Media Tasting at The Dragon Chamber
Are you ready to uncover what’s hidden behind the glass fridge door? The Dragon Chamber, a speakeasy bar and restaurant with a public 45-seater, private dining area, and even VVIP area. This restaurant is helmed by Ebb, Flow Group and Tung Lok Group. Immerse in the world of a reminiscent of Chinatown gambling dens and secret society once you stepped into the “fridge”. At The Dragon Chamber, it is more than serving Chinese food. We also get to admire wall artworks from local and regional artists such as Sabotage, Mister Tucks and Riandy Karuniawan, referencing past and recent Chinese traditions. Good news for anyone who loves taking OOTD, anywhere is a photo spot and we can easily scope out a bunch of photo spots like at the fridge door, wall artworks and many more!
Mala is usually associated with hotpot and mala xiang guo, here we see mala fries. Thick and chunky fries with a decent level of spiciness. It’s pretty addictive!!
Mala Fries at S$8.
In case you’re wondering where is the burger, this cheeseburger egg roll is an interpretation of beef and melted cheese wrapped with crispy eggroll skin. Think of savoury beef, saltiness from the cheese, refreshing veggies and crisp eggroll skin.
Cheese Burger Eggrolls at S$14.
The king of spicy yet fragrance, Firecracker chicken with cashew nuts will blow non-heat foodies away with its punch of chilli. Glad that it comes along with maple fritters that went very well with the mala spices. As non-heat foodies, we wished for a bigger portion of maple fritters so that we can indulge more of the firecracker chicken.
Firecracker Chicken and Maple Fritters starting from S$16.
We were shocked by the huge portion in truffle wagyu hor fun. Strong smell of truffles even before we started eating. This is a pile of sliced A4 Kagoshima truffle wagyu layered on a bed of crispy and regular hor fun and topped with onsen egg. Don’t forget to mix it well before you start eating! Decently marbled wagyu slices with bits of char at the edges. I’ve also enjoyed the crispy hor fun with some crispy bites to the conventional hor fun.
Wagyu Truffle Beef Hor Fun at S$68.
The roasted pig’s tail for thick rind of collagen, I would have enjoyed more if it has a softer texture.
Roasted Pig Tail at S$28.
The flaming pineapple beef that caught our attention! Tender beef cubes tossed in a thick, rich and sweet Asian sauce. The sauce might be a little too overwhelming if you have a light tastebud.
Flaming Pineapple Beef at S$28.
The durian fillings are smooth but tasted pretty light on the taste buds. Pssst, the little orange poppings are not ikura. They tasted like dessert jelly.
Fried Durian at S$12.
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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