Chinese Restaurants in Singapore (2020 Update)

This list consists of the best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore. They are listed as follows (order is not sequential based on any form of rankings):

Arcadia Chinese Restaurant

Arcadia Chinese Restaurant founded since 2000. We provide multiple choices of Chinese Food which is favorable by all races. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 251A Arcadia Rd, Singapore 289848
  2. Contact No: 6468 7473

Asia Grand Restaurant

Ma and Master Chef Danny Sin whom are 0riginated from Hong Kong. Food Served From serving a wide variety of mouth-watering Hong Kong Dim Sum for lunch to exquisite ala-carte Cantonese dishes, Roasted dishes and live seafood, you can expect a hearty meal that will tempt your discerning taste. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 331 North Bridge Rd, #01-02, Odeon Towers, 188720
  2. Contact No: 6887 0010

Bam! Restaurant

This tapas-sake bar is exactly what it claims to be – serving creative Spanish tapas made with Japanese techniques and ingredients, to be paired thoughtfully with its staggering repertoire of over 80 labels of sake. The faux industrial décor with bare concrete, exposed conduits and Edison bulbs is on-trend. Though the courses in the omakase menus may differ daily, rest assured only the freshest ingredients in season will make it to your plate. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 38 Tras St, Singapore 078977
  2. Contact No: 6226 0500

Bao Ding

et on South Bridge Road in Chinatown, Zhong Hua Bao Ding is an authentic Chinese restaurant that’s part of a franchise in China. This outlet in Singapore preserves what makes this dining establishment special – the mouthwatering secret sauces, although it is the original sauce that gets people coming back for more. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 16 Mosque St, Singapore 059496
  2. Contact No: 6323 2696

Ban Heng Restaurant

Since 1972, Ban Heng Group of Restaurants has become a veteran of the culinary industry boasting over fifty years of experience in traditional Teochew and Cantonese cuisine. Providing the freshest of premium ingredients in our dishes, they offer an enjoyable experience to all their valued guests. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 22 Boon Keng Rd, #01-21, Singapore 330022
  2. Contact No: 6291 0407

Bee Heong Palace Restaurant

Opened its doors way back in 1981, Bee Heong Palace Restaurant, busting with a familiar Hokkien diner charm, has withstood the test of time and its particularly impressive given Singapore’s ever-changing culinary scene. Sporting reasonably-priced classics and genuine recipes from its early days, Bee Heong Palace prides itself on staying true to its founding principle of preserving the local dialect heritage by letting all the people, no matter the age or income, savour and appreciate the best of the efforts put into every single dish. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 4 Jalan Leban, Sembawang hills Estate, Singapore 577548
  2. Contact No: 6836 5020

Beng Hiang Restaurant

The restaurant is musty and the decor looks like it hasn’t changed in three decades, but that hasn’t stopped hordes of regulars from filling the tables every night. While it might not look it, Beng Hiang only moved to its new premises in Jurong East in 2015 after spending years at a shophouse along Amoy Street. It’s one of only about two or three surviving Hokkien restaurants in town – and, as you’d expect, the food’s authentic, from the braised pig’s trotters with yam to fried mee sua tossed with both fresh and dried prawns. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 135 Jurong Gateway Rd, #02-337, Singapore 600135
  2. Contact No: 6221 6695

Beng Thin Hoon Kee Restaurant

Beng Thin was founded by Mr Lim Yew Hoon, a migrant from China. He first served the Fujian community in Singapore from a shophouse on Hokkien Street. Before long , Beng Thin became a gathering place for Fujian families, friends and business partners. Over the years , other dialect and ethic groups came to know and started appreciating authentic Fujian Cuisine.Singaporeans then began to recognise Beng Thin as the oasis for provincial Fujian cuisine where birthdays, weddings, annniversary, and special occasions of families and business friends are celebrated. Having been part of the Singaporean community for the last 70 years, Beng Thin has seen and served generations of loyal friends and customers. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 65 Chulia St, #05-02 OCBC Centre, Singapore 049513
  2. Contact No: 6533 7708

Birds of a Feather

Western dishes get a Sichuan twist at Birds of a Feather. Inspired by the laid-back teahouses of Chengdu, the café tastefully makes use of lush greenery and eclectic design pieces to create a space you won’t mind unwinding at from morning ’til late. Make the café your new workstation – there’s free WiFi, charging sockets and quiet nooks to churn out that report or have meetings. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 115 Amoy St, #01-01, Singapore 069935
  2. Contact No: 6221 7449

Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House

This waterfront dining spot specialises in modern and traditional Chinese fare. From meats and seafood to live crabs and tapas plates, the resto has it all. Oh, and to make ordering a breeze, all you have to do is zero in on the menu’s signature dishes. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 31 Ocean Way, #01-13, Singapore 098375
  2. Contact No: 6339 0880

Canton Paradise Noodle & Congee House

Canton Paradise spells oriental chic with vibrant and chirpy interiors akin to the bustling activity present in Cantonese eateries. Relish and experience the best of Hong Kong amidst a truly inimitable setting. A show kitchen allows diners take a peek at the chefs’ deftness at carving the roasted meats, a classic Cantonese treat amongst other all-day dim sum delights. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 3 Gateway Dr, #02-13 Westgate, Singapore 608532
  2. Contact No:

Char

Started by two brothers from the UK, Anthony and Alvin strived to change the Cantonese Roast meat scene in Singapore. The brothers drew upon Alvin’s 30 years of cooking in Chinese restaurants in Birmingham, mixing Asian with various Western techniques to offer a totally unique taste to the traditional Char Siew, Roast Pork Belly and Roast Duck. Adding on to the unique dining experience, British ales and ciders have been brought in to compliment the roasts. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 363 Jln Besar, Singapore 208994
  2. Contact No: 6842 7759

Chef Kang’s

Helmed by chef Ang Song Kang, Chef Kang’s is an intimate five-table joint that serves traditional Cantonese fare. Signatures include deep-fried pork belly marinated in shrimp paste, a twist on the local favourite har chong gai as well as steamed empurau, a fresh-water fish known for its clean flavour and exorbitant price. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 25 Mackenzie Rd, Singapore 228681
  2. Contact No: 6238 6263

Cherry Garden

Grace, style and opulence are the hallmarks of this revered Cantonese restaurant within the Mandarin Oriental. A wall of windows lets natural light flood the room at lunch, while at night the well-spaced tables ensure plenty of privacy for intimate dinners. The dishes, from velvety congee to delicious dumplings, are prepared with considerable care. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797
  2. Contact No: 6885 3500

Chinese Classic Restaurant

China Classic Restaurant serves cantonese cuisine, dimsum and roasted meats. Centrally located at Chinatown Point, they have 3 VIP rooms fitted with latest karaoke equipment, making us the ideal location for dinner parties, weddings or gatherings. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 133 New Bridge Rd, #01-41/42, Singapore 059413
  2. Contact No: 6262 1717

Chin Chin Eating House

Chin Chin Eating House occupies a huge space which comprising only the basic but with few Chinese touches on the decor. The menu consists of an mixture of Hainanese, Singaporean and South East Asian influenced dishes. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 19 Purvis St, Singapore 188598
  2. Contact No: 6337 4640

