If you’re looking for Chinese food that’s a little bit out of the ordinary, head to Chong Qing Grilled Fish - Mosque Street. Located on Chinatown’s Mosque Street, Chong Qing Grilled Fish brings a different culinary experience to Singapore. The menu is comprised of seven different, deliciously bold-flavoured signature grilled fish options which are well-marinated with more than 20 various types of herbs and spice. Perfect for sharing, and far more enjoyable when eating with friends and family, Chong Qing Grilled Fish - Mosque Street is truly a feast for the senses. So, what are you waiting for? Book a table today!
Great food! A bit noisy but it’s not fine dining. Fried Lala is really good!
Yummy food and friendly service. Visited many times, the classic spicy soup and mushroom soup for grilled fish are my favourite
Food is good. Will be back for more. Service is good as well. Server even suggested getting a buffet as it might be more worth it
Staff was friendly, the 川味麻辣水果鱼 we had was top notch - you could drink the ma-la soup too! Fish is good!
Food variety is good but pricey. Not much ambience. The golden snapper was fresh; it was however not very big considering we ordered the large one (We were told the medium was not available). The ambra was expensive. We ordered 3 cups (lots of ice and not a lot of ambra) and they cost us more than a side dish of chicken! Our order of a fish, a chicken side fish, 3 cups of ambra and a Tsingtao beer cost us almost $120, just slightly less than the price of a dinner buffet. Will probably try another place in the area the next time.
The grilled fish and hot pot intestine were precooked, chilled, then dunk in hot soup or pot to serve. And the hotpot was so salty that I had consumed a weeks work of sodium from one dish. Some service staff are good but some cannot make it.
Overall was good except that there was only 3 types of fish available for the day. Even Patin have to wait for 10 mins according to the staff. But I don’t mind waiting. The staff are very friendly especially the old Aunty.
As the name suggests, people come here to eat grilled fish, especially in mala style. I believe this is one of the original Chinese grilled fish restaurants that was set up in Singapore because it has been here at Mosque St for a very long time before other players came in.
The ala carte dishes are all very nice especially the dry fried String Beans and Chinese Spinach with century eggs. Can try the buffet on lunch hour as the price is cheaper and you can try more dishes.
Food is delicious, the staffs are really friendly and helpful. We had the buffet set x 6, it was so worth it and the portions were huge. We were so full!