From casual eateries to elegant dining destinations, we’ve got Singapore’s top Chinese restaurants all in one place.
Singapore has an incredible international food scene, with restaurants offering Japanese Thai Peranakan and more. But we’ve got a helluva soft spot for Chinese cuisine (mmm, dim sum ). There’s just something comforting about sharing a communal feast with your gang of family or friends around the lazy Susan. Hungry already? Thought so. Here are our top picks for Chinese restaurants in Singapore…
7 Wonders Seafood
7 Wonders Seafood has been featured in Lianhe Zaobao and Sethlui, and although they are located in a coffeeshop, do not mistaken them for just another Zichar store. Check out their 2 for $50 Crab promotions, Curry Fishhead and their newest Scallion Flying Fish will definitely ensure you fly back soon to satisfy your cravings!
The Ritz-Carlton’s one Michelin-starred Summer Pavilion is a stunning place to enjoy contemporary Cantonese and Chinese cuisine. The lunch set menus see highlights like double boiled chicken soup, dim sum and abalone fried rice, while dinner standouts include barbecued Iberico pork, double boiled sea whelk soup and poached fish noodle taking the table. Plus, check out the tea selection for artisanal sips to end your meal. For special occasions, a dim sum and champagne pairing menu is available too!
Within the luxurious Vagabond Club, the award-winning Chinese restaurant Yellow Pot from Duxton Road opens its second restaurant with amazing dishes to offer. For starters, it serves up clean eats that are delicious without any additives or artificial flavourings. Vegetable dishes are no pushover here, with tasty plates like sweet and sour eggplant with an addictive housemade sauce, or the refreshing cold starter of organic vine-ripened tomatoes. Don’t miss the crowd favourite roast duck either! Sink your teeth into the tender duck meat with a satisfying crunch from the crispy skin. Tip: Pair your food with whiskey from The Whiskey Library for the best experience! Jacques Garcia red interiors reminiscent of Hotel Costes in Paris with accents from Anouska Hempel’s eclectic yellow Chinese fans from Duxton function as screens together creating a curated upscale aesthetic.