Stuff yourself silly with Crystal Jade’s all-day xiao long bao buffet from S$32.80

by Vera
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Self-declared xiao long bao, or xlb for short, monsters like myself will find absolute thrill in knowing that our time to shine has officially reached the perimeters of Crystal Jade‘s Bugis Junction outlet. From just S$32.80, diners will be entitled to a bowl of la mian each, one appetiser per table, and of course the main event — free flow xiao long baos.

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1 la mian per pax

The la mian choices include: Signature Szechuan Dan Dan La Mian, La Mian with Szechuan Hot and Sour Soup, La Mian with Scallion Oil, La Mian with Minced Meat and Mushroom in Spicy Sauce, and La Mian with Minced Pork & Vegetable Wanton.

1 appetiser per table

Meanwhile, the appetiser selection that each table is entitled to are: Chilled Black Fungus & Lily Bulb tossed with Aged Vinegar, Sauteed Japanese Cucumber with Minced Meat & Dried Chilli, as well as Chilled Beancurd with Century Egg & Pork Floss.

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Free-flow xiao long bao

Of course, the superstars we’ve all flocked here for — endless xiao long baos — which come as absolute music to our ears. But as with most things, there’s a catch. Only the original flavoured xiao long baos can be ordered, and a maximum of two baskets of xlbs can be ordered per round. Subsequent orders will taken once the existing baskets of xiao long baos have been consumed.

This promotion is redeemable only for dine-in at Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao Bugis Junction and dining time runs for 90 minutes from the time of seating.

Prices

Monday to Friday: S$32.80/pax (adult), S$22.80/pax (child)
Weekends & eve of and PH: S$36.80/pax (adult), S$26.80/pax (child)
Children below 8 years of age dine for free.

Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao Bugis Junction
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📍 200 Victoria St, #B1–04A, Singapore 188021
🗓️ 18 Oct 2021–30 Nov 2021
🕒 All day

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