3 Gateway Drive
#B1-02 Westgate
Singapore 608532

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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Tan Yu specializes in Chongqing-style grilled fish. Besides Grilled Fish with Fresh Green Pepper and Chongqing Grilled Fish with Beancurd which are signature and Chongqing classic respectively, there are 8 other styles of grilled fish to choose from. There are also cold dishes and other grilled foods. https://hungryghost.sg/tan-yu-westgate/

Love the freshness and tenderness of the fish! This fish also doesn't have any of the dreaded fishiness! Love how the green chili peppers provide a good balance of 麻 (numb) and 辣 (spicy) without being too overpowering. Very 香 (fragrant) as well!

A non-spicy option is the way to go for me as I inhaled the Grilled Limbo Fish with Soy Sauce ($45.90). Sweet and savoury, the gravy does thicken pretty quickly making it a tad cloying but went superbly with a steaming bowl of rice. The vegetables also helped a little to cut the richness. The highlight was certainly the fish itself as it was all tender, succulent, smooth yet firm.

Buried under a heap of soybeans and red chilies, Tanyu’s Chongqing Grilled Sea Bass Fish with Bean Curd ($45.90) looked intimidating especially for a non-spice eater like me. However, a quick sweep of the chilies and picking out portions that were not soaked long in the menacing sauce proved fruitful as I got to sample the dish without choking or burning myself. Fragrant, spicy, and tantalizing, the sauce didn’t carry as much heat as expected and meld together well with the fresh-tasting Sea Bass. Hence, spice lovers would certainly find the heat level more than tolerable. Though it is worth noting that the Sea Bass had a fair amount of bones so I would suggest going for the Limbo Fish.

I go to Tan Yu once every few weeks because I will never get bored of their abundance of choices (which have all been amazing so far!) and their fish is always cooked to perfection. Mixed chillies was the spiciest I’ve had so far but as a spice-lover, it burned so good. 🔥🔥

This is definitely on my list of no fail desserts. What’s not to like about crispy, chewy and decadently sweet fried glutinous rice cakes?

Taste: 9/10 (The nutty and subtly sweet flavour of black sesame pairs very well with the smoky taste of brown sugar syrup! I also love that the rice cakes remains so pleasantly soft and moist on the inside. That said, this dish should definitely be shared because it gets pretty jerlat after a few bites - one piece per pax would be the perfect serving size!)

Price: 7/10 (Going for $7.80 a plate, each piece of this deep fried goodness will cost you $1.50 before GST - not the cheapest snack/dessert (but worth it IMO 😂))