Please note that all special requests (e.g. window seat) are subject to availability and will be confirmed upon arrival.
In Singapore, Si Chuan Dou Hua is where local food lovers go for proper Chinese dining. This sophisticated restaurant on Raffles Place is leading the charge when it comes to authentic Far Eastern cuisine, whether it’s their Sichuan dishes, Cantonese specialities or dim sum delights. Perfect for private dining including corporate functions, weddings and birthday celebrations, Si Chuan Dou Hua is a Raffles Place icon. Make sure to reserve ahead of time to save a table at this sophisticated restaurant.
Call up your favourite dining partner and take them to Si chuan Dou Hua, a legendary Chinese restaurant on Raffles Place. Close to Clifford Place, Republic Plaza and the Singapore River, Si Chuan Dou Hua is right in the heart of Singapore’s Downtown Core and just moments from some of the city-state’s biggest attraction like the Asian Civilisations Museum and Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall. Established back in 1996, this restaurant has earned legendary status among local foodies, and you’ll understand why even after your very first bite.
The extraordinary dishes at Si Chuan Dou Hua will surprise even the most dedicated fans of Chinese cuisine. The Sichuan options are particularly popular, with dishes like camphor tea smoked duck, boiled sliced fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, and Chong Qing grilled chicken with spicy bean paste among the favourites. You could also opt to go Cantonese with their homemade noodles with Boston lobster, their signature bean curd medley or Korean-style diced beef served up in a hot stone bowl. Also perfect for tea time, Si Chuan Dou Hua features a wide range of dim sum offerings and over thirty types of premium Chinese tea. Whatever you choose, this award-winning Chinese restaurant is certain to impress. Book now to save your table!
Food and service was very good. View was definitely awesome. Too bad the window seats were reserved. The only let down was their liu sha bao which i felt that the filling was a tad too oily..
Wrong information was conveyed and the manager was unwilling to resolve it. Not wanting to make things difficult for the rest of the family, we stayed on. The waitresses were really nice and the food came in at a good pace. However, based on the way we were treated, we will refrain from returning again.
Tea is now served with hot water poured in a normal manner (not from the long spout jug/pot). Food was served relatively fast and staff were present when needed. The food itself was great!
A place with great view and great service. Come if you love spicy cantonesese food. The way they aerved the tea is also in a tradtional way .