A huge new restaurant from the Singapore-based restaurant conglomerate Crystal Jade opens today at Embarcadero Center 4, and just to reiterate, this place is enormous. As we noted last month, this is the first U.S. location for the upscale Chinese chain, and the full name for this one is Crystal Jade Jiang Nan.

Eater has some nice photos of the second-floor space, which was formerly (a decade back) home to Harbor Village restaurant.

You can check out the full menu here, which includes plenty of seafood dishes, including Sichuan-style seafood chowder, and live seafood like Dungeness crab and Maine lobster. There's also a whole roast suckling pig to serve a large group, which clocks in at $328.

As the Chron reports, ubiquitous local designer Ken Fulk helped with the "opulent" interior, part of a $14 million buildout that was underwritten by luxury corporation LVMH. The main entrance is at street level near the intersection of Drumm and Sacramento, and upstairs there's a 200-seat dining room, a 4,500-square foot kitchen, several private dining rooms including one that accommodates 80, and a 4,000-square-foot patio with views of the Bay Bridge.

Also, for FiDi lunch-goers, there's a takeout spot at ground level called Singapore To-Go.

Crystal Jade - Four Embarcadero Center, Enter on Drumm - 415-399-1200