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Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant (UOB Plaza)

70 Wishlisted
~$55/pax
Perched majestically on the 60th storey of the iconic UOB Plaza, Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant offers unparalleled 360-degree views of the city and beyond. Located in the heart of the central business district, its spectacular vistas set the stage for power lunches, corporate functions and memorable celebrations alike, amidst a feast of refined Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine.

80 Raffles Place
#60-01 UOB Plaza 1
Singapore 048624

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Saturday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

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Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.

Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.

Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.

Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.

Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.

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Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.

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