Spring roll is one of the famous dishes in the northern part of China. This restaurant located in Chinatown is

well known for their spring rolls.  Customers can choose to wrap it with meat, vegetable or other cold dishes

to go with the spring roll.

Over here, the restaurant selects good quality flour and use the traditional culinary style to bake the hand-made

spring rolls. It is chewy, soft and tasty.

Besides spring rolls, they also have other chinese dishes to offer too.

For instance, their steam prawns with wasabi sauce is really delicious and the flavoured dumplings is also one

of their signature dishes.

Address: 23 Smith St, (Chinatown) Singapore 058937

Opening Hours: 11am-12am

Tel No: 68357626

Loyalty Programme 01 – Free Concert For Our VIP Customers

Singapore Moutai Baijiu Pte Ltd has launched its Loyalty Program to reward lucky members.  For this reward, the TOP 6 customers who spent the most will be rewarded with Tanya Chua “Just Say So” concert tickets (a set of two category 1 tickets). If you are interested in buying Kweichow Moutai Baijiu from us, just head down to our store located at 560 Sims Avenue! Stand a chance at winning Tanya’s free tickets! Six sets of tickets are waiting for you to take!

Singapore Moutai Baijiu Pte Ltd will announce the winner on 18th November on CBAS website www.chinabaijiu.sg. (CBAS)


Da Miao Hotpot (大妙火锅) is a new restaurant just opened at the Clarke Quay. It is one of the

famous hotpot restaurant brands founded in Chengdu city in the Sichuan province. Having a

hotpot meal is mandatory for those who love spicy mala steamboat.

You can even choose the level of spiciness for the mala soup and there is also a “Yuan Yang”

soup flavour whereby the hot pot is divided into 2 halves so that you can have two different

soup bases.

On certain days, there will be traditional performances by their professional “Stage Artist”

while savouring the strong-flavoured soup base.

There are over 20+ types of ingredients for you to choose from and a wide variety of sauces

for you to mix & choose to satisfy your own taste preferences. The key attribute is the

combination of more than twenty spices, added with special plant oil and herbs, making it

delectable and creamy while not greasy.

Furthermore, the restaurant offers two renowned baijiu brands – Moutai and Guo Jiao 1573

for the Chinese baijiu lovers. What would have been better than pairing the great food with

the astonishing aromatic Chinese baijiu.

Way to go! Come along and dine at Da Miao for a taste of authentic Chengdu Mala hotpot now.

Address: Clarke Quay, #01-11-C, 3 River Valley Road



Pasta Brava

Pasta Brava

ocated at Craig Road, Pasta Brava was established in 1993 by Rolando Luceri, a former hotelier with over 40 years of experience in the food and beverage industry. Since then, Pasta Brava has garnered recognition as a great local Italian dining place in Singapore.

The warm ambience contains everything from pieces of art painted by the owner’s brother to the colourful drawings done up by the guests who take pride in seeing their work hanging on the walls, which add to the unique and homely feel.

The restaurant concentrates on traditional dishes ranging from the various regions in Italy and it is indeed famous for their handmade pasta. At Pasta Brava, you are able to choose what kind of style you would like your pasta to be. From pesto to arrabbiata etc. and many more.


Monday to Saturday
*Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays
Lunch: 12pm-2:30pm
Dinner: 6:30pm-10:30pm

Tel: 6227 7550

Address: 11 Craig Road, Tanjong Pagar, Singapore 089671

Si Wei Yan

Si Wei Yan

Si Wei Yan restaurant is newly opened by two SM2 students which serves authentic Sichuan cuisine in a modern & classic interior and they have another main outlet at Si Wei Mao Cai which serve similar food. Customers here can enjoy a wide range of food and wines in a soothing ambiance outdoor environment. The chefs utilise the Sichuan peppercorn, which imparts a spicy, tangy flavour to several of the restaurant’s tasty dishes. There is an incredible array of signature dishes that you’re unlikely to find elsewhere in the city and with the talented chefs specialised in chinese cuisine.  Make sure to reserve ahead if you want to dine in at this chinese restaurant.


Address: 1 Club St, 069400

Opening Hours: 11am–2:30pm, 5–10pm

Buffet Town

Buffet Town

Buffet Town is the new kid on the block of buffet restaurants. Located at Raffles City where Shokudo Japanese Food Bazaar used to sit, the restaurant aims to be the ultimate international buffet venue with an offering of over 300 food items.

They serve different variety of food such as local delights, rojak, chicken rice, chili crab and many other more etc. They also have western cuisine like pasta, pizza, steak and ribs; different desserts are available too.

There are fresh seafood buffet sections where unlimited portions of succulent seafood, chilled prawns, mussels, big and juicy freshly shucked oysters. However, it is available for dinner only.


Lunch (Mon-Fri): Adult $23.80++; Child $16.80++

Lunch (Sat-Sun, Eve of and PH): Adult $28.80++; Child $16.80++

Dinner (Mon-Thu): Adult $33.80++; Child $19.80++

Dinner (Fri-Sun, Eve of and PH): Adult $38.80++; Child $19.80++

Buffet rating:

Buffet Town

Raffles City Shopping Centre (City Hall MRT)

252 North Bridge Road #B1-44E

Singapore 179103

Tel: +65 6837 3793

Opening hours: Lunch: 11:30am to 3pm daily, Dinner: 6pm to 10:30pm daily

Jin Shan Lou

Jin Shan Lou

Step into a world where culinary art reaches its peak in austere Asian fashion.

Savour international neuvelle Chinese cuisine prepared by world-class chefs. Featuring a delicate spread of authentic Cantonese dim sum, Hunan and Sichuan dishes, the menu at Jin Shan Lou awaits to seduce your palate.

With 43 years of experience and accolades including the Ika Hoga Culinary Olympics and the Food & Hotel Asia Solon Culinaire, Master Chef Huang Ching Biao is one of the most highly regarded Chinese chefs in the world. Having personally served in the Taiwan presidential kitchen for royalty, presidents, high-ranking officials and the elite, Chef Huang is right at home with the art of highest tastes of satisfaction. They invite you to pamper your palate to the stately flair and contemporary essence of Chef Huang’s menu here at Jin Shan Lou.

The Main Dining Hall which is suitable for round table celebrations, are backed by artfully adorned walls and light-filled open space. The Lantern Rooms offer a unique ambience and the exclusivity of a lighted sculpted enclosure for semi-private dining. There are four VIP rooms; Orchid, Plum Blossom, Bamboo and Chrysanthemum, are tastefully designed and accented for times when privacy is a must. The Garden Pavilion exemplified dining in hushed Chinese pavilions, accompanied by the gentle sounds of water trickling by under the quiet moonlight.

Dressing the Jin Shan’s walls are original artworks by famed Chinese painter, Professor Lin Xiang Xiong, both an accomplished artist and prominent social welfare advocate. Depicting scenes of Kampong (village) community in bold calligraphy brush strokes, it is a traditional reflection of modern society. Both then and now, the human spirit seeks to gather in shared richness.

In this backdrop of art and artistry, the Jin Shan Lou dining experience awaits.

Address: 1 Bayfront Ave Marina Bay Sands Hotel #01-05, Singapore 018971
Tel: (+65)6688 7733