Dong Bei Ren Jia

263 Wishlisted
~$15/pax
东北人家

22 Upper Cross Street
Singapore 058334

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Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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This is supposedly one of their specialties. Dry spicy chicken that's topped with mounds of red chilli and chilli seeds and other spices. Unfortunately, the dish was too spicy for me, but I can understand the appeal of it; for reference - if any of you had the dried crispy duck at yunnans, this is 3x more spicy. $14 for a generous portion.

This was really good. It's sweet and sour pork which Singaporeans and familiar with, that's fried with a crispy batter over it. In between the batter and the meat, there's this thick and somewhat mochi-esque layer that adds to the mouth feel. $14 for the entire plate, which was very reasonable due to the generous portion. Rating 7.5/10. Would most definitely order this again 😜

Place doesn't accept credit cards. But you can pay with cash, nets or paynow.

Fried eggplants with thick savoury sauce over it, rather different from the eggplants with sweet dark sauce that I have at local places or hawker centres. Cost $10
Rating 6.5/10

Crispy and slightly chewy, with a mouth feel that's very much like prata, albeit not as flaky. It's fairly flavourful on its own because of the scallions. However, one can dip it in any chilli oil sauce for an additional flavour profile. Should eat it while it's hot. Costs $3 Rating 7/10

so generous, mountain of food

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Dong Bei Ren Jia is one of the places I usually think of when I’m looking to satisfy my north-eastern Chinese food cravings. So far I have only ordered the few usual dishes (La Zi Ji - $14, Tomato Egg - $8 and Sichuan Dry-fried String Beans - $10) during my visits here, but the standard is always consistently good! I should probably order some of their other dishes to try when I’m here again the next time! If you’ve been here, do leave me your recommendations!

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