Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House
A project by the Emmanuel Stroobant group and Ricky Ng (ex chief operating officer of the TungLok Group), this traditional Chinese joint’s casual and laid back. The space is bright, open and airy. And the food is Chinese with some fresh accents. Pick from small plates including crispy Sichuan-style fish and chips, then, fill up on heartier bowls like wagyu and foie gras fried rice.
The buzz: A project by the Emmanuel Stroobant group and Ricky Ng (ex chief operating officer of the TungLok Group), this traditional Chinese joint’s just a stone’s throw from Stroobant’s French flagship Saint Pierre at Quayside Isle.
The vibe: Casual and laid back, Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House feels like the typical coffee house with some Chinoiserie details like colorful paper lanterns. The space is bright, open and airy—very welcoming.
The food: Chinese fare with some fresh accents. Pick from light small plates including rose-scented cherry tomatoes ($12) and crispy Sichuan-style fish and chips ($16)—fried white bait and lotus root chips—then, fill up on heartier bowls like wagyu and foie gras fried rice ($28). Besides the expected Chinese bites, there’s quite a selection of local dishes like bak kuk teh ($15) and chilli crab ($6.80/100g), sprinkled with pomelo.
The drinks: Seaside appropriate sips such as the Blue Lotus mojito ($14) and the Long Long Long Island tea ($14) as well as beers like Kirin ($12), plus Champagne (from $95) and whisky ($148) if you are feeling spendy.
Why you’l be back: If you want Chinese food (or local grub for that matter) at Quayside Isle, this is pretty much the only option. Besides, the chow’s actually pretty good and the view’s stellar.
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|Address:||Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House, Room 13, #01/F, Quayside Isle, 31, Singapore, 098375 Singapore|
|Open since:||July, 2013|
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sat 10:30am-9pm; Mon 10:30am-9pm; Sun 9am-9pm|
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