Chopsuey Cafe at Dempsey

Chopsuey Cafe presents an array of Chinese comfort favourites and new interpretations of traditional foods influenced by the Anglo-Chinese experience in the UK, US and Australia. Chopsuey pays homage to these quirky dishes enjoyed abroad by recreating them with premium meats, top quality seafood, and crunchy fresh vegetables. The kitchen brings together colorful produce, bold flavours and traditional taste profiles to create inspired combinations. A wide selection of traditional and creative dim sum is made by hand daily and steamed to order. Decadent desserts and refreshing cocktails get a tropical twist from fresh fruits, herbs and spices found throughout the region. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 10 Dempsey Rd, #01-23, Singapore 247700
  2. Contact No: 6708 9288

Chong Qing Grilled Fish

No.1 Grilled Fish Brand from Singapore. Chong Qing Grilled Fish, the 1st in Singapore to introduce Sichuan authentic charcoal-grilled fish which took center stage when it was first launched in 2010. A renowned brand in Singapore that has many fans raving. Indulge in an unforgettable gastronomic experience with its 7 deliciously bold flavoured Signature Charcoal-Grilled Fish, well-marinated with more than 20 types of herbs and spices, specially sourced to tantalise your palate. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 1 Liang Seah St, #01-05/06, Singapore 189022
  2. Contact No: 6333 9148

Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine

Serving delicious classics that epitomise Teochew cuisine since 2011, Chui Huay Lim is the stage for Teochew cooking at its finest.Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 190 Keng Lee Rd, #01-02 Chui Huay Lim Club, Singapore 308409
  2. Contact No: 6732 3637

Chin Huat Live Seafood

The first of its kind, Chin Huat Live Seafood revolutionised the local seafood restaurant scene by allowing diners to select their catch of choice directly from the tanks. Today, Chin Huat Live Seafood continues his legacy of live seafood at affordable prices, a favourite among celebrities and connoisseurs alike, with a sumptuous menu of unique flavours and cooking styles. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: Blk 105 Clementi Street 12, #01-30, Sunset Way, Singapore 120105
  2. Contact No: 6775 7348

Chin Lee Restaurant

Chin Lee Restaurant, a Teochew restaurant founded in 1973 by founder Eric Chua’s father.
Comfort, scrumptious food, excellent service – these are the traditions of the family owned restaurant; Chin Lee Restaurant over the last 40 years of success. We provide dining on large spacious tables in a friendly air conditioned surrounding indoor and for outdoor, the atmosphere is comfortable with red Chinese lanterns displayed and coolers and fans switched on for diners. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: Bedok North Rd, #01-285 Block 115, Singapore 460115
  2. Contact No: 6449 5454

Crystal Jade Golden Palace

Crystal Jade’s various brands specialise in different cuisines and dishes, but we love the Michelin-starred Golden Palace restaurant for its elegant dining experience. One of the few upscale Chinese restaurants in Singapore to feature Teochew cuisine, this place is perfect for family reunions. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 290 Orchard Road, #05-22, Paragon, Singapore 238859
  2. Contact No: 6734 6866

Crystal Jade Hong Kong Kitchen

Crystal Jade has had a long standing in Singapore and is a one-Michelin star restaurant with several Michelin Bib Gourmand under its belt. There are over 100 stores across 25 major cities and Singapore hosts more than 10 outlets of Crystal Jade subsidiary branches alone. Crystal Jade seeks to widen the influence of Chinese cuisine and ensure the Chinese culture is preserved. The menu is inspired by the essence of Chinese cuisine while incorporating contemporary gastronomy in novel and fresh ways. Crystal Jade’s wholesome and hearty dishes allows diners through the generations to bond over food. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 4 Tampines Central 5, #B1-11 Tampines Mall, Singapore 529510
  2. Contact No: 6788 0633

Dian Xiao Er

Dian Xiao Er originates from the traditional way of calling waiter “Xiao Er” in a teahouse, who is the brainchild of combining herbs with roast duck meat. It symbolizes a pit-stop for travellers (customers) to rest and replenish their energy fully before setting off to continue their hectic journeys again. The ambience at Dian Xiao Er is thus intentionally planned to be rustic and raw, providing a unique inn-dining experience with the careful selection of materials. This complements the freshness of our Signature Herbal Roast Ducks, prepared and roasted in the display kitchen daily. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 83 Punggol Central, #01-30, Singapore 828761
  2. Contact No: 6385 8513

Din Tai Fung

With over 23 outlets locally, Din Tai Fung has firmly planted itself as a household name in Singapore’s food landscape. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 3 Temasek Blvd, #02 – 302 / 303 / 304, Singapore 038983
  2. Contact No: 6338 2422

Dong Fang Hong Restaurant

Dong Fang Hong Korean Chinese Restaurant offers the best Korean and Chinese cuisines in Singapore, serving a tantalizing collection of dishes that are suitable for group gatherings and casual dining. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 92 Telok Ayer Street #01-01, Far East Square, 048472
  2. Contact No: 6327 9036

Dong Bei Ren Jia

Dong Bei Ren Jia offers some of the best Chinese cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for family and friends. From Spicy Salted Prawns to Spinach with Garlic Sauce its extensive menu is reflective of the restaurant’s efforts to cater to every palate. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 22 Upper Cross St, Singapore 058334
  2. Contact No: 6224 5258

East Ocean Teochew Restaurant

A go-to for Teochew families since 1992, this eminent Chinese restaurant in Singapore draws huge crowds during weekends. It’s known for authentic dishes like roasted pork belly, Teochew cold crab, steamed bamboo clam and claypot seafood with vermicelli. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 391 Orchard Road, #05-08/09, Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872
  2. Contact No: 6235 9088

East Treasure Chinese Restaurant

東寶之東方明珠 East Treasure Chinese Restaurant at Clarke Quay is another value for money concept by ASTONS that serves an extensive menu of delectable, exquisite and affordable Chinese cuisine created by their Master Chef. Pairing up the freshest ingredients with modest cooking styles that incredibly bring out the natural flavours of ingredients, their dishes are never too heavy on the palate and offer a very distinctive experience for the most discerning diners. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 3B River Valley Road, #01-16, Clarke Quay, Blk B, 179021
  2. Contact No: 6252 4645

Empress

Empress proves that works of art at museums are just as likely to appear on your plate. This smart casual dining establishment offers beautifully plated, classic Chinese cuisine. Highlights include its signature roast platter, king prawns served two ways, XO chilli Hokkaido scallops and kung pao crispy sesame chicken. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 1 Empress Place, #01-03, Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore 17955
  2. Contact No: 6776 0777

Famous Treasure Chinese Restaurant

Launched in July 2018, Famous Treasure presents a modern dining experience that is packed with nostalgic and bold flavours representative of Singapore’s fascinatingly diverse gastronomy. Enjoy generous Chinese plates with an extensive range of rare and boutique wines and whiskeys to complement the experience. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 13 Stamford Rd, #02-28 Capitol Piazza, Singapore 178905
  2. Contact No: 6881 6668

