Chengdu Restaurant at Amoy Street takes over the space of K-Tower and serves Sichuan food.
Tsui Wah 翠華, Clarke Quay: Jumbo Seafood Brings to Singapore a Hong Kong Cha Chaan Teng Established in 1967
With a history of 60 years, Hong Kong’s Tsui Wah has set foot in Singapore.
Mr Sheng Jian 生煎先生, Liang Seah Street: Decent Shanghainese Pan-fried Bao
Mr Sheng Jian serves Shanghainese pan-fried buns.
Jing Hua Restaurant, Palais Renaissance: Once Named Qun Zhong in 1989, Specialises in Zha Jiang Mian and XLB
Jing Hua Restaurant at Palais Renaissance has been around since 1989, and specialises in zha jiang mian, xlb, and tang yuan.
Lucky House Cantonese Private Kitchen 陶然居私房菜, East Coast: A Three-month Waiting List for this Private Home Kitchen
Lucky House Cantonese Private Kitchen is one of the most famous private home dining in Singapore.
Shi Xiang Ge 食香阁, Bishan Bus Interchange: Shan Xi La Mian and Dao Xiao Mian 刀削面 with Long Queue
Shi Xiang Ge 食香阁 at Bishan Bus Interchange serves la mian and shaved noodles and it has gained quite a following.
Circa 1912 岭南, Shaw Lido: Recipes from Early 20th-century Lingnan Cuisine
Circa 1912 岭南 at Shaw Lido uses recipes from early 20th-century Lingnan cuisine.
Xi Yan, Shaw: Nice Casual Family Restaurant by Hong Kong’s Jamie Oliver
Xi Yan at Shaw is a casual Chinese restaurant opened by Hong Kong TV celebrity chef, Jacky Yu.
Qi – House of Sichuan, MBFC: One Michelin-starred Hong Kong Restaurant Opens in Singapore
Qi – House of Sichuan at MBFC serves modern Sichuan food.
Mui Kee Congee 妹記, Shaw Centre: Fantastic Cantonese Porridge from Hong Kong, One of the Best Casual Restaurants This Year
Mui Kee Congee from Hong Kong is in Singapore, and it is glorious!