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Restaurants in Chinatown Singapore

Maxwell Hawker Centre, Burnt Ends, L'Entrecôte, Xiao Ya Tou, Ya Kun Kaya Toast, Yixing Xuan Teahouse, Jing Hua Xiao Chi, Yum Cha, Rhubrab, Tipping Club, Latteria Mozzarella Bar, The Coconut Club, Merci Marcel Club Street, and Many more.

Heading over to some of the best restaurants in Chinatown Singapore, you will not only get a chance to explore the cuisines from China and other Asian countries but also enjoy your time in a bustling place. The glorious food stalls selling authentic Chinese cuisine will definitely remind you of the Chinese nation and their exotic culture. If you're planning a trip, Singapore trip packages often include visits to Chinatown for an immersive cultural experience.

At Maxwell Hawker Center, one can enjoy having a meal from a plethora of food stalls selling amusing fast food items, deep fried dimsums, pork and slow cooked meats with imported and secret ingredients and seasonings and gulp down on cheap fuzzy beers as well. The hustling ambiance and the great food at this food joint is unbeatable making it one of the best restaurants in Chinatown Singapore. Heading over to Burnt Ends, you will get to dine out with your loved ones in the midst of a luxuriant chandelier setting and being pampered by the warm staff members. Must try best Cafes in Singapore and don't forget to experience the Festivals in Singapore that represents the flavors of culture of different countries. 

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Maxwell Hawker Centre

With a myriad of splendid Chinese food stalls for a top notch dining experience or takeaways, the amusing Maxwell Hawker Centre is go-to location on your food venture in Singapore. At this enchanting place enjoy the hustling and bustling Singapore crowd and get ready to have a fantastic time interacting with locals as well. The amazing food joints make it one of the best restaurants in Chinatown Singapore.

Location -  1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184

Timings -  8am - 2am

What to Eat - crispy beancurd skin and fish ball, spicy curry chicken , pork belly, char siu,kuih ubi kayu and kuih kosui, Chee Cheong Fun Club, China Street Hum Jin Pang, Famous Queens Briyani, Fu Shun Shao La Mian Jia, Heng Heng Ondeh Ondeh & Tapioca Cake and Hup Kee Wu Xiang Guan Chang.

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02

Burnt Ends

Following the fascinating and trending open kitchen concept, Burn ends is a marvelous place to dine upon some fancy and delicious barbecued chicken, pork and meat. Enjoy the amusing dining spaces with grills in the middle allowing you to cook your own food as well.

The restaurant has a fabulous interior with extremely well lit halls, luxuriant chandelier settings and comfortable seating spaces making it one of the best restaurants in Chinatown Singapore. The opulence and luxuriant ambiance of this restaurant with great staff hospitality and amusing menu is sheer luxury to enjoy at pocket friendly prices.

Location - 
7 Dempsey Rd, #01-04, Singapore 249671

Timings - 11:45am-11m

What to Eat -
Brisket, barbecued prawns, beef and chicken pieces, sheer and age old wines, fizzy beers.

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03

L'Entrecôte

 Exotic tasting wines, delicious and fresh made steak and evenly tasting salad drenched in the best of dressing and sauces is what makes this place a definite visit in your foodie venture across Singapore. At this artistic attraction, guests can enjoy a holistic ambiance, a hustling crowd of tourists and locals, on time services, vast dining spaces, and gracious staff hospitality.

At L'Entrecôte some of the most delicious orders are there slow cooked steak tossed in tangy homemade sauces and refreshing fried crispy fries. The authentic ambiance and services make it one of the most enchanting restaurants in Chinatown Singapore.

Location - 36 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089614

Timings - 12-3pm,5:30-10pm

What to Eat - A classic cheese selection of Comte, Sainte-Maure, Camembert and Bleu d’Auvergne with Walnuts, Dried Apricot and Baguette, a Steamed Fresh Atlantic Coast Lobster

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Xiao Ya Tou

 Xiao Ya Tou is a restaurant bar offering modern Asian cuisine with a wicked twist that stands out among Duxton Hill's buzzing nightlife. During your stay, try one of the handpicked drinks, like the Yuan Yang & Milo Dinosaur, a luxurious spin on a local mamak favourite. After all, no meal is complete without a warm glow from a few drinks!

