Ask anyone about Sichuan cuisine, and their impressions of it boil down to two Chinese words: 麻辣 (mala), a Chinese word that implies a heavy oily and peppery spiciness. Si Chuan Dou Hua, a premier restaurant purveying Sichuan cuisine in Singapore, aims to showcase the great variety of Sichuan flavours beyond the mala stereotype with their new ala carte buffet, ‘100 Sichuan Delights, 1 Gastronomic Feast’. Continue reading “100 Sichuan Delights, 1 Gastronomic Feast at Si Chuan Dou Hua!”
Si Chuan Dou Hua at the PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road has always been one of my favourite Chinese restaurants to visit ever since I was introduced to it slightly over a year ago. I recall the times when they whipped out delicacies such as the Roast Suckling Pig and the Nostalgic Dim Sum Buffet Feast, each with dishes that are warm, hearty, and always a joy to partake in. With reasonable prices and a very friendly service staff, it was no wonder I celebrated my birthday there this year with the family. The restaurant at Kitchener is now back with a new promotion that rides on its theme of Nostalgia. Executive Chef Leung Wing Chung and his team is proud to present 6 varieties of charcoal-cooked claypot rice that range from salted fish, yam, waxed meat and even frog legs. Memorably, the most exciting part for the meal is when the dark soya sauce and sweet sauce is stirred into the claypot dish right before your eyes. Whiff the slightly charred rice when the lid is lifted, sniff the sweet smoky aromatics that blend in harmony with each stir. And relish in the visual harmony of beautiful brown, red and colourful greens. Talk about entertaining the senses, this is nostalgia come alive!
Sichuan cuisine is widely known to leave a spicy and numbing sensation on the palate. It can sometimes be a little too strong for diners unacquainted to the taste, leaving the option for more palatable easily accepted foods open. However, Si Chuan Dou Hua aims to revitalise and re-evaluate that impression by introducing The Petites Selection – a collection of over 30 tapas Sichuan offerings that go beyond the spicy. A well thought of introduction into the world of Sichuan cuisine.
A memorable dining experience this Lunar New Year can easily come about by dining high in the sky at level 60 UOB Plaza at the Si Chuan Dou Hua restaurant. In a mark of prestige and towering elegance, this Chinese restaurant offers a spectacular view of the cityscape coupled with the exclusive feel of celebration that is all set as many gather round for reunion dinners this festive season. All ready to receive the year of the Water Snake?
Si Chuan Dou Hua at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road is celebrating their 1st Anniversary, and they are sharing the joy with all diners through a collection of dim sum to invoke a trip down memory lane. The third restaurant with the Si Chuan Dou Hua brand, this promotional Nostalgic Dim Sum Buffet Feast （那些年，我们吃的点心）is priced attractively at only $25++ per person. And with an extensive selection of 50 items, this makes one buffet rich in value. Ready to have a glimpse at Master Dim Sum Chef Wen Xin Wen’s creations? Read on!
Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant at Parkroyal on Kitchener Road is probably one of the more well heard of Sze Chuan restaurants in Singapore. With two other restaurants, one at UOB Plaza, and the original at Parkroyal on Beach Road, Si Chuan Dou Hua features an array of spicy and lip smacking Sze Chuan cuisine with an assortment of Cantonese delights to cater to the palates of guests. And it gets even better with the latest delight from the restaurant.
From the 1st of March to the 30th of April, the restaurant at Kitchener Road is going all out with The Roast Suckling Pig Feast for minimum 2, 6 and 10 persons respectively. Excited to indulge in this feast of crackling delicacies? I’m sure you are!