Qi Lai Feng, a Chinese restaurant found home at Chinatown Point. With well connected public transport; it is a highly accessible for diners to travel there to enjoy a meal of Chinese food.
This restaurant specialised in dry pot with grass crap feed on a specific diet and plan to give the chewy texture with pork-like texture. It is a must try for the experience.
Bottom of Mandarin Duck Pot 椒香鱼锅 ($38.80 for small pot) is the specialty dish of Qi Lai Feng which diners must not miss. In this pot, it consists of Q Fish, the highlight of Qi Lai Feng, with Yuba, Enoki Mushroom & Konjac Noodle.
Customers can choose to add on free pork bone broth when the hotpot is at a third of the portion. And now it will be like a hotpot, diner can choose to order more ingredients for the hotpot.
In addition to the Q Fish, we love the Sauerkraut Fish Pot 精品酸菜鱼锅 ($38.80 for small pot). Other choices include Gold Soup Lemon Fish Pot and the Tomato Fish Pot.
Beside the dry and hotpot, diners could order some sides dishes such as Collagen Q Fish Ribs 胶原脆骨 ($10.80), one of the best seller. Though I didn’t enjoy it.
Or select a familiar dish, the Saliva Chicken 口水鸡 ($8.80). Taste-wise was ordinary though. Other Chinese delights include the Baby Lobster and Pickled Pepper Frog which I am keen to try at my next visit.
We thought it is worth trying the Q Fish dry pot since Qi Lai Feng is the sole restaurant that offer this unique item. And having it dry first and next as hotpot is a bonus.
Qi Lai Feng
133 New Bridge Rd, Chinatown Point, #B1-14/15, Singapore 059413
Tel: +65 6970 0777
Daily 1130 to 2145
- Downtown line or Northeast line – Chinatown station
- East West line – Outram station
- New Bridge Road bus stop 2, 12, 33, 54, 63, 80, 124, 143, 147, 190, 851, 961, 970, CT8, CT18, CT28
- South Bridge Road bus stop 61, 80, 145, 166, 197
- People’s Park Complex along Eu Tong Seng Street 2, 12, 33, 61, 63, 143, 197, 961, 970, CT8, CT18, CT28
- People’s Park Center along Eu Tong Seng Street 54, 124, 145, 147, 166, 190, 851
- Downtown line & Northeast line – Chinatown
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