25 Chinese Restaurants in Singapore For Mouth Watering Meals!
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Chinese Restaurants in Singapore

Min Jiang, Summer Pavilion, Yi by Jereme Leung, Yun Nans, Myo Resto bar, Madame Fan, Shang Social, Jiang-Nan Chun, Beng Hiang, Fu Lin Men Cantonese Dining, Man Fu Yuan, Peach Blossoms and many more.

Everyone, regardless of age, enjoys Chinese cuisine, and Chinese Restaurants in Singapore will just impress you with their wide range of menu and relaxed ambience. If you ever visit this lovely paradise, you will be both delighted and perplexed by the enormous number of excellent restaurants where you and your loved ones can enjoy wonderful Chinese cuisine. These places offer a varied choice of dining alternatives and cuisines to meet any requirement, regardless of what you're desiring. Whether you're looking for a budget-friendly meal or indulging in a luxurious dining experience, the Singapore Package includes something for everyone.

There are numerous Chinese Restaurants in Singapore which serve authentic dishes like Min Jiang which is one of the best places for couples to go on a dinner date and Summer Pavilion which nestles in the midst of foliage and recalls the charms of springs giving guests a truly enchanting ambience. So, while on vacation in this tiny little paradise, here is a list of the various restaurants and cafes that you must not miss out at any cost. Looking for Indian Cuisine to try then checkout Indian Restaurants in Singapore

Here is the list of best Chinese restaurants in Singapore:

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Min Jiang

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Min Jiang, an award winning Chinese Restaurant in Singapore, aims to grow its presence all over the world. The second independent establishment of this chain is completely controlled by the Goodwood Park Hotel off site, nestled among the lush greenery of Dempsey Hill.

It is a one storey white American colonial structure featuring a main hall for dining, three private banquet halls, and a timber patio outside for outdoor dining. It is also a beautiful option for couples looking for a fascinating setting for their nuptials.

Location: 7A Dempsey Road, Singapore 249684 Singapore

What to eat: fresh scallops with asparagus, hon shimeji mushrooms, Dim Sum platter

Timing: 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM and 6:30 PM - 10:30 PM

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Summer Pavilion

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The appropriately titled Summer Pavilion, which is surrounded by foliage and features a glazed plaza, recalls the charm of spring and gives customers the sense of dining in a beautiful garden.

The flowery designs on the dinnerware and the orchestral selections including the Chinese flute are both lovely representations of the Chinese summer, but the cuisine is the most remarkable of all. This is certainly one of the best Chinese Restaurant in Singapore.

Location: Level 3, 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore (039799)

What to eat: Pan-Fried Shredded Yam & Pumpkin Dim Sum, Lobster Poached Rice, Braised Estuary Grouper with Dried Beancurd Skin, Braised King Scallop with Stuffed Eggplant, Prawn Paste & Spicy Sauce, Barbecued Pi Pa Duck, Chilled Yam Paste with Ice Cream

Timings: Mon-Sun: 12-9pm

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Lei Garden Restaurant

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To complement your fitness adventure, enjoy guilt-freely at Lei Garden, which offers a wide variety of nutritious options. The Lei Garden delivers delicious cuisine in an ample natural light setting, housed in a lovely historical structure.

Exquisite tardiness and burgers, mouth watering sweets await you at the restaurant where you can wash it all down with purifying mimosas.

Location: 30 Allanbrooke Road Singapore (099983)

What to eat: Miso Eggplant, Smashed Avocado, The Garden Burger, Wild Berry Clafoutis

Timings: Thu-Mon: 11am-7:30pm
                Closed Tuesday & Wednesday

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Yun Nans

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Yun Nans is one of the secluded Chinese Restaurant in Singapore, serving Yunnan food.Boiled pot lentil soup, roasted exotic porcini mushrooms, Yunnan rice noodles and handcrafted rose pastries are among the restaurant’s specialties, which are produced with the best ingredients from the Yunnan Province’s mountains.

