Spring Court Restaurant Opening Status

Spring Court Restaurant
8.77
| Recommend
Suitable For: info Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Hygiene Grading Scheme A Family Credit Card e-wallet
Price Average: $34.7 -
Price Range: $20 ~ -
Signature: Steamed Vegetable & Minced Prawn Dumpling,Roasted Pork Belly
Tags: Dim Sum, 点心
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Spring Court first opened in 1929 at Great World Amusement Park and was previously known as Wing Choon Yuen. It was founded by Mr Ho Loke Yee, who was a lorry driver. Today, the business is run by his daughter-in-law, Soon Puay Keow, and her son. For years, it has been a popular destination for special occasions such as grand weddings. Their legacy has continued till today and people continue to bring their families and friends here, whatever the occasion. Even up till now, after so many years, they uphold the very same high standards in the kitchen and the food here is consistently of excellent quality. The restaurant is currently located in a beautiful 4-storey heritage shophouse and aside from the dining area, it also houses numerous VIP rooms with karaoke facilities.

Spring Court first opened in 1929 at Great World Amusement Park and was previously known as Wing Choon Yuen. It was founded by Mr Ho Loke Yee, who was a lorry driver. Today, the business is run by his daughter-in-law, Soon Puay Keow, and her son. For years, it has been a popular destination for special occasions such as grand weddings. Their legacy has continued till today and people continue to bring their families and friends here, whatever the occasion. Even up till now, after so many years, they uphold the very same high standards in the kitchen and the food here is consistently of excellent quality. The restaurant is currently located in a beautiful 4-storey heritage shophouse and aside from the dining area, it also houses numerous VIP rooms with karaoke facilities.

Spring Court has an extensive menu and this includes their Dim Sum lunch menu which is the perfect way to spend your afternoon. Available from 11am to 2.30pm daily, look forward to options such as Pork Dumplings (Siew Mai), Shanghai Pork Dumpling (Xiao Long Bao) and Stir-fried Carrot Cake with XO Sauce. One of my favourites would be the Steamed Vegetable and Minced Prawn Dumpling (S$4.80 for 3 pieces) which pleasantly surprised me. Each dumpling came with vegetables and prawns that were encased within a chewy translucent skin. The prawns used were very fresh and crunchy, which added a variant texture that went well with the vegetables and dumpling skin. Another must-try menu item would be the Cheong Fan with Crispy Wafer & Prawn (S$6.20 for one portion). Here, your usual prawn chee cheong fan is jazzed up with the addition of a crispy layer of wafer that adds a satisfying crunch to every bite. Aside from dim sum, I also recommend the Roasted Pork Belly (S$13.80 for one portion) which is honestly one of the best pork bellies I’ve had in Singapore. Don’t be fooled by the seemingly small portion size; each cube of pork is cooked to perfection and you get a good ratio of fat, crackling skin and meat.

Spring Court has an extensive menu and this includes their Dim Sum lunch menu which is the perfect way to spend your afternoon. Available from 11am to 2.30pm daily, look forward to options such as Pork Dumplings (Siew Mai), Shanghai Pork Dumpling (Xiao Long Bao) and Stir-fried Carrot Cake with XO Sauce. One of my favourites would be the Steamed Vegetable and Minced Prawn Dumpling (S$4.80 for 3 pieces) which pleasantly surprised me. Each dumpling came with vegetables and prawns that were encased within a chewy translucent skin. The prawns used were very fresh and crunchy, which added a variant texture that went well with the vegetables and dumpling skin. Another must-try menu item would be the Cheong Fan with Crispy Wafer & Prawn (S$6.20 for one portion). Here, your usual prawn chee cheong fan is jazzed up with the addition of a crispy layer of wafer that adds a satisfying crunch to every bite. Aside from dim sum, I also recommend the Roasted Pork Belly (S$13.80 for one portion) which is honestly one of the best pork bellies I’ve had in Singapore. Don’t be fooled by the seemingly small portion size; each cube of pork is cooked to perfection and you get a good ratio of fat, crackling skin and meat.

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Spring Court Restaurant


OPENING HOURS

※The shop's opening hours may vary due to COVID-19.

Closed Mon 11:00~14:30 / 18:00~22:00

Address

52 UPPER CROSS STREET, 058348

Phone

+65 6449 5030

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LAST UPDATE: 20/Dec/2021

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