Sichuan Province in the home of fire and spice in China, and their peppercorns are known the world over for their numbing qualities and their unique taste. Bringing them to bear on ingredients is the key taste of the cuisine of Sichuan, and there is certainly a huge range of ingredients, particularly meats, that are used in the province. At Yi Qi Lao Si Chuan on Tiong Bahru Road, inside Link Hotel, they make the most of the full gamut of proteins on offer. That means pig intestines and chicken feet, and for the truly adventurous, snake head sliced fish and frog, fried up Sichuan-style. Bring the whole spectrum of your pals along to Yi Qi Qi Lao Si Chuan in Tiong Bahru for a meal to remember in Singapore – and mind that you reserve your table in advance, as they do get crowded on occasion.
Whilst the service crew did not come across as passionate and all hyped up as those at Haidilao, they were all relatively friendly and kind and always around to serve (regular change of plates and refilling our glasses).
The food is delicious with good quality and quantity. Every dish is worth the money spent. The staffs are always friendly and helpful. They are amicable. Pleasing ambience, the restaurant is decorated in the theme of panda and bamboo, is like a mimic of a natural habitat for pandas. Kids friendly too. The pandas and decoration of the restaurant should be able to catch their attention. Overall, personally I feel there is nothing to pick on. I'm a regular of this restaurant, who frequent and visit it very often. I'm a lover of szechuan cuisine and this restaurant will be a good option to choose from.
nice deco within the restaurant and very friendly staffs. Food is nice especially the La Zi Ji. My guest enjoyed it very much. Will visit the restaurant again. Thank you
Good ambience and really lovely food. Highly recommend for all
We had 4 dishes: 1) Diced chicken in spicy sauce 2) Snake-head sliced fish in hot and spicy sauce 3) Eggplant with garlic sauce in claypot 4) Fried bittergourd with minced meat 1 and 2 were good as usual, 3 and 4 were new dishes we tried and was quite refreshing. Service can be a little slow in spite pressing the button for service. And it would be great if they could share their beer promotions up front when we ordered instead of us ordering non-promotional beer, and asking for promotions after and finding out there were some promos going on. We were also charged an extra bottle of beer on the bill, so it wasn't well tracked, and it was fortunate we discovered that. Overall this is an excellent place for authentic Sichuan cuisine, and better/attentive service would bring it to the next level.
Nice spicy flavoured food, ordered water-boiled fish but the soya beansprouts are not fresh. Not much fish slices though, hence a bit on the pricey side. The kitchen should have picked out the rotten ones instead of just dumping all for customers. The dried long beans are flavourful and yummy. Environment ok, nice sofa seats and clean. There were 2 VIP rooms but from outside where we were sitting, we can hear the noise and the VIPs were really noisy. More could have done to filter out the noise level from VIP room.
This place is unbelievable. The food there is literally to die for. When I went there, the pizza and pasta was amazing. I would highly recommend you to go there because if you do, your gonna leave with a good feeling because of the food.
They offer a large variety of food to choose from and the staff is very nice and forthcoming. At the reception table you can even let them print out a selfie of you for free after you paid.
newly renovated restaurant is much bigger than the previous location. service needs to be improved, can hardly get the attention of the wait staff. very interesting chinese decor.
don't miss out the other great stuff like fish in water. At night you also get to see many sexy pretty china girls working at near by KTV. Sometime I see liao I wanna ask them to eat supper with me too.