30 Stevens Road
#01-07 Mercure Singapore On Stevens
Singapore 257840

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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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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Had a great meal at this place! I have ordered the "sui bian" set for two and it came with a generous amount of portion for two. The food was very nice and delicious. It came as a six course meal for 2 and I was very full after the entire meal. It also came with a free pint of beer

The staffs were very nice and was very patient in explaining each dish to us. I especially enjoyed the Pork Cheek as they were very delicious. The other dishes were very enjoyable as well!

Highly recommended to anyone that wants a Chinese style fine dining experience!!!

This was one of the most interesting desserts I have had at a Chinese tze char restaurant in Singapore: Taiwan-style popiah with three scoops of ice cream on top! The three scoops were pretty old-school flavours: blue pea flower with lemongrass, horlicks and soursop! The horlicks was malty and pretty concentrated, whereas the soursop landed a contrasting sweet, but refreshing flavour. The blue pea flower flavour was the most interesting flavour, although the taste was rather faint.

The popiah was surprisingly pretty tough - I gave up using the spoon to break it into smaller pieces, and used my hands instead. Bits of peanut and pieces of coriander were sprinkled over the dish, although I thought the coriander would be a pretty strange garnishing to go with the ice cream.

Overall, I would say that this was a pretty interesting item, and $14++ for three scoops of ice cream is pretty reasonable.

This is the first hor fun dish I tried in Singapore which deep fries the hor fun before serving it in a dish containing egg gravy. Do try some of the fried hor fun pieces before dipping them in the egg gravy, as the crispy texture of the dry hor fun pieces contrasts quite sharply with the texture after they have been soaked in gravy. Gravy portion was just right to ensure that some of the hor fun pieces remained dry and crispy!

This came with many ingredients, including prawns, sliced pork, fish fillet and mushrooms. This was the small portion ($17++) but it is way more than enough for two people, since the gravy makes this dish a lot more filling than expected. However, it is definitely a pretty interesting twist on our traditional hor fun dish.

Enjoy Eating House's upscale mee kia for $17++. Noodles were cooked to perfection - they were springy and were neither too soft nor hard, and the noodles did not have the "yellow noodle" taste! Served with a wobbly half-boiled egg, break the yolk halfway through your meal to let the yolk flow over the dish.

The highlight of the dish was Chef Joel's pork jowl, which were neither too lean nor fat (although I wish there were more of the fats). The sides were nicely seared to give a slightly burnt texture, while the meat was glazed to give it a somewhat sweet flavour. If you really like the meat, there is a separate dish for it too!

My favorite dish from the “Sui Bian Set” menu, called the “Pork Cheek,” is roasted slightly, crispy and tender. The sour and sweet sauce goes perfectly well with the dish! A must-try👍🏻!!!

I ordered the Grandma's Te Kah Beehoon. Small portion is $14 but portion is generous and totally worth it! The beehoon had this amazing wokhei taste which I totally loved, and the meat was extremely juicy. Also ordered the Peranakan Bakwan Kepiting which was served as a great appetizer and was flavourful. Loved it!

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