Location: #02-217, Singapore

What to eat: Steam Pot Chicken Soup With Wild Mushrooms, Prosperity Abalone Yu Sheng

Timings: Mon - Fri: 11.30pm - 4.30pm, 5.30pm - 10pm
                Sat - Sun/PH: 11am - 4pm, 5pm-10pm

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Myo Restobar

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Myo is a pun on the Chinese word miao yan, which signifies “to swallow marvel”, and it serves every one of the popular Chinese meals as well as wonderful dim sum from the old Kim Tian location.

Visitors to this Chinese Restaurant in Singapore would not have to pick between dim sum and more robust meals, thanks to the wonderful expert chefs at the restaurant. Both are now possible.

Location: 138 Robinson Road, Oxley Tower, Lobby 1, #19-01, Singapore, 068906

What to eat: Myo Claypot Organic Chicken, Assorted Dim Sum, Crispy Noodles with Prawn, Lobster & Vermicelli In Superior Stock, Yuzu Prawn Dumpling, Flaky Beef Pastry, Tangy Orange Braised Pork Ribs with Buns, NZ Tenderloin Cubes with Garlic & Broccoli, Treasures of the Sea

Timings: Friday 11am–3pm, 5:30–9:30pm
                Saturday 11am–3pm, 5:30–9:30pm,
                Sunday 11am–3pm, 5:30–9:30pm

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Madame Fan

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The whole of this Chinese Restaurant in Singapore exudes luxury, from the English lighting to the opulent gold decor. This is mirrored in the cuisine which emphasizes superior foods prepared to bring forth their full flavour potential.

The Claypot Japanese Rice with Japanese Sweet Potato is ideal for carb lovers. Another fantastic alternative is the Lobster which features mildly sweet and luscious lobster flesh that matches well with the soft noodles.

Location: 32 Beach Road, The NCO Club, Singapore (189764)

What to eat: Wok-Fried Crispy Duck, White Pepper Crab, Lobster Cantonese with Wanton Noodle, Drunken Chicken Soup, Scallop Shumai, Jasmine Pork Ribs, Australian Rib-eye with Sarawak Black Pepper

Timings: Mon-Fri: 12-2:30pm, 6-10pm
                Sat-Sun: 11am-3:30pm,

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Shang Social

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Shang Social, the prestigious Shangri-La Group’s first independent endeavour in Chinese Restaurants in Singapore, is located at the beautiful JEWEL @ Changi Airport. Diners may look forward to posh setting, excellent service, and a diverse food.

Three primary cuisines, Chinese, Huaiuing and Sichuan have influenced the cuisine here. Three dining nooks are located here for formal, communal and refreshments.

Location: 78 Airport Boulevard, #01-219 to 222, Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore (819666)

What to eat: Signature Honey Pork Belly, Sichuan Kung Pao Prawn, Deep-Fried Boneless Chicken filled with Fried Glutinous Rice, Braised Black Marbled Pork and Eight Treasures Tofu Pudding

Timings: Mon-Thu: 11:30am-4pm, 5-9pm (Last Order: 8:30pm)
                Fri-Sun, Eve of PH & PH: 11:30am-10pm (Last Order: 9:30pm)

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Jiang-Nan Chun

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The similarly magnificent Jiang-Nan Chun, which calls the Luxury Four Seasons home, never fails to impress customers with its superb, award winning cuisine.

You will enter a majestic wonderland in this Chinese Restaurant in Singapore with sumptuous furniture appropriate for an emperor’s castle after ascending a flight of marble steps. Simply envision elaborately carved wood, luxurious leather couches and attractive rugs.

Location: 190 Orchard Boulevard, Level 2, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, Singapore (248646)

What to eat: Peking Duck, Dragon Tiger Garoupa, Sea Whelk, Maka, Dried Scallops & Pork Ribs Soup, Steamed Scallop Dumpling with Crab Meat & Shrimp, Baked Flaky Pastry with Smoked Ham

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:30am-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm

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Beng Hiang

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Beng Hiang, which first opened its doors in 1978, has earned a reputation as one of the best Chinese Restaurant in Singapore. The basic and substantial Hokkien meals done correctly are reflected in the interior’s plain, homey design.

