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!
Excellence service even they are short of staffs food is nice and serve wf hot ! Price a bit ex, maybe can consider give some discount
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.
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!
Very nice service staff and nice environment for family dinner
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!
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.
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!
The fish as fresh and nice. The spicy crispy chicken was very spicy and goes well with beer. Service was good. There was a complimentary Yu Sheng for spending more than $108.
Prompt serivce. Food served very fast. Fish is fresh and tastedvery good. Will challenge their Signature Ma La Fish next time! Overall is worth the price.
Reasonably priced good mala food. Doesn't serve water for free, which should be expected when paying ~$20 pax Always good and tasty food! Just as good as the original at Bugis