Saturday, November 8, 2008

Sichuan Restaurant @ Singapore Chinatown.

Sichuan Restaurant is situated at New Bridge Road at Singapore Chinatown. The waitresses and the cooks are mostly from China. Around dinner time, the waitresses will be standing along the pathway to woo the passer by to dine at the restaurant.

We decided to give this restaurant a try. First we ordered fried rice with marinated vegetable and shrimp meat. It tasted alright but a bit oily.

Then comes the stir fry squid with chilli. Taste good but again appear oily

For soup, we opted boiled beef in tomato soup. Sweet and sour. Nice. This is the first time I tasted a beef souped cooked in this manner.

So far so good until these dishes came along. The Kailan and the braise spiral shell were a letdown. Some of the spiral shell had foul smell. Hence, we conclude it was not fresh. The kailan was oily.

I always try the local beer in every country I visited and Singapore is no exception. Their local beer is the award winning Tiger beer. It's good to gulp some authentic beer as the beers found in my place are mostly imitation.

Anyway, for all the above dishes and the drink cost me SGD33. Due to the bad spiral shells and oily food, I would not recommend this restaurant.

9 comments:

Johnny Ong said...

waaaaaaaah really tak boleh tahan

dede said...

the foods look yummy,..and i feel hungry bro,..

WanWan said...

quite resonable price la... but what so special about the TIGER beer at s'pore compare to m'sia?? hehe

Borneo Falcon said...

I should clarify this. Tiger beer in Sibu, my hometown, is imitation. I not referring Malaysia in general.

Nanaybelen said...

me and my kids like so much fried rice from any chinese restaurant

TNH said...

honestly say that from the picture, the kailan and the braise spiral shell look more tasty than other dishes...hehe..that is what come to my mind before i read your comment of those two dishes

shawnn loo said...

Woo... I like those food... :-P but I dun like drink beers.. haha!

Ivana said...

It is great that u also show one part of the singapore chinatown

Johnny said...

I would love it!!
I miss chinese food now...

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