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33 Impressive Chinese Restaurants To Visit In Singapore

Despite the amazing variety of cuisines from all over the world available in Singapore’s crowded and competitive dining scene, as Chinese, what we find ourselves returning to all the time is good, old Chinese food—with its nostalgic flavors and communal dining.

While there are plenty of Chinese restaurants serving up authentic Chinese food in Singapore, here’s a round-up of the best ones to bring your parents to!

1. Jiang-Nan Chun

Source: Jiang-Nan Chun

Embodying the Chinese principle of indulging in enjoyment and happiness, Jiang-Nan Chun is a Michelin-starred restaurant evocative of the Jiang Nan region’s traditional river villages through its rustic decor and authentic Cantonese cuisine.

The signature dishes include the succulent Jiang Nan Chun Peking duck with a side of caviar, soft shell prawns with sliced almond and crispy rice, double-boiled soups as well as the various dim sum dishes.

Company Website: https://www.fourseasons.com/singapore/dining/restaurants/jiang_nan_chun
Contact Number: +65 6831 7220
Location: 2F Four Seasons Hotel, 190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248646
Operating Hours: Daily 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) | 6PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

2. Kai Garden

Source: Kai Garden

A well-known Cantonese fine dining restaurant, Kai Garden is helmed by an award-winning chef. Reminiscent of the opulence of an emperor’s palace, just the splendour of the decor alone makes for a memorable dining experience.

Traditional Chinese dishes with a contemporary twist, the chilled cherry foie gras, Peking duck with 5 unique sauces and wraps, poached garoupa in lobster broth as well as the pan-fried charcoal pork buns are bound to leave you satisfied!

Company Website: http://www.kaigarden.com.sg/index
Contact Number: +65 6250 4826
Location: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-128A/128B, Singapore 039594
Operating Hours: Mon-Fri 11.30AM-3.30PM (Lunch) 6PM-11PM (Dinner) | Sat-Sun, PH 11AM-4PM (Lunch) 6PM-11PM (Dinner)

*Dim Sum is available only during lunch seatings.

3. Yàn

Source: Yàn

For simple, authentic Cantonese fare that uses truly traditional recipes and ingredients—look to Yàn. A setting which evokes fond memories of convivial gatherings and feelings of togetherness, the familiar flavors make for a gratifying meal.

The lovingly crafted signature dishes include the baked crab shell with crab meat and onion, the house special baked pork ribs with black olives as well as the steamed kampong chicken with ginger and spring onion.

Company Website: https://www.yan.com.sg
Contact Number: +65 6384 5585
Location: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, #05-02, Singapore 178957
Operating Hours: Daily 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) | 6PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

4. Mouth Restaurant

Source: Mouth Restaurant

Serving up authentic Cantonese cuisine to Singaporeans for around 3 decades, Mouth restaurant went from a dim sum teahouse to a restaurant offering modern Chinese food at reasonable prices.

Still, with its wide selection of 100 mouth-watering handmade dim sum, it remains a favorite with locals. Some must-try items include the pipa prawns, signature liu sha bao (custard bun), 6-flavored Har Kau (prawn dumplings) and the squid ink char siew bun.

Company Website: https://mouth.com.sg
Contact Number: +65 6337 7446
Location: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-200, Singapore 039594
Operating Hours: Mon-Fri 11.30AM-3PM (Lunch) 6PM-10PM (Dinner) | Sat-Sun, PH 10AM-4.30PM (Lunch) 6PM-10PM (Dinner)

5. Fifth Season Tangra Chinese Restaurant

Source: Fifth Season Tangra Chinese Restaurant

If you have an appreciation for new flavors and tastes, Fifth Season Tangra Chinese Restaurant is right for you! The story of its cuisine dates back to over a century ago—when Chinese migrated to Bengal, followed by Tibetans.

A fusion of Chinese, Indian and Tibetan tastes, the Thukpa chicken soup, Tibetan momos (dumplings), chow chow rice, Hakka noodles. Finish off the meal with desserts like the rassomalai (cottage cheese balls in milk) and the Mishti Doi (caramelized yoghurt).