Fifth Season Tangra Chinese Restaurant

Welcome to Fifth Season where you’ll discover a unique Asian dining experience. The story of their cuisine dates back over a century ago – when the Chinese migrated to Bengal, followed by the Tibetans. A new multicultural taste was born with a variety of dishes ranging from the sweet and sour to the fiery Szechuan. Today, they offer this century old cuisine to the modern day multicultural society of Singapore. They invite you to experience this fusion of Chinese and Tibetan tastes. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 28 Race Course Rd, Singapore 218550
  2. Contact No: 6293 4842

Five Star Hainanese

With savoury rice and sauces made in-house from fresh ingredients, enjoy our honest, hearty, and wholesome offering perfected over many decades. Those decades started long before Five Star was a restaurant. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 419 River Valley Rd, Singapore 248318
  2. Contact No: 6235 6760

Fragrant Garden

The Fragrant Garden Teochew story began in Geylang Serai village in the 1950s. Since then, our restaurant has withstood the test of times and gained popularity over years through our commitment to the best quality of ingredients and authenticity in our cooking method. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 756 Upper Serangoon Rd, #01-15/16, Singapore 534626
  2. Contact No: 6289 7301

Forest

In this rainforest-themed restaurant, chef Sam Leong, a household name in Singapore, crafts a mod-Chinese menu with unique signatures such as Tiger Prawn Rice Vermicelli with Chinese Wine in Superior Chicken Broth and Pan-seared Lemongrass Chicken Roll stuffed with Glutinous Rice. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 16 Sentosa Gateway Equarius Hotel Lobby, #01-521 & 522, Singapore 098133
  2. Contact No: 6577 7788

Fu Lin Men Cantonese Dining

Located near the iconic East Coast Park, Fu Lin Men (Chinese Swimming Club) boasts a swanky interior, lots of natural light (when you dine during the day-time), and a lively atmosphere! Here at Fu Lin Men, we serve Hong Kong Dim Sum, Roast Specialities, Hong Kong style noodles and Cantonese wok-fried dishes. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 21 Amber Rd, Level 3 Chinese Swimming Club, Singapore 439870
  2. Contact No: 6282 0810

Fu Lin Men Chinese Restaurant

Fu Lin Men Chinese Restaurant strive to be the “Best Chinese Restaurant in Singapore”. Fu Lin Men (Singapore Recreation Club) sets in elegant gold interior and contemporary setting; overlooking lush greenery of the Singapore Padang. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: Connaught Dr, Level 2, B, Singapore Recreation Club, Singapore 179682
  2. Contact No: 6338 9595

Full Of Luck Restaurant

Full of Luck Restaurant is a casual dining concept serving signature classic Cantonese cuisine in a vibrant and contemporary setting. We aspire to deliver the luxuries of fine dining through affordably priced dishes with high quality ingredients. Be prepared to indulge in heart-warming food that nourishes and comforts your soul. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 243 Holland Ave, Singapore 278977
  2. Contact No: 6208 6845

Goldenbeach Seafood Paradise

Goldenbeach Seafood Paradise was established in June 2010. They were located in a quiet corner of a Golf Club.10 years down the line, Goldenbeach Seafood Paradise have established ourselves as a Niche Market for good food boasting a long list of Loyal and Regular customer coming from all over Singapore. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 907 East Coast Road #01-01, Springvale, Singapore 459107
  2. Contact No: 9783 7720

Gao Peng Cuisine

Gao Peng Cuisine is a prestigious restaurant by Gao Ji Food that aspires to provide a holistic dining experience with hand-crafted quality dim sum that are freshly made daily and a range of delectable home-style dishes in a casual environment. Customers can also indulge in an array of signature culinary creations ranging from seafood, meat, vegetables to specially curated desserts that will whet their appetite. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 1 Pasir Ris Central Street 3, #02-12/13/14 White Sands Shopping Center, Singapore 518457
  2. Contact No: 6385 4901

Golden Peony

There’s a sophisticated and elegant feel to this spacious and comfortable Chinese restaurant on the 3rd floor of the Conrad Centennial hotel. Like the decoration, the Cantonese cuisine adds contemporary touches to a classic base. The best known signature dishes of the longstanding chef include crispy roast pork belly, and claypot rice with Chinese sausage, liver sausage, and wax duck. Dim sum is also popular here. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 2 Temasek Blvd, Level 3 Conrad Centennial Hotel, Singapore 038983
  2. Contact No: 6432 7482

Goldleaf Restaurant

First Taiwanese-Chinese Restaurant serving heart-warming dishes since 1971 Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 88 E Coast Rd, #01-05/06/07 Katong Square, Singapore 423371
  2. Contact No: 6346 1088

Grand Shanghai Restaurant

The menu offers an extensive list of traditional Chinese delicacies presented in creative ways. Take, for instance, the Light and Shadow Duck – thin slices of crispy duck and deep-fried lotus root hang from a tree made from sugar. Another standout is the codfish soup served in individual portions with egg white and carrot puree for a touch of sweetness. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 390 Havelock Road Level 1 King’s centre, 169662
  2. Contact No: 6836 6866

Hai Tien Lo

Hai Tien Lo serve their dishes in classic and cantonese setting. Work your way through appetisers like pan-fried foie gras and crispy suckling pig, followed by Beijing duck with black caviar, fresh seafood dishes and delish meats. When it comes to dim sum, the resto does it the best way with a brunch buffet that can be paired with unlimited champagne and wine. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595
  2. Contact No: 6826 8240

Hand In Hand Beijing Restaurant

At the beginning of the opening of Jinghua Restaurant, it mainly deals in northern snacks and traditional noodles. It is famous for its dumplings, pot sticks and various hand-made ramen noodles. It should also start to operate spicy pots and traditional Sichuan dishes in response to the needs of nearby diners Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 143 Jln Besar, Singapore 208859
  2. Contact No: 6297 1398

Hillman 99 Restaurant

Hillman Restaurant was founded in 1963 by their founder, Mr. Wong Ling Onn and co-founder Madam Chan Ah Chee at Blk 1, Cantonment Road. Located at one of the earliest HDB project in Singapore; the restaurant was popular with office crowd from Port of Singapore Authority, Shenton Way and doctors and nurses from Singapore General Hospital. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 99 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118517
  2. Contact No: 6474 6835

Hong Kong Kitchen

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Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 24 Clementi Rd, Singapore 129753
  2. Contact No: 6779 7889

Honolulu Cafe

Founded in 1940s, by the late Mr Yeung Jin Hei, Hong Kong’s treasured cafe, Honolulu Café also fondly known by locals as ‘Cha Chaan Teng’ (Tea Restaurant). Honolulu Café began its establishment from selling traditional coffee, tea and baked goods for nearly 80 years. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: #01-33 F, Orchard Rd, G 176, Singapore 238843
  2. Contact No: 6734 6609

Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert

Using quality ingredients, Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert offers a tempting array of authentic Hong Kong style noodles such as Wanton Noodles and Zha Jiang Hor Fun. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 1 Woodlands Square, #B1-24 Causeway Point, Singapore 738099
  2. Contact No: 6892 9795

Hua Ting Restaurant

The cooking at Orchard Hotel’s Cantonese restaurant comes with a contemporary flourish, as seen in signature dishes like sautéed prawns with avocado and salted egg yolk; stewed oxtail with garlic in brown sauce; and crispy roast duck. If you’ve come for dim sum, do try the steamed bean curd with assorted vegetables. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: Orchard Hotel Singapore, Level 2, 442 Orchard Rd, 238879
  2. Contact No: 6739 6666

