Singapore's Qi House of Sichuan lives up to every bit of the hype surrounding it. Led by Chef Wong Chun Fai, founder of the restaurant’s Michelin starred big brother in Hong Kong, this restaurant excels in every area, whether it's flavour, presentation, atmosphere or service. You'll find Qi House of Sichuan on the ground plaza of Marina Bay Link Mall, a stone's throw from Marina Bay MRT station for easy travelling. Dining at this restaurant is an experience that's unlike any other in the city-state. Just remember that reserving ahead of time makes all the difference when planning your experience at Qi House of Sichuan on Marina Boulevard.
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The food and service was very good. Definitely up to par for the 1 star michelin rating and I will definitely return again very soon.
Awesome ambience! The food is very delicious and excellent service by the staff there! Special compliments to Karen who took the extra mile to introduce a dessert that is not on the menu:)
darn good food and not crowded at all during weekday. service staff is professional. Food is superb, price wise a little on the steeper end. Not for everyday dining unless you are an investment banker. But then again, you will not have the time to eat there lol.
Brought to you by the same folks behind the Michelin starred restaurant of the same name in Hong Kong, Qi House of Sichuan is a dream come true for foodies. Located inside Marina Bay Link Mall down Marina Boulevard, this exceptional Chinese restaurant is focused on the seven flavours of Szechuan cooking: spicy, bitter, sour, peppery, salty, sweet and aromatic. Each and every dish reflects Chef Wong Chun Fai’s passion for incredible cooking, and you’ll taste the difference from the first bite.
Qi House of Sichuan offers traditional Szechuan cooking with a modern twist. Using the freshest ingredients and taking inspiration from other Asian cuisines, the chefs at this Singapore restaurant create magic in the kitchen. The menu here is extensive, with options for every palate. We recommend beginning with a selection of cold and hot appetisers like smashed cucumber, bang bang chicken in spicy peanut sauce or chili oil wontons. For the main course, you can’t go wrong with the chili-fried Iberico pork collar or the cumin lamb with roasted chili. If you feel like truly indulging, take the pan-fried marble goby in sweet chilli sauce – it’s well worth the price. Reserve your table now.