For spicy, authentic, and oh-so delicious Sichuan cuisine, it doesn’t get much better than Singapore’s Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant. Something of a legend around Boat Quay, this incredible restaurant specialises in dishes from the Sichuan region of China. Its location on Boat Quay, just a hop, skip and a jump from Raffles Place and Clarke Quay stations, puts it in an ideal position for lunch or dinner in the heart of the city.
Stepping into Singapore’s Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant is almost like entering a whole different world. Decorated in beautiful shades of green and red, the restaurant is stunning, an ideal spot for spending a special evening out with someone you care about. The service is top notch, too, and has made this Boat Quay restaurant especially popular with locals who like to feel at home while dining.
Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant on Boat Quay offers an extensive menu of authentic, flavourful Sichuan delights. Seafood is particularly popular at this Singapore restaurant – enjoy dishes like the fried eel, griddle-cooked squid tentacles, egg-yolk crab and Sichuan chili crab. There are plenty of other options including the Sichuan signature diced chicken, the double panned pork with crispy rice, the griddle-cooked chicken wings and the fried French beans with minced pork. Stomach growling already? Make sure to book ahead and save a table at Tong Fu Ju Sichuan Restaurant in Boat Quay!
Great food! And great variety of dishes! Awesome place to bring friends and family who enjoy spicy Sichuan dishes! Will definitely be back for more!
Great food, quick service. Ordered the mala flavour less spicy, and the soup tastes really good. Also tried the mala crayfish which was super tasty! Value for money
the signature grilled fish is good. Some of the sides are good too, eg. Fu qi fei pian and pork cold dish and etc. Will definitely recommend my friend to try.
Enjoyed their steam boat also the BBQ buffet. Lovely environment and the staffs are very friendly and helpful. Pleasant experience and value for money !
it surprised me that the restaurant was almost full. maybe it is lunch hour? maybe it is near office area? i really can not appreciate the food.. and the service.. we booked one seat here but we made a call to add 2 more seats. Maybe I just had lunch a few days ago at Sichuan Douhua, I really didnt enjoy the food in Tong Fu Ju. First, it was salty, very salty, although we told them to be less salty, less oily. Obviously, it was no use. haha... We saw an old man, maybe the owner's father, used his fingers to move some cooked vegetables from the edge of the plates to the center when he delivered the dish to the table next next to ours. My friend opened her eyes and mouth for a few seconds, who was really shocked... the fried buns, if you know how to cook, were very dry and overcooked, the spicy chicken has less meat but more bones, anyway, i think only the cucumber cold dish was ok. Sorry to say so but I dont think I would go again.
You should totally try their signature dish, Chongqing Qian Pin Grilled fish. Great for fish-lovers! They do serve other fish related dishes such as hot& spicy grilled fish, soy sauce grilled fish, pickled pepper grilled fish etc. to name a few. Located at 50 boat quay, shophouses area.
The sour veg w chilli grilled fish is delicious. Service is fast n friendly. The rest of the dishes are hit n misses. The better ones are pork trotters, big intestines. The braised duck is lousy as the duck is tough.
A time-proven Sichuan cuisine store specialised in grilled roasted fish, its location is popular near Singapore river. The menu has many tasting options of grilled fish to be explored, amongst which the spicy-flavoured is the piece de resistance.
Went for their ala carte buffet. Service is friendly and food is served fast, Hits n missed. Like the intestine drypot. The sour veg fish is also very yummy! Food tends to be spicy and salty though.
I enjoyed the mala grilled fish, the place looks clean and the staffs were nice and helpful. We bought fave coupons and were not entitled to member promo. Maybe that should change.