Recommended lists for Chinese

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!
Chinese, Good For Groups Best Dim Sum In Singapore Need a quick and easy guide to the best Dim Sum places in Singapore? Here's the ultimate list, there's something for everyone!
Chinese Dim Sum馃崵 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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Bought from vouchers from @favesg this time round as well. Soupbase + up to $17 worth of skewers and a drink for only $13 per pax! 馃槏馃構 Those who haven't tried Fave, do give it a try with promo code SUU1C to get discount. I'll get a discount too so thank you in advance! 馃槈
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There鈥檚 stir fried yam slices ($10) that is soft inside but fried to a golden crisp and coated with a sweet sauce on the outside. The Lor mee ($4.50) is the ultimate savoury food, rmb to pair the broth with some chili to bring out more umami flavour. Also had some drunken cockles with a garlicky kick.
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馃搷Heng Hua Restaurant.
馃搷Blk 748 Yishun St 72

馃槺 Fans of tendon & truffle lovers shall rejoice now as they鈥檙e currently having a seasonal special price of $19.80 (U.P. $38)! Offer is valid for a limited time only.
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Opt between the Original or Spicy version with their special homemade special sauce, & I strongly recommend topping up $1 to switch to truffle rice (why not?!) Jumbo colossal prawn is super fresh with well-seasoned crispy batter revealing a juicy succulent flesh beneath (swipe next to see!)
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Cannot express my first reaction when I first sank my teeth into the king - it was the kind that鈥檒l burst with decisive snap in your mouth. Very impressed that it maintained its crisp for so long because lighting was pretty bad here & I took longer than usual with 鈥渃amera eats first鈥 rule. Round of applause to Head Chef Mamoru Kanaya, 銇斻仭銇濄亞銇曘伨銇с仐銇! Psst! He was also the one who helped open Buta God and the Ultimate Ramen Champion for 2 consecutive years previously 馃憦馃徎
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Nonetheless, just 鉁╯ave this post & go try this out heh-heh-heh-heh 馃崵
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馃搷Tempura TenTen
B1-13 Raffles City Shopping Centre
252 North Bridge Road, S179103
Daily: 11am-11pm
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Meat gravy noodles with fried Yong Tau Foo~~ ($7.50 though. Prices have increased since years ago when it was housed at Hong Leong building basement) #burpple #burpplesg #fulinyongtaufoo #fulinyongtaufu

Everyone fights over this sizzling hotplate of Black Pepper Beef ($18.90). Full of peppery spice and aroma, the tender sliced beef goes fantastically well with rice and porridge. 馃槝 Let no gravy go to waste! We were scraping the hotplate for the robust and flavourful gravy to add to our rice and porridge. 馃槃

From Houhou; a new stall at Pasarbella Suntec serving up more Chinese-style dishes with a pretty cute caricature branding 鈥 the stall replaces now-defunct Grilllo (yes, I feel your pain guys) and also serves up Glutinous Rice Suckling Pig and Roasted Meats.

Tried both the Boneless Chicken, Mixed Vegetables with Thick Chicken Broth (background) and the Crabmeat with Superior Broth (foreground) Poached Rice Bowl Soups which are essentially what they call their 娉¢キ inspired offerings 鈥 preferred the former for the chicken broth that overall felt a little bit more wholesome and comforting with amazingly tender and succulent chunks of chicken; the sort of food one would crave for on those sickly days. The latter was a little less outstanding; no doubt the superior broth does carry enough flavour, but it鈥檚 missing that sweetness from the crabmeat that could have elevated the flavours further. Rice Krispies are included for a crunch; portions are a little huge for me though was manageable for another friend 鈥 best to be shared if you are not a particularly carb-y person.

a medley of smooth and thin yet chewy handstretched noodles (texture was srsly amazing), pork cubes, tomato eggs, sliced cucumbers and veges ~~~ when tossed tgt, the sauce coats the noodles evenly and brings out the umami flavour 馃い for $6 it makes a rly hearty and satisfying meal!!

Was expecting a little more from these 鈥 would say the portion can be seen as measly for $17.90 even. The meats had quite some room for improvement 鈥 the Cantonese BBQ Pork being the weakest link by being rather mediocre; a little dry and stodgy, reasonably sweet but lacking that meatiness and smokiness, feeling pretty lacking of any impact in general. The Crispy Roasted Pork Belly fared slightly better overall; the meat could be described as juicy and succulent, though the lukewarm temperature and the lack of crispness of the skin was something that affected the overall quality of the roasted pork. Probably something I would skip actually ...

Soup is legit! Decent steamboat place with good value. Great view of Clarke Quay also. Staff is super friendly and accommodating. Will come back again for sure馃槉