Recommended lists for Chinese

Recommended lists of Chinese food and restaurants in Singapore
Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore 2016
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!
Best Dim Sum In Singapore
Good For Groups, Chinese 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!
Dim Sum🍤 Paradise
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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Though soaking a little through the bottom, it was certainly more firm and textured than the usual fluffy-soft counterparts. The generous golden lava was also nicely balanced with the thin crusty exterior. And of course, the customary shot as its always a sight the moment you burst open the bao to reveal the eagerly oozy molten custard!

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Not a dish that you will find in traditional Cantonese cookbook. The fish fillet is perfectly steamed with superior soy sauce, then topped with pickled chillies.
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Although the dish is spicy, it chillies did not cover up the freshness of the fish.
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Ending my meal on a sweet note with this peanut butter toast. Kim Gary is one of my favorite Hong Kong eateries but sadly Vivo City is now the only outlet left in Singapore. I used to frequent their ION Orchard outlet quite often back in 2013 and it brings back the memories of having affordable Hong Kong food with my cliques.
🍴 Peanut Butter Toast with Sweetened Condensed Milk
💰$3.50

From the “Blanched” section of the menu, I chose the hairy gourd with preserved vegetable minced pork sauce.
The taste reminded me of traditional homecooked fare (in a good way) but visually, simple elegance reigned.
Although somewhat muted compared to classic renditions, the braised “mui chai” paired very nicely with the gentle sweetness of the tender hairy gourd.

After seeing Burpplers @ShawnLoh and @XingWeiChua’s recent posts about this new-ish Chinese eatery (they opened last month), I decided to lunch there this afternoon. What I liked most is their variety of appetisers that I‘d be happy to fill up on. In fact, we had more of those than the hot dishes today.
Pictured here is the first few that landed on our table. My favourite of these was the Organic Okra with Pickled Chillies ($6++). The lady’s fingers were cooked perfectly for juicy crunchiness and devoid of fibrousness (my pet peeve), but it was the chilli and garlic topping that‘s the star with its very appetising balance of sour, salty and spicy. I felt it bore a similarity to the “sambal belado” served at Nasi Padang stalls, not that there’s anything wrong with that.
The Pork Trotter Jelly ($8++) was pretty good too. Although I found the sweetness in the accompanying curls of passionfruit-infused cucumber a bit much, they did offset the savouriness of the jelly pleasantly enough.
As for the Shredded Pork Ears ($6++), well, I wish the ears weren’t sliced so fine because I feel the whole point of eating that part of the pig is to be able to enjoy the crunchy cartilage. On the whole though, as the pig’s ears were tossed with blanched beansprouts in a fragrant oil, I was picking at it non-stop.

The Roast Pork @ Sun Lok Noodle House is praise-worthy with crispy, crackling skin, tender & juicy meat and gorgeous layers of fats.
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I’m back again at Sun Lok Noodle House.
Plump and crunchy prawns in translucent-skinned dumplings & sweet and savoury char siew filling in fluffy buns. It’s hard not to love these dim sum favourites.
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So macho yet with a soft feel.
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Lime curd was tangy and zesty. Tart base alittle too thick. Coffee was just not my cup of coffee.
Love the chio space here at PS Cafe.. Raffles City.

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The pork neck’s texture is a cross between bubbly-soft and tenderly chewy, with the fillet giving off major chimney smokiness up the nose in manner of the most seductive of satays. Elsewhere, the honey pineapple sauce was honey sweet, naughtily spicy and Thai-esque tart in its endeavours. 4/5

Ordered my favourites here and tried the sambal belacan kang kong. Every dish was stellar and my Uncle and Aunt both gave their nods of approval.