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Great ambience, lovely staff. Went there 2 weeks ago, the bee hoon was very flavorful, some of the best I've ever had. Also ordered the buddha jump over the wall and ginger duck while I was there. Ingrediants used were of high quality and they were very generous with the portions. 10/10 experoence.

A sophisticated restaurant serving Fujian/Min cuisine, situated on a street known for its variety of Chinese restaurants. Had a lovely meal with the family on a Friday night.

The standout dishes for us were the popiah, crab glutinous rice and fujian-style noodles. The popiah comes with a generous selection of ingredients which you can then self-roll in a silky wrap, which was a lot of fun! The mud crab was especially fresh and paired deliciously with the homemade glutinous rice. The noodles was lavished with "wokhey" and was well-fried.

Overall, a restaurant that offers a cuisine different from the usual Singaporean Chinese fare we have and is perfect for a family meal.

Overall the food is good, especially the service ! 10/10 and they were super responsive to our needs ! Check them out !

Had dinner here and I enjoyed the food and service.

We ordered a few dishes, but I particularly recommend the Hu Tou Vermicelli. It has a slightly wok-hey taste to it. The vegetables on top complemented the noodles well and the prawns were extremely fresh.

The ambience of the restaurant is cosy and it is a great place to have dinner with family or friends.

i really enjoyed the yam fried rice and appetiser platter (the chicken was so good). the staff were very attentive too 💯

Dropped by for a quick weekend lunch as was in Chinatown area.

Loved the traditional Chinese decorations and they had really soothing music playing in the background during the whole time we were there.

There was a great variety of dishes to choose from and the staff was very helpful in recommending us dishes to try. Ordered a few dishes to share and was pleasantly surprised by their large portions – the pan fried chicken with ginger was a whole chicken and there was so much leftover that we had to takeaway.

Would strongly recommend ordering their appetizer platter to try as it comes with 3 different appetizers and all tasted amazing! Everything was freshly fried and pipping hot when served. The marinated fried chicken was dish that surprised me the most as I was not expecting it to have a slight tartness to it that helped to cut through the grease perfectly. Would return just to reorder this dish again!

Another must try is their mee sua. It was unique as the noodles were bite sized instead of the usual long ones we have at other restaurants. The soup was full of flavour and there was what tasted like crunchy vegetables which added to the texture.
Overall had an amazing lunch at Min Jia and would highly recommend as a place to try Min Nan food which I rarely see in Singapore.

We had dinner at eight, but still a lot of customers. Back Kut Keh is very delicious, but the essence is soup. It could be added to unlimited. Totally $18 per pax, reasonable price!

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authentic 闽南 food that tastes really homely, would recommend to try it especially the tasting platter!

Great chinese food place in Chinatown. Visited during dinner time and enjoyed our meal there.

Great ambience and customer service. Lady attendant was very proactive!

Especially loved their House Poached Yellow Croaker with Soy Sauce, very fresh and tender meat. Typically their fishes range around 600-700+g, so the waiter recommended ordering this one for 2 pax, which is smaller.

Overall a good experience and would recommend.

I really liked the Yam Fried Rice, and the Yellow Croaker Fish.
The ambiance is good as well, and the food reminds me of the food when I was in China.
Service is 5/5, staff were very attentive.

Super succulent and moist, the Roast Irish Duck ($22/ Quarter) was another hit. A tad fatty and heavy but the glistening skin had that lovely crackling crispiness. One to share among 3 to 4 people, the protein was really well-executed. Would go great with a steaming bowl of rice.

In the mood for fancy hor fun, The Dragon Chamber’s Wagyu Truffle Beef Hor Fun ($32) ticked all the right boxes for me. Doused in a copious amount of rich truffle gravy; the slurpy noodles were so moreish. The wok fried flat noodles, crispy deep-fried hor fun strips, silky poached egg and slices of premium US Wagyu short rib came together nicely offering a myriad of fun textures. Though the sauce could definitely be more earthy and “truffle-y”, the hot savoury mix was flavourful without being cloying. The beef was tender too and seasoned well.