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Found at Aperia Mall on Singapore’s Kallang Avenue, Dragon Bowl is cooking up flavourful Chinese cuisine in a modern atmosphere. Led by master chef Foong in the kitchen, the restaurant is committed to quality cuisine, providing dishes that are free from artificial flavourings, colourings, or additives like MSG. Open every day of the week for lunch and dinner, Kallang’s Dragon Bowl is a reliable choice if you’re looking for home-cooked Cantonese specialities in a comfortable setting.
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Not bad. Nice environment. Friendly service. Food abit pricy though.
Peking Duck on promotion, half price! Food is yummy. Quite a big place, suitable for family gathering.
food a bit pricey, overal not bad, good service as well
Using fresh, organic ingredients, the kitchen team at Singapore’s Dragon Bowl’s Aperia location work hard to ensure the best culinary experience for the restaurant’s eager diners. Situated inside of Aperia Mall on Kallang Avenue, the restaurant is focused on providing Chinese classics in a comfortable, modern environment. Guests can view the chefs in action through a window in the dining area, and are provided tablets instead of menus, a futuristic touch that makes the experience at Dragon Bowl especially fun.
An extensive menu of Far Eastern delights awaits diners at Dragon Bowl at Aperia Mall on Singapore's Kallang Avenue. The soups provide an ideal beginning to a feast at this Kallang Chinese restaurant, with options like Sichuan spicy and sour soup or double boiled fish maw and shark’s bone soup. For indecisive diners, the Chef’s Recommendations are always reliable. Try the pan-fried Kurobuta pork chop with honey sauce, the deep-fried prawn with creamy pumpkin sauce of the stir-fried tenderloin beef cubes with black pepper and red wine. Vegetarian? Go for the fried seasonal vegetables with minced garlic or the braised bean curd. Owing to the restaurant’s popularity, advance reservations are advised!