Authentic Hokkien delicacies which include Oyster Omelette, Kong Ba Bao and Suckling Pig should not be missed.

Location: 135 Jurong Gateway Road, #02-337, Singapore (600135)

What to eat: Fish Maw with Crabmeat Soup, Stewed Black Chicken Herbal Soup, Oyster Omelette, Kong Ba Bao, Hokkien Mee, Double Boiled Bird's Nest Soup

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:30am-2:30pm, 6-9:30pm

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Fu Lin Men Cantonese Dining

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Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen, another 2 in 1 diner, offers yong tau foo each day before transitioning to fusion Asian tapas and an alcoholic buffet at evening.

Deep frying both traditional tofu and pork selections till they become wonderfully brown, then slurping it all up with only a plate of long orzo pasta and trademark stewed mushroom gravy, is their finest form of yong tau foo.

Location: 127 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore (068596)

What to eat: Fu Lin Yong Tau Foo, Crabmeat & Prawns Fried Rice, Smoked Duck Peking Wrap, Lamb Rack, Mala Beef Slices

Timings: Mon-Fri: 11am-10:30pm
                Sat: 4-10:30pm
                Closed Sunday

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Man Fu Yuan

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Man Fu Yuan is one of the best Chinese Restaurant in Singapore, delivering gastronomic marvels that highlight an exquisite mix of spices and tastes, enhanced by new versions and fresh ingredients, and has been named one among Singapore’s top Chinese places by Singapore Tatler.

Expect a sophisticated food experience associated with traditional culinary skills with a curated choice of exceptional wines and premium tea matches to complement your meal.

Locations: 80 Middle Road, Level 2, InterContinental Singapore, Singapore (188966)

What to eat: Chilled Fanny Bay oysters in Hua Diao wine, Braised beef short ribs and wild mushrooms in lotus leaf, Kung Fu Soup - double boiled sakura chicken, abalone, maca, morel mushrooms served in a teapot, Poached marble goby fish with mala green peppercorns and salted vegetable broth

Timings: Wed-Fri: 12-3pm, 6-10pm (Last Order: 9:30pm)

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Shisen Hanten

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At Mandarin Orchard, Chen Kentaro’s Shisen Hanten, Japan’s most popular Szechwan restaurant brand, has opened its first branch in Singapore. Chen Kenmin, known as the “Father of Szechwan Cuisine in Japan,” founded Japan’s first Szechwan establishment in 1958.

Chef Kentaro has been demonstrating his knowledge of Szechwan cooking with a menu that honors Shisen Hanten’s characteristic flavour with classic Cantonese dishes since the restaurant opened in 2014.

Location: 333 Orchard Road Level 35 Mandarin Orchard Hotel Singapore Singapore (238867)

What to eat: Braised Abalone in Premium Soya Sauce, Mapo Tofu, Chen's Original Spicy Soup Noodle, Roasted Crispy Duck, Barbecued with Honey Glaze, Stir-Fried Wagyu Beef with Green Peppers, Pan Roasted Rack of Lamb, Cold Almond Pudding

Timings: Mon-Sun: 12-3pm, 6-10pm

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Hai Tien Lo

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Amidst a countryside setting already packed with cafes and diners, in a place where food is nearly a passion, new cafes open every single day. So you know it is definitely going to have something unique when a Chinese Restaurant in Singapore like Hai Tien Lo succeeds in catching the peoples’ eye and constantly attracts a large crowd of customers.

Specialties on the takeout menu include Steamed Charcoal Barbecue Pork Bun with Black Truffles and Steamed Pork and Prawns Dumplings with Fish Roe, but if buckets of bits aren't your thing, the superb mains and sets are also highly recommended. ‘Stairway to Heaven’, as Hai tien Lo is known, is definitely a fitting name.

