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324 Restaurants in Singapore: Chinese

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If you’re a fan of Chinese food, you’ll be in seventh heaven with a plethora of Chinese restaurants in Singapore to whet your appetite. With 76% of the population in Singapore being of Chinese descent, Chinese cuisine is not only a heavyweight in the local dining scene; its influences are also evident in the local cuisine. Eat your way around China and dig into authentic Singaporean Chinese dishes all in one tiny city-state that barely registers as a speck on the world map. Make no mistake: Singapore’s Chinese restaurants have a lot to offer curious gourmands, and with Quandoo, you can easily find and reserve a table at the best ones in seconds.

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Beauty in the Pot - KINEX Level 3

Paya Lebar
Chinese$$$$
5.3/6648
Beauty in the Pot - KINEX Level 3

Jing Long Seafood Restaurant

East Coast
Fish$$$$
4.9/6251
Jing Long Seafood Restaurant

Fragrant Garden

Serangoon
Fujian$$$$
4.9/6237
Fragrant Garden
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Hand in Hand Beijing Restaurant

Bugis
Dim Sum$$$$
4.8/6105
Hand in Hand Beijing Restaurant

Spice World Hot Pot 香天下火锅

Clarke Quay
Chinese$$$$
5.0/623
Spice World Hot Pot 香天下火锅

Colony

City Hall
International$$$$
5.5/6192
Colony

Xun Wei Hotpot 寻味火锅

Bugis
Chinese$$$$
4.8/6109
Xun Wei Hotpot 寻味火锅

Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Mosque Street

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.9/6101
Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Mosque Street

Uncle Leong Signatures - Waterway Point

Punggol
Chinese$$$$
4.8/641
Uncle Leong Signatures - Waterway Point

FOOK KIN 福劲

Orchard
Asian Fusion$$$$
4.9/690
FOOK KIN 福劲

Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat - Balestier Road

Balestier
Chinese$$$$
4.8/674
Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat - Balestier Road

Da Long Yi Hotpot 大龙燚火锅

Orchard
Chinese$$$$
4.7/646
Da Long Yi Hotpot 大龙燚火锅

ThaiPan Restaurant

East Coast
Cantonese$$$$
4.9/6127
ThaiPan Restaurant

Sea Scent at Keppel Club

Telok Blangah
Cantonese$$$$
4.8/6139
Sea Scent at Keppel Club

City Hotpot Shabu Shabu

Raffles Place
Hotpot$$$$
5.1/695
City Hotpot Shabu Shabu

Mitzo Restaurant & Bar

Orchard
Cantonese$$$$
5.5/661
Mitzo Restaurant & Bar

StraitsKitchen

Orchard
Arabic$$$$
5.1/643
StraitsKitchen

Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant - Macpherson

MacPherson
Chinese$$$$
4.8/6115
Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant - Macpherson

Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant

Harbourfront
Cantonese$$$$
4.6/6253
Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant

Xiang Cao Yunnan Original Ecology Hotpot 香草香草云南原生态火锅

Bugis
Hotpot$$$$
5.1/697
Xiang Cao Yunnan Original Ecology Hotpot 香草香草云南原生态火锅
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    Chinese restaurants in Singapore offer a diverse spread of cuisines

    Often mistakenly thought of as a monolithic block, Chinese cuisine actually carries distinct characteristics that vary across different regions, and knowing them is part of appreciating them. Given the local penchant for tongue-tingling sensations in what is being served on a plate, it’s no wonder that Chinese restaurants in Singapore specialising in Sichuan and Hunan fare count among the nation’s most popular, alongside Cantonese cuisine from the south that’s easily accessible and well-loved by one and all. Jiangsu and Zhejiang restaurants feature highly too – these wealthy provinces along China’s eastern coast are known for their refined and aromatic dishes with an emphasis on seafood – another big love of Singaporeans.
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    What else can you find at Singapore’s Chinese restaurants?

    Look closely however, and you will find Chinese restaurants in Singapore that focus on food from other regions as well, including that of Anhui in the east (heavy use of wild herbs; dishes usually braised and stewed), Shandong in the north (light, fresh and rich; lots of soups), and last but not least, Fujian in the southeast (light, tender, umami; also soupy and brothy) – familiar to the local palate which comes as a result of early mass immigration from the province. Overwhelmed yet? Don’t be. Try out these cuisines one at a time at Chinese restaurants all over Singapore and find out which ones you like best. But before you do that, why not jump onto our website or app to make a booking for a stress-free dining experience?
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    Chinese restaurants in Singapore: Our pick of the lot

    Having waxed lyrical about the diversity of the cuisine, where can one find Singapore’s top Chinese restaurants? Chinatown, Bugis and Geylang are generally home to the most authentic lot, with many eateries run by recent Chinese immigrants, such as Feng Bo Zhuang on Temple Street, which features common Chinese dishes so that you can sample a little bit of everything throughout the regions. Love something spicy? Yi Qi Pin Lao Si Chuan - Middle Road is your best bet for heavily spiced dishes typical of Sichuan and Chengdu, topped off with great service. Finally, the Chinese restaurant scene in Singapore (or anywhere, for that matter) is not complete without a handful of steamboat spots, and boy, are we spoiled here with the variety. Fountain Hot Pot is one excellent pick, although Chuan Yang Ji offers a unique and flavourful mutton soup broth if you’re itching for something different. We’ve merely scratched the surface in terms of Chinese restaurants in Singapore – no matter what your taste, budget or preference, there’s a lot more in store for you to discover!
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    Singaporean Chinese offers a wealth of culinary gems

    As most Singaporeans of Chinese descent can trace their lineage back to the Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese, Hakka and Hainanese-speaking parts of southern China, their influences – together with that of Malay and Indian cooking – can also be found in Singaporean Chinese cuisine. Restaurants across the island of this genre have been whipping up dishes including Hainanese chicken rice, sliced fish soup, bak kut teh, and kaya toast much to the delight of foodies near and far.
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    Singaporean Chinese restaurants: In a league of their own

    When it comes to a Singaporean Chinese feast, you can’t go wrong with Loy Kee Chicken Rice, with outlets in Balestier and Woodland that serve up piping hot plates of the national dish; although those with a penchant for seafood with a wide array of home-cooked dishes to choose from might prefer Singaporean Chinese tze char restaurants such as Mountain Coffee Geylang Restaurant or 805 Seafood Kitchen Hougang. Finally, Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen ups the ante among Singaporean Chinese restaurants with its tapas-style small plates of signature yong tau foo paired with a snazzy cocktail menu. With so much worth tucking into, who will you kick off your culinary adventure with? To get started, simply browse menus on our portal, then reserve ahead at your Singaporean Chinese restaurant of your choice and have a table waiting for you by the time you arrive. It’s that easy!