Sichuan Kungfu Fish Singapore, as the name suggests, specialises in spicy Sichuan-style seafood. Located at Suntec City on Temasek Boulevard, it serves up food that really packs a punch. Having only opened its doors in 2017, it’s already a favourite with Singapore locals and is an absolute must-try for anyone who loves Chinese cuisine, hotpot, seafood and spice as we much as we do. Sichuan Kungfu Fish prides itself on sourcing the best and freshest ingredients available and puts a lot of focus on acquiring premium deep-sea fish, ensuring every mouthful bursts with the delicious flavours. You don’t want to miss out on this one, so book a table and head to the Esplanade to join in the fun.
Originally founded by Mr Qi Chunhua, Sichuan Kungfu Fish has become a multi-award winning venue showcasing the very best of Sichuan-inspired seafood. Part of the iconic chain that’s spread throughout China, America and Canada, this Singapore restaurant is one our favourites for very good reason. Located within Suntec City in Esplanade, you’ll find delicious fish with a great big spicy Sichuan kick. Serving up a wide range of dishes that vary from mild to spicy, you’ll be in heaven at this Chinese hotspot, that’s for sure.
Seafood is well and truly the star of the show at Sichuan Kungfu Fish and you’ll find platters packed with prawns, mussels, clams, crab sticks and plenty more delicious bits and pieces besides. You’ll also find Chinese hotpot dishes, noodle options, skewers and seafood cooked over the charcoal grill. Basically, if you love seafood then Sichuan Kungfu Fish is the place for you. So what are you waiting for? Grab the gang, book and table and head to Singapore’s Temasek Boulevard in Esplanade – you won’t regret!
Fish was fresh and staff were all very friendly and helpful! Great place for dining
Food and service were great. We really enjoyed ourselves but be mindful of the level of spiciness
Very good service and good food. Totally enjoy the food especially their special fish. There is no stingy smell at all after staying at the restaurant for 2 hours.