Location: 7 Raffles BoulevardLevel 3 Pan Pacific Singapore Singapore (039595)

What to eat: Steamed Charcoal Pork Buns with Black Truffles, Steamed Pork and Prawn Dumplings, Double-boiled Mini Buddha Jumps over the Wall , Stir-fried Sliced Grouper

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:30am-2:30pm, 6-10pm

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The Empress restaurant has a spectacular view of the Singapore River and offers riverfront dinner, hence it is one of the best Chinese Restaurant in Singapore.

The restaurant’s proposed design, which reflects the museum’s architectural concept, is one that merges old and new. Its modern decor and vivid design combine with the historical exterior, and guests will undoubtedly appreciate the contrast of informal dining inside the boundaries of a traditional museum.

Location: 1 Empress Place #01-03 Asian Civilisations Museum Singapore (179555)

What to Eat: Chilli Crab Mantou Buns, King Prawn Dumpling in Supreme Broth, Wok-Charred Broccoli & Broccolini Salad, Seared Angus Beef Tenderloin Cubes, Triple Roast Platter, Hokkaido Scallop & Prawn ‘Mapo’ Tofu, Dragon's Breath Angus Beef Hor Fun, Sticky Date & Longan Pudding, Pandan Crème Brûlée

Timings: Mon-Fri: 11:30am-3pm (Last Order: 2:30pm), 6-10:30pm (Last Order: 10pm)

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The Dragon Chamber

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The Dragon Chamber is a Chinese Restaurant in Singapore tucked away inside a vividly coloured Kopitiam. In restaurants, whatever appears to be a typical beer cooler is instead a hidden entrance that leads to its own hidden chambers.

The Dragon Chamber’s usually decorated with paintings from various local painters, giving it a feel of Chinatown casinos and secret society meetups.

Location: 2 Circular Road , Singapore (049358)

What to Eat: Dragon’s Claw, Crocodile Foot braised in Chinese herbs, Wagyu Truffle Hor Fun, Dragon Mountain, Firecracker Chicken, Cheeseburger Eggrolls

Timings: Tue-Sun: 11am-3pm, 5-10:30pm (Closed Monday)

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Yan Ting

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Yan Ting, located within the stately St. Regis hotel, is among the city’s finest Chinese Restaurant in Singapore. It is a beloved among sophisticated customers searching for a peaceful and private setting to enjoy a sumptuous and elegant dim sum breakfast or more lavish feasts for important events.

Experience the pinnacle of great Chinese food with authentic Cantonese elegance and flavor.

Location: 29 Tanglin Road, Level 1U, The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore (247911)

What to Eat: Pan-Fried Chicken with Morel in Superior Soy Sauce, Pan-Seared A9 Wagyu Beef Fillet with Mushroom Sauce, Braised Whole Abalone in Superior Oyster Sauce, Dimsum, Roast Pork, Double-boiled Sea Whelk Consommé with Garlic,

Timings: Mon-Fri: 12-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm (Last Order: 9:45pm)
                Sat, Sun & PH: 10:30am-12:30pm, 1-3pm

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Min Jiang at Dempsey

Min Jiang at Depmsey, hidden below a luxuriant canopy of vegetation, serves delectable slices of smoked kissed beef to the Dempsey neighbourhood.

This Chinese Restaurant in Singapore is stylish, with frosty window panes, an arched dome and copper hued decorations, with Japanese folk music. The cafe’s unique barbecue meal has the potential to capture all your hearts.

Location: 7A/B Dempsey Road Singapore (249684)

What to Eat: Yakitori Platter, Uni Shabu Shabu, Grilled Japanese Squid with Liver Sauce, Yasai Maki (Vegetable Rolls), Snow Crab Fried Rice

Timings: Tue-Sun: 12-3pm, 6pm-12am , 10:30pm

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Peach Blossoms

Peach Blossoms is a top regarded Chinese Restaurant in Singapore which strives to amaze guests with intriguing set menus and a fantastic assortment of specialty dishes delivered in lovingly presented servings.

