Recommended lists for Zi Char

Recommended lists of Zi Char in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Zi Char 15 Best Zi Char Places in Singapore No matter the occasion, there is always reliable zi char to fall back on. The menus are extensive enough to cater to the pickiest eater and seating is aplenty — great for gathering in large groups! From a Muslim-friendly spot in the East to a hidden gem along Mandai Road, arm yourself with this guide when planning for family meals and group celebrations.

Top 10 Places for Zi Char

Top 10 places for Zi Char

Latest Reviews for Zi Char

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Zi Char

“A flair for the dramatic”, or something along those lines is what this crab’s teacher must have written in its report card when it was but a wee thing.
Madonna-level Vogue-ing aside, the Chilli Crab at “Hua Yu Wee Seafood Restaurant” has a strong tomato sauce taste. Fortunately, both garlic and chilli put up a strong fight to equalise, leading to finger-licking good results of sweet, tangy and spicy.
What’s more, the fried “man tous” don’t just look cute; they are what complete this feast.

Baby Kai Lan with Garlic

'Fu Rong' Omelette

Salted Egg Pork Ribs

Claypot Tofu
Tofu, black fungus, prawns, vegetables & yam slices 》$9/Small

Our tze char order has a waiting time of 45mins so we decided to get some wings from the western stall to munch on 》$1.40/Pc

You know you’re in for a treat when your food comes messy in its most natural state with no time for any plating. We had the Red Grouper Fish Head Steamboat ($22 for small) that is good for 2-3 people and we chose to have the fish meat (no fish bones yay!) without the fish head parts. Soup refill is available self service from the kitchen area! The meaty and thick slices of fish were very fresh and especially appetizing when dipped in the garlic-ky white vinegar sauce as it was tangy. The steamboat is served with a myriad of zichar dishes and you cannot miss out on the Tofu Prawns ($13 for small) with egg tofu, large prawns drenched in an almost-like-chilli-crab sweet, sour and spicy sauce. We also had the Sambal Sweet Potato Leaves ($6 for small) which unfortunately had too little sambal.

Weekend dinner is at Sembawang White Bee Hoon. It had being long since our last visit so today we order their signature #whitebeehoon, sambal lala and sweet potato leaves
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Good for 4, this claypot fish head had a more unique taste due to the liberal use of bean paste sauce, which also made it sweeter than the usual claypot fish head we were used too. Would have preferred it less sweet, but still couldn’t resist the comforting zhup.

Not located at a convenient location.. but their chicken rice is actually not bad leh. Tender chicken and aromatic rice! 🐔🐔

I was first impressed by the service when I dabaoed the dark hokkien mee ($8.80) on a rainy evening. They asked me to take a seat and even served me complimentary ginger tea to keep me warm while I waited for my takeaway 😌

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Added $5 for the tanghoon lol. Sadly the crabs were not as meaty and because the shells were cracked (to make for convenient eating) and then fried with the tanghoon, there were bits of crab shell in the dish :/ shall just stick to the normal crabs next time.

Back again! Tried this dish the previous time we were here and was impressed by the soothing herbal notes. This time wasn’t as good but still a great option for soup + prawns