Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road has reopened with its first grand makeover since its establishment in 2011. Well-loved for classic Cantonese and Sichuan specialities expertly created by Executive Cantonese Master Chef Leung Wing Chung – who boasts over 40 years of experience in Chinese cuisine – and his accomplished team, this stalwart establishment is undoubtedly the hidden gem that sparkles in Singapore’s heritage Little India enclave.
Guests will be delighted with a memorable selection of new Cantonese-style creations that are hallmarks of culinary tradition, requiring considerable skill, creativity and experience to execute. These are available alongside comforting Sichuan favourites for a truly outstanding dining experience enhanced by warm and knowledgeable service, and the familiar presence of a Tea Master who skillfully pours tea through a long-spout pot.
The Cantonese and Sichuan journey begins at the eye-catching entrance where one isimmediately drawn to the traditional Chinese ‘Shan Shui’ (landscape) painting within a fullmoon that depicts mountains, a flock of birds and a passing boat. This tranquil scene is framed by timbre panels cleverly placed to resemble the gradient of mountains. The moon also symbolises reunion, abundance and harmony. Most significantly, this restaurant is where loved ones can partake in a cosy gathering over an excellent meal. Dark wood furniture is complemented by splashes of bold colour on the walls, and vermillion ‘brushstrokes’ on the carpet.
Si Chuan Dou Hua's new a la carte creations showcase Master Chef Leung’s impeccable culinary skills that range from knife work to wok handling, ensuring that every meal is a treat for the eyes and the palate.
- Exotic Garden with Black Truffle in Osmanthus Sauce
- Duet of Traditional Crispy Chicken stuffed with Glutinous Rice, Goose Liver and Waxed Meat
- Steamed Eel with Pumpkin in Homemade Soya Bean Crumb with Dried Scallop, Sakura Shrimps and Prawn Roe Sauce
Experience the award-winning taste of Mott 32, as the lauded restaurant presents its authentic Chinese cuisine in Singapore for the first time. The name “Mott 32” pays homage to 32 Mott Street in New York, where the city’s first Chinese convenience store opened in 1851. The store served as the nucleus for what is now a vibrant Chinatown in one of the most dynamic cities in the world.
Their chefs utilise the latest in modern and innovative cooking techniques from around the world to bring the best out of time-honoured recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. Their signature dishes include the Apple-Wood Roasted Peking Duck, Barbecue Pluma Iberico Pork Glazed with Yellow Mountain Honey, Iberico Pork with Soft Quail Egg and Black Truffle Siu Mai, and Crispy Triple Cooked Wagyu Beef Short Rib.
The provenance of each ingredient is of paramount importance to them. Ethical sourcing by using organic and sustainable ingredients wherever possible, while also working closely with farms, ensures the uncompromising quality of the food presented.
To complement the dishes, their original mixology programme is inspired by Chinese culture and the flavors of Asia. It is this particular level of modernity, combined with a respect for tradition, that makes Mott 32 so spectacularly unique.
Beyond the food, a cohesive story of East meets West is told through the blend of industrial New York design and classical Chinese décor of every Mott 32 location. At Mott 32 Singapore, elements reminiscent of the Hong Kong flagship store are interwoven with Singapore's rich foliage and flora – a celebration of the shared history and connection between the two Asian metropolises.
Read more about what to expect from Mott 32 Singapore here.
The name of the upcoming restaurant in Marina Bay Sands, “Mott 32” pays homage to 32 Mott Street in New York, where the city’s first Chinese convenience store opened in 1851. The store served as the nucleus for what is now a vibrant Chinatown in one of the most dynamic cities in the world. Their contemporary Chinese restaurant located in the heart of the city at Asia’s leading integrated resort is a celebration of Hong Kong culture and culinary tradition.
Mott 32 boasts 149 seats and is expected to open in end 2019.
The provenance of their ingredients is of paramount importance to them as they embrace unique flavours discovered globally. They practise ethical sourcing by using organic and sustainable ingredients wherever possible, while also working closely with farms to ensure the uncompromising quality of the food their culinary team presents.
They chefs utilise the latest in modern and innovative cooking techniques from around the world to create their dishes, which are principally Cantonese with some Beijing and Szechuan influences in their signature dishes. Their food aims to bring the best out of time-honoured recipes passed down from generation to generation; it is this particular level of modernity, combined with a respect for tradition, that makes Mott 32 so spectacularly unique.
Ho Fook Hei at Great World City is Joyden Concepts' newest restaurant. Ho Fook Hei’s cooked-to-perfection Specialty Rose Wine Soy Sauce Chicken is prepared the traditional Cantonese way, using a time-honoured recipe passed down through the years.
The Cantonese have a saying that “a meal is not complete without having chicken”. The chicken symbolises not only prosperity, but also good fortune (“ho fook hei” in Cantonese), and is a must-have especially during festive occasions and celebrations. “Soy Sauce Chicken” was said to have been created over a hundred years ago in Guangdong Province, when a master chef from out of town sought to spice up the way the Cantonese traditionally poached chicken at a famous local restaurant, substituting bland water with a fragrant soy sauce based braising liquid, resulting in a flavourful dish that has become synonymous with Cantonese cuisine.
