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Dian Xiao Er (Nex) 店小二

Asian, Chinese

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8 votes

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Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 22:00

Sat, Sun &: 11:30 - 22:00

$28 based on 6 reviews
To make a free reservation,
call our hotline on 6884 6884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 66344828)

Dian Xiao Er is a restaurant serving traditional Chinese cuisine. The restaurant's rustic ambiance serves to complement the house specialty.

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Tricky123 • 31 Aug 201417 reviews 0 followers

Chinese history theme park decor, old Chinese inn interior decor, fantastic herbal duck with Ten Wonder Herbs, knockout Spicy and Sour Fish Slices - well worth a visit, and a repeat visit, in fact.

Plenty more detail and lots of photos here:

http://www.thedarksmile.com/blog/review-of-dian-xiao-er-serangoon-nex-02-0910-singapore.html

By the way, not sure the whole calorie-counting thing is necessary when you are trying to chow down on delicious feast of Chinese food - I'd hardly come to a Chinese restaurant if I was trying to lose weight to be honest.


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  • Healthier Dining Partner

    Health Promotion Board

    01 Sep 2014 - 30 Nov 2014

    Claypot Lunch Set for Two at $29.90++ (Usual Price $37.10)

    Enjoy healthy lunch set for 2 pax (<1000 kcal per set):
    - Braised Sea Cucumber, Mushroom & Pork Tendon
    - Stir Fried Pea Pod Tips
    - White Rice (2 portions)

    Retrieve the coupon from here: http://bit.ly/HPB_DianXiaoErCoupon and present at the restaurant to enjoy the deal.
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    03 Nov 2014 - 20 Nov 2014

    FREE Herbal Roast Duck (U.P $27.30) when book online with HungryGoWhere with a minimum of 4 persons!
    Available at the following outlets:
    Bedok Mall, Jurong Point 2, Serangoon NEX, Tampines 1

    Terms & Conditions:
    1. Reservations must be made through HungryGoWhere Website or Mobile App.
    2. Minimum booking of 4 persons applies.
    3. Limited to one serving of Duck Roasted with Ten Wonder Herbs (medium portion)redemption per reservation.
    4. Minimum spending of $20 per reservation and applicable for ala carte orders only.
    5. Not valid with other ongoing promotions or discounts.
    6. Valid from Mondays to Thursdays only.
    7. This promotion is while stocks last, and may be withdrawn by the organizer at any point of time.

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  • Children/Family3 votes
  • Dinner3 votes
  • Healthy Eating3 votes
  • Lunch3 votes

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What others are saying...

Tricky123 • 31 Aug 201417 reviews 0 followers

Chinese history theme park decor, old Chinese inn interior decor, fantastic herbal duck with Ten Wonder Herbs, knockout Spicy and Sour Fish Slices - well worth a visit, and a repeat visit, in fact.

Plenty more detail and lots of photos here:

http://www.thedarksmile.com/blog/review-of-dian-xiao-er-serangoon-nex-02-0910-singapore.html

By the way, not sure the whole calorie-counting thing is necessary when you are trying to chow down on delicious feast of Chinese food - I'd hardly come to a Chinese restaurant if I was trying to lose weight to be honest.


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Spicy and Sour Fresh Fish Slices
Food Esteem • 29 Jun 2014116 reviews 5 followers

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make your calories count • 12 Jan 2014141 reviews 1 followers

Please refer to http://www.makeyourcaloriescount.com/2014/01/sg-dian-xiao-er-chinese-new-year-meals.html for review in full, complete with pictures.
 
Dian Xiao Er is one of our favourite Chinese restaurants when it comes to casual dining. Like the olden days, Dian Xiao Er (which literally translates to servers at inns or taverns) symbolizes a pit-stop for travellers to rest and replenish their energy before setting off to continue hectic journeys. In the modern context, I guess we all need to take a pit-stop to load up on...

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