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Chinese Restaurants

Chinese Restaurants

Featuring Dumpling Darlings, Enjoy Eating House and Bar, Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre, Chong Qing Grilled Fish (Liang Seah), Mui Kee Congee, Ri Ri Hong Mala Xiang Guo (People's Park Complex Food Centre), Yin Ji 银记肠粉店, Núodle (SingPost Centre), Wok Master (City Square Mall), Cherry Garden (Mandarin Oriental Singapore)
Emma Fangs
Emma Fangs

Definitely one of the best congee and Cheong Fun places I've been. Smooth, silky yet thin cheong fun skin wrapped around fresh ingredients. The saltiness of the sauce was also just right.

Love that they serve legit Soya Bean Milk (豆浆) and not some watered down version called 豆花水.
Will be back for more 😍😋

Yummy dimsum style high tea for this Chinese New Year! Priced from $40++, we ordered 2 sets of high tea plus a whole lot of ala carte dim sum 😋. Personally think that the price is ok as they did throw in premium items like foie gras and the prawns on the cold noodles was huge and the tea is atas tea. Of course, can't compared to swee choon or other dim sum house for pricing. But comparable to English high tea at other hotels.

Most memorable dishes includes the colourful noodles with big prawns where the noodles texture was super q. It was cold but it wasn't tasteless.

Char siew bao was fluffy and sweet.

Great service, thank you for working during CNY.

Spicy and Sour wantons 红油抄手 was flavourful without being too spicy.

The rest were pretty but also pretty average. Very pretty Swan, not so pretty mouse dimsum but both were not super delicious. It is if you love the crispy layers on the Swan. Personally, I am not a fan of such dim sum.

Love the selection of tea available.

They serve one of the best Mongolian Chicken and definitely one of their better dishes.

Crispy fried chicken with creamy savoury but not too heavy sauce, small for $12.

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For those familiar with Keisuke group of restaurant, they have a very thick broth that is more bisuqe like than soup like.

First time at Le Shrimp and decided to try their signature Trio which includes fresh prawns, wantons and fish and shrimp paste balls. The Wanton is amazing with the very thin and smooth skin, coupled with the sweetness and chewy texture of the prawn within.

Prawns is ok fresh.

Noodles, very q but full.

Fish and prawn paste is similar to what you get at Beauty in a pot.

The soup which is the highlight is sweet but not bisque like. It is lighter than some local prawn mee soup but still rich.

Overall, an enjoyable dish and will be back for more.

The roast meat is decent. It is what Roasted meat should be with a slightly crispy skin and soft fats in the middle. But it wasn't anything to rave about.

Rather expensive though. In total, we spent $30 each.

Dining ambiance feels very old school Chinese Restaurant which is nice.

The 红油抄手 (hot and sour wantons) were more spicy than sour for those who like alot more spicy kick in their food.

Egg tarts not pictured were hot, soft and sweet in the inside with solid fragrant crust. Not those type of layered pie crust but a solid one layer crust.

Dim Sum is old school Chinese Restaurant in Singapore! Love the spicy and sour want ons (红油抄手) and prawns/char siew flour rolls (chee cheong fan).

The chee cheong fan skin is very smooth and silky and lightly salted sauce is a good combination.

Egg tart is hot, crispy and doesn't break easily. Love it.

I love this crispy deep fried dumpling with truffle mash potato within. The mash is smooth and well mixed together. Be careful, it can be hot!

Definitely a must order when you visit!

Love the balance of spiciness and vinegar in this dish. The skin is not too thick. The dumpling has a great texture and chew to it.

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Finally got around to trying the fame Thai Chicken rice. The chicken is very tender and mildly seasoned with soft, jelly like chicken skin. Paired with a dark, salty and spicy chilli sauce and Thai ice milk tea, I can tell why it's so popular. Pricey though, just like all other food brought into Singapore.
We did find extra grains of rice on our new plates as well (vivocity outlet) 😢😨

We were in one of the food courts in Chinatown and ordered from them. Pretty decent, pretty standard 👌
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The thickness of the scallion pancakes is just right but it can be less flimpsy and soft, and more crispy.

Cheesy Chicken Cutlet is salty and can be quite difficult to finish.

Overall, it is still an enjoyable dish.

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