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Chef Chan's Restaurant 神厨三绝

Asian, Cantonese, Chinese

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17 votes

63330073

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 14:30

Mon - Sat: 18:30 - 22:30

Closed: Sun

$95 based on 12 reviews
This restaurant is named for its chef not only because he helms the kitchen, but also because it's his personal collection of antiques and artworks that decorates the sumptuous restaurant. The regularly changing menu features his classics like crispy roast chicken, as well as new and delicately prepared dishes. See what foodies like this place for
live2eat.travel • 19 Feb 201375 reviews 0 followers

While Chef Chan Chen Hei has left the restaurant now helmed by his discipline, there was nothing I could fault on both the food and service. See full review and pictures at http://live2eatdottravel.blogspot.sg/2013/02/chef-chans-restaurant.html. Was recommended its set menus but decided to go for à la carte dishes instead. Appetiser was two pieces of deep-fried suckling pig, its thin skin crispy and not hard, stuffed with succulent shrimp paste. On the side of this dish was crunchy, sweet and tangy...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner5 votes
  • Quiet5 votes
  • Fine Dining4 votes
  • Private Dining4 votes
  • Business Dining3 votes

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live2eat.travel • 19 Feb 201375 reviews 0 followers

While Chef Chan Chen Hei has left the restaurant now helmed by his discipline, there was nothing I could fault on both the food and service. See full review and pictures at http://live2eatdottravel.blogspot.sg/2013/02/chef-chans-restaurant.html. Was recommended its set menus but decided to go for à la carte dishes instead. Appetiser was two pieces of deep-fried suckling pig, its thin skin crispy and not hard, stuffed with succulent shrimp paste. On the side of this dish was crunchy, sweet and tangy...

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Ee • 12 Jan 2013219 reviews 16 followers

I had the opportunity to attend a biz lunch there and had the set lunch at $38++ per pax. The photos, by the way, are terrible as I had to sneakily snap them with my phone.
 
Steamed pork dumpling and deep fried prawn in pumpkin sauce - the pork dumpling is siew mai really which was okay but the prawn was fresh and crunchy and literally drowned in the rather tasty gooey pumpkin sauce.
 
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910910 • 17 Oct 2011316 reviews 86 followers

The very first time that we went to eat was during Dim Sum and when it was located at Odeon Tower. It went to shift to another place whereby I couldn't keep trace where did it settle at. Until it reappeared to my knowing, now it's at the national museum. However, the theme and the environment have changed to a very strange and unfamiliar to me. As I still can recalled that we were sitting at the Odeon Tower branch,...

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