Peach Blossoms offers a vast range of exclusive dining areas for more private parties, making it ideal for big groups or celebrations. The fish is stewed and cooked in a delicious sauce and topped with ginger pieces that give flavour to every mouthful.

Location: 133 New Bridge Road, #02-36, Chinatown Point, Singapore (059413)

What to eat: Roasted Crispy Peking Duck, Steamed Soon Hock Fish in “Hong Kong” Sauce, Deep Fried Duck Meat with Salt and Pepper, Stewed Vermicelli with Assorted Diced Seafood and Baby Cabbage in Black Bean Sauce

Timings: Mon-Sun: 10am-10pm

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Peony Jade Restaurant

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The Chinese culinary culture in Singapore is shook up by the Peony Jade Restaurant. The cuisine here encompasses a set of meals that really are visually pleasing as well as a treat to the taste buds, and is overseen by Chef Ricky Liew, who is noted for his innovative display and recipes.

The meals here are ideal for fitness enthusiasts since they include no MSG and very little oil, making it one of the best Chinese Restaurant in Singapore.

Location: 10 Bukit Chermin Road Mezzanine Singapore (109918)

What to eat: Char Siew Soh, Chili Crab Sauce Dumpling, Peking Duck, Hot Sweetened Teochew ‘Oor-ni’ with Gingko Nuts

Timings: Mon-Fri: 11am-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm
                Sat-Sun: 10:30am-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm

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Yi by Jereme Leung

Yi by Jereme Leung, which is located on the third level of the rebuilt Raffles Arcade, uses the upscale restaurant’s art form to arouse visitors’ appetites and senses.

This Chinese Restaurant in Singapore serves food that transports diners on a culinary journey through China’s various cultural regions. Enjoy a carefully crafty menu that includes both off menu specialties and crowd pleasers.

Location: 328 North Bridge Road, #03-02, Raffles Hotel Singapore, Singapore (188719)

What to eat: Sichuan Spicy Chicken & Luncheon Meat, Sichuan Spiced Crispy Fish Skin, Brined Duck Breast, Beef Tripe & Ox Tongue with Sichuan Chilli Dressing, Golden Roasted Duck with Rose & Fermented Bean Sauce & Rainbow Pancakes, Braised Beef Cheeks, Fried Rice with Char Siew, Pork Belly & Pickled Long Beans

Timings: Open Daily (Mon-Sun; Including Public Holidays)
                 Lunch: 11:30am-2pm (Last Seating: 1:30pm)
                 Dinner: 6-9:30pm (Last Seating: 9:15pm)

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Majestic Restaurant

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The famous Majestic Restaurant has relocated to Marina One in the prominent Marina Bay business sector, which was originally situated with the New Majestic Hotel.

The Chinese restaurant contains new delicacies that your taste buds will enjoy, keeping up with the chef’s style of modern Chinese food steeped in ancient Chinese techniques.

Location: 5 Straits View, #04-01, Marina One The Heart, Singapore (018935)

What to eat: Xiao Long Bao in Bak Kut Teh-style, Majestic Trio Combination, Roasted Ireland Silver Hill Duck in Peking Style, Stewed "Mee Sua" Baby Abalone, Smoked Kampung Kitchen

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:30am-3pm, 5:45-10pm

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Crystal Jade Golden Palace

Crystal Jade Golden Palace is a beautiful institution in one of Orchard Road’s most renowned complexes. As white dots from the spectacular crystal chandeliers gleam off the reflecting elements of glass, the earthy tones generate a classic atmosphere.

Crystal Jade Golden Palace is a showcase of Crystal Jade's outstanding gourmet delights, featuring contemporary Chinese fine-dining at its finest. Discover Michelin-starred cuisine that is always developing and transforming thanks to the brilliance of award-winning master chefs. Only the finest ingredients are used, and they are skillfully prepared with expert culinary flair. You will get to taste an assortment of regional dishes that are enticing and of unquestionable quality in a beautiful modern Chinese setting.

