Chinese 🥟

Chinese 🥟

Featuring EVENTASTY Noodle Bar (Funan), Taan Asian Grill Bar 炭烤串烧啤酒, BBQ Box 串燒工坊 (Bugis), Delibowl Express (Funan), Lau Wang Claypot Delights (Tampines 1), Formosa Delights (Clementi Road), Qi Xiang Chicken Pot 奇香鸡煲 (Serangoon), Rong Xing La Mian Xiao Long Bao (Redhill Lane Block 85 Food Centre), 海底捞 Bedok Mall Haidilao, $1.30 Dim Sum (Tampines)
Ryan & Nat
Ryan & Nat

$13.90 and shareable for ~3-4 pax. Skin was real crispy and came with generous amount of meat too! Spice was so good and the numbing feeling was on point. Definitely a must get.

⭐️ 4/5

Lu rou fan came with the cold dish brocolli ($11.90) & Seafood Knife Cut Noodle ($11.90) - portion was hugeeee, would recommend getting 1 mains + 1 side if you’re an average eater. Lu rou fan was drenched in sauce (would have preferred it to be less saucy) but pork was good though - very fatty and melts in your mouth 👌🏻 Noodles were QQ and had a nice garlic flavour to it. Had alot of seafood (4 prawns!!!!) as well. Just thought the fish was too fishy.

⭐️ 3.5/5, went on a weekday evening ~6.40pm and was packed, do rmb to book to avoid waiting!

Great choice of sauce from spicy korean, miso, to original chinese spice. Meat was very jelat after awhile so good to get some vegetables to go along too! Don’t get the spring onion meat if you can’t take the raw taste LOL it was super overpowering 🥴 Great value too with BB - paid ~$14 each for 4 pax and we ordered 1-for-1 main dish on top of 20+20 skewers.

Mushroom sauce vinaigrette Ebiko prawn paste noodle (dry) and was pleasantly surprised that it came with tomato soup! Don’t know if it’s just me but the dried noodle tastes like indomie 😳

⭐️ 3/5


Great service that never disappoints and food quality is always consistent. Tip: get the iberico pork instead of black pork - it’s so much softer and i could literally feel it mELtinG in my mouth it’s amazing - both are $24 for 1 portion!

Ordered sesame chicken (S), ngoh hiang, herbal fish soup (L), nonya chap chye (S) for 3 pax ~$30 - have been eating this since their original store at serangoon and LOVE the sesame chicken so much 🤤 very flavourful and goes super well with rice. Ngoh hiang is one of my fam’s must-get, tastes hand made and the meat inside is very substantial and tasty. Herbal fish soup tasted quite underwhelming and diluted this time though :( overall good portion for the price point!

⭐️ 3.5/5

Tomato Ebiko Noodles, Seafood Pumpkin Noodles Sliced Seabass with Sichuan Pickles Hot & Sour Noodles, and extra side of braised large intestines at ~$42 in total with 2 1-for-1 deals used! Broth was thick and rich. Noodle portion was too big for me and was hoping it would have a more qq texture to it. Overall decent and value for money with discount.

⭐️ 3/5

$4 for 6 xlbs. Despite hearing good reviews on this, I personally do not really like it because of the strong ‘pork smell’. It was abit too much for me. The skin was good though, with a good anount of soup. Ryan likes it but I didn’t so taste-wise is quite subjective. Wouldn’t mind trying out their other dishes next time though!

⭐️ 1/5 for nat, 4/5 for ryan

Used Burpple 1-for-1 and cost $10.90 for TWO sets - double-cooked marinated beef and butter chicken with tofu salad and seaweed soup. Butter chicken was so yum!!! The sauce was rich and flavourful and tasted much better than most mini wok places. The beef was super tender and we liked it too. Tofu salad was mala-flavoured and was very appetising. Only downside was that the soup was quite cold. Other than that, everything tasted good and was value for money!

⭐️ 4/5, so satisfying!!!

Whole chicken + 2 additional ingredients (vege and glass noodle) for ~ $50. Each additional ingredient cost $3.50 which is not cheap. Broth was flavourful but tasted exactly like other places that serves chicken pot. Nothing special about this place.

⭐️ 2/5

Loved the chicken wings (spicy, original, garlic) and potatos. The sticks were well marinated with mala sauce and spice level was just nice (I am a 小辣 - 中辣). You can ask for non-spicy sauce too if you can’t take spice. Toasted bread with sugar too was life changing, must order! (up to 50% on eatigo)

⭐️ 3/5

10 items for $13 🤯 located at blk 878C tampines ave 4 (523876), this was a rare find of cheap dim sum in the east - loved the har gao (prawn dumpling), chicken feet, and prawn chee cheong fun. carrot cake was meh and don’t be foolish like us who thought ‘custard bun’ was liu sha bao.......

⭐️ 3/5 - value for money and tasted decent but it wouldn’t be something we will travel all the way for