Hua Yu Wee

If you are looking for an eatery that serves up some nostalgia, you can go to a kitschy retro-themed cafe or a touristy over-sanitized heritage restaurant or you can go to Hua Yu Wee – an unpretentious restaurant that has real old-school atmosphere and where the food will conjure up memories of the good old days. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 462 Upper East Coast Rd, Singapore 466508
  2. Contact No: 6442 9313

Hutong Northern Chinese Cuisine

Hutong restaurant seeks to retain the distinctive character and charm of such unique, diminished features in old Beijing. The 110-seat restaurant is flawlessly decorated with bold red lanterns and Chinese silk drapes that claim all attention. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 3D River Valley Rd, #01-07 Block D, Singapore 179023
  2. Contact No: 6336 0212

Lao Beijing

Lao Beijing opened its doors in 1996 serving authentic Northern Chinese cuisine. It is one of the first restaurants in Singapore to introduce the ‘Xiao Long Bao’, and popularise the ‘Guo Tie’ and ‘Jiao Zi. Since then, diners who appreciate good quality Northern Chinese food have recognised Lao Beijing as the place to come to for affordable, good-value, quality traditional dishes such as ‘Zhajiang’ Noodle, Beijing-style Crispy Skin Roast Duck, Fried Shredded Pork and Leek, and Flash Fried Mutton. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 238 Thomson Rd, #02-11/12, Singapore 307683
  2. Contact No: 6358 4466

Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck

With their vast array of iconic Chinese delicacies and our commitment to impeccable service, Imperial Treasure has become synonymous with authentic fine Chinese cuisine. Since the establishment of our first restaurant in 2004, Imperial Treasure Restaurant Group has won the hearts of gourmands and casual diners alike. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 290 Orchard Rd, #05-42/45, Paragon, Singapore 238859
  2. Contact No: 6732 7838

Jade

One of the loveliest-looking Chinese restaurants in Singapore, Jade is a beautifully modern space decked out in sleek pastels, warm hues and stylish motif prints. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
  2. Contact No: 6877 8188

Joyden Canton Kitchen

Reflecting the tradition and diversity of the Guangdong Province, Joyden Canton Kitchen brings together a delightful and vibrant menu featuring the famed local flavours and dishes of popular cities and townships from within the bustling Canton region. Featuring mouth-watering claypot specialties, sizzling stir-fries bursting with ‘wok-hei’ and nourishing double-boiled soup, Joyden Canton Kitchen selects the freshest in-season ingredients to create wholesome and delectable favourites loved by all. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 4 Hillview Rise, #02-21 HillV2, Singapore 667979
  2. Contact No: 6465 9988

Jia He Chinese Restaurant

While each dish at Jia He is created with “harmony” in mind, Jia He also strives to serve a wholesome gastronomic experience through a balanced menu. From time-honoured Chinese delicacies to bold, contemporary and multi-sensorial creations, our menu embraces the best of both worlds. One that is of tradition and another of modernity. Together, our founders invite you to delight in the Jia He experience – one that is marked by culinary mastery and artistry, exemplary service, and a reasonably priced menu both families and business associates will enjoy. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 1 Farrer Park Station Rd, #01-14/15/16 One Farrer Hotel Connexion, Singapore 217562
  2. Contact No: 6694 8988

Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant

Jia Wei, quality cuisine inspired by home recipes and the use of local ingredients. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 50 East Coast Road, Roxy Square, Singapore 428769
  2. Contact No: 6340 5678

Jiang-Nan Chun

For a Michelin-starred Cantonese dining experience, this is it. Traditional meets modern at the distinguished Jiang-Nan Chun, which is perfect for anything from business lunches to family gatherings. The service is impeccable, giving you everything you need to enjoy favourites like pork ribs soup and a beautiful selection of handcrafted dim sum. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646
  2. Contact No: 6831 7220

Jing Long Seafood Restaurant

Jing Long Seafood Restaurant started off as a humble zichar stall at a coffee shop in Bedok in
Today, they are able to accommodate 15 tables in the air- conditioned dining area and more than 20 tables at our non-air-conditioned dining area, making the restaurant more conducive for both family meals and corporate events. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 412 Bedok North Avenue 2, #01-152, Singapore 460412
  2. Contact No: 6442 9398

Kai Duck

Brought to you by the same people behind Kai Garden, Kai Duck is a more casual and affordable eatery on the fifth floor of Ngee Ann City. The bright and welcoming space shines the spotlight on Hong Kong roast meats – Cantonese-style Peking duck in specific. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #05-10/11 Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872
  2. Contact No: 6235 5419

Kai Garden

Garoupa in lobster soup, sweet and sour pork ‘on the rocks’ and wok-fried liver fish in hot stone are just some of the unconventional creations cooked up by chef Fung Chi Keung. After decades in the culinary scene, he moved on from Paradise Group to start his own Chinese restaurant. Kai Garden is a concept that marries tradition with risk-taking which, in our opinion, has paid off extremely well. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-128A/B, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
  2. Contact No: 6250 4826

Kia Hiang

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  1. Address: 10 Anson Rd, #02-29 International Plaza, Singapore 079903
  2. Contact No: 6220 7169

Kok Sen Restaurant

Now into its third generation, the Wong family has been serving cze char classics like seafood, eggplant, tofu in claypot and curry fish tail at various locations for nearly 50 years. Call to pre-order special dishes available only from April to September, like braised pork belly with salted mustard greens or duck smoked with camphorwood and tea leaves. Expect to find a queue any time of day. Reservations are accepted for tables of six or more. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 30 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089137
  2. Contact No: 6223 2005

Lai Wah Restaurant

Since 1963, Lai Wah Restaurant was the world’s first restaurant to bring you famous dishes such as Chinese New Year Yu-Sheng (鱼生), Yam Pot with Shredded Meat (佛钵飘香), Mandarin Stewed Chicken ( 京都镡子鸡), and many more including Chilli Crabs. Chillis crabs were invented by Palm Beach, but the Four Heavenly Kings (of whom Two Kings were at Lai Wah Restaurant) modified the sauce into the version that Singaporeans love, with chilli sambal, tomato sauce, stock, a hint of vinegar, eggs, onions and spring onions. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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Lee Kwang Kee Teochew Cuisine

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Lei Garden Restaurant

This long-standing restaurant serves sophisticated Cantonese seafood dishes, nourishing double-boiled tonic soups and smoky, tender barbecued meats. Its signatures include crispy roasted pork, baked chicken with sea salt, and preserved meat rice cooked in claypot. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: #01-24, Chijmes, 30 Victoria Street, Singapore 187996
  2. Contact No: 6339 3822

Li Bai

Embark on a gastronomic experience right within the hotel with award-winning restaurants and a lounge bar to delight and excite your discerning palate. Named after the famous Tang Dynasty poet, Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant is synonymous with the finest in Cantonese cuisine, fit for the emperor. The Dining Room guarantees diners a multi-sensory experience with sumptuous buffet selections ranging from the Asian exotic to western delights and local favourites. Adjacent to it is the Lobby Bar, a cozy spot for a cuppa or catch up with friends amidst live piano music. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 39 Scotts Rd, Sheraton Towers Singapore, Singapore 228230
  2. Contact No: 6839 5623

