Authentic Chinese food in Singapore is different from that of Japan【#1 Singapore Recommended Restaurant CHENGDU Restaurant】


  • Overall ★★★
  • Meal   ★★★   
  • Atmosphere ★★★
  • Service  ★
  • Cost performance ★★


First, let’s take a look at the menu.

I came to this restaurant to eat Bean Curd, but to my surprise, they said that Bean Curd was not available!

So, in tears, I chose “Laojia Claypot” instead.

It took about 10 minutes to be served.

You may notice that it is a little different from the claypot meat you often see in Japan.

Claypot is made with pork, cabbage and green bell pepper, and sweet and spicy sauce. The claypot meat at this restaurant, however, is made with plenty of onions and leeks, with hot chili peppers added to add spiciness.

As is typical of Chinese cuisine, plenty of oil is used, and the dish is also very salty.

The pork is grilled to a crisp.

It is seasoned with a strong flavor that is just right when bounced on white rice.

On the other hand, it is hard to eat claypot without white rice.

The quantity is just the right size for one man to eat alone.

It is not very spicy, but as you eat it, you will start to sweat.

If you like strong flavors, you will love this dish.


This is the exterior.

It is rather simple, but easily recognizable when walking down the street, with its red base color.

There are many Chinese restaurants in Singapore with the name “Chengdu.

This is probably due to the fact that Chengdu is the capital of China’s Sichuan Province, and one of China’s most famous dishes, river vegetables, has developed around Chengdu.

We arrived at about 12:30 on a Saturday and the restaurant was relatively empty.

The clientele ranged from families to youth groups, and there was even a Western couple.

The restaurant is beautifully decorated, so you will probably be able to enjoy your meal in a relaxed atmosphere.


Ordering is done by reading the QR code with a smartphone.

Therefore, you don’t have to get involved with the waiter very much.

Cost Performance

Laojia claypot SGD$20.8

White rice SGD$1.5

Coke Zero SGD$2.8

The prices of Chinese food are generally Singaporean prices, but I had the impression that the price of claypot was a little high considering the quantity of food.

How to go

Located along Amoy St., an 8-minute walk from Tanjong Pager Station. The signboard is conspicuous, so you can easily find it.


It is probably in the middle of the range of Chinese food, a genre in which there is little room for error.

Chinese restaurants are often considered noisy, but here you can enjoy your meal in a relaxed atmosphere.

The speed at which the food is served seems to be appropriate, so there should be no stress.

I think this restaurant can be recognized as one of the best Chinese restaurants in Japan.