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(Closed) Hua Zhu Restaurant (Closed) 花竹

Asian, Cantonese, Chinese

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16 votes

64794075

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 17:30 - 22:30

$29 based on 8 reviews
Tucked away just off Farrer Road, this restaurant serves a full Chinese menu in a pleasant, unpretentious setting. Perennial favourites like prawn paste chicken, butter prawns and chilli crab are available, as are fresh innovations like sliced fish with rose wine. See what foodies like this place for
jonathantan • 30 Sep 20121 reviews 0 followers

Overall, this was really a bad dining experience for my family. Expats or tourists who are unfamiliar with but keen to try Chinese cuisine, please take my advice that you can have food that is much better at half the price elsewhere. Ask any local and I'm sure they can provide some recommendations. It amuses me too that the latest newspaper commentary on this restaurant was in 1988. If you like the quiet neighborhood ambiance, try something else in the...

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    jonathantan • 30 Sep 20121 reviews 0 followers

    Overall, this was really a bad dining experience for my family. Expats or tourists who are unfamiliar with but keen to try Chinese cuisine, please take my advice that you can have food that is much better at half the price elsewhere. Ask any local and I'm sure they can provide some recommendations. It amuses me too that the latest newspaper commentary on this restaurant was in 1988. If you like the quiet neighborhood ambiance, try something else in the...

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    jonathan tan 960 • 30 Sep 20121 reviews 0 followers

    Recommended by an expat friend and decided to give it a try, but it turned out to be my worst decision ever. Tucked in a neighborhood estate at Queen's street, it was mostly occupied by expats on a Sunday evening.
     
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    Food was mediocre and did not justify the exorbitant prices . Their signature prawns cost $34 for merely 10 small prawns (not fresh even though they proclaimed that they use fresh and not frozen prawns)...

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    Russ • 02 Sep 2012184 reviews 15 followers

    Of the 200+ reviews I have written here, this must be the lowest ranking place I have written about
     
    FOOD:
     
    Crispy squid - OK not too bad $26 large portion did not look anywhere near large.
     
    Moonlight noodles - OK quite fragrant and tasty portion was decent but not much ingredients other than noodles.
     
    Signature prawns - $48 for 10 large prawns is an absolute ripoff - my one prawn was not really that fresh so...

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