Old Hong Kong Group founded by Hong Konger Victoria Li has a interesting business model, with 6 different restaurants at 6 price markets. There is the casual 24-hour Old Hong Kong Tea House at Katong Village, a Bruce Café at University Town targeted at tertiary students, and the very upmarket Old Hong Kong Taste and Old Hong Kong Legend.
If I ask you to name the best Cantonese or Dim Sum restaurants in Singapore, you may rattle off the likes of Crystal Jade, Imperial Treasure, Yan Ting, Royal China or Wah Lok. Few may know that Old Hong Kong Legends at Raffles City is listed among top 5 dim-sum restaurants in Singapore by Lifestyle Asia.
I was invited for an Imperial Dragon Feast which has a carefully crafted with prime ingredients such as abalone, bird nest, sea cucumber and the main star – fresh lobsters. Essentially, this is the best of the best ingredients. And it is very typical Chinese to impress.
The Baked Lobster covered with a thin layer of cheese is another sumptuous creation of East-meets-West, with chunks of lobster flesh buried with a rich-tasty sauce and black truffles.
Old Hong Kong Legend
252 North Bridge Road, #02-18 Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore (City Hall MRT)
Tel: +65 6336 3038
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 10:30pm