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Hollywood China Bistro

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Located in Universal Studios Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa, Hollywood China Bistro specialises in Cantonese Cuisine and Dim Sum with buffet that are available during breakfast.

Daily: 10:00 - 19:00

+65 65778888
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quick fix American Chinese food

Located in the Universal Studios vicinity, Hollywood China Bistro is a typical American Chinese diner that offers a quick set lunch for the impatient diner looking for a quick fix before hitting the rides.

At a recent visit, I tired a set ($16.80) which comes with slightly overcooked ee fu noodles, roasted duck,starchy corn soup and some jelly for dessert. The duck was done pretty well, a little on the wet side but the breast meat was firm and tasty.

Food was served quickly and service staff were efficient, making this place an ideal eat and run destination.

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• 05 Mar 2014 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

quick fix American Chinese food

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Located in the Universal Studios vicinity, Hollywood China Bistro is a typical American Chinese diner that offers a quick set lunch for the impatient diner looking for a quick fix before hitting the rides.

At a recent visit, I tired a set ($16.80) which comes with slightly overcooked ee fu noodles, roasted duck,starchy corn soup and some jelly for dessert. The duck was done pretty well, a little on the wet side but the breast meat was firm and tasty.

Food was served quickly and service staff were efficient, making this place an ideal eat and run destination.
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• 20 Dec 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

Rubber Band Found in Ee-Fu Noodles!!

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Visited this plc on 19th Dec 2010. Was having lunch with my 3 yr old son, sister, brother and sister-in-law along with her parents and my 1 yr old nephew. During the midst of our lunch, within the plate of EE-Fu noodles, to his horror, my brother found a RUBBER BAND in the noodles. The staff were quick in removing the plate and we did not manage to snap any pixs. Luckily I had not scoop any noodles for my son. Can you imagine what will be the outcome if a young kid actually consumes it. The worst thing, the rubber band is those beige type which one will assume it's part of the noodles unless u start chewing on it. And although the staff apologized but they don't seems to be that sorry at all!! All they said was to change a new plate for us. I simply refused as seeing such thing, I will not want another plate. I seriously will not recommend this place.
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