Location - 6 Duxton Hill, #01-01, Singapore 089592

Timings - 10am–11pm

What to Eat - Vegetarian mala bowl, Truffle duck  fried rice, crab fried rice

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05

Ya Kun Kaya Toast

With a fascinating history dating back to 1926, the amusing Ya Kun Kaya Toast is one of most attractive and well-reviewed restaurants in Chinatown Singapore. Explore their fancy menu which is intricately crafted and made with love.

The major highlight of this authentic restaurant is its delicious and fragrant snack items like sandwiches, frothy coffees, special Chinese tea and more. Every week the restaurant has a special list which are must haves in your food venture.

Location -
237 Alexandra Rd, #03-09/10 The Alexcier, Singapore 159929

Timings - 9am - 6am

What to Eat - Cheese balls, Kaya balls ,Kaya butter crackers, Soft boiled eggs, hot cappuccino, Asian style sandwiches, iced kopi range, iced lemon tea.

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06

Yixing Xuan Teahouse

China and its gracious authenticity can be best enjoyed at this fascinating restaurant called Yixing Xuan Teahouse. What makes this attraction one of the best restaurants in Chinatown Singapore is its gracious staff service, extremely enchanting customer reviews and futuristic interiors best representing the exemplary culture of China.

 This restaurant serves tea by preparing it with a traditional Chinese approach. 

Location - 
78 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088499

Timings - 10am - 7pm

What to Eat - black tea, flower tea, oolong tea, white tea, delicious range of cakes and cookies to pair your tea with.

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Jing Hua Xiao Chi

Bringing in extremely authentic and appetizing secret recipes from the Chinese land, the ever enchanting Jing Hua Xiao Chi  has been in business for over 3 decades and is a locals favorite hotspot for relishing some super hot Chinese delicacies.

What makes the restaurant one of the best restaurants in Chinatown Singapore is its authentic Chinese menu, gracious stability, well lit interiors which represents a homely ambiance. The shop is the small outlet in the hustling street, but its small size cannot undermine its great food quality and on time services. Take a break from your vacation expedition and have a fantastic time snacking upon some appetizing Chinese delights.

Location - 21/23 Neil Rd, Singapore 088814

Timings - 11:30am–3pm, 5:30–9:30pm

What to Eat - Pan-fried Sichuan Veggie Dumplings

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Yum Cha

 If you are looking for the best restaurants in Chinatown that offer an exquisite menu then this is the place. Chinese culture mainly focuses upon the gratifying family celebrations, gracious amenities and extremely delightful gathering with exquisite food ventures.

At Yum cha relish upon some exotic deep fried dim sum prepared by their skilled chefs and intrinsic food ingredients. At Yum Cha, order from the chef’s delights of which some are rock shrimp tempura, Hawaiian tuna pork and more. The interior of the reactants are extremely grandiose with extrinsic Chinese interiors best highlighting the authentic Chinese culture. 

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Location - 20 Trengganu St, #02-01, Singapore 058479

Timings - 10am–3pm, 6–9pm

What to Eat - H.K. Style Steamed Soon Hock, Pork Trotter w Sea Cucumber & Mushroom 

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09

Rhubrab

Rhubarb offers comfort and elegance while keeping all of the best aspects of this heritage shop house, which is located on picturesque Duxton Hill. Rhubarb believes itself on not just delivering the finest standards, finding the greatest products and wines, but also on providing a wide range of prices.

Guests are treated with extra attention in the modest dining room, which has only seven tables, while witnessing the chefs in the open kitchen. Chef Paul shares his completely different approach to French Culinary traditions with his young workforce. Rhubarb has a wine list that is based on French regions, as well as a small variety of quality digestifs.