Liang Kee Teochew Restaurant

One of the best Teochew cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for casual dining and group gatherings. It presents a variety of egg, beancurd, meat, fish, poultry, seafood, vegetables, and more. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 556 MacPherson Rd, Singapore 368231
  2. Contact No: 6278 7026

LingZhi

Chinese Vegetarian Gourmet Cuisine at LingZhi – Innovative and quality dishes which have kept many coming back for more since 1991. So whether you follow a strict vegetarian lifestyle or are someone who’s looking for healthier, tastier options, the following pages welcomes you to the exciting culinary world of LingZhi Vegetarian. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 541 Orchard Rd, #05-01 Liat Towers, Singapore 238881
  2. Contact No: 6734 3788

Long Ji Zi Char

The star dish of Long Ji is unquestionably the Crab Bee Hoon. Its appeal is partly the robustly appealing gravy, cooked with crabs, cabbage and oyster sauce with a peppery aroma. Plus point, no MSG or chicken powder are used in the stock. If you like your Crab Bee Hoon semi-wet (okay, more wet than dry), this is for you. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 253 Outram Rd, Singapore 169049
  2. Contact No: 9790 5682

Lokkee

Lokkee by the TungLok Group gives a playful spin to classic Chinese dishes that will please both traditional and contemporary diners. You won’t find regular Chinese creations here, only classics with a tinge of Western influence. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 68 Orchard Road, #03-01, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
  2. Contact No: 6884 4566

Majestic Bay

Award-winning Chef Yong Bing Ngen combines new innovations and classic favourites at the Majestic Group’s first seafood themed restaurant. Offering the freshest sea treasures from around the world and a luxurious view of the Marina Bay waterfront, Majestic Bay is the perfect locale for seafood indulgences with family, friends and corporate partners. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
  2. Contact No: 6604 6604

Majestic Restaurant

Opened in January 2006, Majestic Restaurant continues to be a stylish destination for modern Cantonese dining. If you’re in the mood for dim sum, swing by for lunch. Alternatively, enjoy plates of wasabi prawns, stewed lobster noodles and Peking duck from the kitchen. Then, end off with desserts such as black glutinous rice mango pudding and double-boiled fresh almond puree. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 5 Straits View, #04-01, Marina One, The Heart (East Tower), Singapore 018935
  2. Contact No: 6250 1988

Madame Fan

Housed in The NCO Club, Madame Fan is a sexy new concept by Alan Yau, the restaurateur behind the Wagamama brand in the UK. The menu features progressive Chinese dishes including its five house specialities: double boiled four treasure soup, drunken crab rice noodle, steamed soon hock, hand-cut Taiwan noodles and lobster wonton noodles. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 32 Beach Rd, The NCO Club, Singapore 189764
  2. Contact No: 6818 1921

Man Fu Yuan Restaurant

A comfortable space, friendly service and a fairly priced menu combine to make this restaurant a good choice. Despite a new head chef at the helm since 2019, the menu hasn’t changed much – Cantonese barbecued meats, live seafood and an array of dim sum at lunch. Diners’ favourites such as double-boiled black chicken soup with fish maw and conch, as well as tea-smoked duck are still offered. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: InterContinental Singapore, 80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966
  2. Contact No: 6825 2062

Mitzo

Forget about traditional Chinese plates. Mitzo takes a contemporary approach to crafting Cantonese cuisine. Most of the innovative dishes are great for communal dining, so you can round up the fam. Signatures include braised sea cucumber with shrimp-stuffed lobster claw, sophisticated dim sum platters, barbecued pork and deep-fried Chilean sea bass. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 270 Orchard Road, Level 4, Grand Park Orchard, Singapore 238857
  2. Contact No: 6603 8855

Min Jiang at Dempsey

Take a trip to the quiet tranquillity of Dempsey with Min Jiang. Situated amidst lush foliage, the refined restaurant is beautiful in its gold, yellow and green glamour complemented by minimalistic lines, marbled surfaces and chinoiserie charm. Its chefs specialise in Sichuan and Cantonese cuisines, with signatures like wood-fired Beijing duck and a superb range of dim sum. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 7A & 7B Dempsey Road, Singapore 249684
  2. Contact No: 6774 0122

Ming Chung Restaurant Singapore

Established in 1933, Ming Chung Restaurant is one of Singapore’s oldest Henghua restaurants. The restaurant was started by the late Ho Ah Tong, a migrant from Putien in Fujian province, China. At that time, Ming Chung Restaurant was on Weld Road, opposite the present “Thieves Market” in the Sungei Road area. Catering to the Henghua immigrants’ cravings for home-style Henghua food, the restaurant became a meeting place of sorts for the local Henghua and Hokkien communities. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 67 Maude Rd, Singapore 208348
  2. Contact No: 6296 3428

Mouth Restaurant

Voted top Chinese Restaurant in 2018 serving dim sum, legendary Liu Sha Bun, Peking Duck, Roast Goose & Chilli Crab. Freshly handmade dim sum is served daily for lunch. High tea dim sum is served during weekends & public holidays. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 38 Maxwell Rd, #01-01/02, Air View Building, Singapore 069116
  2. Contact No: 6534 4233

Mui Kee Congee

Behind every bowl of Mui Kee congee lies a heritage as rich as its flavour. Its humble origins date back to 1979 where founder Mak Mui opened Mui Kee in a small corner stall in Mong Kok, Hong Kong. Today, Mui Kee Congee is helmed by her grandson, Ah Tung. Using recipes and cooking techniques which have been passed down through three generations, every scoop of silky smooth congee is filled with old school ingenuity. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 1 Scotts Rd, #01 – 12, Singapore 228208
  2. Contact No: 6737 2422

Nic & Tom Eatery

Nic & Tom Eatery is founded by two young and ambitious second-generation of the famous Bai Nian Niang Dou Foo. Bringing to you an F&B concept restaurant that serve up mouthwatering Chinese and Western dishes that both Nicholas and Tommy love growing up. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 55 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555951
  2. Contact No: 6789 9696

Oriental Chinese Restaurant

As a brand launched in 2005, Oriental Chinese Restaurant has always dedicated to achieving the perfect blend of authentic North-East Chinese cuisines for over 15 years Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 195 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059425
  2. Contact No: 8811 2000

Peach Blossoms

Established in 1987, this traditional Chinese restaurant serves up a wide selection of traditional Cantonese fare with a modern twist. Chef Chan Shun Wong, who hails from Hong Kong, delivers signature dishes such as double-boiled almond soup with fish maw, stir-fried wagyu beef with longan and deep fried prawn with cheese. There’s also a mouthwatering range of dim sum like steamed crystal dumpling with dried shrimp paste and steamed pork bun wiht pine seed if you’re visiting during lunch time. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard Level 5 at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Marina Square, 039594
  2. Contact No: 6845 1118

