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!
Cosy ambience. Good food. Friendly staffs. Baby friendly. They also provide a place to pray for muslim diners. Service overall is gd too. Price wise a bit pricy.
Food was awesome. Place was nice as well as the people working there. Friendly and even took the time to go through the menu with us!
The food was not bad, right amount of Szechuan kick. Mala was great, but laksa was a little lacklustre. Good option for a halal Szechuan joint.