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Restaurants in Chinatown, Singapore

 Steeped in history, Chinatown restaurants are some of Singapore's best

Singapore's Chinatown is one of its most famous and popular districts. Technically located in the Outram area, it has a character and atmosphere all its own, and a fascinating history. Apparently dating back almost a thousand years, the Chinese community was organised into a kampung by the British in the 19th century. After that, different neighbourhoods developed, with Hokkien, Teochew and Cantonese communities spread across the area. And where these groups settled, they brought fantastic restaurants. Nowadays Chinatown is a superb dining destination, offering great cuisine from all over China.

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Momma Kong's

Momma Kong's

Chinatown
Fish$$$$
5.0/6458
SONS

SONS

Chinatown
Italian$$$$
4.6/6216
fArt tArtz - South Bridge Road

fArt tArtz - South Bridge Road

Chinatown
Café$$$$
5.1/6291
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Orchid Roast Fish

Orchid Roast Fish

Chinatown
Fish$$$$
4.0/649
Ding Dong

Ding Dong

Chinatown
International$$$$
4.9/669
Kitchen by Food Rebel

Kitchen by Food Rebel

Chinatown
Fusion$$$$
5.4/674
Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Mosque Street

Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Mosque Street

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.8/631
Fatty Weng Restaurant

Fatty Weng Restaurant

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.8/654
Club Meatballs

Club Meatballs

Chinatown
International$$$$
4.6/637
Mad About Sucre

Mad About Sucre

Chinatown
French$$$$
5.5/636
Shi Shang Lao 食尚捞 Steamov

Shi Shang Lao 食尚捞 Steamov

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.4/637
Rooftop Bar at Screening Room

Rooftop Bar at Screening Room

Chinatown
Bar$$$$
4.9/618
Coriander Leaf Grill

Coriander Leaf Grill

Chinatown
Indian$$$$
4.9/614
Grignoter by Chef Justin Quek

Grignoter by Chef Justin Quek

Chinatown
French$$$$
5.2/613
Hi! Joyful

Hi! Joyful

Chinatown
Fish$$$$
4.9/67
Jangwon Korean Restaurant

Jangwon Korean Restaurant

Chinatown
Asian$$$$
4.9/616
Si Wei Mao Cai

Si Wei Mao Cai

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
5.0/613
Wan Nian Stone Pot Fish

Wan Nian Stone Pot Fish

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.8/66
Restaurant Manchurian - Smith Street

Restaurant Manchurian - Smith Street

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
5.0/63
Small Seafood Noodle

Small Seafood Noodle

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
5.0/61
  1. 1.

    For the finest Cantonese or Sichuan food check out restaurants in Chinatown

    If you are visiting Singapore and intend to tour the shophouses and markets of Chinatown, book restaurants with Quandoo and make sure you don't miss out. When you do, you'll be able to choose between an array of Chinese styles. For instance, there are plenty of Cantonese eateries which serve up typical dishes like chilli crab or honey pork ribs. If you love meat or fish, you'll be in gastronomic paradise - all within walking distance of the area's tourist attractions. So, when you've seen the Sri Mariamman Temple or checked out the stalls on Trengganu Street, there will be plenty of dining options nearby.
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    Make restaurants in Chinatown part of your business trip

    Chinatown restaurants are just as good for professionals. Whether you are established in Singapore and want to impress contacts with your dining knowledge, or you are flying in for a week of meetings and want to explore the city's dining scene, restaurants in Chinatown will be the perfect location. If you have a few days, check out exotic lunchtime options like yong tau fu (soy parcels filled with meat or vegetarian mixtures) or double-cooked Chinese buns with stir fried pork. It's a wonderful area for culinary explorers and social get togethers, so have a look at the selection of Chinatown restaurants on Quandoo.
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    Chinatown restaurants go well beyond Chinese cuisine

    In recent years, Chinatown's restaurants have moved up a notch, moving well beyond Cantonese or Sichuan cuisine. These days you'll find Spanish tapas bars, trattorias offering the finest Italian dishes, Korean bibimbap specialists, elegant French brasseries and fish restaurants too. Chinatown has become a much more cosmopolitan place, and Singapore's gourmet dining fans are feeling the benefits. You'll find all the best dining spots on Quandoo, so join the fun.