17 Restaurants in Singapore: Sichuan

Enjoy the best Sichuan restaurants in Singapore

Chinese cuisine has been a staple in Singapore’s culinary scene for centuries. The island has been a home to Chinese settlers since ancient times, and during the 1800s, an influx of migrants from the Asian mainland brought culinary traditions that heavily influenced Singapore’s culinary landscape. Today, you’ll find China’s influence on Singapore’s foodscape stamped across the country, from the bustling streets of Chinatown, to the outermost fringes of the island. Sichuan restaurants in Singapore stand as some of the most popular establishments for those looking to savour authentic Chinese dishes, with menus brimming with hearty ingredients, bold spices and intense aromas. Menus at Sichuan restaurants in Singapore are some of the most diverse in Chinese cuisine, with an incredible array of specialty ingredients, cooking techniques and signature flavours. Experience it all when you explore the delectable Sichuan restaurants Singapore has to offer.

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Yi Qi Pin Lao Si Chuan 老四川 - Tiong Bahru

Tiong Bahru
Sichuan$$$$
4.6/625
Yi Qi Pin Lao Si Chuan 老四川 - Tiong Bahru

Qi - House of Sichuan

Marina Bay
Sichuan$$$$
4.9/614
Qi - House of Sichuan
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Old Chengdu Sichuan Cuisine Restaurant

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
5.7/66
Old Chengdu Sichuan Cuisine Restaurant
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Sichuan Kungfu Fish

Esplanade
Chinese$$$$
6.0/61
Sichuan Kungfu Fish

Si Wei Mao Cai 思味冒菜

Chinatown
Sichuan$$$$
4.7/616
Si Wei Mao Cai 思味冒菜

Shu Yan Sichuan Cuisine

River Valley
Chinese$$$$
5.6/68
Shu Yan Sichuan Cuisine

Si Shu Sze Chuan Cuisine

Geylang
Sichuan$$$$
4.0/66
Si Shu Sze Chuan Cuisine

Si Wei Chuan Chuan 思味串串

Chinatown
Hotpot$$$$
Si Wei Chuan Chuan 思味串串
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Fat Bird 胖胖鸡 - Serangoon Gardens

Serangoon
Chinese$$$$
Fat Bird 胖胖鸡 - Serangoon Gardens

Tian Yi Dian West Coast

Clementi
Sichuan$$$$
Tian Yi Dian West Coast
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四川饭店 Sichuan Restaurant

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
四川饭店 Sichuan Restaurant

Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Serangoon Gardens

Serangoon
Chinese$$$$
5.0/641
Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Serangoon Gardens

Le Fuse Cafe

Serangoon
Chinese$$$$
5.5/621
Le Fuse Cafe

Szechuan Court

City Hall
Sichuan$$$$
4.2/69
Szechuan Court

Forbidden Duck Singapore

Marina Bay
Sichuan$$$$
4.5/628
Forbidden Duck Singapore

Ba Shu Sichuan Restaurant

Bedok
Sichuan$$$$
4.8/620
Ba Shu Sichuan Restaurant

(O)Hong Tai Yang Bing Pu

Geylang
Sichuan$$$$
5.0/63
(O)Hong Tai Yang Bing Pu
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    Spice up for your life with Sichuan cuisine

    If you’re a fan of fiery flavours and spice, you’ll be pleased with what’s waiting for you at Singapore’s Sichuan restaurants. Sharp chilli paste, generous portions of garlic and the famous Sichuan pepper form the base of many favourite dishes, making this cuisine one that you’ll be craving, time and time again. The Sichuan province itself is a diverse one, resulting in a plethora of various locally grown produce and ingredients, ensuring traditional Sichuan dishes are unique, creative and always flavoursome. Even the most discerning of diners won’t have trouble finding something that satisfies their tastebuds at Sichuan restaurants in Singapore.
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    Delve into delicious dishes at Sichuan restaurants in Singapore

    Chinese food is well known for its variety, and Sichuan cuisine is reminiscent of this diversity. Some favourite dishes range from the popular kung pao chicken with chicken, peanuts and vegetables stir-fried with chilli peppers, or the mapo doufu, a fiery dish consisting of tofu and meat, or of course, the hot pot, also known as steamboat which is a simmering pot brimming with your choice of meat and vegetables that definitely gets those senses tingling. So best pay a visit to one of Singapore’s best Sichuan restaurants to indulge in these dishes, along with plenty more interesting and certainly flavoursome Sichuan specialties.
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    Please your palate in Singapore’s Sichuan restaurants

    Whether it’s a Kung Pao chicken you’re after, delicious dan dan noodles, or the famous twice-cooked pork, one thing is for sure, Sichuan is the king of Chinese cuisines. A go-to choice if you’re out to impress a fussy foodie, Sichuan restaurants in Singapore will never fail to disappoint. And when you’re ready to give them ago, jump on Quandoo, book a table and get those tastebuds ready!