#02-138/139, VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk, 098585
Asian, Chinese, Healthy
+65 68846884
+65 63769786

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:30

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 22:00

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

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$23 based on 58 submissions
Dinner (24 votes), Lunch (22 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (16 votes) ...

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

What others are eating here

  • Herbal Duck 8 votes
  • old style steam fish slices 3 votes
  • Herbal Ducks 2 votes
  • "Ten herbs roasted duck" 1 vote
  • 'dong bo' pork 1 vote
  • Angelica Herb Roasted Duck 1 vote
  • Angelica Herbs Roasted Duck & Fried Rice with Seafood XO Sauce 1 vote
  • Crocodile Soup 1 vote
  • Dian Xiao Er's Tofu 1 vote
  • Duck 1 vote
  • Duck duck duck! 1 vote
  • Fish Maw soup 1 vote
  • Ginseng Duck 1 vote
  • Herbal Roast Duck 1 vote
  • Mongolian Spare Ribs 1 vote
  • Poached Spinach with Century and Salted Egg 1 vote
  • Roast duck 1 vote
  • double-boiled soups 1 vote
  • fragrant nestum prawn 1 vote
  • golden lotus root with pumpkin 1 vote
  • herbal roast duck is the best! You must also try their mongolian spare ribs 1 vote
  • homemade tofu 1 vote
  • roasted duck with danggui 1 vote
  • see above 1 vote
  • silver cod fish with superior soy sauce 1 vote
  • soup of the day 1 vote
  • spinach with trio of eggs 1 vote
  • vegs with 3 kinds of eggs 1 vote
  • xiao er beancurd 1 vote


Double-Boiled Black Chicken Soup ...
160 kcal per bowl. With Astragalus & Condonopsis Root. Price stated is per bowl
Fish Maw Thick Soup with Seafood ...
250 kcal for small portion. Lower in calories. The Chinese prepares this dish during special occasions. Seafood is added with the stock giving it a complementing texture to satisfy the palate.
Double-Boiled Wintermelon with Conpoy ...
130 kcal per bowl. Lower in calories. A cooling light soup with the natural sweetness of dried scallops to give its robust flavor, this helps to eliminate heatiness and lethargy, a refreshing soup for many! Price stated is per bowl

Latest Review for Dian Xiao Er

Overall RatingBased on 50 reviews
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Dong po meat!

Total Reviews: 147

I am not a big fan of duck, and hates the smell of it to the core. My mum can be the witness! There are many occasion where my mum would scold me for being so choosy on food She would be very proud of me knowing that I do love the dishes from Dian Xiao er! Their duck dishes doesn't taste weird in any way, and is stuff with lots of nutritious herbs! If you feel like indulging yourself, do try the dong po meat! Thou it is full of fats, but trust me, one bite is all it takes for you to be addicted to the dish!

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best duck

Total Reviews: 160

dian xiao er has always been boasted as one of the better ducks in singapore. other than the london duck that has just arrived in singapore, i feel that the duck offered at dian xiao er is still the best. even though i feel that the one in malaysia ya wang offers better herbal duck but at least i do not need to travel all the way to malaysia to get it. 

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Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 203

This is a personal favourite of mine. And to put it simply, if you are sick of eating chicken and would like to have some duck, then dian xiao er is the place for you. Remember to try their signature roast duck. Apart from there, favourite dishes of mine would include the fried fish slices as well as their bean curd. If you would like to top up with a soup they do serve pretty tasty soup too. Even their small portions as stated on the menu can be quite generous which usually results in me needing to eat two sometimes up to three bowls of rice so as to be able to compliment and finish all the dishes. It is a shame that they seemed to have removed the early bird discount for the first 15 customers for lunch/dinner Despite so, price is fairly reasonable.

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