Xiao Mu Deng serves traditional Chong Qing hotpot in all-you-can-eat buffet setting. Its décor & furnishings mimics olden-day restaurants in Southwest China that provide patrons a nostalgic dining experience.
EvenTasty 一碗田 Noodle Bar is a Chinese restaurant specialising in hand-pulled noodles served in flavorful broths from Herbal Pork Bone soup, Hot & Sour soup, Pumpkin soup, to Tomato soup. The brand also offers other popular side dishes from China.
Pine Tree Cafe Vegetarian is a restaurant located in Fortune Centre, near to the famous Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple. The outlet offers vegetarian versions of common Singaporean fare like Chicken Rice, Laksa, Nasi Lemak and more.
Gin Khao offers its diners an extensive selection of Thai food at affordable prices. Signature dishes include Watermelon Fried Rice, Crayfish with Glass Noodle, Stir-Fried Squid layered with Runny Salted Egg & more.
Bei Fang Ren Jia is a Chinese restaurant serving authentic dishes from various parts of China. Signature dishes include Chongqing grilled fish, Sauerkraut fish, grilled lamb skewers, and ground kettle chicken.
Mouth Restaurant, also known as Mouth Kitchen, offers Chinese cuisine in downtown Singapore. It is famous for its freshly handmade dim sum served during lunch hours. Other popular dishes include Chilli Crab, Peking Duck & Phoenix Fish.
Mun Ting Xiang started off as one of the pioneers in Taiwanese bubble tea in Ang Mo Kio and has now returned. Its crispy salted chicken, french fries, blue coral bubble tea were hugely popular in 1990s.