Best Zi Char In The East

Best Zi Char In The East – Restaurant Review 10 Zee Char Restaurants In East Side Jio The Whole Family This Weekend 20th June 2017

For me, there is nothing more comforting than a hearty dinner with my family. Not only are zi char places more for the wallet than restaurants, but the variety of dishes can cater to all the picky eaters in my family. For those of you in the East, Ah Gong, Ah Ma, parents, siblings, and maybe your family members, it’s time to head to these places for the Zi Shar celebration!

Best Zi Char In The East

Best Zi Char In The East

Soothe your grumbling stomach with a variety of zee char dishes at Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup. Their famous Herbal Mee Sua ($5) is filled with a generous amount of mee sua, pork kidney, pork liver and meat. This comforting dish hits the spot when you eat it on a rainy day. If you’re not into vegetarian dishes, go for Seng Kee’s Chao Ta Bee Hoon ($10). It has a crispy outer layer and is full of strong wok hei flavor.

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Seafood Hor Fun ($10) Changi Lorong 108 Seafood Fei Lao has gained quite a reputation and has been a crowd favorite since the early 70s. hor fun has a strong wok hei flavor and contains many ingredients such as shrimp and squid. Be sure to try their Hei Zhor ($10/$15/$20) fresh off the grill to enjoy the crispy exterior and pillowy center of each shrimp roll.

Address: 86 Bedok North Street 4, #01-165, Singapore 460086 Opening Hours: Daily 11am – 2pm, 5pm – 10pm Tel: 6346 4116

While coffee pork ribs are often found on many Zee Char menus, Hua Yu Wee’s version quickly gained a loyal following. Their Brown Pork Ribs ($12) are wrapped in aluminum foil, keeping each slice warm and ensuring that not a drop of the sweet goo goes to waste. A sprinkle of sliced ​​almonds gives this crowd favorite an extra crunch and crunch. Another must-order here would be the Deep Fried Baby Squids ($12), which are crispy and full of smoky flavor.

Extra bowls for rice at Kim’s Place Seafood if you’re eating fried tofu with grilled meat sauce ($10/$15/$20). Tofu blocks are briefly fried to retain a wobbly core before being tossed in a sweet and savory house sauce that pairs incredibly well with the rice. Apart from this dish, another best seller at Kim’s Place is the XO Hokkien Mee ($12/$18/24). These classic kway teow noodles are topped with lots of shrimp, oysters, squid and fresh egg pieces. To balance out the spicy sauce, squeeze some lime on top for a refreshing twist.

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Address: 43, 45 & 47 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427767 Opening Hours: Mon 11am – 1am, Sun 11am – 12pm Tel: 6742 1119 Website Menu

If you’re not a fan of bitter gourd, Joo Heng Restaurant’s Bitter Gourd Fried Fish Slices ($10) might just convert you. Thin slices of fish and bitter gourd are tossed in a flavorful broth. They don’t skimp on the fish, so you definitely get your money’s worth. Another dish will be ground pork with salted fish ($6). It’s made with salted fish from Malaysia and ground pork that’s highly tenderized by the chef, who massages the meat before making each patty by hand.

Address: 360 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427605 Opening Hours: Tue 11am-2pm, 5pm-10pm Tel: 6345 1503

Best Zi Char In The East

Offering a wide range of classic ji char dishes, Wang Ji Seafood is the place to go if you want something fussy but comforting. Although the dishes here are not complicated, the chefs take care to prepare them well. My top pick is the Salted Egg Yolk Pork ($10), fried pork with salted egg yolk topped with rice and cream. Don’t worry about the sauce being jelly, as it contains a little heat to melt all the richness. A minute away from Swee Choon, it’s a great alternative for days when dim sum just doesn’t cut it.

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If you want something spicy, check out Lai Huat’s famous fried sambal fish (seasonal fare). This crispy fried fish is coated in a red paste made from chilies, onions and other spices. If you’re not one to take spicy food well, don’t worry, as the fried chicken double sided ($30) and salted egg shrimp ($20) still have less edgy options to fill you up.

Address: 17 Upper East Coast Road, Singapore 455208 Opening Hours: Daily 11.30am to 10pm Tel: 6448 9077 Website

Eastern House of Seafood’s preparation of dry-fried sotong ($15/$22/$28) involves marinating fresh squid overnight. Then the squid is cooked in a hot oil bath so that the tentacles are crispy and the meat is juicy. If you’re not a seafood fan, there are other non-seafood dishes available, such as Four Treasure Beancurd ($12/$18/$24) and Moonlight Hor Fun ($5).

At first glance, it might be easy to ignore this zi kar dish, but try Sin Hoi Sai Dining House and your stomach will thank you later. Salted Egg Prawns (a seasonal dish) are stir-fried with curry leaves, chili peppers and salted egg yolk. The chef also leaves the shrimp heads to make the dish tastier. For all of you self-proclaimed nocturnal animals, this zee char stall is open till 5 am everyday, so you can satisfy your late night hunger here!

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End your day of fun around Downtown East with a delicious meal at Yam’s Kitchen. With over 100 zi char dishes to try, you’re sure to find something to your taste. Sink your teeth into dishes like house-cooked roast duck ($15.80/$20.80/$28.80) and marmite ribs ($11.80/$15.80/$19.80). Make a reservation in advance if you want to skip the line, as the restaurant can get busy in the evenings.

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Close, #04-101, E!Hub Downtown East, Singapore 519599 Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-3pm, 5.30pm-10pm, Weekend 11.30am till 22:00 Tel: 68484 Full list of store

With this cheat sheet, you won’t have to rack your brains when Orientalists Ah Ma or Ah Gong ask you what’s for dinner! Leave us a comment if we missed your favorite place in the East.

Best Zi Char In The East

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Stage 13 Review: Ma La Chicken Rice and Curry Cheong Fun at Mark Lee’s New Restaurant 31 Aug 2017 Location Blk 658B Punggol East Road Hong Kong Street Chun Tat Kee is a popular Zi Char chain with various outlets in Singapore. Fortunately, there is access to a coffee shop on the far northeast side of the island. I have been here several times and found the quality of Zee Char’s food to be quite good. The cafe itself is relatively spacious with good ventilation with a fairly efficient ordering system. Suffice it to say, this place will be added to our Northeast Singapore list.

Food As with most Zee Chars, the menu has a wide range of dishes, although I stick to my favourites. The Prawn Paste Chicken (S$10/small) also known as ‘Har Cheong Gai’ is a must. The fried chicken skin here is very fluffy and crispy, well marinated and full of flavor.

Chopped fish soup is another comforting option. I like the richness of the broth and there is an option to have the XO version if you prefer.

One of my Zi Char staples is Hotplate Beancurd in a hot pan. I always tend to order this because it also has egg on the bottom and the tofu is delicious here too.

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Want to eat another bean? I enjoyed the Special Beans with Minced Pork (S$12/small) where the texture of the tofu was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.

You also can’t go wrong with the fried omelette, where the portions are very generous even for the smallest selection.

Rants Other than the fact that it’s located in a regular coffee shop, there’s honestly not much to argue about.

Best Zi Char In The East

Will be back again Actually, there aren’t many good zee char options in Punggol and if I want something closer to home I find Chun Tat Kee on Hong Kong Street to be a decent place. Dining for Family Dining by Region 9 Zi Char Spots in Ang Mo Kio, Yishun and Beyond 24 Aug 2017

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One thing I never look forward to every week is a hearty weekend dinner with my family. My heart is always full when I have family and lots of people talking around me