Finding the Best Chinese Food in Singapore around you

Authentic, affordable and diverse Chinese food
Teochew: • Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine
Cantonese: • Ka-SohMan Fu Yuan
Jiangnan, Yunnan and others: • Crystal Jade Jiang NanLokkeeShang Social藝 yì by Jereme LeungYun Nans

Chinese cuisine entails the kind of food that’s suitable for all occasions. Be it for a special event or just a simple comfort meal, you know the best Chinese food will always do the trick.

From Cantonese to Sichuan and many others, we’ve done the work for you. Here’re 9 of the best Chinese food in Singapore that will suit all your budget requirements. Save the hassle and order in from these restaurants which provide islandwide delivery!

1. Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine

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Braised Duck with Beancurd 卤鸭拼豆干 ($21) is an iconic Teochew dish that’s a must-get at Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine.

Chui Huay Lim Teochew Cuisine prides itself on its long-established history of specialising in Teochew cuisine. Enjoy a lavish feast of iconic Teochew dishes such as Braised Duck with Beancurd 卤鸭拼豆干 ($21) and Teochew ‘Puning’ Fermented Bean Chicken 普宁豆酱走地鸡 ($25.90 per half). You can also expect to find classic Teochew side dishes like Deep Fried ‘Ngoh Hiang’ 五香枣 ($15.30) and Deep Fried Liver Rolls 香炸肝花 ($17.50). Finally, end off on a sweet note with their creamy, rich Yam Paste with Pumpkin and Ginkgo Nuts 金瓜福果芋泥 ($6.20).

2. Crystal Jade Jiang Nan

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Having guests over? Impress them with Crystal Jade Jiang Nan’s Pu-er Tea Smoked Crispy Duck 茶熏鸭 (from $39.60).

Part of the multi-award-winning Crystal Jade group, Crystal Jade Jiang Nan features dishes with inspirations from Jiangnan and Sichuan. If you’re an avid duck lover, the herbaceous Pu-er Tea Smoked Crispy Duck 茶熏鸭 (from $39.60) is worth a shot. For something warm and spicy, try the Poached Sliced Fish in Szechuan Spicy Soup 水煮鱼 ($31.90) and Mala Crispy Roasted Chicken 麻辣脆皮烧鸡 (from $21.60). Lastly, cleanse your palate with a soothing Double-boiled Snow Pear with Osmanthus 桂花炖雪梨 ($10.10).

3. Ka-Soh

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When at Ka-Soh, you can’t go wrong with their Slice Fish Noodles Soup 鱼片米粉汤 (from $9.60).

A pioneer of traditional Cantonese-style fish soup, Ka-Soh is a brand that has become synonymous with the dish. The Michelin Bib Gourmand awardee’s signature dish is none other than their Slice Fish Noodles Soup 鱼片米粉汤 (from $9.60). Also popular are their San Lou Horfun 三捞河粉 from ($11.30), Fish Head Noodles Soup 鱼头米粉汤 (from $10.80) and Deep Fried Frogs w Ginger Slices 姜片炸田鸡 (from $25.50). That said, even if you’re not a fan of fish soup, just their mouthwatering Prawn Paste Chicken 虾酱鸡 (from $17.30) is already worth the try.

4. Lokkee

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Have a taste of Lokkee’s take on General Tso’s Chicken 左宗棠鸡 ($23.55), a popular Chinese takeaway dish in America.

Lokkee by TungLok Group features Chinese comfort food but with a uniquely playful and western twist! Taking inspiration from Chinese takeaways in America, some of their top dishes include the sweet-savoury General Tso’s Chicken 左宗棠鸡 ($23.55) and X.O. Crab Meat Fried Rice X.O.蟹肉炒饭 ($21.40). If you’re looking for something more adventurous, try appetisers like the Cheese Burger Egg Roll 牛肉春卷 ($17.20), Chilli Crab Cake 辣椒蟹饼 ($17.20) and ‘Mala’ Fries 麻辣薯条 ($10.70).