Company Website: https://www.fifthseason.com.sg
Contact Number: +65 6293 4842
Location: Fifth Season Tangra Chinese, 28 Race Course Road, Singapore 218550
Operating Hours: Daily 11.30AM-3PM (Lunch) | 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

6. Summer Pavilion

Source: Summer Pavilion

A one-starred Michelin restaurant, ready yourself to savor the exquisite and contemporary Cantonese cuisine handcrafted by the executive chef at Summer Pavilion.

Recommendations include the braised whole abalone, double-boiled snow lotus soup, and the poached rice with Canadian lobster meat. Finish up with a bowl of chilled dessert. Dim sum enthusiasts should also check out the lunchtime spread!

Company Website: http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/singapore/dining/summer-pavilion
Contact Number: +65 6434 5286
Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, Level 3, 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799
Operating Hours: Daily 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) | 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

7. Crystal Jade Hong Kong Kitchen

Source: Crystal Jade Hong Kong Kitchen

A culinary brand based in Singapore, Crystal Jade is no stranger to Singaporeans. Well-regarded for its culinary expertise and commitment to quality, Crystal Jade draws influence from modern gastronomy in its authentic Chinese cuisine.

Some Chinese delights to try out include the steamed siew mai with crab roe, baked bbq honey pork bun, the mango prawn roll, as well as the various congees, roasted meats and wok-fried dishes.

Company Website: https://www.crystaljade.com/index
Contact Number: Differs for each outlet
Location: Outlets at Causeway Point, Great World City, Holland Village, Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Plaza Singapura, Suntec City, Tampines Mall, Centrepoint, The Clementi Mall & Westgate
Operating Hours: Differs for each outlet

8. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine

Source: Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine

Awarded with a Michelin star for 2 years in a row, Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine imports only the requisite exotic seafood to be cooked up by the most experienced chefs.

Enjoy the mellow, refined flavors of fresh seafood, marinated meats, and enticing desserts available. Be it the classic steamed pomfret in Teochew style, marinated sliced octopus, delicate crystal dumplings, or home-made orh ni (yam paste), you’re in for a treat like no other!

Company Website: http://www.imperialtreasure.com/restaurant/Imperial
Contact Number: +65 6736 2118
Location: ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, #03-05, Singapore 238801
Operating Hours: Mon-Fri 11.30AM-3PM (Lunch) 6PM-11PM (Dinner) | Sat 11AM-3PM (Lunch) 6PM-11PM (Dinner) | Sun, PH 10.30AM-3PM (Lunch) 6PM-11PM (Dinner)

9. East Treasure

Source: East Treasure

East Treasure offers value-for-money, delectable and exquisite Chinese cuisine whipped up by a respectable master chef. An affordable fine dining experience, it’s certainly not to be missed.

Be sure to try out the chef’s special soup, crispy honey chicken with ginger shoots, double-boiled tonic with crocodile, honey-glazed dongpo Kurobuta pork rib as well as the classic East Treasure chilli crab alongside some crisply fried mantou.

Company Website: http://www.astons.com.sg/partners/easttreasure
Contact Number: +65 6252 4645 | +65 6247 7545
Location: Clarke Quay, Block B, 3 River Valley Road, #01-16, Singapore 179021 | 328 Joo Chiat Road, #01-01, Singapore 427585
Operating Hours: Daily 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) 5.30PM-10.15PM (Dinner) | Daily 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) 5.30PM-10.15PM (Dinner)

10. Empress at The ACM

Source: Empress at The ACM

Take in the waterfront view of the Singapore River in Empress at The ACM, a contemporary dining establishment that serves up traditional Chinese food. Carefully adorned with Chinese elements, it makes for an unforgettable dining experience.

Dig into signatures like the triple roast platter, deep-fried tofu and salted egg yolk as well as the crispy cod “bi feng tang” style. End the meal with some peanut-coated mochi balls with black sesame ice cream.

Company Website: http://empress.com.sg
Contact Number: +65 6776 0777
Location: 1 Empress Place, #01-03, 179555
Operating Hours: Mon-Fri 11.30AM-3PM (Lunch) 6PM-11PM (Dinner) | Sat-Sun 11AM-4PM (Lunch) 6PM-11PM (Dinner)

11. Ming Chung Restaurant

Source: Ming Chung Restaurant

Home to some authentic Henghua cuisine, Ming Chung restaurant is popular with both the local Henghua and Hokkien communities. Expect to find seafood in most dishes since the province is one located near the coast.

