Looking something Szechuan food? Yes, now there is a Szechuan flavors flow through the heartland of China to the kitchens of Tian Bao Szechuan Restaurant, the first of its kind to create Szechuan-style dim sum to Singaporean shores. Indigenously generally known as xiao chi, the restaurant works closely because of their counterparts in China to seamlessly integrate original flavors with local tastes. The bathroom here are made with quality ingredients, resulting in the kind of steamed pork dumplings, special and spicy prawn baseballs, glutinous rice cake with cream filling, and Szechuan zhong dumplings to call a few. Szechuan dishes can be obtained alongside dim sum favorites, such as sweet and spicy diced fowl, mapo tofu, and great smelling sweet and sour eggplant, served from the restaurant’s traditional aesthetics associated with lattice window panels and also ceilling decorated with bamboo bedding and sheets steamers in varying dimensions.
Recommended for Dan John Mian, Xiao Long Bao and also over there the noodles that is good.
Tian Bao Szechuan Restaurant (天寶閣)
391 Orchard Road, #05-06/07 Ngee Ann City Podium Block, Singapore 238872
TEL: 6734 4216 Website: http://www.tianbaorestaurant.com/