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1 Scotts Road
#03-12/13 Shaw Centre
Singapore 228208

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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One of my fav casual restos, with unusual dishes rarely found in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, pregnant woman fried rice, deep fried pork belly strips, cold jellyfish, etc) are delish. Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah! Fortunately, the foot odour from the reflexology place across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the aromatic smell of the yummy dishes. The food at Xi Yan is as good as the food in Xi’an.

One of my fav casual restos, with unusual dishes rarely found in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, pregnant woman fried rice, deep fried pork belly strips, cold jellyfish, etc) are delish. Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah! Fortunately, the foot odour from the reflexology place across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the aromatic smell of the yummy dishes. The food at Xi Yan is as good as the food in Xi’an.

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One of my fav casual restos, with unusual dishes rarely found in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, pregnant woman fried rice, deep fried pork belly strips, cold jellyfish, etc) are delish. Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah! Fortunately, the foot odour from the reflexology place across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the aromatic smell of the yummy dishes. The food at Xi Yan is as good as the food in Xi’an.

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One of my fav casual restos - unusual dishes rarely found elsewhere in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, deep fried pork belly strips, tofu with cai po, radish cake, pregnant woman fried rice, etc). Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah!! Fortunately, the feet odour from the reflexology parkour across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the delicious smell of the yummy food.

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One of my fav casual restos - unusual dishes rarely found elsewhere in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, deep fried pork belly strips, tofu with cai po, radish cake, pregnant woman fried rice, etc). Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah!! Fortunately, the feet odour from the reflexology parkour across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the delicious smell of the yummy food.

Some will never understand the literal translation of the name of this dish, but I will infer that it’s figurative to suggest the dish is “saliva dripping good”! Xi Yan’s version is confusing because it’s combining 2 Sichuan classic appetizers 口水鸡(Sichuan chilled chicken) and 青椒皮蛋 (Century eggs with diced capsicum). It does not have the typical chilli oil but vinegary with chopped cilantro and peanuts. The interesting combo to enjoy both appetizers in one order!

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