Top 10 in China Square Central

Top 10 places in China Square Central, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in China Square Central

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in China Square Central, Singapore.

Very impressed with the quality of ingredients used in this platter - that otoro had a sweet buttery taste to it, so although it was fat, it didn't feel gelat. Botan ebi was also firm and fresh.
Our omakase that evening was prepared personally by owner chef Benny, and it was very affordably priced. It may not look posh, but it's a cosy for a no frills quick Japanese fix.
If omakase isn't your kind of thing, you can opt for a quick meal here with their chirashi don ($19), which I've came for during my office hour lunches.
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Just can鈥檛 go wrong with that as we warm our belly with 10 different type of broths that aren't only tasty but beneficial to us too.

Choose between Set Menu, A La Carte or A La Carte Buffet (from $25.90++/weekday dinner) which is wallet-friendly as you indulge in the different cut of meats. And you know what? They serve free flow of Xiao Long Bao!! We can help but to order one tray per person 馃槀

Guo Fu Hotpot Steamboat
Address: 20 Cross Street, Unit 01-31 China Square Central, Singapore 048422
#guofusteamboat #teampixel

Only visually pleasing - not recommended, the other pastas are wayyyy better

Trying out Koji for the first time and ordered Salmon Avocado with brown rice. Brown rice is tad dry but the salmon filling is pretty filling! It鈥檚 about $18++ per bowl.

Healthy, vegan food can taste yummy. I didn鈥檛 even notice the fact that there wasn鈥檛 any meat in this Buddha Bowl ($9.90) that looked so eye-catching and tasted amazing! With a plethora of ingredients from chickpeas/edamame, tumeric cauliflower, saut茅ed mushrooms, purple slaw, marinated tofu, quinoa, other grilled vegetables and topped with a huge dollop of beetroot hummus, this bowl kept me satisfied all the way till dinner. So happy that I managed to score this item, which is honestly cheaper than any other similar dish I鈥檝e seen so far.

Had a wonderful dinner here at Koji Sushi, where our omakase was prepared personally by owner chef Benny. And I was very impressed with the quality of ingredients used - the buttery taste of the fatty otoro, the clean taste of foie gras, the freshness of the botan ebi sashimi, the nuttiness of uni, and the creamy sweetness of the Hiroshima oysters.
And it was very affordably priced. But you need to be prepared that it's a small bustling outlet that uses space very efficiently, so you might be seated quite close to your adjacent diner when they're fully booked. But yes, they crowded for a reason - they serve quality food at affordable prices.
Pictured: Hotate and foie gras sushi. Took this photo during an invited tasting, but I'll be back on my own again.

Soul ALife Cafe
Vegan with gluten free options

Thankful for the earlier postings on burpple - I decided to visit this small cafe .

I love supporting small enterprises and our local Singaporeans and it really warms my heart knowing that this cafe is started by a young lady in her 20s. What a brave heart in this highly competitive and rent - killing part of Singapore.

As though that is not enough, serving clean and raw food is also much of an uphill battle. With the likes of 鈥 health food 鈥 joints sprouting up and around everywhere , most are mis- leading the public about healthy eating. Just a few greens tossed in doesn鈥檛 make a meal healthy - there is much more to it than that.

Thus, I admire the courage of this young cafe owner.

The Buddha bowl ( why Buddha ?? Hahaha) was ver light and clean on the palate with the beetroot hummus being the star of the dish . It had a good amount of tumeric / cumin spice and was smooth in texture. The other elements in the bowl were ok - roasted potatoes , tumeric cauliflower, purple slaw , cherry tomatoes. An unexpected find were the Asian mushrooms in place of button mushrooms ( perhaps this helps to keep the costs lower).

The Buddha bowl was close to 12 dollars after adding in gst and service charge - a little expensive I would say because it was not as though any of the ingredients were organic.

Also, I see that the mircrowave is used to heat up certain elements of food here - so that might be a deterrent for me because microwave and healthy eating just don鈥檛 come together .

There are some raw cakes and gluten free cakes served in the cafe but seeing that there were just lone 1 or 2 pieces displayed - I might come back the next time when there is a fresh batch baked .

The Teriyaki Burger is served with crispy sweet potato fries. The burger patty, which is made from mushroom, really does look like a decent beef patty that you can get from upscale burger joints.

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Koji has been a mainstay in my lunch plans for a while now, and it's because I like how they approach meals with a no-frills attitude. Fish is fresh and sliced thickly, there's not too much rice, and everything is done quickly and quietly. No fuss, no drama, just the way I like it.

10 KG.

This is a Buddha Bowl filled with healthy ingredients such as turmeric cauliflower, quinoa, purple slaw and marinated tofu.
The link comes from homemade beetroot hummus.

New Vegan cafe called Soulalife at China Square. #DanielDietDiary

$28++ for this palm-sized (I have a small palm!) fish collar. Baulked a little at the price initially, but I can emphatically say that I have no regrets ordering this. It came perfectly grilled - crisp skin glistening with fish oil, and the flesh hidden beneath was tender and juicy. No complaints, really. But would I pay for $28 for it again, when $18 buys me a full chirashi don? Hmmm... that's the question