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Jiak Modern Tzechar (HillV2)

120 Wishlisted
~$15/pax
Jiak Modern Tzechar is a family-friendly, Halal Chinese restaurant that serves up authentic and traditional tzechar dishes. ​ Set in a modern, jazzy and cosy environment, Jiak is a place for simple and delicious comfort food at affordable prices. ​ We embrace homemade goodness in all our dishes and be sure not to miss out on our signature "Fish Head Curry"! We guarantee that you will ask for it again and again every time you visit!

4 Hillview Rise
#02-04 HillV2
Singapore 667979

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Saturday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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πŸ’΅: $12

πŸ€”: Call us basic but we always get kang kong or sweet potato leaves when we have tze char and the one sees a wetter rendition of it, different but just as good!

πŸ’΅: $10

πŸ€”: A must get IMO!!! Not sure how, but there's a slight wok hei scent in this, making it extra addictive

πŸ’΅: $20

πŸ€”: Love the variety of ingredients in this, such as the beancurd skin and taupok whcich I don't reckon is usually in curry fish??? Shared this amongst 4 along with 2 other dishes and we were pretty full, especially since the fish was really plump and meaty

A new addition to their menu, the slipper lobster black bee hoon on promotion ($20) was delicious. The dish comes with 6 halves of the fresh chunks of slipper lobster combined with the powerful "wok hei" of the black squid ink bee hoon is sure to satisfy your tummy.

Tried the mee goreng once, it was definitely one of the better ones out there. Went back again to try the hor fun. Was expecting it to be better... but it was really mediocre and starchy

Look at the beautiful colors. Even with the condiments, the fishy smell was quite strong. I personally enjoyed it, but I guess it really depends your own tolerance for the β€˜fishy’ smell. Was pleasantly surprised to find that Jiak is a halal restaurant because the dishes are so chinese. Other dishes I enjoyed were the har jeong gai and the mee goreng. The noodles were not over cooked and super flavorful. I would return to family friendly Jiak again. Do make a reservation, it was fully packed on a Friday night.

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