Our recent Imperial Treasure takeaway meal from Great World City was the closest Chinese restaurant dining experience ever since the COVID19 circuit breaker. Imperial Treasure food delivery or takeaway is now available at some outlets. We chose GWC as the shopping mall has a quiet lane at the side where the driver can wait while the passenger runs up to pick up the order.
Imperial Treasure Takeaway / Delivery Menu
Here are pictures of some portions of the Great World City Imperial Treasure takeaway / delivery menu. A short list of dim sum was available.
As at 1 May 2020, the Imperial Treasure outlets at Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck (Paragon), Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine (Ion) and Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine (GWC) are open for takeaway and online delivery services, from 11am to 3pm (Last order at 2pm) and 5pm to 9pm (Last order at 8pm) daily. A 20% discount applies to ala-carte food items. Treasures Yi Dian Xin outlets at Paragon and Parkway Parade are also open but different terms apply. Please consult their pick and home delivery t & c here.
This was our Imperial Treasure takeaway lunch – cod fish fillet deep-fried and pan-fried ($15 each), sauteed diced beef with sliced garlic ($32) and stewed eggplant with minced pork and spicy sauce ($20). Prices indicated are before the 20% discount for food pickup at the restaurant. To save some money we cooked our own rice at home.
The cod fish fillet were small but very delicious. The pan-fried one has a lighter browned surface. The deep-fried one was more intensely cooked and emitted a wonderful aroma. But we would be happy to have either one.
The stewed eggplant is one of our all-time Chinese restaurant favourite dishes. The spicy sauce was very mild and blended very well with the taste of the eggplant and minced pork. This goes perfectly with piping hot white rice. If we have to restrict ourselves to one dish, this eggplant dish and rice would be enough for a meal for two.
To top off our rather extravagant Chinese restaurant meal at home, we also had the sauteed diced beef. The deep-fried sliced garlic came in a separate small container which I did not notice until after these pictures were taken. This was also a thoroughly enjoyable dish. The beef cubes were (by default) cooked between medium and medium-well. This is also another dish that pairs well with plain rice.
Overall. the Imperial Treasure takeaway food items travelled very well. If we were not so lazy and served these items on proper plates, it would have been a very authentic Chinese restaurant dining experience.
Imperial Treasure Takeaway / Delivery Online Menu
The Ordinary Patrons | Real Dining Experience of Ordinary People
an independent Singapore food blog