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45 Restaurants in Chinatown: Chinese

Treat yourself to the best food in Chinese restaurants in Chinatown

There really is no better place to try delicious dishes from all over China than at the Chinese restaurants in Singapore's Chinatown. Not only will you find the ever-popular dim sum and Cantonese cuisine, you'll discover a wide range of unexpected tastes and flavours. China is noted for its food and, after sightseeing, some of the tastiest dishes can be sampled at the city's Chinese restaurants in Chinatown. Some places can get really busy, so why not book in advance with Quandoo to be sure of a table at your preferred establishment?

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Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Mosque Street

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.9/689
Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Mosque Street

Orchid Roast Fish

Chinatown
Fish$$$$
4.5/696
Orchid Roast Fish

Shi Shang Lao 食尚捞 Steamov

Chinatown
Hotpot$$$$
4.4/654
Shi Shang Lao 食尚捞 Steamov
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4.8/626
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DM Chicken

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.9/650
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Fatty Weng Restaurant

Chinatown
Cantonese$$$$
4.8/655
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Hainan Street Steamboat

Chinatown
Hotpot$$$$
3.7/619
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Yu Cun Kitchen

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
5.0/61
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Old Chengdu Sichuan Cuisine Restaurant 老成都川菜馆

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
5.3/610
Old Chengdu Sichuan Cuisine Restaurant 老成都川菜馆

Si Wei Mao Cai 思味冒菜

Chinatown
Sichuan$$$$
4.7/616
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Li Xiang Lan Hotpot - 李香蓝重庆火锅

Chinatown
Hotpot$$$$
4.8/68
Li Xiang Lan Hotpot - 李香蓝重庆火锅

Xiao Long Kan Hotpot 小龙坎火锅 - Chinatown

Chinatown
Hotpot$$$$
5.0/61
Xiao Long Kan Hotpot 小龙坎火锅 - Chinatown

Restaurant Manchurian - Smith Street

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.8/65
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Wan Nian Stone Pot Fish

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
5.0/67
Wan Nian Stone Pot Fish

Chinese Si Xi Restaurant

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.0/64
Chinese Si Xi Restaurant

Xiao Mu Deng Traditional Hotpot - 重庆小木凳怀旧火锅

Chinatown
Hotpot$$$$
5.5/62
Xiao Mu Deng Traditional Hotpot - 重庆小木凳怀旧火锅
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Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
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Si Wei Chuan Chuan 思味串串

Chinatown
Hotpot$$$$
5.7/63
Si Wei Chuan Chuan 思味串串

Yue Long Men Hotpot 悦龙门火锅

Chinatown
Hotpot$$$$
6.0/62
Yue Long Men Hotpot 悦龙门火锅

Incense Full Pot

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
Incense Full Pot
  1. 1.

    Chinatown's great Chinese restaurants

    Although you'll find some of Singapore's best Chinese restaurants in Chinatown, the entire district is also a heritage area. It was the first part of the island to be settled by immigrants. These first immigrants went from being 'sin-keh' (guests) to the largest ethnic group on the island and they brought their unique culinary skills. You can learn more by visiting the Chinatown Heritage Centre before stopping for dinner at one of the great Chinese restaurants in Chinatown featured on Quandoo. We've chosen some of the best in the city, making it easy for you to find just the right venue.
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    Find your own favourite dishes from China

    Cantonese, or Yue, food comes from southern China and it is loved by young and old alike. Lightly cooked, fresh ingredients such as vegetables, meat and seafood are served with sweet or slightly salty sauces and rice or noodles. Some of the best-known dishes include crispy duck, sweet and sour pork and chow mein which you can enjoy in Chinese restaurants in Chinatown. Just remember to reserve your table with Quandoo before you get to any of them!
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    A great choice at any time of day

    You'll discover simple eateries alongside some of the most glamorous Chinese restaurants in Chinatown with Quandoo. Try Hong Kong-style dim sum or Shanghai soup buns served hot in the bamboo basket they were steamed in. Many cities have their own dishes: Beijing is famous for its crispy roast duck while Chengdu is known for its spicy, fragrant hotpot. An entire spectrum of flavours and textures at Chinese restaurants in Chinatown is waiting for you to explore. What more are you waiting for?