Foodies across the world are absolutely in-awe with the different kinds of mouthwatering and delicious Chinese food. The Chinese race makes up more than 70% of the total population in Singapore. Thus, it is pretty normal to see new Chinese-style restaurants popping up pretty frequently.
The best part of Chinese cuisine is that it offers an endless assortments, styles and variations to choose from. There is definitely something in the Chinese food menu that is gonna give your taste buds a pleasant treat. Here we have a list of the top 5 Chinese restaurants Singapore that we’re sure you’ll love!
Qi – House of Sichuan
This award-winning Chinese restaurant helmed by Chef Wong Chun Fai had been awarded the prestigious One Michelin Star from 2016 to 2019. Qi curates modern renditions of authentic and traditional Sichuan dishes that characteristically reflect the “seven flavors of Sichuan” (aromatic, spicy, bitter, sweet, salty and peppery).
Visit this absolutely adorable hub filled with an array of Sichuan delicacies to experience the intense flavours for yourself. Especially the Mala lovers – you can definitely experience that rich taste of spicy and peppery flavours in their characteristic spicy sauce that is going to fascinate your taste buds. Try out their signature dishes such as the traditional Mapo Tofu, Chili Oil Wontons, and Braised Garoua Fish Fillet in Chilli Oil Soup for the ultimate Sichuan experience!
Fu Lin Men
Fu Lin Men has an award-winning culinary team that specialises in Chinese dining.
Their group of Cantonese style restaurants serves a large assortment of meats that include Hong Kong Style Roasted Duck, Crispy Roast Chicken and Crispy Roast Pork. All of them are meticulously roasted to perfection. For the mains, definitely check out the classic Stir-Fried Beef Hor Fun in Hong Kong Style and Flavoured Rice in Lotus Leaf Wrap. All these are the classic Cantonese-style dishes that everyone will be bound to enjoy!
Madame Fan is a modern Chinese restaurant curated by London-based restaurateur Alan Yau that places huge emphasis on their unique lifestyle-dining concept. It’s like the nights of old Shanghai, boasting that old-school glamour, music and furnishes. Dining at Madame Fan is definitely an experience! You can’t do that right now though, due to the Circuit Breaker measures but you can order in some of the Chinese classics and enjoy them in the comfort of your own home!
Their takeaway menu includes exquisite, traditional dim sums like Scallop Shumai, Crispy Duck Roll and Sesame Prawn Toast. If you’re up for something hearty and nutritious, get the Drunken Chicken Soup – half chicken cooked with a generous amount of black fungus, ginger slices, yogi berries and Chinese wine that can serve up to 4 persons. For those who just want something simple, they have the classics like Braised E-Fu Noodle, Beef Hor Fun and XO Seafood Fried Rice too!
Mui Kee Congee
The history of Mui Kee Congee can be traced back to the 1980s in Mong Kok, Hong Kong. Chef Ah Tung is now helming the business that was painstakingly built from scratch by his grandmother, Mak Mui. They prepare their traditional Cantonese-style congee using traditional cooking techniques and recipe that ensure every scoop of congee is silky smooth and delicious.
Congee lovers will totally know what to order at Mui Kee – the Century Egg & Lean Meat congee is definitely a must-order. Their congee set meal is served with youtiao (Chinese fried dough), century egg and a drink. Aside from their scrumptious bowls of congees, you should also try out their noodles and other yummy dishes like the Beef Brisket Cheong Fun and Pork Liver with Ginger & Spring Onion.
Mui Kee Congee
1 Scotts Road
Shaw Centre #01-12
Yin Ji is a prestigious name when it comes to Chinese restaurants in Singapore. This flagship restaurant first started their business during the 1950s in Guangzhou. With a history of over 60 years they have now expanded their business internationally and has branches in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Canada.
This restaurant serves Singapore’s very first chang fen (rice roll). Their rice rolls comes in different flavours and they have some interesting ones that you definitely have to try. Besides the savoury flavours like their Signature Char Siew Rice Roll, be sure to also give the Sweet Azuki Bean Rice Roll a try. Aside from the classic rice rolls, they have a variety of congee and noodles too!
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