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Xiao Ya Tou

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Standing out amongst the bustling nightlife of Duxton Hill, Xiao Ya Tou is a restaurant bar serving up modern Asian cuisine with a naughty touch. The fun begins right at the doorsteps - walk through an array of lanterns and be greeted by the sights and sounds of Asian influences.

6 Duxton Hill
Singapore 089592

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10:30am - 12:00am

10:30am - 05:00pm

10:30am - 11:00pm

10:30am - 11:00pm

10:30am - 11:00pm

10:30am - 11:00pm

10:30am - 12:00am

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The star of the show for me👏🏼👏🏼. Wet Runny Eggy and chock a block full of fresh seafood .. tart big prawns, scallops, sqiud and just enough pork lard to flavour it. And it didn’t have to rely on much garlic to bring out its true flavoursome self.. just the way I like Hokkien mee💕
If you’re the dry type this ones not for you but if like me your Hokkien mee runs like soggy heaven.. come join the party!

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Different take on kueh pie tee.. no bangkuang here. Lobster and lumpfish roe mayonnaised with a base of starfruit occupies a fried wanton skin shaped to masquerade as a pie tee.
It was delicious and worth it.. 4 disguised pietees at $15 the only downside being served cold.
Good as a starter to share


So good!
Law of diminishing returns set in subsequently with the so-so Ngoh Hiang ($16) & the loosely tugged Duck Spring Rolls ($15)
Black Truffles (rather mild) Fried Rice ($26) was ok and Chilli Crab ($28) with mantou was not worth the value
We went for the signature dessert- Coconut Tau Huay ($9) but sadly the combi didn’t gel with our tastebuds
Ice Cendol ($10) failed to wow us with its super coarse crushed ice. But I kinda like the just right sweetness of gula melaka while enjoying my favorite green cendol strands


Not really worth the price that we paid for. I Guess this place is more for expats looking for Asian food?


Tasted like lu rou fan but ingredients were not a lot compared to the price paid

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