5. Madame Fan

For those of you looking for a spectacular gastronomical showcase, look no further than Madame Fan. The theatre-dining concept serves up Chinese classics but with a bold and playful twist. Indulge in elevated dishes like Jasmine Tea Smoked Ribs ($40.70) and Australian Rib-eye Beef, Sarawak black pepper ($51.40). From their dim sum menu, there’s the Stir Fried XO Mooli Cake ($17.10), Scallop Shu Mai (3pcs for $19.30), Custard Bun (3pcs for $8.60) and many others!

6. Man Fu Yuan

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Delectably sweet and savoury, Man Fu Yuan’s Honey-glazed barbecued duroc pork belly 蜜汁豚肉黑叉烧 ($28) is the perfect dish for all meat lovers.

With all the buzz around staycations lately, Man Fu Yuan aims to help recreate that experience for you at home. The InterContinental Singapore hotel restaurant is famous for dishes like Honey-glazed barbecued duroc pork belly 蜜汁豚肉黑叉烧 ($28). They also serve Chinese classics such as Classic sea cucumber, spicy minced pork 驰名谭公海参 ($50) and Sautéed pork, sweet and sour sauce, pineapple, lychee 波罗荔枝咕噜肉 ($30). Don’t forget to check out their dim sum selection too.; think Yam Cake ($22) and Lor Mai Gai (Glutinous Rice with Chicken) ($18).

7. Shang Social

Fire up your taste buds with Shang Social’s Spicy Sichuan Chicken 蓉城口水鸡 ($20.10) which packs a punch!

Shang Social has its only outlet sitting in Jewel Changi Airport and is one of the go-to places for Chinese fine dining. Indulge in premium selections such as their Spicy Sichuan Chicken 蓉城口水鸡 ($20.10) and Seafood Fried Rice with Ikura 太子炒饭 ($39.40). Likewise, you can expect their dim sum offerings to be top-notch. From the soft and tender Beng Hiang Kong Ba Bao 茗香扣肉花包 (2pcs for $9.20) to Pan Fried Turnip Cake with Chinese Sausage 腊味萝卜糕 (3pcs for $7.30) to Steamed Lotus Leaf Rice 荷叶饭 ($7.30), everything is delicious and exquisite.

8. 藝 yì by Jereme Leung


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藝 yì by Jereme Leung is the brainchild of renowned Singaporean chef, Jereme Leung, who has over 9 restaurants worldwide. A homecoming of sorts for Chef Jereme, this restaurant features a diverse menu with inspirations from across China. Savour on reimagined Chinese favourites like Barbecue Pork Cha Siew, Roasted Pineapple ($30) and Crispy Pork Belly, Fiery Pickled Chilies ($31). Additionally, you can also try Chef Jereme’s personal favourite drinking snacks: Candied Century Eggs, Roasted Peppers, Pickled Ginger ($10.80), Sichuan Spicy Chicken, Luncheon Meat ($10.80) and Wine Pickled Edamame, Sesame Black Pepper Dressing ($10.80).

9. Yun Nans

Warm and comforting, Yun Nan’s Steamed Pot Chicken Soup with Matsutake Mushroom 松茸汽锅鸡 ($17.10 per pax) never fails to hit all the right spots.

Yunnan cuisine is a lesser-known cuisine in Singapore. Nevertheless, Yun Nans has shone a light on it by opening up not one, but two outlets here! A must-try is the soothingly delectable Steamed Pot Chicken Soup with Matsutake Mushroom 松茸汽锅鸡 ($17.10 per pax). If you’re a salted egg fan, make sure to get the Deep-fried Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk with Jasmine Petals 酥香茉莉咸蛋虾球 ($28.60) too. Other interesting dishes include Stir Fried Pork Collar with Scallions 三葱炒猪颈肉 ($19.40) and Crispy Duck with Dried Chilli 香酥鸭 ($18.30).