Peony Jade Restaurant

With a menu of roasted meats and handcrafted dim sum, it’s no surprise that this restaurant caught the attention of Michelin’s Bib Gourmand guide. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 10 Bukit Chermin Rd, M Level, Singapore 109918
  2. Contact No: 6276 9138

Plum Village

Be transported back in time when you step into Plum Village, a small Hakka restaurant that’s been around for more than 30 years. Chinese lanterns hang from the walls and you’ll even find a modest library at the back. The food hasn’t changed since the restaurant opened, you’ll find classic Hakka dishes like fried yam balls and stuffed beancurd. But the star dish here is definitely the salted vegetable with pork that’s been stewed for hours ’til perfectly tender. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 16 Jln Leban, Singapore 577554
  2. Contact No: 6458 9005

Po

If mod-Sin is your thing, this one’s for you. Po is one sleek space with a menu that gives Singaporean favourites and Chinese classics a luxe twist. Take Po’s signature popiah, for example. Its filling is stewed and caramelised over four hours, and served with plump prawns or hand-picked flower crab. The super popular paper spring chicken takes 45 minutes to prep, so our hot tip is to pre-order this sharing fave. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 320 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169628
  2. Contact No: 6828 0007

Putien

From humble roots as a coffee shop, Putien has come a long way with its numerous outlets in Singapore and beyond. Specialising in cuisine from Fujian, China, the Chinese restaurant focuses on flavourful food made with fresh ingredients. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 23 Serangoon Central, #02-18/19 NEX, Singapore 556083
  2. Contact No: 6634 7833

Red Star Restaurant

Redstar is absolutely worth it. It’s one of the few dim sum spots in town with the authentic pushcart experience and, to match, decor plucked straight out of the ’60s. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 54 Chin Swee Rd, #07-23, Singapore 160054
  2. Contact No: 6532 5266

Restaurant Ibid

Restaurant Ibid is the creation of lawyer-turned-chef and MasterChef Asia winner Woo Wai Leong. Serving contemporary Chinese cuisine, the kitchen team draws inspiration from it’s combined skillsets across various cultures and cuisines to create menus that altogether are modern with sensibilities to ingredients, flavours and techniques rooted in Asian and particularly Chinese cuisine. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 18 N Canal Rd, Singapore 048830
  2. Contact No: 9151 8698

Seletar Hill Restaurant

Seletar Hill Restaurant is a leading Chinese Cuisine Restaurant located in Seletar Hills Estate, but the Chinese name “yu-xiang-ting lau mei wei’ literally translates to “fish fragrant pavilion of old good taste’, is inspired by one of the 7 most significant styles of Szechuan cooking, namely ‘yu-xiang’ (鱼香). Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 16 Jln Selaseh, Singapore 808440
  2. Contact No: 6483 0348

Shang Palace

This comfortable and graceful Cantonese restaurant within the Shangri-La hotel is designed to give the impression that you’re ‘dining in a Chinese garden’. Cantonese cuisine is the mainstay of the menu but there are also Shanghainese influences. Chef Mok, who joined the kitchen crew in 2017, reinvented the menu by adding some innovative twists. However, the traditional dishes are just as good. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350
  2. Contact No: 6213 4473

Shang Social

This three-in-one concept pays tribute to three distinctive Chinese cuisines: Cantonese, Huaiyang and Sichuan. Get your dim sum and congee fix at the MRKT before sojourning to the BAR for cocktails or its housemade sparkling red tea alongside Chinese tapas. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 78 Airport Blvd, #01-219 to 222, Singapore 819666
  2. Contact No: 6346 0260

Shisen Hanten

A Sichuan restaurant with Japanese origins? Who else is intrigued! Conceptualised by a Sichuan chef who settled down in Yokohama, the Singapore branch is spearheaded by his son, chef Chen Kentaro. And it’s even scored two Michelin stars under its belt. Aside from exquisite dim sum bites like steamed dumplings and custard buns, Shisen Hanten’s menu also flaunts Chinese classics such as barbecued suckling pig, Peking duck, marble goby and Buddha Jumps Over The Wall. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 333 Orchard Rd, Level 35, Orchard Wing Mandarin Orchard Singapore, Singapore 238867
  2. Contact No: 6831 6262

Shu Yan Sichuan Cuisine

Shu Yan is a well-known Sichuan chinese restaurant, established in Chengdu in December 2004. Mainly specialize in Sichuan cuisine. It is based on Sichuan cuisine, creating a whole new level of contemporary Sichuan Fusion Cuisine. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 207 River Valley Rd, #01-51/54, Singapore 238275
  2. Contact No: 6732 1898

Sichuan Restaurant

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  1. Address: 199 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059427
  2. Contact No: 6225 2578

Si Chuan Dou Hua

Dine on authentic Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine in elegant surroundings at Si Chuan Dou Hua. It has locations at Parkroyal hotels, but the one in Raffles Place is something special. Think panoramic views of the city from up high – you’ll want to snag a table here for spectacular sights. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 7500 Beach Rd, PARKROYAL on, Singapore 199591
  2. Contact No: 6505 5722

Si Wei Mao Cai

Be warned: dine at Si Wei Mao Cai only if you can take the heat. The dishes here are not kidding when it comes to spice – they’ll leave you dripping in sweat and with a numb tongue. The most fiery of the lot is the Si Wei Langzi catfish that’s served swimming in chilli oil and Sichuan peppercorns. For something milder, order the duck stewed with potatoes that have been braised in a slightly spicy brown sauce. If you’re feeling especially brave, try the si wei chilli frog, or frog’s legs stir-fried with both fresh and dried chillies for an intense kick. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 33 Mosque St, Singapore 059511
  2. Contact No: 6223 1170

Silk @ SICC

Silk is an elegant Chinese restaurant located at the new Island Clubhouse. It specialises in contemporary Chinese delicacies and dim sum. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 180 Island Club Rd, Singapore 578772
  2. Contact No: 6431 8426

Song Garden Chinese Restaurant

Discover modern Cantonese cuisine in a Chinese restaurant like no other. Located where Bugis Street meets Bras-Basah in one of Singapore’s more authentic areas, Song Garden gives you an unforgettable taste of the city’s culinary excellence. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 122 Middle Rd, Level 2 Mercure Singapore Bugis, Singapore 188973
  2. Contact No: 6521 9299

Soup Restaurant

Serving Authentic Singapore Chinatown Cuisine Since 1991. At the Soup Restaurant, the Unique Chinatown Heritage Cuisine has been preserved for your palate. Special dishes like Samsui Ginger Chicken, other steamed dishes and herbal soups are prepared in the traditional way. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 1 Sengkang Square, #03-12, Singapore 545078
  2. Contact No: 6385 2272

Spring Court

Third-generation owner Mike Ho runs this Chinese restuarant today, which has endured the passing of its original home in Great World Amusement Park and several subsequent relocations. Since 2005, Spring Court can be found along Upper Cross Street, in a four-storey shophouse that seats 650. There are even VIP rooms equipped with karaoke machines so you can belt out ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ while tucking into the Singaporean-Chinese dishes Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 52-56 Upper Cross St, Singapore 058348
  2. Contact No: 6449 5030

