Orchid Roast Fish, a popular chain of restaurants in China, has opened a brand new outlet on Pagoda Street, just steps away from Chinatown MRT station. Enjoy its speciality BBQ fish cooked in up to nine different ways, along with a smorgasbord of side dishes that present a well-rounded meal full of exciting flavours and textures. Get ahead of the hype at Singapore’s latest Chinese seafood restaurant by reserving a table with us ahead of your visit.
Chinatown’s Pagoda Street is a haven for those who love Chinese food, and those who can’t get enough of the cuisine should make their way to Orchid Roast Fish – a well-known restaurant chain from China which specialises in fresh catch of the roasted variety. Now open in Singapore, it’s a must-visit for seafood fans with a penchant for roasted live fish, cooked in nine different flavour types to tender perfection.
A popular choice is the longsnout catfish, which tastes best when served in Orchid Roast Fish’s signature extra spicy sauce. Can’t handle the heat? Opt to have it in fermented soya bean sauce or in chicken broth with mushroom, best complemented with sides like Kagoshima pork belly, Australian beef, cheese fish tofu, and baby octopus. Another draw of Orchid Roast Fish lies in its multi-sensory, interactive experience, which gives you the opportunity to dine in the presence of China’s most scenic attractions – projected on the walls around you. Adding to that, motion sensors built into the floor of the restaurant transform it into a “pond” with “koi fish” that will swim away whenever your feet come into contact with them. With its novel concept to dining that is sure to wow diners in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown, we expect long lines at Orchid Roast Fish, so book your table to make sure you don’t miss out.
Managed to finish up a fish by 2 people. Fully satisfied.
Slightly crowded at evening. Service was fast. Food fresh and good. Convenient beside MRT station. Recommended to order small plates to share. Clothes smell of the sauces after dinner.
Helped my friend book...heard the food is not bad. Would love to visit again. Prices reasonable though slightly on the high side. Overall still ok.