkling red tea alongside Chinese tapas.
The DINING portion of the restaurant is decked out on pastel pink banquettes and serves a whole host of dishes, including favourites from its sister restaurant Shang Palace at the Shangri-La Hotel. This includes signatures like the deep-fried whole boneless chicken filled with fried glutinous rice ($78). The chicken's paper-thin skin is shattering crispy and its moist flesh balances out the sweetness of the glutinous rice. For spice-seekers, try the Sichuan chicken ($22) instead. Poached chicken comes doused in chilli oil and peanut sauce – we wish we could order a bowl of dry noodles and toss the two together. Other highlights include the Eight Treasures Tofu Pudding ($18), savoury beancurd that you can customise to your liking and red grouper stewed in pea mash soup with pickled peppers and Chinese cabbage ($78).
#01-219/222, Jewel Changi Airport
78 Airport Blvd
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 9am-10pm|
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