Open Hours: Weekdays: 11am to 2.30pm, 5.30pm to 10pm. Weekends and PH: 11am to 10pm

Joyce Roxanne

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The restaurant’s dedication and passion for creating delectable home-cooked dishes won Gu Ma Jia an award at the Singapore Food Festival 2010 and a second award at the Food Fest 2013 as one of the Top 10 Restaurants in Singapore. She has also contributed recipes to Young Parents Magazine, Simply Her Magazine and uWeekly. http://www.joyceroxanne.com/2016/12/cny-2017.html

Mylilbookworm

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Two varieties of sumptuous feasts have been prepared for CNY 2017 at Gu Ma Jia. You can look forward to spending quality time with families while enjoying a delectable spread. Famous for their consistent presentation and taste, Gu Ma Jia is also known for their cleanest, freshest ingredients that are handpicked and quality checked by Gu Ma and most importantly – no added MSG. http://mylilbookworm.blogspot.sg/2016/12/gu-ma-jia-chinese-new-year-reunion-set.html

Jenniferyeolifestyle

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These timeless classics are delicately handcrafted and baked to glorious golden brown. The White Lotus Paste with Single Yolk and Macadamia nuts is my all-time favourite. I think the combination of the salted egg yolk and macadamia nuts is heavenly, giving it a well-balanced sweetness. http://jenniferyeolifestyle.blogspot.sg/2016/09/over-moon-with-these-divine-mooncakes.html

JacquelineKoh

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Tender pork ribs are served in aluminum foil to retain the juiciness and natural flavors of the ribs. Drenched in sweet tangy sauce, the dish is sweet and savory at the same time. An exquisitely delectable dish, it is a favourite among Gu Ma Jia regulars. This is my favourite dish!!!!!!! It is so juicy and tasty and it has a slight alcoholic taste. Perfect dish for me!   http://www.jacquelinekoh.com/2016/03/dinner-at-gu-ma-jia.html

JoyceRoxanne

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This dish features Kai Lan vegetables cooked in two styles, blanched and fried. Talk about uniqueness!!! Crispy Kai Lan leaves are deep friend to perfection, coupled with thick and crunchy Kai Lan stems. The fried crispy tasty leaves are a huge hit, especially with kids! http://www.joyceroxanne.com/2016/06/gu-ma-jia-private-kitchen.html