By opening its third location on Maju Avenue in Serangoon Gardens, Chong Qing Grilled fish is only cementing its spot among the finest chinese restaurants in Singapore. Bringing the age-old traditional cuisine of Sichuan to Singapore, it is not only their imperial hotpot grilled fish staple that is causing a buzz. You can create your very own spicy hotpot here and whatever you go for, you are guaranteed only the freshest ingredients and a strict standard of preparation. With two other locations in Bugis and Chinatown, you are never too far from a rich culinary treat that you won’t forget. Book Your table now!
Good food and great ambience! Ideal place to hang out with friends. Advised to make reservation as it was already filling up at 7pm even on a weekday.
Fish is very fresh. My friends enjoyed it very much! The spicy level for low spicy is just nice for us and we will try medium level next time.
Warm service and quality food. This is the regular spot where my dad and I have our dinners to catch up. I will definitely return for more!
Great service and food was excellent. Will definitely reccommend to friends and family. Price was also affordable. Great service and food was excellent. Will definitely reccommend to friends and family. Price was also affordable.
My favourite restaurant for delicious Sichuan dishes such as the spicy succulent chicken and the addictive crunchy vegetables 👍 The grilled fish is very fresh and tender, piping hot to the last mouthful!
Chong Qing Grilled Fish certainly lives up the their name. The numbing spiciness of the broth triggers the saliva glands to keep going. Quality of food never drops. 辣子鸡 is a must-have!
Good food, good service. A wide variety of dishes to choose from and so full of Flavours. Will definitely go back again for more and recommend to friends and family.
Great food! The dishes were really tasty and nice. The price was affordable too. I would definitely visit again for another time! The ambience was good too
Awesome food! Good service and spacious environment! Alot of choices on the menu and also have outside dining which is good for chilling and gather with friends!
Mala is a tad salty however retains siquan chilli taste and it's not as powering as from chingching....where there's thick oil layer. In summary it's edible enough.