Ho Fook Hei’s Specialty Rose Wine Soy Sauce Chicken is prepared the traditional Cantonese way, using a time-honoured recipe passed down through the years. Poached in an aromatic braising liquid of superior soy sauce and a secret blend of Chinese herbs and spices resulting in a chicken that is flavourful to the bone with a hint of their signature rose wine fragrance.
Crystal Jade Kitchen at Holland Village is back and in full force after a spectacular two-month renovation.
To celebrate the re-opening of this fan-favourite outlet, they’ve prepared an exclusive ‘Signature 10’ dishes plus NEW dishes for their diners. The menu has been updated by group executive chef Martin Foo.
Nourish your soul with the heart-warming flavours of Crystal Jade Kitchen. All your Cantonese favorites lovingly prepared by their stellar team of chefs. Signature dim sums, classic congee, roasted delicacies and sizzling wok specialities will transport you to the flavours of home. Relax and reconnect with family and friends in the vibrantly modern ambience, inspired by traditional kitchen.... the heart of every Chinese home.
There’s something about Hong Kong. Like its famous TV dramas, it keeps you in anticipation, wanting to know what the next moment brings. It is the unique Hong Kong charisma that Canton Paradise captures so beautifully – taking diners back in time to the sixties in the former British colony in a modern adaptation. Now also available at The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands.
Canton Paradise spells oriental chic with vibrant chirpy interiors akin to the bustling activity present in Cantonese eateries. A show kitchen lets diners take a peek at the chefs’ deftness at carving the roasted meats, a classic Cantonese treat amongst other all-day dim sum delights. In addition, Canton Paradise offers other traditional favourites like wanton noodles, congee, rice dishes and roast meat – an amazing assortment bound to please!
Relish the finest Cantonese fare, soak up the bustling atmosphere and pursue the love affair with the best of Hong Kong at Canton Paradise.
The newly reopened Jade restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel unveils a refocused culinary direction and reviatalised interior, for new levels of excellenece in Chinese dining within a National Monument.
With two private dining rooms and two partitioned areas, the 120-seat restaurant of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore offers Cantonese fine dining sublime dim sum creations, fragrant soups, and signature favourites prepared by its team of master chefs.
Known for his culinary excellence and artistry, Chef de Cuisine Leong Chee Yeng delights diners with his repertoire of signature dishes including Golden Fried ‘Man Tou’ stuffed with Chilli Crab Meat, Steamed Chilean Sea Bass with Minced Ginger and Fermented Black Bean, Simmered Egg Noodles with Boston Lobster in Spring Onion and Ginger and Shaved Coffee-Flavoured Coconut Ice with Caramel Jelly and Honey Avocado Purée.
Experience a new twist to timeless Chinese classic cuisines at Song Garden located at Mercure Singapore Bugis.
Executive Chef Wong Shea Nung who has more than 40 years of experience, leads the team. And for the dim sum section, you might want to know that Chef Leung Chi Man cares for it and formerly from the renowned East Ocean Restaurant, with 30 years of experience.
On the menu; Lobster with pumpkin purée, Sautéed asparagus with wild mushrooms in white truffle oil, Mentaiko cod fillet and more.
Hong Kong's Michelin-starred Kam's Roast will open at Pacific Plaza on Nov 19 at 1pm, even if its without their signature goose on the menu.
This is the brand's first overseas outlet. In Hong Kong, Kam's Roast Goose earned its Michelin star within four months of opening in 2014. It was started by Mr Hardy Kam, a grandson of the late Mr Kam Shui Fai, who founded the Hong Kong roast goose institution Yung Kee in 1942. In replacement of their signature Roast Goose which they are unable to serve in Singapore at current, they will have succulent Roast Duck instead.
Huang Ting embraces the philosophy of preparing extraordinary dishes from the bottom of their hearts and sharing this joy with loved ones.
You can indulge in the authentic Cantonese cuisine with a contemporary spin at Huang Ting. Elevate your gastronomical experience with the exciting menu that presents a fresh and energetic twist. Refresh yourself with assortment of cocktails and mocktails unique to Huang Ting, shaken and stirred by their very own mixologist extraordinaire.
At the helm of their kitchen is Chef Johnny Choi, meticulously serving customers with his 16 years of distinguished and illustrious culinary experience, gained from many renowned restaurants including Orchard Hotel’s celebrated Cantonese restaurant, Hua Ting. Chef Johnny and his team of highly accomplished chefs will constantly innovate and create a scrumptious experience for everyone's timeless dining pleasure.
The “Treasures Yi Dian Xin” chain will showcase a fresh new face of Imperial Treasure. Taste and quality is of paramount importance but is only regarded as one aspect of the entire Imperial Treasure dining experience.
Like patrons of the Group’s existing full-service restaurants, “Treasures Yi Dian Xin” customers will be able to sit back and relax in the restaurant chain’s trendy interiors as they are attended to by highly trained staff members, attuned to their every need.
