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Dian Xiao Er (VivoCity) (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 & PH: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 68846884
+65 63769786
$23 based on 55 submissions
Dinner (24 votes), Lunch (22 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (16 votes)
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Good Roast Duck at Vivo City!

I was at Vivo City and wanted a place for lunch. I remembered this restaurant that serves roast duck as Vivo City. I headed to the restaurant and was just in time for their last order. I ordered their herbal roast duck, which has a fragrant aroma. The sauce is made with 10 different types of herbs, and when eaten with the duck, its delicious. Even eating the duck and the duck on its own (without rice), its not salty. The skin of the duck is crispy even with the sauce poured over it. The meat is tender and moist, not dry at all. Loved the roast duck here. Highly recommended!

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• 16 Mar 2015 • 455 reviews • 4 followers

Good Roast Duck at Vivo City!

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I was at Vivo City and wanted a place for lunch. I remembered this restaurant that serves roast duck as Vivo City. I headed to the restaurant and was just in time for their last order. I ordered their herbal roast duck, which has a fragrant aroma. The sauce is made with 10 different types of herbs, and when eaten with the duck, its delicious. Even eating the duck and the duck on its own (without rice), its not salty. The skin of the duck is crispy even with the sauce poured over it. The meat is tender and moist, not dry at all. Loved the roast duck here. Highly recommended!
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• 09 Jun 2014 • 27 reviews • 0 follower

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Had meals at dian xiao er on several occassions.. visited their branch at vivocity and Lot 1... so far their food is up to standard and very yummy. 

Some of their dishes that i would recommand... 
1. golden lotus root with pumpkin- deep fried lotus root to very crunchy and top with pumpkin salted egg sauce-- super sinful and yummy!

2. silver cod fish with superior soy sace- crunchy on the outside, soft inside, this fish is one of my favourite

3. mongolian spare ribs- spare ribs in sour and spicy mongolian sauce.. yum!

More detailed review and photos:
http://eatplaycook22.blogspot.sg/2014/06/eat-satisfying-meal-at-dian-xiao-er-lot.html


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• 07 Dec 2013 • 19 reviews • 18 followers

It is nice place for dinning.

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It is the first time I went to dian xiao er to have dinner as I always thought it is only famous for selling duck meat but I am wrong. When I first entered the restaurant, the design gives a feeling that I am entering Inn (like those chinese ancient drama). The restaurant was quite well decorated. We ordered a family Set A and Set B (each set we choose 4 pax share). In this way, we are able to taste more dishes :)

Overall, the service is quite good. However, the air con is kind of cold which blow the food cold fast ... We spent slightly less than $200 for 8 people which is quite affordable. Furthermore, we get to try a wide variety of food.

For the full review check out my blog :)
http://finaldustjourney.blogspot.sg/2013/12/dian-xiao-er.html
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