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Recommended lists of Best Chinese Food & Restaurants in Singapore, 2018
Burpple Guides, Chinese Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore 2016 There are plenty of Chinese restaurants in Singapore, and seeking out the best can be like looking for noodles, we mean needles, in a haystack. From the tastiest roast duck from Bayswater in London to a wholesome Cantonese meal and even an ah-ma-approved spot for dinner with the grandparents, this list is filled with ideas for when you need a Chinese meal that'll tick all the boxes. Eat up!
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Chinese Dim Sum🍤 Paradise Dim sum literally means a little gesture to the heart. It's exactly the same kind of oriental wisdom as this metaphor, that dim sum chefs put into creating each delicate treats that brings the satisfaction right to your heart.

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Latest Reviews for Chinese

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Chinese

🤤Choose from their Pork Bone Soup, Butter Spicy or Tomato ($18 for 2 flavours)
Some items we’ve tried from their extensive menu:
• Hand Made Prawn Mince
• Supreme Pork Aorta
• Pigs Fatty Intestine
• Spiced Pork with Soft Bone
• Quail Egg
• Hot and Spicy Beef
• American Prime Beef Slice
• Supreme Beef Tripes
One of the more bearable mala while retaining much of the Sichuan flavours! Tell me, do you just dip or do you drink the soup too?

The Chilli crabs here are not bad no doubt, but it was the black pepper crabs which stole the show with its charred black pepper aromatic oomph.
Probably one of the priciest for crabs going by the per kg cost, but hey, you get it back in the form of meaty crabs that according to my dad was “finger-licking” good. #crabs #longbeach #dempsey #herpenandfork #sgblogger #sgfoodie #8dayseat #burpple #vscofood #openricesg #cafehoppingsg #instafood #instafood_sg #onthetable #stfoodtrending

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Dinner at Fook Kin is always an excellent experience.

My personal favourite out of anything there is their char siew. It's the kind of meat you pop into your mouth and bite down on, only to stop to savour the taste as it melts. The delicious charred bits are incredibly addictive.

Overall, it's a chill place with great vibes and reasonable prices in town. I would love to see it open later to be a bar by night, especially with their delicious sliders.

More pictures soon, when I get around to processing them more.

While they are more famous for their Roast Meats, they have other Tze char dishes to choose from as well.
Featured above is their hakka noodle bowl, which comes generously with all 3 different kinds of roast meats, a lava egg and lots of pork lard.
Starting from the roast duck as it is different from the kind we usually eat, the duck meat here is slightly tougher but less gamey in terms of taste.

The charsiew is made using the KL style method, so you get chunky pieces of meat and fats all together. The fats are meltingly tender with the smokiness from the charred skin.
The roasted pork is also one of the better ones I had in Singapore, you can really hear the crackle of the skin as you munch onto one.

In my opinion, the star of this bowl is the noodles. It might look plain but it's the direct opposite of plain, not sure what oil it's coated in, but the noodles is very flavourful even when eaten on its own.
FOOK KIN is still in its soft launch so only cash and nets are available, avoid lunch hours if you do not want to queue with the crowd.

What seems to be a simple bowl of dumplings turns out to have labourious hours of preparation just to knead pounds of meat into that wrapper. Yes, that thin wrapper is made of meat too! And you can tell straight from the texture when you taste the dumpling, pretty different from your usual dumpling made of flour wrapper. Such delicate yet tedious dish, i wonder how many places still have this. A must-try when you’re at @putien_sg.
#putiensg #relishpr #dumplings

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The highlight of this dish is more of the beautifully treated bamboo pith, that tasted really clean with a light crunch, rather than the crabmeat cocooned within it. The plating was aesthetically pleasing but overall I find this dish a bit too bland.
Find out more at
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant (萬豪軒)
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
Level 3
320 Orchard Road
Singapore 238865
Tel: +65 68314605
Nearest MRT: Orchard (NS Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 12pm - 3pm, 630pm - 1030pm
Sat-Sun & PH: 1130am - 3pm, 630pm - 1030pm

Heard #RestaurantIbid had a mini renovation, can't wait to revisit. More on the6and7:
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Ordered 2 set nonya lunch and beef rendang. Comes with free-flow of rice, dessert and drink, the lunch set is really value for money. May not be the most authentic one but definitely a place that you can grab the seat easily and have a relax lunch. $45 for 2 person.

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