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Dian Xiao Er (Tampines 1) (店小二)

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

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:30

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 22:00

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

+65 67836068
$23 based on 27 submissions
Children/Family (7 votes), Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (6 votes)
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good food & service

Very satisfied by the meal. Went for the HGW promotion - half a herbal duck with a booking of min $20 alacarte dishes for 4-10 pax. Also ordered half a dangui duck, a large baby kailan w salted fish n lime, a medium seafood fried rice w xo sauce and a wheatgrass bean curd. Between the two duck dishes I personally felt the dangui one had crisper skin, both sauces were good but the herbal one was sweeter. The baby kailan was awesome, probably my favorite dish.

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• 08 May 2015 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

Fly in chilli!

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Found a housefly floating in their chilli container! I immediately told the waitress and she gave a quick apology and passed me a new container. The service staff was stoic looking and before we finish our meal, we were asked to foot the bill! The quality of food also deteriorated.... When we ask if we could have more sauce for the herbal duck, we were asked to pay an extra dollar for a small bowl! This is really bad company policy and service!
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• 17 Nov 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

good food & service

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Very satisfied by the meal. Went for the HGW promotion - half a herbal duck with a booking of min $20 alacarte dishes for 4-10 pax. Also ordered half a dangui duck, a large baby kailan w salted fish n lime, a medium seafood fried rice w xo sauce and a wheatgrass bean curd. Between the two duck dishes I personally felt the dangui one had crisper skin, both sauces were good but the herbal one was sweeter. The baby kailan was awesome, probably my favorite dish.
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• 20 Jul 2013 • 37 reviews • 11 followers

Consistent quality and great service

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Casual dinning, good quality food at affordable price. Roast duck is definitely one of the best you can find in Singapore. Online reservation available at HGW for 4 pax and above.
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