With a menu offering everything from the best of local specialties to contemporary asian interpretations at affordable prices! Savour the best of Cantonese cuisine, roasted delicacies, wok-fried specialties and more. Have your taste buds titillate with delight where the choices will be aplenty!
With East-West renditions of the popular Chinese pulled pork bun, there are five different types of bao on the Cantonese-inspired restaurant’s menu: salted egg yolk with prawn, braised pork, smoked duck, kung pao fried chicken and white pepper minced pork patty.
Paradise Teochew, under homegrown F&B conglomerate, Paradise Group, will open its first downtown restaurant at Scotts Square.
With the aim to uphold the culture and essence of authentic Teochew cuisine, Paradise Teochew will serve up a robust menu of seafood, poultry and meat dishes that is sure to please the most discerning diners and Teochew cuisine aficionados alike. The restaurant will also serve up dim sum favourites to please the most discerning diners.
Starting in Jan 2014, Char strives to change the Cantonese Roast meat scene in Singapore and beyond. Using a special blend of Asian and Western techniques, herbs and spices, they offer a totally unique taste to traditional Char Siew, Roast Pork Belly and Roast Duck.
After 2 years at Guillemard Road, Char has moved to its new location located at 363 Jalan Besar, a four storey conservation building. Occupying the 1st and 2nd floors of this historic building, they incorporated heritage and modern design to ensure a more comfortable dining experience for all their customers.
The ground floor is more family orientated, with a combination of round and square tables for more communal dining, whereas the 2nd floor incorporates a full bar for those that want a more relaxed vibe.
A range of craft beers from England and beyond (available on draft) perfectly compliments the passionate way they cook their food.
Master Chef Chan Kung Lai brings more than 20 years of culinary experience to his present designation as Master Chef of Yàn. Born and raised in Hong Kong, the cradle and epitome of haute Cantonese cuisine, he believes that a good balance of wok hei – the unique fresh-out-of-the-wok flavour – is the soul of a dish, as well as the key to differentiation between good and exceptional Cantonese food.
With a mind of a true culinary artist, Master Chef Chan reveals that cooking is best compared with creating an art piece. Inspiration, time and all of one’s senses are required in order to visualise creations and to keep up with diners’ evolving expectations for exceptional food.
Kai Garden’s owner and executive chef, Fung Chi Keung, puts his own unique twists on traditional Cantonese favourites without compromising on the flavour of each dish. Be delighted and surprised by the presentation of the dishes as you savour the goodness of the food.
A Hong Kong-style restaurant, serving roast duck like the ones made famous by restaurants such as Four Seasons and Gold Mine in Bayswater, London. Using the best Irish Duck famous for it's quality, they call “Wagyu of Ducks”. Enhanced with their Hong Kong Chef’s secret duck roasting technique and heritage recipe.
London Fat Duck also features Dim Sum, Hong Kong style Wanton Noodles, Lobster Noodles and many other Hong Kong comfort foods.
9Goubuli, a celebrated dining establishment in China, is opening its very first international outlet at Marina Bay Sands.
Steeped in history, with the original recipes dating back to 1858, Goubuli gained global fame over time for its baozi – the delicate handmade steamed buns with a soupy filling using half leavened dough and bursting with flavours from the North of China.
Goubuli in Tianjin already has a steady fan-base and is a must amongst visitors to the city, including global dignitaries and leading entertainment personalities.
Enjoy a comprehensive menu serving up hand-crafted buns, dumplings by the team of Baozi Masters and traditional soup, handpulled noodles, Cantonese roast and seafood dishes prepared by seasoned Chefs.
You will also be impressed with staples such as the Steam Xiao Long Bao, Pan-Fried Buns with Pork Stuffing, Onion Pancake and Shanghainese Wonton in Red Oil Vinegar.
The 3,811 square feet restaurant is designed to cater for family dinners, corporate functions or a quiet meal for a small group. The three private dining rooms are perfect for a celebration during the festive seasons or special occasions. The culinary team is also open to customizing menus to suit different palates. 9Goubuli’s warm ambience is completed with dark wooden motif wood paneling, oriental furniture, marble-top tables and beautiful table-setting.
Led by award winning Chef Fung Chi Keung, the team of culinary masters at Xin Yue wows the modern discerning gourmands with an elaborate menu of classic and creative interpretation of heritage Cantonese recipes.
Much to your delight, the menu at Xin Yue offers a line-up of delectable dim sums, sumptuous roasting fares and well-loved celebrated Cantonese dishes. Be surprised by their occasional seasonal menu which uses the freshest catch and ingredients if you prefer something off the main menu.
Indulge in the pursuit of an exquisite Cantonese fare while you experience impeccable guest services in a modern elegant interior.
Mitzo breaks the mould of Chinese dining by combining a contemporary take on Cantonese cuisine with an artisanal cocktail programme. Ideally located on the main artery of Orchard Road, Mitzo is the next destination hotspot.
Situated on the fourth floor, Mitzo is surrounded by full length windows that lets in plenty of natural light, resulting in an atmosphere that is at once inviting and vibrant, while the experience remains intimate and casual.
When night falls, like a true chameleon, Mitzo takes on the persona of a modern supper club, blurring the lines between restaurant, cocktail bar and club.