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Peach Garden

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It began with a passion

Two ladies, Angela Ho and Veronica Tan envisioned a place where connoisseurs of traditional Cantonese cuisine can dine in ambience that celebrates fine living.

The first Peach Garden restaurant in Novena Garden was opened in 2002. The flagship restaurant thrilled patrons with a delectable spread of signature dishes served in individual fine dining portions.

And as testament of the quality of their offerings, the ladies opened two more Peach Garden restaurants, at Thomson Plaza and most recently at 33 in The Executive’s Club within the next four years.

Peach Garden restaurants have earned numerous dining accolades from renowned magazines such as Singapore Tatler and Wine & Dine.

Additional Info

  • Address: Hotel Miramar, 401 Havelock Road, Level 3, Singapore 169631
  • Phone: +65 6736 3833
  • Address: The Executives’ Club, 65 Chulia Street, #33-01, OCBC Centre, Singapore 049513
  • Phone : +65 6535 7833
  • Fax: +65 6532 6733
  • Address: Orchid Club Road, #02-35, Social Club House, Singapore 769162
  • Phone: +65 6759 3833
  • Fax: +65 6755 3133
  • Address: Orchid Club Road #01-04, Driving Range Singapore 769162
  • Phone: +65 6754 3313
  • Address: Peach Garden @ Thomson Plaza, 301 Upper Thomson Road, #01-88 Thomson Plaza, Singapore 574408
  • Phone: +65 6451 3233
  • Fax: +65 6451 0509
  • Address: 273 Thomson Road, #01-06 Novena Gardens, Singapore 307644
  • Phone: +65 6254 3383
  • Fax: +65 6254 4633
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