Summer Pavilion

Helmed by chef Cheung Siu Kong, who has honing his craft in the same kitchen since 2003, Summer Pavilion is the only Chinese hotel restaurant to receive a star in the Michelin Guide Singapore 2016. And for good reason. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 7 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039799
  2. Contact No: 6434 5286

SUM YI TAI

Conceptualised to pay tribute to the decadent glamour of 1980s Hong Kong, Sum Yi Tai (meaning “Third Wife” in Cantonese) propels traditional Chinese cuisine into the realm of designer bars. Here, dragons clank glasses while dining on dimsum and classic Cantonese dishes in an oriental setting, complemented with Canto-pop tunes reminiscent of Hong Kong in the 80s. Offering 3 concepts over 3 storeys in a conservation shophouse, the ambience is surreal & suitably clandestine, ensuring that all who enter have a blazing good time.
Sum Yi Tai is created, owned & managed by Coterie Dining Concepts, an F&B concept design & management house determined to reset expectations on how to enjoy good ol’ Chinese food. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 25 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069622
  2. Contact No: 6221 3665

Swatow Seafood

Nested in a tranquil land of South China, away from the city’s hustle and bustle, Swatow is a prosperous and thriving city with its unique cultural background. The colorful and exciting way of life consists of opera, music, gongfu tea and certainly, food. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 02-602 Lor 4 Toa Payoh, Blk 181, Singapore 310181
  2. Contact No: 6363 1717

Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant

Don’t be surprised to find a queue well into the early hours for a seat at Swee Choon Tim Sum. The 50-year-old establishment that’s a hit with a younger, post-clubbing and night owl set occupies five ground-floor shophouses to keep up with the demand for their signature mee-suan kueh, Portuguese egg tarts and custard-rich liu sha bao. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 183/185/187/189, Jln Besar, 191/193, Singapore 208882
  2. Contact No: 6225 7788

TAN YU – 探鱼

TANYU specialises in grilled fish in over 70 major cities in China with more than 180 outlets. TANYU opened its first overseas flagship store in Singapore on 08 Dec 2017. In order to cater to the diverse tastes of local Singaporeans, TANYU makes use of a variety of cooking methods and offers 12 kinds of flavors for its grilled fish, such as sweet and savory spicy, salted, roasted, etc. Click here to visit website and find out more.

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  1. Address: 313 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238895
  2. Contact No: 6509 8887

Taste Paradise

Listed as one of Singapore’s Top 10 Chinese Restaurants, award-winning Taste Paradise prides itself as a strong upstart in Chinese fine dining. Dubbed ‘Chinese cuisine with a difference’, Taste Paradise offers an elaborate menu of fine Cantonese and contemporary Chinese cuisine with an impressive array of the finest and most innovative dim sum and roast fare. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 2 Orchard Turn, #04-07, ION Orchard, Singapore 238801
  2. Contact No: 6509 9660

Teochew City

Drop by Teochew City for authentic Teochew dishes. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 540 MacPherson Rd, Singapore 368223
  2. Contact No: 6744 5009

Teochew Cuisine Restaurant

Their chef are specially selected from Teochew of China, under the guidance of Master Xu YongQiang. One of the 8th renowned chef of China. Starting from our popular Teochew-style steamed fish, Teochew Cold Crab and Braised Duck, with the addition of Imperial Pot, Taiji Mould . Not forgetting to end with strong Tieguanyin Chinese tea to help digestion. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: Bukit Batok West Ave 6, #01-300 Block 132, Singapore 650132
  2. Contact No: 6560 0050

The Clifford Pier

On weekends, The Clifford Pier serves brunch with a heritage twist. Savour exquisite dim sum classics alongside distinctively local flavours, freshly prepared for maximum flavour and delivered straight to the table. To revive the charm of the pier when it was a bustling hawker centre at night, “live” hawker stations will line the restaurant, with our chefs dishing local favourites such as Satay, Popiah, Laksa and Chicken Rice. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
  2. Contact No: 6597 5266

The Dim Sum Place

The Dim Sum Place is one of the few Halal-certified dim sum joints in town and probably one of the rare spots you can enjoy a Halal Xiao long bao. This makes the place a perfect communal dining spot if you’re dining out with a diverse group of friends. Like its namesake, you can find a wide range of dim sum and Cantonese cuisine on the menu, alongside some Malay local favourites like beef rendang and Indonesian curry. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 791 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198759
  2. Contact No: 6655 8787

The Dragon Chamber

Hidden behind the fridge door of an unassuming local cafe, The Dragon Chamber is an immersive, one-of-a-kind hidden restaurant, reminiscent of old-time Chinatown gambling dens and secret society hangouts. They serve guerrilla-style food that brings back age-old unconventional Chinese dishes. Our motive is clear: to push the diner’s comfort zone with adventurous yet delicious food for a truly unforgettable dining experience. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 2 Circular Rd, Singapore 049358
  2. Contact No: 6805 8181

The Famous Kitchen

Formerly Changi Teochew Kitchen, this spot was renamed and moved to the existing location in 2009. Though officially a Cantonese restaurant, you can find Teochew, Sichuan, Thai and Singaporean food on the menu. Specialities include lobster braised bee hoon, and steamed fish with preserved vegetables. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 54 Sembawang Road Hong Heng Mansions, 779085
  2. Contact No: 6257 1843

Tim Ho Wan

In the restaurant world, there is no higher recognition than the Michelin star. Chefs strive for their entire lifetime pursuing this ultimate acclaim. Only the very best restaurants, replicating their dishes consistently year after year, achieve this Olympian feat. It is with much honour that Tim Ho Wan’s top Hong Kong dim sum sits among the ranks as one of them. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 01-29A/52, Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Rd, 238839
  2. Contact No: 6251 2000

Tóng Lè Private Dining

In Tóng Lè’s main dining area, echoes of elegance surround the restaurant. Diners are offered a panoramic view of the stunning Marina Bay waterfront. As the only revolving restaurant in Singapore, diners can enjoy a panoramic tour of the Marina Bay area while savouring the unparalleled cuisine that is uniquely Tóng Lè. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 60 Collyer Quay, Tower, Level 8 & 10, OUE Singapore 049322
  2. Contact No: 6634 3233

Treasures Noodle & Congee House

The unassuming appearance of the humble noodle belies the expertise required to perfect this staple of Chinese cuisine. Be it the classic you mian, traditional hand-pulled la mian or fried hor fun, there’s nothing like the simple sustenance of a plate of noodles. At Treasures Noodle & Congee House, we serve your favourite types of noodles with generous helpings of beef brisket, pork, or even wanton prawn dumplings for a fulfilling meal. An assortment of authentic Dim Sum is available daily as well. These refined small bites are exquisitely crafted by our Hong Kong chefs that never fail to deliver consistent and great quality.’ Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
  2. Contact No: 6509 8283

Treasures Yi Dian Xin

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Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 252 North Bridge Rd, #B1-37, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
  2. Contact No: 6262 1662

TSUI WAH – The Heeren

Tsui Wah at The Heeren is a two-storey 192-seater establishment which features a quick service concept on Level 1 and a contemporary-styled restaurant on Level 2. Launched exclusively at Tsui Wah The Heeren is the Tsui Wah Bottled Milk Tea. Freshly brewed daily and served chilled, customers can choose to grab-and-go at Level 1 or enjoy it cold from an iced bucket at Level 2 Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 260 Orchard Road #02-02 The Heeren, 238855
  2. Contact No: 6366 9270

