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195 New Bridge Road
Singapore 059425

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11:00am - 05:30am

11:00am - 05:30am

11:00am - 05:30am

11:00am - 05:30am

11:00am - 05:30am

11:00am - 05:30am

11:00am - 05:30am

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Pretty affordable skewers which is priced from $1 onwards! Also if you have not try 地三鲜 then order it and pair it with rice and you are good to go!

All time favourite sze Chuan food. The skewers are a must have, starts from $1.0 for a generous portion of meat. The salted egg pumpkin and la zi ji are the must have. Do note that the portions here are generous and everything ones in one size only.

A dish that I simply cannot do without when having Sichuan food is a fried mutton. Every place has their own version of preparing it but what I particularly love about Dong Fang Mei Shi Fan Din’s is that they season their mutton with lots of cumin and chili powder which really amps up the savoriness of the dish.

The sweated onions provide sweetness which nicely balances out the saltiness of the mutton and the handful of cilantro tossed in towards the end lends an element of freshness. Pure meaty bliss, that is.

The mala fever is at an all-time-high but what if I told you that mala xiang guo is literally only the tip of Sichuan’s diverse array of delicacies?

Located along North Bridge Road, Dong Fang Mei Shi Fan Dian occupies 2 shophouse spaces and dishes out a full-on array of dishes spanning North-Eastern China. Their menu boasts more than a hundred items but the one thing I always, ALWAYS return for is their Shao kao. Their Shao kao (a barbecued meat on a stick variant) is heavily seasoned in spices and is an excellent snack to have with beer, if not, an accompaniment to your main meal. Pictured here is pig’s intestine, mantou, chicken hearts and chicken thigh meat.

So I was introduced by a Friend to this store which was still operating at 3am! It offered so much Chinese cuisine but we picked this dish which was so tasty!

Pork: As the title of the dish implies, it really is "smooth"! The texture was tender and moist. The sauce had a good balance of sour, sweet and spicy, and it tasted so good you could just eat it with rice just like that!

Price: $10 (good for 2-3 pax)
Personal grade: A-


Randomly walked in a crowded and noisy restaurant but found a gem in Chinatown as the food are surprisingly delicious. A must-order is their bbq skewers which tasted like satay sprinkled with Chili powder. However there's a min order of 2 pieces per item.