Mouth Restaurant’s second outlet is bringing their legendary cuisine to Singapore’s Marina Square near City Hall, now reaching a wider audience with their classic Chinese specialties. Opening back in 1989, Mouth Restaurant is one of the city’s most famous and well-respected restaurants. Known for their its large menu of Chinese dishes ranging from dim sum to hefty platters, this local favourite keeps it traditional, flavourful and simple – just as it should be. Find Mouth at the Marina Square shopping mall along Raffles Boulevard.
Very good food, the baked Liu sha Bao is a must-try. Great service with minimum waiting time. Huge servings guaranteed. Overall a good experience. Will come back!
Great food, and staff were fast and helpful with their service. The Liu Sha baos were so good that we had a second serving even though we were all full!
The food was very delicious, my families keep praising on the suckling pig, the service was superb! Definitely we will return and recommend to friends!
If you’ve been looking for some of Singapore’s best Chinese dishes, we’ve found them for you, at Mouth Restaurant’s branch in the Marina Square shopping centre, close to Singapore’s City Hall and Promenade stations. Conveniently connected to the rest of the city, stylish and upscale, this is an excellent place to enjoy great Chinese cuisine in chic surrounds. Bring your entire family and taste Cantonese classics in a lovely environment in the vicinity of Singapore’s City Hall.
Mouth Restaurant at Marina Square’s menu seems to cover it all. Try out dim sum with steamed and sweetened bean, spicy vinegar sauce wontons, and pork-filled steamed buns before sampling mains such as tofu with wild mushrooms, Thai-style chicken meat, sauteed sliced fish with ginger and spring onion. Finish up with tasty, unique desserts such as cream of black sesame paste, chilled herbal jelly, and the cream of red bean soup. Up for trying out Singapore’s best Chinese cuisine? Make your reservation today at this City Hall dining establishment and find your way to Marina Square along Raffles Boulevard.