TungLok Seafood

Offering you the freshest catch to welcome seafood lovers from all parts of Singapore, TungLok Seafood specialises in the best of Singapore-style seafood prepared with the quality and standards synonymous with the TungLok brand. Perennial favourites are the Black Pepper Crab, voted the best in town, and Chilli Crab that uniquely combines orange juice and tomato sauce to create a finger-licking good gravy, perfect for slurping up with man tou. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 181 Orchard Rd, Orchard Central, #11-05, 238896
  2. Contact No: 6834 4888

Two Chefs Eating Place

Two Chefs once described themselves as “high class dishes at zi char prices”, and people really go there for their famous Butter Pork Ribs. When you are there, make sure to try Two Chefs Eating Place for affordable wide selection of zi char dishes. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 116 Commonwealth Cres, #01-129, Singapore 140116
  2. Contact No: 6472 5361

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant checks all the boxes for one of the finest dining destinations that every gourmand should make multiple trips to. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238865
  2. Contact No: 6831 4605

Wan He Lou

Nestled in the heart of Singapore’s Jalan Besar Heritage Trail is a gem of culinary ingenuity. Wan He Lou multi-award winning Signature Lobster Porridge and Crispy Lotus with Salted Eggs are favourites among locals and our foreign friends. Call us and make your reservations now. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 65 Maude Rd, Singapore 208347
  2. Contact No: 6294 8057

Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant

Since 1988, this top-notch Chinese restaurant in Singapore has been serving up modern Cantonese cuisine in its stylish space. Pop by for lunch and enjoy dim sum classics such as baked barbecue pork buns, deep-fried century egg wrapped with minced shrimps, and lobster mee sua. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 76 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189558
  2. Contact No: 6311 8188

West Co’z Cafe

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Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 154 W Coast Rd #02-23 West Coast Plaza, 127371
  2. Contact No: 6779 1303

Westlake

Established by the late Chinese High school physical education teacher since 1974, Westlake restaurant has been around for more than 40 years. Apart from Hokkien, Cantonese and Sze Chuan cuisines, the restaurant also serves various seafood, Beijing dim sum and local snacks. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 4 Queen’s Rd, #02-139, Singapore 260004
  2. Contact No: 6474 7283

Xiao Yu Cun Seafood Restaurant

A Chinese Seafood Restaurant serving dishes full of bold and exciting flavours including Singapore’s only traditional Chinese-style Firewood Chicken. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 201 Upper Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 534876
  2. Contact No: 6282 2500

Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant

Established since 12 July 1990, the award-winning Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant brings you the finest Cantonese delicacies and intricate dim sums crafted by our team of Master Chefs. Loved by locals and guests alike, its signature Homestyle Roast Duck with Tea Leaves and Poached Rice with Seafood in Superior Broth served with Crispy Rice are not to be missed. Seven intimate private dining rooms are also available for business or social gatherings. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 317 Outram Rd, Holiday Inn Atrium, Singapore 169075
  2. Contact No: 3138 2531

Xi Yan

Xi Yan Maxwell, which will be its new name, is ready for dining and offers a fresh new dining experience with 3 exciting social spaces: Private Dining, General Dining and Bar. The Maxwell Chambers Suites is a conserved heritage building, and a charming and relaxed environment awaits to captivate you. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 1 Scotts Rd, #03 – 12 / 13, Singapore 228208
  2. Contact No: 6733 3476

Yan

Yan boasts an authentic menu, a sleek space and a prime rooftop location that attracts both locals and visitors. Its National Gallery locale is the perfect spot for Cantonese fine dining in Singapore. We’ll never stop gushing over its Peking roast duck, suckling pig, steamed black cod fillet with truffle oil, lobster porridge with clams, and steamed Sri Lankan crab with rice wine. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 1 Saint Andrew’s Road #05-02 National Gallery, Singapore 178957
  2. Contact No: 6384 5585

Yan’s Dining Fine Shanghai Cuisine

Yan’s Dining Fine Shanghai Cuisine is located on the fourth floor of Mandarin Gallery, featuring elegant restaurant decoration and classy dining environment. Yan’s array of exquisite Shanghai cuisines include Classic Jar-braised Pork, Yellow Croaker Fish Soup, Malan Head, Shanghai Drunken Chicken and many more. At Yan’s Dining, we promise you an experience JiangNan’s four seasons in Singapore. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 333A Orchard Rd, #04-22 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238867
  2. Contact No: 6836 1188

Yan Ting

The gorgeous and luxurious Yan Ting is where we go for excellent weekend dim sum brunches filled with Cantonese creations and champagne. This classy stalwart plates up mainstays of Chinese cuisine like drunken chicken, Peking duck, crispy sesame chicken and nourishing soups. It also gets top marks for presentation and service! Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 29 Tanglin Road, Level 1U, The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore 247911
  2. Contact No: 6506 6887

Yellow Pot

Chinese restaurants are a dime a dozen in Singapore but we’ve yet to come across one like Yellow Pot. Treading a fine line between modernity and tradition, the restaurant dishes out familiar favourites like hot and sour soup and roast duck with a twist. Yellow Pot prides itself in creating its sauces from scratch in house. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 88 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089540
  2. Contact No: 6914 1420

Yi by Jereme Leung

Live it up in style at this plush fine dining restaurant that takes you on a culinary journey through China’s diverse provinces using seasonal ingredients. Start off with a glass of wine or champagne while you nibble on Sichuan spiced crispy fish skin at the cosy cocktail bar. Then, luxuriate in intricate, tasteful dishes by the masterchef. Innovative creations include hundred-ring cucumber and poached sea whelk with soy sauce vinaigrette and satay-spiced ice cream with peanut dust, fruits and nuts. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 1 Beach Rd, Singapore 189673
  2. Contact No: 6337 1886

Yong He Eating House

Geylang often gets dissed as a seedy red-light district, but many people forget that it’s actually a fascinating neighbourhood full of cheap, good food. Drop by Yong He to try its specialities: beancurd, and you tiao (deep-fried dough) with floss – the latter can be eaten plain, dipped in soybean milk or vinegar (don’t knock it before you try it). Since it’s open 24 hours, it’s a popular supper place for both people-watching and straight-up feasting. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 458 Geylang Road, Lor 24A Geylang, 389417
  2. Contact No: 6745 5682

Yu Cun Curry Fish Head

Yu Can serves one of the best Curry Fish Head Restaurants in Singapore, with a unique design and uses only premium and fresh fish daily. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 147 Upper Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 534849
  2. Contact No: 6286 0491

Yun Nans

As the first overseas outpost of Yun Hai Yao, the largest Yunnan restaurant chain in the world, this casual eatery prides itself on the use of fresh ingredients from the highlands of Yunnan province. Specialities you have to try include the famous steamed pot chicken soup, braised wild porcini mushrooms, and charcoal grilled meats and seafood. Click here to visit website and find out more.

Business Contact Details:

  1. Address: 78 Airport Blvd, #02 – 217, Jewel Changi Airport Mall, Singapore 819666
  2. Contact No: 6908 3677