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

Think of TzeChar with a modern twist and that’s Enjoy Eating House and Bar. The restaurant at Stevens Road offers a cosy dining environment with pretty good and interesting local dishes.

Tried a few of their recommended dishes and my fav would be the Pitan Tofu. I like how there’s real bits of crab meat as one of the toppings apart from the century egg. It’s pretty flavourful given that the paste is made up of the century egg yolk itself.

Also, the Silky Egg Crispy Horfun is worth a try if you would like a different spin to your usual traditional horfun. Portion is generous too.

My first thoughts when I stepped in was: this isn’t just a normal Tzechar store - it was extremely “zhng-Ed” up, with a very modernised touch in terms of decorations as well as how vibrant the place is. Saw many people holding their reunion dinners there too, really makes for a comforting family meal together!

I’ve read loads about the wok hei of the food so I was really excited to try their signature dishes! Honestly their menu leaves you spoilt for choice, it has a slight modern twist compared to your typical Tze char store- but I eventually settled for some of their signature dishes.

The BBQ pork cheek was pretty special, both tender and lean - an elevated version of your typical Char Shao. The Singapore style chilli prawns was a unique adaptation of the usual chilli crab. But the mantou is a must to complement the flavourful sauce. Crunchy on the exterior, warm and fluffy on the inside. Each mantou was just 50 cents which had me yearning for more!

The prices are slightly steep for alacarte dishes, but regardless I’ll be back to try more variety! 😌

First time here at this modern Tze Char Restaurant! I loved the effort and decoration that went into spicing the whole place up. It really screamed comfy vibes. I ordered several signature dishes but I’ve got to say I loved the ugly cabbage! As unassuming and plain jane as it looks, it was sweet and very well seasoned. And for a non vege lover like me, that really means something.
The BBQ pork cheek was one of my personal favourites too, slightly melty and tender and when dipped in the sauce, paired with the achar and peanut the flavours really gel together and bursts in your mouth. Will certainly be back for more!

Overall the food was really good! We ordered this plate of pork cheek, te kah bee hoon, chilli prawns and mantou and chendol panna cotta amounting to $76++. Definitely recommend the pork cheek as it’s extremely tender, and the te kah bee hoon which is filled with the wok hei flavour. It is abit on the pricier side but quite worth considering the quality of the food and service. However, the chendol panna cotta didn’t really stand out to me. Would come back though for the mains!

Recommended by a friend to go and check out the place. Definitely a great higher end zichar place to get some authentic singaporean style food with modern twists! The pork cheeks and wasabi prawns stood out as especially good! The decor was also trendy and definitely insta-worthy!

Had the seafood fried rice along with satay and sous vide egg with foie grass. The food was tasty and reasonably priced! The service staff were also really helpful and attentive, 10/10 would recommend to anyone!

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