Location -  3 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089589

Timings - 12 pm –2:15 pm, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

What to Eat -  Spelt Risotto, Sweetcorn, Amuse Bouche, Emulsion

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Jekyll & Hyde

 Exotic dining space, vast and vivid decorations of futuristic interior, an enticing and delicious looking Chinese food menu and gracious staff services makes  Jekyll & Hyde one of the most exquisite  restaurants in Chinatown Singapore.

At this enchanting food joint, guests can enjoy a huge cocktail bar section with a plethora of exotic drinks to gulp down with your premium quality food. Book for a table on their rooftop bar counter overlooking the serene and splendid cityscape of Singapore.

Location -  74 Neil Road, Singapore 088839

Timings - 5–10:30pm

What to Eat - Peanut butter washed bourbon, Sakura Beef Char Kway Teow, Red wine Japanese curry, Lu Rou claypot rice

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Tipping Club

Challenge your friends for a round of shots and gulp down exotic wine and beverages at the splendid and well lit bar counter at Tippling Club. In this marvelous restaurant, the scenic and iconic interiors represent the authenticity of Chinese culture. This restaurant is one of the best go-to food joints across Singapore and is run by specially skilled chefs. Explore their enchanting menu, amazing cocktails bars and take yourself on a solid gastronomic food journey.

Location -  38 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088461

Timings - 12-9pm

What to Eat - Wagyu beef tartare tartlet, confit yolk, rakkyo zuke, Foie gras cheesecake, amaou strawberry, iranian pistachio, Steamed brioche, manchego, iberico jamon

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Latteria Mozzarella Bar

Latteria Mozzarella Bar is one of the best restaurants to go to for a splendid gastronomic journey and relish upon homemade fresh mozzarella cheese which is incorporated into various exotic Italian cuisine. The best highlight of this vivid food joint is its terrace seating area overlooking the attractive night sky of the opulent Singapore Nation. Explore their vast menu and treat yourself to a fancy dinner with your friends and family. 

Location - 40 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089618

Timings - 12–2:30pm, 6–10:30pm

What to Eat - Stracciatella Cheese with Pappa al Pomodoro , Burrata Cheese with Roasted Pumpkin and Truffle Sauce, Torta Salata with Oyster and Green Asparagus, Crispy Arancini with Parma Ham and Smoked Scamorza Cheese.

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The Coconut Club

Tasty and tempting food, amazing staff services and beautiful interior will definitely make you come back for more at The Coconut Club. This restaurant is a family run business and has been attracting customers for its unparalleled gastronomic journey representing the best of cuisines of various nations.

Situated amidst the immense hustle and bustle of Singapore’s crowd, this attractive restaurant has a well-lit and futuristic interior, with aesthetic seating spaces promising a splendid time with your loved ones. Explore their unique cuisine and order for your favorite dishes right away.

Location - 28 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069708

Timings - 11am–3pm, 6–9:30pm

What to Eat - Prawn and Pineapple Kerabu, Homemade Otah, Sup Kambing

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Merci Marcel Club Street

Your search for the best and most enchanting French restaurant ends at Merci Marcel Club Street. With its exotic blue and white decor, French windows and spotless white tables, you can feel yourself get teleported onto the French land. Enjoy a plethora of cuisine and order for your favorite dishes at Merci Marcel Club Street.

The restaurant is well reviewed for its first grade staff services, high-end amenities and delicious food nonetheless.

Location - 
7-9 Club St, Singapore 069403

Timings -  8am-10:30m

What to Eat - Half-cooked salmon, Duck Parmentier façon Marcel , Impossible Marcel burger, Vegetarian tarte flambée, Caribbean-style roasted pineapple.

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Fleur De Sel Le Restaurant

Singapore has hundreds of French restaurants that promise you an amusing and unbeatable gastronomic journey. At Fleur De Sel Le Restaurant explore marvelous cuisine and exotic age old beverages to add stars to your enchanting foodie venture. At Fleur De Sel Le Restaurant the major highlight is its candlelit dinner affairs that are a perfect spot to treat your partner to a romantic dining experience.

