Chong Qing Grilled Fish (Liang Seah)

1737 Wishlisted
~$25/pax
Chong Qing Grilled Fish, the 1st in Singapore to introduce Sichuan authentic charcoal-grilled fish which took the center stage when it was first launched in 2010. A renowned brand in the local scene that many raved about even until today. Indulge in an unforgettable gastronomic experience with its 7 deliciously bold flavoured Signature Grilled Fish, well-marinated with more than 20 types of herbs and spices, specially sourced to tantalise your palate.

1 Liang Seah Street
#01-05/06
Singapore 208829

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Sunday:
12:00pm - 01:00am

Monday:
12:00pm - 01:00am

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 01:00am

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 01:00am

Thursday:
12:00pm - 01:00am

Friday:
12:00pm - 01:00am

Saturday:
12:00pm - 01:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

They initially served this without lighting the fire below the pot, and we were wondering why the food was slightly cold. When we asked them to light it, the waitress never got back to us and we had to ask another. Took awhile for us to finally be able to start eating.

Mushrooms were super duper chewy, my jaws were quite tired after some time. The beansprouts were very raw so I didn’t really like it. Tastewise it was so-so I think. On the menu this was a speciality, but I thought there was nothing really amazing about it.

Service wasn’t very great in general. The waiting times for food was quite long, we already finished most of our previous dishes before this one even arrived.

It was quite packed on a weekday evening, but fortunately we made a reservation. Do note that if you make a reservation, all your guests have to be present before the restaurant allows you to be seated.

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I went for their buffet which consists of mala grilled fish and a range of ala carte dishes.

For the mala grilled fish, I had sea bass in spicy fragrant flavor with medium spiciness level. I added quite a number of sides as this is a buffet😝. A side that I think you could give it a miss is the handmade noodles because it gets bloated and soggy easily.

For the ala carte dishes, I highly recommend their La Zi Ji and Stir-Fried Garlic Butter Lala!! We just couldn’t stop ourselves from getting more garlic butter Lala 🤤!

Though I feel their mala grilled fish isn’t the best, it was nonetheless a satisfying meal. I really love having mala grilled fish with great company!

The dish was aromatic, chicken cubes were very crispy - with each crunch it was just an explosion of delicious oil (trying not to think about h e a l t h). The mala spices was actually not too spicy or numbing, so it was easy to eat and finish.

The plate looked huge but there wasn’t many chicken cubes in the pile - it was quite fun going on a hunt for them!

$16 is a little expensive for how little meat there is in this dish. We used the Beyond 1-for-1 deal so that made it slightly more affordable.

Service wasn’t very great, we were served one dry pot dish where they had forgotten to put wax and light the fire - and they really took a long time to get back to us for this. The waiting times for food was quite long, we finished this chicken dish before our other dishes even arrived.

It was quite packed on a weekday evening, but fortunately we made a reservation. Do note that if you make a reservation, all your guests have to be present before the restaurant allows you to be seated.

La zi ji never goes wrong!! I enjoyed the chicken so much though it numbed my tongue. However, the grill fish wasn’t that fantastic. Its okay, the 1-for-1 isnt about the fish anyways!

Both soup bases were really flavourful and chock full of ingredients and plenty of fish! Definitely value for money, especially with the free flow items. On the day we visited, quite a number of items weren’t available so it was a bit disappointing.

Used the Burpple buffet deal. We didn’t expect most of the side dishes to be in the pot already when it was served (meat was served separately). The pot came with so much low value ingredients hidden underneath the fish. Obviously more than what we ordered. But It was difficult to see how much until we started eating. Halfway through our meal, we were told to finish as much as possible to avoid the extra charges for leftovers. In the first place they put in way too much items like bean curd skin and sausages (we obviously did not order so much as we only placed order for 1 portion for most items - one portion shared among two pots). We didn’t even get to order more meat - too full trying to clear the items already in the pot. When we settled the bill, the receipt showed 2 portions for some items which we only ordered 1 portion! We were lucky we didn’t get charged extra.

Food tasted alright but make sure to check your orders and receipt to avoid being charged extra for food wastage. And do compare the prices between using the deal and ordering ala carte.

Overall a fishy experience.

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