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Southern Asia comes together in Singapore, and whether your tastes are for Chinese cuisine, Japanese sushi, Korean BBQ, Vietnamese noodle soups, Indian curries, Thai delicacies or the local Nyonya Peranakan specialities, you can always find something to suit your palate in the city state. You can even go one further: in the heart of the Chinatown, close to Telok Ayer Market and Raffles Place, you can find them all at Ding Dong, where pan-Asian fusion cuisine is the order of the day. That takes the form of fresh seafood and meat dishes, vegetarian options and a huge cocktail menu to keep the whole party happy: so book a table today and head on down to Amoy Street and Ding Dong.
For parties of 7 and more, please contact Ding Dong directly.
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Nice place to hang out with a small group of friends. Great location
A fun little spot with a small menu and generally on the higher end of the price sprectrum
food and cocktails were great! the ambience was great too but the place doesn't seat a lot of people.
The realm of Asian cuisine is a large one, and it takes a very confident person to try and take them all on. At Ding Dong on Amoy Street in the centre of Chinatown, they have such a figure in the form of Jet Lo – no relation to the high-kicking hero Jet Li, though they are both Singapore citizens – who has crafted a menu that encapsulates all the many flavours of Asia, from Indian and Thai curries to Vietnamese and Chinese-style noodles dishes, as well as plenty of fresh fish and seafood to boot. Let us talk you through a few of the specialities that you can find on the menu at Ding Dong in Chinatown.
Start your meal on Amoy Street in a suitably Chinatown manner, with a few small plates of Cantonese classics: Ding Dong blue lobster bao with hoisin sauce is a local favourite. Follow it up with a larger dish of Thai-style Tom Kha crispy quail, Japanese Wagyu char siew, Malaysian beef cheek rendang, cooked for 48 hours straight, or even the snapper sagg aloo with garam masala. Reserve yourself a table at Ding Dong, take a trip on the MRT to Chinatown, Raffles Place or Downtown stations and get ready for a superb Asian meal in Singapore.