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Chinatown Traditional Kitchen

Asian, Chinese, Hokkien, Hong Kong, Thai

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8 votes

62229700

Sun - Thu: 08:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 08:00 - 00:00

Breakfast from 08.00
Lunch and Dinner from 11.00 to 23.00

$13 based on 9 reviews
HK Wanton Mee • KL Fried Hokkien Thick Noodles • Salted Egg Yolk Chicken (view menu)

The eating house decors provide the reminiscence of the past kopitiam of the early Chinatown in the luxury of modern air conditioning.

Apart from the freshly brewed hot coffee and tea, we serve the most traditional Singaporean home cooked dishes just like in the 60swhere our early immigrants came to settle in Chinatown of then Singapura. The wide varieties of simple dishes evolved from recipes of our grandmother’s era. The kitchen serves a buffet of various local dishes neatly displayed in warm servers during the lunch hours along with homebrewed chinese herbal drinks to beat the afternoon heat.

Breakfast starts at 8am, lunch & dinner from 11am to 11pm.
We serve a menu of the freshly cooked local delicacies straight from our kitchen. Our Kitchen is well situated in the heart of Chinatown adjourning our co-owned ‘Backpackers Inn Chinatown’ and ‘Cow & Coolies karaoke bar’ bearing similar retrolicion.

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EPICURIOUSCAN wordpress com • 18 Aug 2014218 reviews 29 followers

Kudos to the kind folks at HGW & CTK for the invitation
 
Chinatown Traditional Kitchen is somewhat unique as it is the F&B arm of The Rich Lodging & Leisure group. Sandwiched between the Cow & Coolies Karaoke Bar, as well as the Backpakers’ Inn along Mosque Street, quite impossible to miss. Humble as the façade seems, they roll out pretty impressive Tze-char from their kitchen, helmed by a chef who hails from across the causeway.
 
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EPICURIOUSCAN wordpress com • 18 Aug 2014218 reviews 29 followers

Kudos to the kind folks at HGW & CTK for the invitation
 
Chinatown Traditional Kitchen is somewhat unique as it is the F&B arm of The Rich Lodging & Leisure group. Sandwiched between the Cow & Coolies Karaoke Bar, as well as the Backpakers’ Inn along Mosque Street, quite impossible to miss. Humble as the façade seems, they roll out pretty impressive Tze-char from their kitchen, helmed by a chef who hails from across the causeway.
 
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Hoongy ! • 12 Aug 20141844 reviews 253 followers

Located at Chinatown, this no frills hole in the wall offers hawker style Malaysian fare at very reasonable prices. With a backpacking option available, one can even rest after a food coma.
 
Down to the food, the Hong Kong Wanton Mee and the KL Hokkien Mee are the signature dishes here. The wanton mee offers a springy feel while the Malaysian Hokkien Mee has that thick dark sauce noodles that is prevalent across the causeway.
 
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PURPLE • 08 Aug 2014233 reviews 10 followers

This place is tucked at the far end of Mosque Street, assuming one is walking from the direction of Chinatown MRT.
 
One can opt for zhichar dishes at night. This place serves KL fried hokkien mee using thick round noodles. Portion was generous too.
 
Tried a couple of signatures and here are my recommendations: Claypot Snow Fish, Salted Egg Yolk Chicken and Butter fried fish fillet.
 
The Claypot Snow Fish was strongly flavoured and its sauce plays...

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