6 Mosque Street
Singapore 059486

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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

Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
Closed

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Nice food and good discount with Eatigo

Had been having quite a bit of Chinese fare recently — checked out some of the more older establishments along Mosque Street in Chinatown such as Si Chuan Village and Dong Fang Mei Shi; found ourselves winding up at Harmonious Restaurant this time instead which is also one of the newer additions to Mosque Street. Unlike most other restaurants located within the same street, Harmonious Restaurant stands out from the rest being an establishment that focuses on its image — whilst most other Chinese eateries here feels rather functional, Harmonious Restaurant feels beautifully renovated with plush seats in pastel colours with wooden furnishings and fittings; a more welcoming vibe overall. Offering perpetually the same range of Chinese fare as one would usually expect out of establishments serving Sichuan cuisine, expect a menu that spreads across several sections including Grilled Fish, Cold Dish, Meat, Vegetables, Seafood, Charcoal BBQ, Entree, Snacks and Desserts. Non-alcoholic beverages available here includes pretty much the standard range of canned and bottled drinks served in establishments of its type, though they do offer special drinks such as a whole lineup of smoothies and milkshakes, as well as a Cola Bear — probably inspired from the same at Haidilao. Alcoholic options include a small selection of beer, as well as hard liquor as well.

Tried a couple of dishes here but we did find that they seem to have a rather strong hand in their chicken dishes as well as their charcoal BBQ skewers. The Sichuan Style Spicy Chicken left a particularly strong impression despite being a dish that is commonly found across Chinese eateries serving Sichuan-style cuisine — coming with dried red and green chillies as well as a variety of Sichuan peppers, what really stands out about the variant served at Harmonious Restaurant is perhaps the quality of the chicken used. Whilst the chunks of chicken are on the smaller side here, the chunks of chicken here are especially tender on the inside yet crisp on the outside; nothing near being greasy as well. Peanuts are included in this rendition served by Harmonious Restaurant — not an uncommon find though some places do serve the same dish without; thought that they were pretty generous with the peanuts considering its almost a 1:1 ratio with the dried chili. One thing also worthy to note about the rendition of this dish here at Harmonious Restaurant is also how it didn’t taste particularly salty, and seems to have a focus on being more spicy than numbing.

Given it’s slightly more upscale decor and vibes, it is easy to misinterpret Harmonious Restaurant as a more pricey alternative to the other Sichuan cuisine establishments along the same street. Flipping through the menu however, one would find that their prices are pretty competitive; they also seem to place some emphasis in the produce that they are using for the food here that somewhat gives that an edge over similar establishments in general — this is not to mention how the food here seems to also be generally cleaner on the palate without all that usual grease that comes along for some of the dishes. There are some dishes that we still prefer the same from other establishments, though Harmonious Restaurant is likely the place to visit for those who aren’t into the sort of environment and general vibe of typical establishments of its type.

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