Location: 391 Orchard Road, #04-19, Takashimaya Shopping Center, Singapore (238872)

What to eat: Crystal Jade Suckling Pig, Roasted Crispy Pork Belly, Roasted Peking Duck, Sautéed & Deep Fried Whole Live Garoupa, Double boiled Whole Yellow Melon Soup with Assorted Seafood,

Timings: Mon-Fri: 11am–3pm, 6–9:30pm Sat, Sun & PH: 10:30am–3:30pm, 6–9:30pm

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Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House

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Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House in Quayside Isle is a much needed change from the normal chilli crab restaurants, and is the ideal retreat from the hustle bustle of Singapore's core.

With outstanding reviews for their expertly cooked cuisine, its evident that this restaurant is more than simply a scenic eating spot.

Location: 31 Ocean Way, #01-13, Quayside Isle, Singapore (098375)

What to eat: Crispy Fried Salmon Skin, Crispy Fried Squid Tentacles, Blue Lotus Signature Chilli Pomelo Crab, Wok Fried Kagoshima Wagyu Beef Tenderloin,

Timings: Mon-Thu: 5:30-10pm
                Fri-Sun: 11:30am-3pm, 5:30-10pm


Si Chuan Dou Hua

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Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant, a secluded treasure in the Little India area known for genuine Chinese and Sichuan specialties, has unveiled a completely new style with traditional Asian components that merge perfectly with a contemporary touch elegance.

Enjoy a mouthwatering array of fresh Chinese masterpieces that are trademarks of culinary heritage, talents, ingenuity and expertise to execute as well as hearty Sichuan favorites beautifully cooked.

Location: 181 Kitchener Road, Singapore (208533)

What to eat: Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles, Double-boiled Bird's Nest in Thick Soup with "Kampung" Chicken, Braised Fish Maw and Goose Web, Signature Bean Curd Medley

Timings: Mon-Sun: 11:30am-2:30pm, 6-10pm

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East Ocean Teochew Restaurant

The true heart of Teochew food is minimal, delicate taste and precision preparation that brings out the most of an ingredient’s inherent flavor.

This is reflected in every meal served at the East Ocean Teochew Restaurant from the most basic such as fresh vegetables, to the most opulent, such as magnificent ocean riches.

Location: 391 Orchard Road Ngee Ann City Podium Block #05-08/09, Singapore 238872 Singapore

What to eat: Pacific Buri, Chatham Island Blue Cod

Timings: Tue-Thu:
                Lunch: 11:30am (First Seating), 1:30pm (Second Seating)
                Dinner: 6pm (First Seating), 8:30pm (Second Seating)
                Closed Wednesday

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  1. Which are the rooftop restaurants in Singapore with Spectacular Views?

    1. Cassia Restaurant: Cassia welcomes you to join in the celebration of Renaissance in the form of delectable Chinese food, with influence drawn from ancient spice pathways in Southern and Western China, as well as the waters around Singapore. Favorites are made with utmost regard for custom, using only the finest local materials to produce a sensory feast in this Chinese Restaurant in Singapore. Established cultural culinary skills are combined with modern Chinese skills in the recipes.

    2. Grand Shanghai Restaurant: Grand Shanghai has a vintage design and a new cuisine, paying homage to the Orient’s Paris. A treat again for the senses is promised here at the Grand Shanghai. Experience the opulence and liveliness of Shanghai’s stylish period in vibrant Singapore, influenced by Shanghai's golden period of the 1930s, once which was regarded as “The Paris of the East”.

    3. Summer Pavilion: Summer Pavilion gives an outstanding dining experience amidst a lovely garden by serving Chinese specialties and trendsetting displays for lunch and dinner. You will be mesmerized by the constant new and innovative attitudes towards exquisite Chinese cuisines, and you will be left wanting more, making it one of the best Chinese Restaurant in Singapore.
  2. Which are the famous Italian restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Positano Risto: In the Arab Street of Singapore, Positano Rosto seems to be the only halal Italian cafe. It features a variety of delectable Italian cuisines to tempt you. In this gorgeous tiny bistro, you would not even need booze to be drunk, the exciting food is enough for it.

