Unravel the mysteries of the Silk Road at this restaurant of the same name, tucked away on the second storey of the Amara Singapore on Tanjong Pagar Road. With a menu that showcases the best of China’s vast culinary landscape, you’ll be eating your way to seventh heaven here in no time. Discover the varied flavours and textures of Beijing roasted duck to Shenyang dumplings to Sichuan handmade noodles all in one place, prepared by a team of professional chefs who hail from these regions themselves. Reserve your table now at this Tanjong Pagar gem to avoid missing out.
Dining at Silk Road often feels as if you’re taking a culinary road trip across China – one where you experience a breathtaking scope of diversity in its regional cuisines – prepared with passion by master chefs who possess a rich, first-hand knowledge of cooking techniques from their respective hometowns. This restaurant in Tanjong Pagar pulls no punches in delivering its goods, so if you’ve been wondering what’s the deal with authentic Chinese fare in Singapore, make your way down to Silk Road to find out.
Prime your palate with starters like the sliced pork with cucumber on rack or the marinated jellyfish with spicy sour sauce, before moving onto our favourite recommendation at Silk Road: a whole traditional Beijing roasted duck. Other must-tries include the roasted spring chicken with garlic and crushed hot bean, as well as the steamed sea perch with black fungus and preserved vegetable. Although there aren’t many dishes that support a plant-based lifestyle, vegetarian diners would nevertheless be pleased with the stewed assorted mushroom in claypot and the traditional ma po tofu – both of which showcase delicate yet contrasting flavours of Chinese cuisine. Still hungry? Fill up on traditional Sichuan dan-dan noodles or an assortment of handmade dumplings, before rounding things off with exquisite desserts like the chilled mango sago with pomelo or the yam paste with gingko nut. With so much to explore in one dining spot, Silk Road is one of the few restaurants in Singapore which warrants repeated visits to do its entire menu justice. Located at the Amara Singapore on Tanjong Pagar Road, the restaurant’s proximity to Tanjong Pagar MRT also puts it within easy reach from every corner of the island. Bookings are essential.
by all means, it was good. lunch course was reasonable with just nice quantity. staff attitude was good. table was good. only thing is that for lunch they don't provide napkins? nor any wet towel? it could have been better with those.
First time go to this restaurant with my very good friend. We enjoy the foods so much. Next time family member birthday we will go again. Thanks.
Centrally located, very good for business lunches and food was up to standard.
Good service n food is Good ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . .
Food is not bad, most of the items on the menu are Sichuan Chinese dishes, i.e. spicy stuff but they do have some dishes that are non-spicy. The Peking duck seems to be the popular item, almost every table (including ourselves) ordered that dish the night we visited. The dumplings are nice too. Ambience is so-so, service is above average. Will probably visit again.
ratings 1-10 Seafood fried rice 10 / Xiao long pau 10// hot and sour soup 7 / string beans with mince pork 10/ Xiang pian Chinese tea 5 / Peking duck 6 ( skin not roasted enough / cod fish 7. Excellent service and nice ambience.
It was a short business lunch for our VIP customer. Johnny, the manager was very helpful to ensure all will be well taken care off. The ambience of the restaurant is nice. The price is affordable. Will definitely visit this restaurant again.
The noodle very smooth and texture just nice compare with outside restaurant. The Traditional Sichuan Dan-Dan Noodle a bit spicy for us. Suggest the Sliced Pork with Garlic Sauce Wrap with Cucumber with be perfectly. Over all Good.
Silk Road offers quality (of course fiery!) Szechuan cuisine that have been consistent over the years. With friendly and helpful restaurant staff, one will never go too wrong choosing Silk Road.
Service is a little bit slow despite the restaurant was not crowded. all dishes served except for ma por tou fu which we waited for about20-30 min from the last dish served. it is quite pricey compared to other sichuan restaurant. taste of the food is so so....