Location - 64 Tras St, Singapore 079003

Timings – 12-12pm, 6:30-10pm

What to Eat - La Truite: Home cured Tasmanian ocean trout, green apple, lemon purée and basil oil, Le Homard: Boston Lobster bisque, lobster tartare with chives, garlic croutons and Avruga Caviar

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  1. Which are the most romantic restaurants in Chinatown Singapore?

    1. tripling club - The delightful ambiance, high-end opulent interiors, and exotic ambiance of this miraculous attraction makes it one of the best restaurants in Chinatown Singapore. Perfect for a candlelit dinner, the restaurant also serves a private dining affair on weekends and valentines week. Take your partner on a gracious date and gulp down exotic beverages whilst relishing some of the best prepared enchanting cuisines as well.

    2. Meta Restaurant
    - Perfect for a date and romantic food venture, the amusing Mate restaurant serves a vast menu and best highlights the authenticity of Chinese cultures. At this restaurant, order for some whole hearted meals like foie gras, tuna sandwich, gimbap, taco and gyeran jjim. Quick services, great staff hospitality and chill ambiance make meta restaurant one of the best restaurants in Chinatown Singapore.

    3. Young Bars and Restaurant
    - Situated amidst the hustling town of Singapore, this delightful restaurant and its romantic ambiance is the perfect spot to spend some quality time with your loved ones. Take your partner on a whimsical date and enjoy an enchanting time which makes this one of the best restaurants in Chinatown Singapore.

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  2. Which are the famous Japanese restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Katachi style sushi - Japanese culture, its authenticity and enchanting cuisine can be best enjoyed at Katachi. Order for sushi platters and gulp down exotic beverages as well. The fascinating interiors, exotic ambiance and amusing staff services will make you come back for more.

    2. Aoki
    - Infusing Singapore cuisine with the delightful Japanese Traditions, Aoki brings you the best of Japanese food at extremely pocket friendly prices. Order for sushi and other exotic Japanese food and have a splendid time enjoying the best dining experience.

    3. Shinzo Japanese cuisine
    - With an unparalleled menu, this amusing Japanese restaurant highlights the authentic ambiance of Japanese cuisine and can be best enjoyed with a whole platter of sushi and vivid drinks.

    4. Tamashii
    - At Tamashii on North Canal Road, you will find that food is served on wooden oars, a beautiful blend of tradition and panache that pays homage to Japanese fishermen who did the same once upon a time. Fresh ingredients are flown in from Japan on a regular basis, and Chef Patrick Tan goes out of his way to cook them in tantalising and oftentimes intriguing ways! Grilled squid lips, ivory shell sashimi, and Japanese clams cooked in a variety of ways were among the previous season's standouts.

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    The best time to go to Singapore is during the months of December till March. During the time, the average temperature is low and allows the tourist to experience the best of all attractions.

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  4. What is Chinatown in Singapore famous for?

    Chinatown is extremely famous for its plethora of food stalls selling exotic and delicious Chinese cuisine at pocket friendly prices. The place is loaded with shops and markets reeking of asian culture and it can be seen as you walk through its alleyways.

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    By Air - Changi Airport is a major international aviation hub and one of Asia's best-connected airports. Singapore is a significant gateway to Southeast Asia, and almost all major international airlines fly into the city-state. Singapore has regular flights to a number of European, Asian, Middle Eastern, Australian, and North American countries. 

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    The island of Singapore is connected to Malaysia and the Asian mainland by two causeways. From 5 a.m. to midnight, there are regular bus services. SBS and Causeway Link run buses, with the latter being substantially faster.

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    Singapore has rail links to Malaysia, including Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur, as well as a route to Bangkok. Three trains run each day, one of which is a sleeper. Trains depart and arrive at Singapore's Tanjong Pagar MRT station.

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