Casual Chinese diner known for its traditional-style Xiao Chi (snacks) as well as Xiao Long Bao soup dumplings and other home-style dishes.
Jing Hua’s signatures include the delightful Little Juicy Steamed Pork Dumplings ($5), four pieces of Xiao Long Bao soup dumpling with a light but rich, flavourful pork broth, the crispy, flaky crust Chinese Pizza ($10.80), a pizza-inspired creation stuffed with juicy minced pork and seafood, as well as crowd-favourite Pan-fried Pork & Seafood Dumplings ($6.50) comprising six pieces of open-ended dumplings with crispy pan-fried bottom, filled with generous amount of juicy minced pork and chives. Don’t forget to pair them with condiments such as shredded ginger or black vinegar.
Other specialties include Zha Jiang Mian ($6.80), a comforting bowl of noodles topped with rich minced pork and soya bean sauce, contrasted with refreshing, crunchy bean sprouts and shredded cucumber, followed by dessert Crispy Lotus Seed Pancake ($11.50) a piping-hot, sweet and fragrant pancake with a mochi-like inner layer, perfect with Chinese tea.
Jing Hua’s outlet at Palais Renaissance features a chic art-deco style bar crossed with a traditional Singapore Straits Chinese tea room that seats up to 90 people.