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Sichuan Douhua Nostalgic Feast Revisited @ Park Royal Kitchener Road

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I like a good buffet, so much so, I like it even more when a revisit is made and the quality is still as good. Here's one for recommendation - the Nostalgic Feast of Sichuan Douhua at Park Royal at Kitchener Road.

I made sure I had repeats of the previous favourites and ate my fill of it, much to the amusement of my fellow foodies. While I will not bore you with the doldrums of a revisit - same food, same good. I shall highlight a few of the rave worthy ones! Otherwise, just enjoy the pictorial that will hopefully leave you licking the screen.


Marinated Chicken Feet with Preserved Chilli

sour soup

Sichuan Hot and Sour Soup

pigs trotters

Vinegared Pork Trotters 


Sichuan Pork


Blanched Vegetables

sichuan beancurd

Ma Po Tofu

chicken bites

Diced Chicken

baby kailan

pork belly

Sliced Pork in Garlic Sauce

stir fried beans

chye poh egg

beef brisket


Soya Chicken, Teo Chew Stewed Duck, BBQ Pork Rib


We were just limited to a portion each of these roast meats, mediocre fare methinks.


lotus leaf

Glutinous Rice with Chinese Sausage, Taro and Salted Egg

glutinous rice

These could double up as rice dumplings, me like!


Pork Belly Roll with Taro and Chinese Mushroom

yam roll pork belly

Pork Belly Roll with Taro is to die for, 3 steamers worth and I finally called it a day. The way taro and pork belly meld together so beautifully, it still remains a mystery.

siew mai

Prawn Dumpling with Coriander

char siew bao

"Char Siew" Bun with Preserved Vegetable

carrot cake

Pan Fried Carrot Cake

yam croquette


Steamed Yam Paste Bun with Salted Egg Yolk

yam salted egg

beancurd skin

Pan-fried Bean Curd Skin Roll

red bean balls

Crispy Sesame Glutinous Rice Roll

osmanthus jelly

Chilled Osmanthus Cake with Honey


Almond Cake with mango Sauce


Homemade Bean Curd with Wolfberry

Their famous beancurd is a definite must order - exactly what made this famous in the first place and it is a cross between the silken Lao Ban pudding and the soyabean curd I have known all my life.

Portions of the dishes are on the large side and unless you inform ahead of time, you would end up with portions matching the number of diners. Once again, very value for money ala carte buffet with enough options to send everyone into a food coma.

I would still love to be back for more of these yummies! First Visit may be a fluke but a second definitely tells the truth.

Sichuan Douhua
Park Royal Kitchener Road

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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