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 that features no pork, no lard. Si Chuan Dou Hua boasts a menu that’s brimming with authentic dishes including stir-fried green beans with minced chicken and boiled sliced fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, 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!
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1 of the better Sichuan Cuisine I've tasted in Singapore
I booked for 7.15pm but arrived at 6.45pm and they let me in early. The food was delicious, I picked mainly non-spicy dishes like the stir fried beef in garlic and superior soy sauce, pork ribs in vinegar, deep fried cod in sweet wine sauce and the stir fried beans with mince meat. The only slightly spicy dish I picked was the chicken with cashew nuts. Every dish tasted very good, I ended up getting more white rice to go with it and to soak up the gravy especially of the beef and pork ribs. When the 6 of us finished eating, the staff let us sit and chat for quite a while, before we decided to order dessert, the dou hua was certainly silky, the liu sha pow had sha that didn’t really liu but was still tasty.