Legendary Hong Kong @ Jurong Point 2 Shopping Centre

Located along the streets of “Mongkok” at Jurong Point, Legendary Hong Kong brought me back to the days of Hong Kong, where it serves up authentic Hong Kong cuisine spanning across four different themes – Roasted Meats, Noodles and Congee, Dim Sum and Bakery. Helmed by five accomplished Master Chefs, there were a few notable dishes during my visit, including the signature “Roasted London Duck”.

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Starting with the roasted meats, we ordered the Barbequed Twin Combo $16.80 to get the “best-of-both-worlds” – comprising of the signature roasted “Irish duck” from Silver Hill Farm and the extremely crispy pork belly, which was one of my personal favourites. Their specialty of “Roasted London Duck” is undisputedly one of their best-sellers, where they import “Grade A” Irish ducks all the way from Ireland.


Next up was the Wonton Noodles in Soup $6.80, where the noodles were served “al dente” in rich pork broth, suited to my liking. The hardness and springiness of the noodles were akin to the ones I had in Hong Kong, and were complemented with a handful of shrimp dumplings that had a natural crisp texture when I bit into them.


Moving on to another one of my favourites was the Rice Flour Roll with Deep-fried Shrimp Spring Rolls $5.50, also known as “Chee Cheong Fun”. The texture was smooth and the thickness was just nice with the deep-fried shrimp spring rolls wrapped inside. It is then drizzled with their handmade soy sauce, which was tasteful and not too salty.


Concurrently, we ordered the Sauteed Turnip Cake with XO Sauce $5.50, where the XO sauce were made with dried scallops, chilli, dried shrimp, salted fish, scallions and garlic.


Also, the Steamed Pork Dumplings $5 were juicy on the inside with a good amount of pork and prawn stuffing.


Lastly, we ended our meal from the bakery section with Mini Custard Crust Buns with Salted Egg Yolk $5 for 3, made fresh daily and are baked in small batches at time, and the HK Style Toast (Butter and Condensed Milk) $2.50. Besides that, the HK Style Milk Tea $2.20 (Hot); $2.80 (Iced), definitely had a hint of Hong Kong, where the recipe is prepared from a special blend of five different varieties of teas imported from Hong Kong.


Overall, Legendary Hong Kong exudes the full Hong Kong dining vibe, starting from the ambience to the authentic food with a menu of over 300 dishes. I’m sure you will not have any troubles finding a few dishes that will suit your taste buds, and you’d probably spend an average of $10 to $15 for lunch and $15 to $20 for dinner. Love the overall concept, and I’ll be going back to try more dishes that I had missed out on!


63 Jurong West Central 3
#03-80 Jurong Point 2 Shopping Centre
Singapore 648331

Opening hrs:
Mondays to Fridays: 11am to 10pm
Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays: 10am to 10pm


Words and Photography by Ruth Sim
The writer believes that the beauty of life comes from the essence of many little things and food is definitely one of them. 


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