    2. Rosso Vino: Rosso Vino has quickly established itself as one of Singapore’s best Italian restaurants, serving authentic Italian cuisine. The restaurant delivers a gourmet experience focused on delivering on its tagline of high quality, authentic Italian food served with the warmest hospitality.

    3. Dolce Vita: Dolce Vita offers a new spin on the seductive flavors of classic Italian food in a calm, friendly environment. It is dedicated to preserving the real essence of authentic Italian food, using only the best ingredients and finest components in its regular dishes. It offers a pleasant, sun kissed ambiance that complements the fantastic food featuring sliding large windows that open to the beautiful vistas of the contemporary pool area.

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  3. Which are the rooftop restaurants in Singapore with Spectacular Views?

    1. Braci: Braci, which occupies the fifth and sixth stories of a renovated historic building in the centre of busy Boat Quay, features a gastropub with beautiful scenery of the Singapore River. Modern Italian food and traditional drinks are served in the Chinese Restaurant in Singapore.

    2. CE LA VI: CE LA VI offers breathtaking vistas and delectable cuisine. Its positioning strategy above the SkyPark Observation Deck, on the 57th level of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, ensures that the beautiful Singapore skyline serves as your background. It is most certainly one of the finest Chinese Restaurant in Singapore.

    3. Zafferano: On the 43rd storey of Ocean Financial Center at Collyer Quay, Zafferano gleams like a glistening gem, dominating the Central Business District and Marina Bay Sands. The elegant patio bar of this Chinese Restaurant in Singapore is the ideal spot for taking in the scenery while drinking a glass of wine.
  4. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    Although you could easily visit Singapore during the entire year, it is advised to visit in the months of December and June. Travel is at its busiest this time of the year, hence the major attractions are guaranteed to remain open.
  5. What is Singapore famous for?

    Singapore’s many attractions are sure to fascinate travelers to the island, through its centuries old temples, lively market places and beautiful verdant landscapes. The schedule of events in the region is similarly diversified, providing visitors with several opportunities of new and varied experiences, engagement and expression of their interests.
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23 July 2019
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I had booked my Universal studio Singapore tickets from Thrillophilia and I must say I got the best deal.After purchasing they would send a mail to fill the details of travellers. It was very organised and we need to take the printout or mail of the tickets they send to the Universal studio..For my future trips I would definitely go with thrillophilia..
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"Easy and simple. you can either take a print out or scan the barcode in your mobile at the entrance. Good experience."
"wonderfull experience at universal studios. opens at 10 am to 5 pm. tickets received from thrillophilia were for direct entry to Universal studios. no problems at all. also the lowest prices at thrillophilia."
30 December 2019
Wonderful & thrilling experience. Must to do is transformer ride. Mummy is like deep space in Imagica, if you have guts to do it...then only go for it.
25 November 2019
Really loved the place, too clean and well maintained. They have around 100+ huge aquariums and have thousands of species. Really love the place.
Great experience.
"We checked a lot of sites for booking of universal studios tickets but we got the best deal on Thrillophilia. We had booked the tickets 10 days prior to reaching singapore and we received the email from the thrillophilia team within 24 hours.Our entry in the universal studios was hassle free and it is very clearly mentioned as in where to scan the tickets. So if you're booking the attractions on your own for Singapore, without a doubt you can go for thrillophilia as per my experience."
I booked a cruise tour to Singapore. I went there with my friends to experience something exceptional for our vacation. We had very few days in our hands to strategize our trip and to maximise the trip in best way possible, so it was best to go with thrillophilia. Looking for more.
We visited Singapore and Malaysia from Bangalore. It was fun and exciting knowing their culture. We also visited many tourist attractions. Looking forward for more.
We booked our tour from Delhi to Singapore to Malaysia. I must say it was a different experience as we covered two different foreign lands in a single trip. It was very captivating for us to know two different cultures and traditions. It was a complete family trip as a whole.

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