Le Fuse Singapore is a Muslim-owned Chinese eatery serving up some of the very best Sichuan cuisine in Serangoon. From its central location on Lim Tua Tow Road, Le Fuse offers a whole host of signature dishes which are sure to tickle your fancy. Perhaps you’re in the mood for some spicy hot pot in the form of Mala Xiang Guo, authentic dry beef noodles or seafood fried rice bursting with freshly-caught mussels, prawns and fish. No matter your craving, the incredible food on offer at Le Fuse will be sure to tick all the right boxes.
So, what can you expect when dining out at Le Fuse Singapore? Well, you can expect a fun, vibrant and buzzing atmosphere where the staff are super friendly and the Chinese and Sichuan food is absolutely amazing. Perched right along Lim Tua Tow Road in Serangoon, Le Fuse does Chinese food just the way we like it – bursting with fresh ingredients and flavours, with more spice than you can shake a stick at. The menu has everything you could ever want – we’re talking noodles, dim sum, hot and cold small plates, hotpots, stir fries and everything else in between.
If you’re heading to lunch or dinner at Le Fuse Singapore, allow us to suggest some of our favourite dishes. Depending on who you’re dining with, it might suit to order up a whole host of starters to share. How about some mala tofu skin; golden fried wontons; salt and pepper calamari and prawns with green tea leaves? Then, for the main event at this popular Serangoon spot, we simply love the sweet potato noodles with beef; salted egg smoked duck laksa and the pari pari rice set with stingray and kailan. Le Fuse Singapore really ain’t messing around so reserve your spot today!
Nice food for those who craved halal Sichuan mala dishes. Understand more new dishes on the card soon and your choice of spiciness level. Ample car park lots.
Very nice Mala and Sichuan food! My third time eating at the restaurant and always never disappoint. They also had good kuehs that night - kueh lapis had just the right consistency and Bandung sago was not too sweet.
The server is absolutely nice as she went through the menu with me and even share with me the kind of spices/peppers that they used!
Food was authentic & delicious! Service was excellent! The portion was just nice for a family of 5. Be sure to make reservations to ensure you get a table as it was full on a Wednesday night. Thank you for an awesome 1st time trying out the Mala dishes!
I made a reservation for a group of 11 despite never being to Le Fuse prior, and I was really hoping the good reviews online would do justice to the food. I wasn't disappointed. Each dish has a unique flavour even though you might think they all sound the same. For example, the cafe is Sichuan-themed. But rather than having a blanket "spicy" taste to all the dishes, each actually had a different level and dimension of heat and flavour. My family especially loved the salted egg calamari, which was juicy, not chewy (major plus points), and full of the creamy salted egg flavour! We also enjoyed the short ribs, where the flavours are deeply infused in the meat, and also the mala tang. The prices are really reasonable for a cafe standard. My only (half-hearted) complaint is that I wish the portions were bigger. If you're going in a big group, the small portions would mean that you may have to order multiples of the same dish - especially the delish ones like the calamari! Also do note the cafe only seats 30-40, and chairs and tables are a little small so it may be a bit squeezy and hot if you're coming in a big group. The lady boss Miss Hann was very pleasant, responding quickly to my enquiries over email. She also thoroughly explained the menu specials, gave on-point recommendations (the dishes that tasted good, not just the expensive dishes), and even gave us some small bahulu cakes on the house after our meal. Overall a wonderful experience. I am looking forward to an expanded menu, and for sure will be back for more.
Alhamdulillah...it was an awesome halal cafe.Me and family with granny love the food..the mala was nice....tried the level 3 spicy mala....it's was spicy and lips numbing....overall we had a great dinner...and thanks to all staffs working there....they are all friendly and helping and also explained to us the origin of mala... Will visit again.... In'Sha'Allah
Great food n value for money.. mala was quite nice though it was not too spicy for Level 2.. need to try the level 3 then.. but we love the cold appetizers.. especially the century egg one.. that was surprisingly nice.. I don't mind to go back there again.. but I will need to get a ride to the place due to the location..
Location: Not very accessible by public transport and if you are driving, there are limited lots. Interior: Very tastefully decorated! Small but cosy. The door rather heavy though - required a bit of strength to push. Food: So good! The spiciest level was not spicy enough for me but... the overall flavour and taste was excellent! Others: Musollah available for muslims to pray.
Great ambience & friendly service. The food was excellent & a must try if you love authentic szechuan delicacies. I would definitely recommend the place to eat & spend time with your family & loved ones.
although the cafe was rather difficulr to locate, there were other factors compensated it. the serving was generous, the staff were friendly and the place was cosy, and a musollah is available at the back of the cafe near the toilet. 😉