The Henghua Lor Mee, in particular, is a must-have amongst regulars. The fried bee hoon, mee sua, batang fish and prawn fritters are sure to taste great too!

Company Website: http://www.mingchung.com.sg
Contact Number: +65 6296 3428
Location: 67 Maude Road, Singapore 208348
Operating Hours: Daily 3PM-11.30PM (Except Mon)

12. Tien Court Restaurant

Source: Tien Court Restaurant

Yet another upscale Chinese fine dining establishment, Tien Court Restaurant is known for its refined, tasteful decor and sophisticated cuisine. A classic oriental setting complements the dishes that are beautifully plated yet bold in flavor.

Indulge in decadent treats like the signature tea-smoked duck, stuffed sea cucumber with pork, deep fried lychee with curried crab filling—and don’t forget the dim sum too!

Company Website: https://www.millenniumhotels.com/en/singapore/copthorne-kings-hotel/tien-court-restaurant
Contact Number: +65 6318 3(193/198)
Location: 403 Havelock Road, Singapore 169632
Operating Hours: Daily 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) | 6.30pm-10.30pm (Dinner)

13. Peach Garden

Source: Peach Garden

Serving up impeccable Chinese cuisine using only the freshest, most premium ingredients, Peach Garden is a popular choice amongst locals.

Well-known for its extensive dim sum spread, some perennial favorites include the har gau (prawn dumpling), siew mai (pork & shrimp dumpling), and steamed glutinous rice wrapped in lotus leaf. Finish up with some bobo cha cha!

Company Website: https://www.peachgarden.com.sg
Contact Number: +65 6736 3833 | +65 6759 3833 | +65 6451 3233
Location: 401 Havelock Road, Hotel Miramar, Level 3, Singapore 169361 | Social Club House, 1, Orchid Club Road, #02-35, Singapore 769162 | 301 Upper Thomson Plaza, Singapore 574408
Operating Hours: Daily 11AM-3.30PM (Lunch) 6PM-10.30PM (Dinner) | Mon-Fri 11.30AM-3PM (Lunch) 5.30PM-10PM (Dinner) Sat-Sun & PH 10AM-3PM (Lunch) 5.30PM-10PM (Dinner) | Mon-Fri 11AM-3PM (Lunch) 6PM-10PM (Dinner) Sat-Sun & PH 10AM-2.30PM (Breakfast) 3PM-5PM (Lunch) 6PM-10PM (Dinner)

14. Min Jiang At Dempsey

Source: Min Jiang At Dempsey

Featuring contemporary Sichuan and Cantonese fare, Min Jiang at Dempsey is housed in a one-storey colonial building surrounded by luscious greenery.

With a good selection of dishes for vegetarians, some things on the menu to look out for are the deep-fried century egg and prawn spring roll, goldfish prawn dumpling, steamed crabmeat tang bao (soup dumpling) and gyozas.

Company Website: https://www.goodwoodparkhotel.com/en/dining/min-jiang-dempsey.html
Contact Number: +65 6774 0122
Location: 7A & 7B Dempsey Road, Singapore 249684
Operating Hours: Daily 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) | 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

15. BLOSSOM

Source: BLOSSOM

Experience modern interpretations of cuisine from all parts of China—be it Guangzhou, Sichuan, or Shanghai in Blossom restaurant.

With delightful treats like the blossom selection platter—consisting of well-loved classic dim sum, signature steamed prawn dumpling, and the baked Chilean cod in chef’s recipe, you’re in for quite a treat!

Company Website: http://blossomrestaurant.com.sg/index.html
Contact Number: +65 6688 7799
Location: Marina Bay Sands Hotel Lobby Tower 2, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018972
Operating Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM-11AM (Breakfast) | 11.30AM-5PM (Lunch) | 6PM-11PM (Dinner)

16. Lokkee

Source: Lokkee

A one-of-a-kind American-Chinese establishment, Lokkee has been successfully pushing the boundaries of what we deem as traditional Chinese cuisine—without compromising on the essential oriental ingredients.

Be it the golden crispy fish skin, firecracker chicken nest, Sichuan mala grilled fish, mapo tofu, or mushu pork—it’s sure to be a hit with lovers of spice! End the meal with a sweet ginkgo barley beancurd dessert.

