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You can have your Chinese cuisines in Singapore in a dimly lit cozy setting for enjoying your food to the most. A wide selection of Chinese cuisine is available for you if you really want to pamper your taste buds with the Chinese flavors of Singapore. You can choose from the Cantonese, Sichuan, Hiananese, Hokkien, Teochew and Foochow trends of Chinese cuisine and enjoy your dinner in an elegant interior decorated with luxurious furniture, bright chandeliers, Chinese wall hangings and long red carpets. Be it double-boiled duck soups or double-boiled fish blended with Tian Ma herbs, Teo-Chow dumplings, turnip rolls, wine chicken, fried asparagus or boiled congee just have a taste of these Chinese delicacies for having the true flavor of Chinese dinner in Singapore.

You can also complete your Chinese dinner with Chinese Choy sum, loh bak, pork rib and winter melon soup. A popular item of Chinese dinner in Singapore is "Buddha jumps over the wall". You can surely try this dish for your Chinese dinner. Chinese soup prepared with the ingredients like fish maw, shark's fin, abalone and Chinese ham is also one the most well-liked items made for Chinese dinner in Singapore.

Other trendy items for Chinese dinner are barbecued Beijing ducks and Double-boiled Superior Shark's Fin served with a bacon onion roll. If you a lover of meat, you can surely opt for Baked Lamb Rack in Red Wine served along Garden Green. The meat is softened with molten butter and easily comes out from the bones. A memorable item for you Chinese dinner in Singapore will be Braised Vermicelli with Crabmeat. Vermicelli is braised till it is softened and then it is spread over with fish, crabmeat and pearl mushroom with a topping of an egg.

For having the experience of enjoying an authentic Chinese cuisines in Singapore, Lei Garden, Shang Palace and Summer Pavilion are the most suitable places with perfectly comfortable Chinese ambiences. Along with this, the Hawker Centers near the Newton MRT or in the suburbs also serve excellent Chinese food for both lunch and dinner.

Famous Chinese Dishes
The Chinese inspired dishes in Singapore cannot be considered as mainstream Chinese cuisine. The early Chinese immigrants adopted the dishes to get oneself suited to the local circumstances. The dishes bear a strong Chinese influence and are the major attraction for the food-loving crowd in Singapore. Focus Singapore offers detailed information about Chinese influence in Singapore cuisine. Lets put a glance on some of the popular Chinese inspired lip-smacking dishes of Singapore.

Bak Kut teh: Prepared by adding a variety of Chinese herbs and spices, the pork rib soup is one of the most popular appetizers in Singapore.
Ban mian: The flat noodles are handmade and served along with meatballs, vegetables, sliced mushrooms and egg.
Char Kway teow: Kuay teow is a flat rice floor noodles and stir-fried with other ingredients to prepare an incredible mixture
Chwee Kway: This dish is basically eaten for breakfast. The steamed rice cake is garnished with radish.
Curry chicken noodles: Especially meant for the spicy food lovers the yellow egg noodles are cooked in a chicken curry.
Hainanese chicken rice: Here the rice is cooked in the chicken stock and served along with steamed chicken. For better taste results the rice is eaten along with chili, ginger sauces and thick dark soy.
Hokkien mee: In this dish rice vermicelli and yellow noodles are together fried with shrimp, lard bits and sliced cuttlefish.
Oyster omelette: This is a very special Chinese preparation where the oysters are fried along with a mixture of special flour and egg.
Yusheng: This is a traditional Chinese dish eaten during the time of Chinese New Year celebration. It is basically a raw fish salad.

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