Best 7 Sichuan Restaurants in Singapore

Published - 06 April 2021, Tuesday
  • Chong Qing Grilled Fish

This numbingly spicy cuisine is certainly not for the faint-hearted, but Sichuan is its own kind of heavenly torture for those who enjoy burning it up with a proper Mala fix! With seven aspects of flavour in its dishes — aromatic, spicy, peppery, bitter, sour, sweet, and salty — Sichuan spice is a worthy addiction for hotheads.

If you’re game to brave the heat, Expat Choice shortlists the best Sichuan restaurants in Singapore, where you can look forward to relishing some fiery feasting on the spiciest Mala dishes in town! Image Credit: Chong Qing Grilled Fish - Singapore Facebook Page

Chengdu

Chengdu​​​​​​​

Located in the CBD area, the authentic Sichuan cuisine served at Chengdu, brings you a serious hit of heat! The after-burn left on your tastebuds after working your way through an assortment of tasty dishes, cautions diners not to underestimate the spice levels you’ll find in this fiery dining experience. The chilli beef served on a crunchy fried honeycomb corn pastry calls for a round of seconds, while the scrumptious sweet and spicy grilled frog skewers are presented with a pleasing touch of theatrics! Image Credit: Chengdu Facebook Page

a. 74 Amoy St, Singapore 069893

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6221 9928

w. www.chengdusg.com/

s. www.facebook.com/Chengdusg/

Birds of a Feather

Birds Of A Feather SG​​​​​​​

Flock together at Birds of a Feather, where you’ll get an updated twist of contemporary western cuisine with pronounced Sichuan influence. Homing in on Sichuan flavours, the in-house splashing of Sichuan red oil and generous sprinklings of peppercorns can be spotted in almost all the menu offerings. For a chartered spice indulgence, go in for the delightful tasting menu Redefining Sichuan — which delivers a seven-course meal, where dishes progressively get spicier as diners explore the varied flavours of Sichuan! Image Credit: Birds Of a Feather SG Facebook Page

a. 115 Amoy St, #01-01, Singapore 069935

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6221 7449

w. www.birdsofafeather.com.sg/en_SG/

s. www.facebook.com/birdsofafeathersg/

Qi - House of Sichuan 

Qi house of sichuan

Sticking close to the traditional palate, Qi - House of Sichuan assures a delicious fireball episode for its diners! Dedicated efforts from Chef Wong Chun at the helm, brought about the restaurant obtaining a prized Michelin star in Hong Kong. Along with a great range of classic dishes that pack in the heat, the House also offers non-spicy and kid-friendly options — and even a special plant-based menu too! Look out for the fire icon on the menu, and prepare yourself to experience a wide spectrum of spiciness layered in dishes carrying explosive flavours! Image Credit: Qi - House of Sichuan Singapore Facebook Page

a. 8A Marina Boulevard #02-01, Marina Bay Link Mall Singapore, Singapore 018984

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6634 8277

w. www.qi-sichuan.sg/home

s. www.facebook.com/qihouseofsichuansg/

Chong Qing Grilled Fish

Chong Qing Grilled Fish

A quick history fact for those who don’t know — Chong Qing was originally part of the Sichuan province before it split in the 90’s. Therefore, the cuisine at Chong Qing Grilled Fish is inspired by its rich heritage and aims to take diners on a gastronomic journey, where they can immerse in a complete sensory cultural experience. This eatery specialises in grilled fish, letting its guests select their preferred choice of fish (marble goby or golden snapper) along with their side ingredients (pork balls, crab sticks, black fungus..) — and you even get to pick from seven different flavours and spice levels!  Don’t leave without sampling the signature grilled fish, which is marinated with more than 20 herbs and spices and charcoal-grilled to perfection! Image Credit: Chong Qing Grilled Fish - Singapore Facebook Page

a. 1 Liang Seah St, #01-05/06, Singapore 189022

t. +65 6333 9148

w. www.cqgf.com.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/cqgf.sg/

Le Fuse

Le Fuse

Be prepared to sweat it out at Le Fuse, with a brilliant halal fix of Sichuan food! With plenty of options on offer, this locale on Arab Street Singapore, has its kitchen team cooking up a storm of Sichuanese fusion. Food-wise, they serve a well concocted line-up of converging your more traditional fare with other cuisines, including fusion-Malay dishes. Tickle your spice cravings with signature dishes like — The Mala Xiang Guo (Spicy Hot Pot), Beef Noodles and Beef Dendeng Sichuan, amongst many more! Image Credit: Le Fuse Facebook Page

a. 47 Arab St, Singapore 199744

e. [email protected]

t. +65 8806 9700

s. www.facebook.com/lefusecafesg/

Haidilao

Haidilao Hot Pot

Hailing from Sichuan, Haidilao is popular for combining kinds of characteristics of hot pot from many places of China. Over the years, the brand has successfully forged a quality hot pot brand which has earned a widespread reputation for itself with 768 chain restaurants across the globe. Given their starry merits as a large-scale catering enterprise, this is one to note down for upcoming events requiring excellent catering services. The spicy Sichuan soup is well-loved here, and chefs offer diners showmanship performances with kneading hand-pulled homemade noodles right at your table! Image Credit: Haidilao Singapore Facebook Page

a. 68 Orchard Rd, #04-01 20, Plaza, Singapore 238839

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6250 0330

w. www.haidilao.com/sg/index/index.html

s. www.facebook.com/HaidilaoSingapore/

Si Wei Mao Cai

Si Wei Mao Cai​​​​​​​

If you’re craving some wicked good spicy food, Si Wei Mao Cai calls for a promising Sichuan stopover. Traditional dishes served at this authentic restaurant are brimming with peppercorns and heaps of dried chilli — so step inside to dine only if you can withstand the guaranteed heat! Favoured signature dishes include Miao Jia eggplant and aromatic pepper chicken, and the boiled fish fillet in hot Sichuan pepper sauce. Keep the tissues handy, because the food gauge here only moves from hot to hottest! Image Credit: SI WEI MAO CAI Facebook Page

a. 33 Mosque St, Singapore 059511

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6223 1170

w. siweimaocai.oddle.me/en_SG/

s. www.facebook.com/siweimaocai8/

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RATED 8 / 8

Cooking with passion, humble in origin, and deeply connected to the essence of contemporary western cuisine with Sichuan flavors. Every member of @BirdsOfAFeatherSG holds ideas, creativity, passion, emotion, and enthusiasm. They welcome you to flock together to this space!

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RATED 8 / 8

Visited Si Wei Mao Cai and can say it is one of the best Si Chuan restaurants in Singapore. Authentic Si Chuan taste and got the spicy kick that I wanted! The ambiance was nice too

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