Company Website: http://www.lokkee.com.sg
Contact Number: +65 6884 4566
Location: Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road, #03-01, Singapore 238839
Operating Hours: Daily 11AM-3PM (Lunch) | 5.30PM-10PM (Dinner)

17. Majestic Restaurant

Source: Majestic Restaurant

Helmed by an internationally renowned owner-chef, Majestic Restaurant serves up contemporary Chinese fare with a western twist.

Don’t miss out on the combination platter of wasabi prawn, the pan-seared foie gras, affordably-priced stewed noodles with Boston lobster and claypot rice with kampong chicken. Durian-lovers should definitely order the chilled mao shan wang durian with gula melaka syrup as well!

Company Website: http://restaurantmajestic.com
Contact Number: +65 6250 1988
Location: Marina One, The Heart, 5 Straits View #04-01, Singapore 018935
Operating Hours: Daily 11.15AM-3PM (Lunch) | 5.45PM-10PM (Dinner)

18. Hai Tien Lo

Source: Hai Tien Lo

Famed for its authentic and masterfully prepared Cantonese dishes, Hai Tien Lo offers up a new take on traditional Chinese fare, providing unique options to its loyal patrons.

Whether it’s the chef’s specialty combination (pork, crab & prawn), the double-boiled chicken soup served in young coconut, or the stir-fried lobster in whole pumpkin—the flavors are brought out wonderfully by the innovative ingredient combos and a mix of both Asian and Western cooking techniques.

Company Website: https://www.panpacific.com/en/hotels-and-resorts/pp-marina/dining/hai-tien-lo.html
Contact Number: +65 6826 8240
Location: Pan Pacific Hotel, 7 Raffles Boulevard, #03-00, Singapore 039595
Operating Hours: Daily 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) | 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

19. Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant

Source: Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant

A go-to place for local Chinese, Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant is where to visit if you’re looking for some well-executed, yet nutritious Cantonese delicacies.

Expect only the best with dishes like chilled duck wing marinated with Chinese rose wine, fresh milk stir-fried scallop with mango, and braised beef short-rib with Chinese spices.

Company Website: http://www.singaporemarriott.com/restaurant/wan-hao-chinese-restaurant/
Contact Number: +65 6831 4605
Location: 3F Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865
Operating Hours: Mon-Fri 12PM-3PM (Lunch) 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner) | Sat-Sun & PH 11.30AM-3PM (Lunch) 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

20. Fu Lin Men Cantonese Dining

Source: Fu Lin Men Cantonese Dining

With a swanky interior and plenty of natural light streaming in, Fu Lin Men Cantonese Dining is usually abuzz with lively chatter as patrons dig into their food.

Expect to see the perennial favourites that are the Hong Kong dim sum, roast specialties, Hong Kong-style noodles and wok-fried dishes. For something with a kick, be sure to order the fried radish cake with XO sauce!

Company Website: https://www.passion-restaurant.com/fu-lin-men-cantonese-dining
Contact Number: +65 6282 0810
Location: Chinese Swimming Club, 21 Amber Road, #03-01, Singapore 439870
Operating Hours: Mon-Fri 11.30AM-3.30PM (Lunch) 6PM-10.30PM (Dinner) | Sat-Sun & PH 11.30AM-3.30PM (Lunch) 5.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

21. Szechuan Court

Source: Szechuan Court

For some of the finest Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine you’ll find in Singapore, look to Szechuan Court. Enjoy some well-brewed herbal tea or eight treasures tea to go with your meal.

Its specialties include the “chong qing” fried diced chicken, pan-fried red bean paste pancake as well as the savory Szechuan slow-cooked sliced fish with spicy peppercorn broth.

Company Website: https://www.fairmont.com/singapore/dining/szechuancourt
Contact Number: +65 6431 6156
Location: Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road, Level 3, Singapore 189560
Operating Hours: Daily 12PM-2.30PM (Lunch) | 6PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

22. Jade

Source: Jade

Boasting of Cantonese cuisine of exceptional quality, Jade represents a fusion of heritage, design, culture and exquisite dining experience unique to the Singapore culinary scene.

