Specialising in Sichuan and Cantonese cuisines, Si Chuan Dou Hua within Our Tampines Hub is a must for Chinese-loving foodies. Inspired by the dou hua silken tofu bowl that is a symbol of welcome in Sichuan, the team behind this Tampines restaurant go above and beyond to make guests feel completely at home, while serving them some of the best food in Singapore. Si Chuan Dou Hua boasts a menu that’s brimming with dishes including roast suckling pig and handcrafted dim sum, and is also home to a team of tea masters who showcase martial arts, dance and showmanship in the traditional art of tea pouring. This Tampines Walk spot is something you don’t want to miss so book your table now!
Tried the “Gui Ling Gao” dessert! It was cut up into bite sized cubes for easy chewing. Not expected but not bad. Smooth and not bitter
Great. I was running late, couldn’t make my 6.15pm booking. I called at 6.25pm, the staff quite happily agreed to change my booking to 7.30pm. The food was good, we loved the deep fried cod fish, and the spinach in century egg broth. I liked that the broth was without minced pork in it. The Small portion was quite a lot for the 2 of us, we were stuffed at the end of the meal. Service was fast, both for the food and the bill. Only downside is the seating, tables are quite close together, not much privacy.
I love their food, their drinks and as well as their service provided. Great and beautiful ambience. Will definitely go back for more one day.
Must Experience traditional Sichuan cuisine everyday before 2.30 p.m. After 2.30 p.m. will be dim sum. Passion cardholder can enjoy some discounts. The food here is nice during last afternoon visit with my girlfriend.
Quality of food is above average however the food portion was very extremely small. We ordered a noodle dish in Medium size but it’s only barely enough for one. If they could revise the price/or the portion of food it would be awesome!
The service was ok. It was lunch time and i guess there was not enough staff. For i had to ask them to refill the tea instead lf them doing it automatically.
Si chuan dou hua made the right move in locating at tampines. There is a dearth of semi fine dining with exquisite cuisine that actually taste good too.
A pity some of the stuff were not available on the menu so we went with fried carrot cake and mochi with matcha fillings. Was pleasantly surprised
The tea costs $4 but is actually very fragrant and nice. The dim sum was reasonably priced although the variety for selection can be improved.
The food tastes good and the portion was quite generous. Nice & quiet ambience. Good service. Should offer more variety of dim sum if possible.