151 Lorong Chuan
#01-11 NTP+
Singapore 556741

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11:30am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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Clan 7 meaning behind is connection that brings diners together, Offer the dining experience is enhanced through an exceptional list of wines and spirts curated by Ch’ng Poh Tiong, Keeper of the Quaich (2012) and Tasting Director of Singapore World Spirits Competition.

Feature :
4 out of 8 The Clan 7™ Menu
💕Sichuan-style Cooked Garoupa Fillet
💕Smoked Fish Fillet
💕Signature fish maw broth.
💕Char-baked Rice with Lobster and Crispy Rice.

My fav is Sichuan Style Cooked Garoupa fillet.
Tender with bouncy flesh fish, served with soup that balance between sour and spiciness.
💰$98 ++per pax

📍Clan 7.
151 Lorong Chuan, NTP+ #01-11
Singapore 556741

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Sichuan-style Cooked Garoupa Fillet

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Quite interesting combination adding the crispy rice for a dual textures, serves with fresh lobster.

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Ordered a few items but favourite of the lot was the crispy eggplant (pictured). It was crisp and well flavoured - would go back to get it again. For some of the other items:
- Fish maw soup: was not bad but the portion was small and more meant for a single diner just FYI
- Seafood pao fan: felt it was a little salty, but generous with the ingredients
- Chicken with truffle: decent but nothing very outstanding

Service was great as the staff were very attentive and offered to top up our tea occasionally and divide the dishes as well. Be warned about the tea though - did not notice it was charged per pax so it can get pretty pricey at about ~$4++ per person.

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The Beyond deal is valid for noodles and rice, which I claimed for the takeaway deal. Ordered the YangZhou Fried Rice with BBQ Pork and Prawn, as well as the Clan 7 Laksa. To my surprise, the Laksa was served dry without broth, and looked nothing like laksa.

Boy: YangZhou Fried Rice ($15). Nothing special about the fried rice but it had a good bite, so rice was well prepared. Shrimp was cut up into small pieces but they were fresh prawns, not gelatin. 7/10 rating.

Girl: Clan 7 Laksa ($16). There is no resemblance of this dish to laksa at all. It tastes more to me like dry noodles tossed in shrimp paste, served with tobiko. Prawn is a little sparse as they cut the shrimp up into bits. This dish might be better had in the restaurant itself but served decent as a takeaway. 6/10 for me.

On a weekend early evening, the place seemed rather empty. Service was alright but one of the staff was slightly condescending when she learned that we were using a Burpple deal. She was eager to check my app while questioning her colleague who already informed me that I could use it, if my deal would be valid (dine-in deal only available on weekdays) despite that I had repeatedly mentioned that I wanted to do a takeaway. Bad vibes later during payment as well.

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Helmed by multi-award winning Chef Dee Chan, this modern Chinese restaurant whips up modern renditions of timeless classics for diners to enjoy. Located in Lorong Chuan's NTP+, enjoy a spread of exceptional Chinese cuisine at the modern and spacious new outlet that caters for family celebrations and business lunches. Pamper yourself with the best of culinary craftsmanship by ordering the recommended dishes that include the Smoked Cod Fish Fillet ($29), Sichuan-style Cooked Garoupa Fillet ($38), and "Ying Yang"- style Seafood Multi-grain Fried Rice.