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This creative interpretation of 火鸡 (Chinese for turkey) is available for just S$1 at Dragon Bowl

This creative interpretation of 火鸡 (Chinese for turkey) is available for just S$1 at Dragon Bowl

I have never really like turkey meat because it tends to be very tough and dry. If you are like me and prefer something more tender, yet die-die must eat a 火鸡 (Chinese for turkey) for Christmas, try this creative interpretation of 火鸡 by contemporary Cantonese cuisine and dim sum restaurant, Dragon Bowl (龙碗).

The chicken before it is fired up

The chicken before it is fired up

Priced at a special promotional price of just S$1 for a whole chicken, the Dragon Bowl Christmas Flaming Chicken (龙碗圣诞“火鸡”) will be available for a limited time only during the year-end festive period.

Flaming chicken!

Flaming chicken!

The chicken is marinated and cooked with Dragon Bowl’s own sauce and drenched with Chinese rose wine before being presented to diners to be set on fire for the flaming effect.

Gimmick aside, the chicken is tender and flavourful, with the aroma or the rose wine infused into the chicken. It looks good, smells good and taste good. Best of all, the dish is available at just S$1, cheaper than a plate of chicken rice from your neighbourhood stall!

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Terms and conditions apply of course. This deal is available with a minimum psend of S$80 nett in a single receipt, per bill, per table and valid only for DBS/POSB cardholders only (one more reason you should apply for a DBS/POSB credit card now). The promotion is available all-day from now till 31 December 2017 for dine-in only at all Dragon Bowl outlets.

If you are worried about a prohibitive bill to chalk up S$80 in meal spend, fret not, Dragon Bowl is running a 30% discount on their a la carte dim sum at the same time for lunchtime customers at their Marina Square outlet. This promotion is available all-day, inclusive of weekends, public holidays and eve of public holidays. Take a look at the wide selection of 33 dim sum items to choose from:

Hungry?

Instead of a western-style Christmas meal, why not enjoy a Chinese-style dim sum lunch at Dragon Bowl this year?

The dim sum highlights include innovative dishes such as their Fried Shrimp Rolls Wrapped in “Cheong Fun” (S$6.50); the classic Crispy BBQ Pork Pastry (S$4.50); Steamed Violet Vegetable Dumpling (S$4.30); Steamed Jade Garlic Chives Dumpling (S$4.30); Poached Northern Mala Dumpling (S$4.30) and Claypot Taro Cake with Preserved Meat (S$4.30).

Steamed Fried Carrot Cake with XO Sauce (XO酱炒萝卜糕) - S$6.50

Steamed Fried Carrot Cake with XO Sauce (XO酱炒萝卜糕) – S$6.50

Steamed Jade Garlic Chives Dumpling (翡翠韭菜饺) - S$4.30

Steamed Jade Garlic Chives Dumpling (翡翠韭菜饺) – S$4.30

Crispy BBQ Pork Pastry (酥皮叉烧酥) - S$4.50

Crispy BBQ Pork Pastry (酥皮叉烧酥) – S$4.50

Poached Northern Mala Dumpling (北方麻辣饺) - S$4.30

Poached Northern Mala Dumpling (北方麻辣饺) – S$4.30

In addition, Dragon Bowl added two new premium porridge items on their menu – Crab Roe Live Lobster Golden Porridge (蟹黄咸蛋龙虾粥) and Pumpkin Live Lobster Golden Porridge (金瓜龙虾黄金粥). Priced at S$38++, each portion serves two pax and is deal for sharing.

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Interested to visit Dragon Bowl to try out their food?

Dragon Bowl currently operates three restaurants in Singapore located in Aperia Mall, Marina Square and Greenwich V. For reservations, visit the official website or call the following numbers:

Marina Square: +65 6858 1588
Greenwich V: +65 6753 1588
Aperia Mall: +65 6702 1588

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