Taking inspiration from a Tang dynasty poem, the concept of eight treasures takes centrestage and is reflected by dishes such as roasted honey-glazed Iberico pork served with housemade apple pickle and sautéed diced beef tenderloin.

Company Website: https://www.fullertonhotels.com/the-fullerton-hotel/jade.html
Contact Number: +65 6733 8388
Location: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
Operating Hours: Daily 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) | 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

*Reservations are recommended.

23. Imperial Herbal

Source: Imperial Herbal

Having been around for over 3 decades, Imperial Herbal is the only yang shen (nourish body) restaurant in Singapore—incorporating herbal tonics into the dishes for some healthy, nourishing fare.

Taste signature dishes like the Fu Rong (egg white) with dried scallop, stir-dried boxthorn vegetables, the classic buddha jumps over the wall and braised crocodile tail.

Company Website: https://www.imperialherbal.com
Contact Number: +65 6337 0491
Location: Four Points By Sheraton, 382 Havelock Road, Level 2, Singapore 169629
Operating Hours: Mon-Fri 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) 6.15PM-10.30PM (Dinner) | Sat-Sun 11.30AM-3PM (Lunch) 6.15PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

24. Cassia

Source: Cassia

Taking inspiration from the age-old spice routes in Southern and Western China, and the seas around Singapore, Cassia’s recipes are based upon regional Chinese cooking and blended with haute Cantonese technique.

With wonderfully-crafted dishes ranging from the five spice roasted pork belly to the steamed cod fish with black garlic and light soya sauce, and even the wok-fried wagyu beef with black pepper sauce—you surely won’t be disappointed!

Company Website: https://www.capellahotels.com/en/capella-singapore/dining/cassia
Contact Number: +65 6591 5045
Location: Capella Singapore, 1 The Knolls, #03-00, Singapore 098297
Operating Hours: Daily 12PM-2PM (Lunch) | 6.30PM-10PM (Dinner)

25. Wah Lok

Source: Wah Lok

Rather well-known in Singapore, Wah Lok is an award-winning restaurant for its exquisitely crafted Cantonese creations uplifted by modern interpretations and quality ingredients.

Expect stellar takes on local favorites like the baked custard buns, vegetable dumplings, deep-fried century egg wrapped with minced shrimp and lobster mee sua.

Company Website: https://www.carltonhotel.sg/wah-lok.html
Contact Number: +65 6338 8333
Location: Carlton Hotel Singapore, 76 Bras Basah, Singapore 189558
Operating Hours: Mon-Sat 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner) | Sun & PH 11AM-2.30PM (Lunch) 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

26. Oriental Chinese Restaurant

Source: Oriental Chinese Restaurant

Delighting all customers with an authentic Chinese dining experience, Oriental Chinese Restaurant serves up both North Eastern and Sichuan cuisine.

From well-beloved delicacies like the spicy chilli crab to the golden fried pumpkin with salted egg, mushroom vegetarian noodles and Chinese prata—dig into a hearty, yet affordable meal!

Company Website: http://www.dongfangmeishi.net/home?lang=en
Contact Number: +65 8811 (2000/3000)
Location: 195 New Bridge Road, Singapore 059425
Operating Hours: Daily 11AM-7AM

27. Wok°15 Kitchen

Source: Wok°15 Kitchen

Featuring fresh, live seafood straight from the tanks—savor classic Cantonese dishes prepared with seasonal produce and served with a modern, artistic flair.

Ready yourself for delights such as the chilli crab, braised fish maw and bamboo pith in golden pumpkin soup, baked king prawn with pumpkin sauce and “Tai O” braised crispy vermicelli.

Company Website: https://one15marina.com/dining/wok-15-kitchen
Contact Number: +65 6305 6998
Location: Sentosa Cove, 11 Cove Drive, #01-01, Singapore 098497
Operating Hours: Tue-Sat 11.30AM-2.30PM (Lunch) 6PM-10PM (Dinner) | Sun & PH 11AM-2.30PM (Lunch) 6PM-10PM (Dinner)

28. Mitzo

Source: Mitzo

Breaking the mould of Chinese dining, Mitzo offers a unique take on Cantonese cuisine with an artisanal cocktail programme.

