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(Closed) Zhou's Kitchen (Square 2) (周庄)

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Zhou's Kitchen is a casual dining restaurant that serves Chinese cuisines. The restaurant offers all-time Chinese favourites as well as a wide variety of ala carte dishes. An outlet is located at Square 2.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 14:30

Sat, Sun &: 11:00 - 14:30

Daily: 15:00 - 17:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 68931123
$22 based on 29 submissions
High Tea (10 votes), Lunch (9 votes), Buffet (8 votes)
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simple fare

There are set menus as well as ala-carte option to choose from. Average prices for a main meat dish goes from $16 upwards.

My dining companion wanted steamed fish, so he chose the steamed seabass (@$24++), and I've read about crispy roasted chicken, so we ordered half portion (@$16++) of that and of course, finally a plate of vegetables, in the form of stir fried sambal kai lan, plus two bowls of white rice. Simple dinner.

The food arrived after just a short wait, and three dishes (two meats and one vegetable) do seem like a lot of food for two pax! The crispy chicken was yummy and I liked it. Its skin was thin and crispy, while the meat was still moist and tender, especially the ribs and thigh meat.

The fish dish was a little surprising for me. It came in a elongated metal dish with fire burning at the bottom separate dish to keep warm. The white milky broth made it seemed as though we're eating fish soup instead of steamed fish. There were lots of tofu cubes in this dish as well. The soup was tasty but wouldn't recommend to eat the preserved vege (salted vege) though as it was still quite salty. Some may find this dish a little fishy but it was fine for us.

The stir fried kailan wasn't really spicy, just nicely fragrant with the sambal. Goes well with the rice.

There are discounts for Tunglok card members, so the price listed here is assuming without any discounts.

For more pictures, you may wish to visit here.

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• 05 Jun 2012 • 243 reviews • 10 followers

simple fare

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There are set menus as well as ala-carte option to choose from. Average prices for a main meat dish goes from $16 upwards.

My dining companion wanted steamed fish, so he chose the steamed seabass (@$24++), and I've read about crispy roasted chicken, so we ordered half portion (@$16++) of that and of course, finally a plate of vegetables, in the form of stir fried sambal kai lan, plus two bowls of white rice. Simple dinner.

The food arrived after just a short wait, and three dishes (two meats and one vegetable) do seem like a lot of food for two pax! The crispy chicken was yummy and I liked it. Its skin was thin and crispy, while the meat was still moist and tender, especially the ribs and thigh meat.

The fish dish was a little surprising for me. It came in a elongated metal dish with fire burning at the bottom separate dish to keep warm. The white milky broth made it seemed as though we're eating fish soup instead of steamed fish. There were lots of tofu cubes in this dish as well. The soup was tasty but wouldn't recommend to eat the preserved vege (salted vege) though as it was still quite salty. Some may find this dish a little fishy but it was fine for us.

The stir fried kailan wasn't really spicy, just nicely fragrant with the sambal. Goes well with the rice.

There are discounts for Tunglok card members, so the price listed here is assuming without any discounts.

For more pictures, you may wish to visit here.

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  • crispy roasted chicken
• 01 Apr 2012 • 34 reviews • 0 follower

Average Food. Chinese (Mainland) style service.

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I like to go to this place even though most of the wait staff have the mainland chinese attitude in service.

Something that we like to order are here... [My dishes]

Another recommended place if you live near the area.

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• 21 Jan 2012 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

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Normal dim sum buffet with quite limited choice. The food is okay but the portion given is too large for 2 person i.e. most plates come with 4 pieces...I ordered the garlic pork slice and that come a small mountian of pork which is diffcult to finish by 2 person. The horfun is almost the same portion as the zichar stall and this defeats the purpose of having wanted to eat buffet...was hopping to try a bit of everything. The soup are nice though.
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