Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant

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Located among the Boat Quay shop houses, Tong Fu Ju Grilled Fish Restaurant is an overseas franchise from China. Tong Fu Ju Grilled Fish boasts an impressive selection of delicious Sichuan cuisine and seafood that will please discerning food lovers. All the dishes expertly prepared by their experienced and highly skilled chef. Their signature dish is the most authentic Chong Qing Qian Pin Grilled Fish. Only use the freshest and live fish, such as giant see perch, Patin and grilled with charcoal. After that, combine with the chef’s secret sauce makes the grilled fish even more delicious! Besides, all the grilled fish was content high value of vitamin and nutritional. Boasting a cosy and family-friendly environment, let you enjoy the cuisine with your family and friends in Tong Fu Ju Grilled Fish Restaurant.

50 Boat Quay
Singapore 049839

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11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:00am

11:30am - 02:00am

11:30am - 10:30pm

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Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant along Boat Quay boasts an impressive selection of delicious Sichuan cuisine and seafood. Their signature dish is the most authentic Chong Qing Qian Pin Grilled Fish, which comes in a variety of spicy and non-spicy flavours. Burppler Fann Chong tried their Mala Crayfish ($28.80) that took her back to China!
Photo by Burppler Fann Chong


The hot and spicy flavour is a must try. Super flavourful and the kick from the spice is super satisfying as well.


Though known for their Grilled Fish, Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant 同福聚 serves up a mean bowl of Dan Dan Noodles (担担面). Perfect for the rainy weather, the comforting broth comes in 3 level of spiciness and of course non-spicy (for a wimp like me). A soupier version, theirs come simply with crunchy fried peanuts, leafy greens, chopped scallion and bits of meat. The savoury base can be a little salty or heavy for some but I thought that it was pretty authentic and flavourful. Great to slurp on, the noodles was the highlight as they remained springy even after the long soak in the broth and the layer of oil might look intimidating but it just made it more shiok. More ingredients would have made it a ton better, nonetheless a real decent and satisfying bowl of noodles at $7.80+.

And for something to share, their dumplings/ "Guo Tei" at $12.80 is hearty and great on their own with the crisp addictive base. Though a little gelat, each one just burst in your mouth with the yummy broth.


Choose 2 meat plus 3 veggies. It's filling and value for money!

If you purchase the groupon voucher, it was not a bad place to try. I recommend their sea bass over all other fish.


Takes me back to China 🤤

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