Its artfully crafted menu consists of dishes like the butterfly pea flower with shrimp dumpling, chrysanthemum pork ribs, jasmine tea-smoked ribs with mango salsa, and Yun nan ham broth.

Company Website: http://mitzo.sg
Contact Number: +65 6603 8855
Location: Grand Park Orchard, 270 Orchard Road, Level 4, Singapore 238857
Operating Hours: Daily 12PM-2.30PM (Lunch) | 6.30PM-10.30PM (Dinner)

29. Dian Xiao Er

Source: Dian Xiao Er

With a rustic inn-like experience, Dian Xiao Er is a pit-stop for travellers to take a break and refuel before continuing on their journey. Synonymous with herby roast duck meat—it’s certainly the place to go for a hearty meal.

While there, the signature herbal roasted duck, homemade seaweed tofu, silver codfish in superior soy sauce, sautéed broccoli with scallops and Jiangnan baked king prawn are definite must-tries!

Company Website: http://www.dianxiaoer.com.sg
Contact Number: Differs for each outlet
Location: Outlets at Jurong Point, JEM, Lot One, Hillion Mall, VivoCity, Marina Square, Junction 8, Serangoon NEX, Waterway Point, Bedok Mall, Tampines One & Jewel Changi Airport
Operating Hours: Differs for each outlet

30. iSteamboat

Source: iSteamboat

For charmingly simple yet authentic Chinese food, go to iSteamboat for a 4-tier pagoda steamboat buffet experience. Savor the mouthwatering buffet spread with a great selection of meats and seafood.

Cook the food yourself, be it steamed, grilled or boiled, with one tier being a dipping sauce of your choice and another being a split, two-soup base to add your ingredients into. The free-flow ice cream, Chinese desserts, fruits and drinks make for a great deal too!

Company Website: https://www.facebook.com/isteamboatsg
Contact Number: +65 6338 7873
Location: Marina Square Shopping Mall, 6 Raffles Boulevard #04-102A, Singapore 039594
Operating Hours: Daily 11.45PM-10PM

31. Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant

Source: Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant

Relish in the warmth of home-cooked food at Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant, which welcomes all families with a variety of Singaporean-style Chinese dishes.

Look forward to the traditional Hong Kong dim sum, Peking duck, fresh seafood and painstakingly double-boiled soups. Do try out the roast chicken stuffed with glutinous rice and Chinese sausage, as well as the pan-grilled beef cube with fermented rice paste!

Company Website: https://www.grandmercureroxy.com.sg/dining/jia-wei-chinese-restaurant
Contact Number: +65 6340 5678
Location: Roxy Square Hotel Grand Mercure Roxy, 50 East Coast Road, Level 2, Singapore 428769
Operating Hours: Wed-Fri 11.30AM-3PM (Lunch) 6PM-11PM (Dinner) | Sat-Sun & PH 11AM-3PM (Lunch) 6PM-11PM (Dinner) | Closed on Mon-Tue

32. Madame Fan

Source: Madame Fan

Delivering an experiential gourmet journey for all, Madame Fan’s cuisine is marked by its bold and playful takes on traditional dishes.

Taste reimagined renditions of Chinese classics such as the wok-fried crispy duck, double boiled four treasure soup, as well as contemporary creations like the Park carbonara Inaniwa udon with sea urchin.

Company Website: https://www.madamefan.sg
Contact Number: +65 6818 1921
Location: Madame Fan, The NCO Club, 32 Beach Road, Singapore 189764
Operating Hours: Daily 12PM-3PM (Lunch) | 6PM-11PM (Dinner)

33. Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House

Source: Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House

Pioneering new age Chinese cuisine in Singapore, Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House offers up traditional Chinese and Singaporean hawker dishes with a modern twist.

Take in the view and enjoy the breeze as you dig into dishes like the chargrilled satay chicken platter, chicken rice paella (only available during the weekend lunch) and the 48 hours slow cooked “Dongpo” Kurobuta pork belly.

Company Website: https://www.bluelotus.com.sg/chinese-eating-house
Contact Number: +65 6339 0880
Location: Quayside Isle, 31 Ocean Way, #01-13, Singapore 098375
Operating Hours: Mon-Fri 6PM-10PM (Dinner) | Sat-Sun 11.30AM-3PM (Lunch) 6PM-10PM (Dinner)

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