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About Mouth Restaurant - China Square Central

A legendary restaurant in Singapore’s Chinatown, Mouth Restaurant at China Square Central has been wowing locals with authentic Hong-Kong style and Cantonese dishes since its establishment in 1989. Featuring over 100 options on the menu, Mouth Restaurant has it all, ranging from the exotic and spicy to the familiar and mild. Open every day of the week for lunch and dinner at South Bridge Court Shop House on Cross Street, Mouth Restaurant is one of Singapore’s most loved Chinese restaurants.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 11:30 am
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Mouth Restaurant - China Square Central
22 Cross Street #01-61 China Square Central
Singapore 048421

Menu Highlights



Snow Skin Liu Sha Bun

Rojak Carrot Cake

Wagyu Beef with Blended BBQ Sauce

Squid Ink Char Siew Bun

Rainbow Har Gao


Set Menu

Dim Sum Set

Trio Dim Sum Platter, Spinach Seafood Thick Soup, Crispy Fish Roll, Red Wine Dregs Mee Sua Chicken

Buddha Set

Mini Buddha Jumping w Abalone, Prawn Salad, Sliced Fish in Chinese Rice Wine, Stewed Pork Ribs

More about Mouth Restaurant - China Square Central, Singapore

Conveniently located between Chinatown and Raffles Place stations, Mouth Restaurant at China Square Central is a stalwart in the local Chinese community and a favourite of Singaporeans from all walks of life. Ideal for private functions, Mouth Restaurant has numerous options for private hire, whether it’s for a big wedding reception or an intimate dinner party with friends, family or colleagues. Its location on Cross Street in the heart of Chinatown makes it a perfect meeting point for foodies looking to eat and chat.

With a menu that features over 100 dishes, it can sometimes get pretty difficult to decide what to order at Mouth Restaurant in Singapore’s Chinatown. Luckily for you, the menu is divided into well-organised sections, and your server always has your back if you need a suggestion. Recommended dishes include the rojak pork, squid ink char siew bun, phoenix fish and scallion chicken. There are exotic dishes aplenty, including braised shark’s fin and goose liver fried rice. Interested in seeing the restaurant’s massive menu for yourself? Make a reservation and enjoy a meal at this famous Chinese restaurant at China Square Central.

120 Mouth Restaurant - China Square Central Reviews

120 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Good value
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Kevin H.9 months ago · 5 reviews

this was a nice place to visit and quite enjoyable

Irene G.2 years ago · 2 reviews

Mouth Restaurant food is good, it is surprising that there are still so many tables empty on Saturday for dinner. I will surely patronise again.

Marie O.2 years ago · 1 review

The food quality at Mouth Restaurant - China Square Central never fails me. My family enjoy our Father's Day Lunch very much. Will definitely visit again.

Mr Clement Loon 倫.2 years ago · 4 reviews

Excellent authentic Cantonese dim sum. Value for money for the quality. Excellent service staff as well. Good location and Nice ambience. Have been there regularly for both lunch and dinner.

Michael L.2 years ago · 2 reviews

The XO and duck fried rice we ordered was fairly well executed, with enough wok hei and flavors to elevate it past a typical fried rice. There were hits and misses amongst the dimsum we ordered, as is to be expected. The rice rolls with prawn and char siew that we ordered were very stodgy and poorly done. As was the skin for the har gows. (prawn dumplings) The filling did not impress me either. The rest of the dishes were decently executed. The baked charsiew pastries deserve special mention - essentially an extremely delicious (when eaten hot) pocket of sweet flavorful pork (with at least 25% fat) covered by a thin, flakey layer of filo like pastry.

Pearly T.2 years ago · 1 review

They were crowded on Jan 23 evening. We weren't asked what beverage or tea we wanted. After they discovered that they missed our beverage order, then service picked up. The food was good overall, and we did not feel like we had an overdose of msg, instead, the ee fu mian was a little bland. The soon hock was well fried and costs $8 per 100g, so its quite reasonably priced. We were seated in front of a wall mounted TV which played one of those loooong tiresome Taiwanese drama, if only they could play sthg a little more cultured. Overall experience was ok & I will go back again.

Iris L.2 years ago · 1 review

We originally went to try out the Groupon deal but was told that we had to give them advance notice as they have limited stock of lobster. So we tried their seafood roast duck set lunch instead. Food was good with reasonable quantity. Service was friendly and quick. Overall a pleasant experience. Will be making a return trip to try out Groupon deal. This time I will remember to inform them of it when I reserve a table.

Crissa K.3 years ago · 3 reviews

Dined here for family dinner on a Sunday night. Restaurant was pretty quiet, with interesting decor. We and had the Suckling Pig Set for 6 pax, plus an a la carte order of Ee Fu noodles for the three kids. The food was tasty and was good value for money. We had two orders of the must-have yummylicious baked salted egg yolk buns for dessert. Great way to finish a nice meal with the family.

kelly G.2 years ago · 38 reviews

XO carrot cake is one of the best i have tried. The Service was very good i was impress by one of the staff, an uncle who does serving of the food . He remembers me from my last visit and can remember i have enquire about one of the dish on the menu.

Aaron B.3 years ago · 1 review

Food was great. The dim sum was rustic and gave me a nostalgic feeling (the relatively newer, more refined Cantonese offerings in town are very nice too). Portions were sizeable for 2 persons. The small serving of e-fu noodle was big and could have fed 4. Pricing was reasonable. Decor and service works well; without the frills. A satisfying lunch! I'll be back.