With Szechuan, Peking and Cantonese only just some of the amazing variations of Chinese cuisine in the world, it’s hardly any wonder why it remains one of the most popular in the world.
Here, we pick out 7 restaurants, all with its unique take on what makes Chinese food so good.
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant is the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel’s award-winning restaurant that showcases masterpieces that are both familiar, yet refined with a slight twist. Must-try dishes include wok-fried local lobster, wok-fried Iberico pork with home-style spiced sauce and stewed bird’s nest with egg white and crab meat. They are also known for serving up good authentic dim sum.
Offering a wide variety of food in a casual, laidback environment, Pot Yummy Yummy is a hotpot restaurant where diners can choose their desired ingredients from a moving conveyor belt. Not unlike a sushi restaurant, the belt holds plenty of options, such as eggs, vegetables and mushrooms. Broth choices are chicken, mushroom, pork or tom yum for those who prefer a spicy kick. There are different buffets to choose from – we recommend going for Buffet B to enjoy the free-flow premium meats and seafood, which includes Australian Wagyu Beef, Tiger Prawns, Japanese Scallops and more!
Weekdays: 15:00 | 15:30 | 16:00
Weekends: 16:00 | 16:30
Enjoy traditional Chinese cuisine in a classical Chinese setting. Tien Court Restaurant, located at Copthorne King’s Hotel along Havelock Road. There is a delectable selection of dim sum along with a la carte offerings, such as baked fresh scallops, lobster broth served in mini pumpkin and the restaurant’s signature tea-smoked duck. Impeccable service from the staff here will also most surely make diners feel completely at home.
Weekdays: 14:00 | 21:00
Weekends: 20:30 | 21:00
Diners at Hua Ting Steamboat have over 15 types of steamboats to choose from: traditional bases like yam soup, nutritious bases like Chinese herbal soup and unique creations like sea treasure flambé. There are over 150 ingredients available, with options like braised beef brisket and Thai-style pan-fried squid cakes with crispy sakura shrimps, ensuring customers can customise their pot to their satisfaction.
Weekdays: 11:30 | 12:00 | 12:30 | 13:00 | 17:30 | 18:00
Established in Chengdu since December 2004, Shu Yan specialises in Sichuan cuisine. The restaurant draws from the essence of Huaiyang and Cantonese flavours, experimenting with different flavours to create contemporary Sichuan fusion cuisine. Located at Mohamed Sultan Road, the restaurant draws from the essence of Huaiyang and Cantonese flavours, serves delights like boiled fish fillet in spicy soup, stone pot tofu and fried chicken with dry chilli.
50% slots: 14:30 | 21:00 | 21:30
Taking culinary inspiration from the historic Silk Road, Alijiang offers the perfect balance between flavour and aesthetically pleasing plating. Located within VivoCity in Harbourfront, top dishes to try here are the Serindia homemade “niang” noodles, Xinjiang spicy pocket bun and Alijiang cane pepper chicken. Perfect for meals with the family or corporate dinners, you’ll find that Alijiang will fit your purposes seamlessly.
50% slots: 11:30 | 17:30
If you’re after the finest Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine, you’ll find the inimitable Szechuan Kitchen at Swissotel The Stamford an excellent choice. Styled after a traditional Chinese eating house, the restaurant serves delights like wok-fried hor fun with sliced pork, rice wine xiao long bao (meat dumplings) and chilled pork belly in garlic soya sauce. Enjoy your meal with some herbal tea or the restaurant’s signature eight treasures tea.
50% slots: 21:30 | 22:00
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