First things first: Despite the moniker China Garden, the restaurant serves a raft of other Oriental cuisines, including Korean, Thai and Singaporean. What strikes a diner upon entering the restaurant is its calming ambience. If you are in for an early summer dinner, the last dregs of the sun can be seen leaching into the restaurant through the window slats, bringing into soft focus black and white photographs of tai chi practitioners, floating paper lanterns and Mandarin calligraphy carved in wood. A must-try here is the 'Yang Chu Fried Rice', a medley of shrimp, Chinese sausage and vegetables stirred into plump grains of flavourful rice. 'Hunan Pepper Pork' is a great accompaniment to your rice platter and comes with a sinus-clearing hit of pepper. Equally spunky is the 'Kung Pao Lamb', where sinewy bits of lamb offer a dramatic textural contrast to the melt-in-the-mouth rice dishes.