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Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen

4.5 (71 reviews)
  • $$$$$
  • Tanjong Pagar
  • Chinese
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    Dishes We Love

    Fu Lin Yong Tau Foo, Crabmeat & Prawns Fried Rice, Smoked Duck Peking Wrap, Lamb Rack, Mala Beef Slices

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    4.5 (71 reviews)
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    • 29 Apr 2022 Review by Tripadvisor traveller zaarkus
    • 25 Mar 2022 Review by Tripadvisor traveller silentresonance
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    Location

    Tanjong Pagar, Club Street, Telok Ayer

    127 Telok Ayer Street
    Singapore (068596)

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    Cuisine
    Chinese, Spanish, Local
    Open Today

    Monday
    11:00 AM-10:30 PM

    Tuesday
    11:00 AM-10:30 PM

    Wednesday
    11:00 AM-10:30 PM

    Thursday
    11:00 AM-10:30 PM

    Friday
    11:00 AM-10:30 PM

    Saturday
    04:00 PM-10:30 PM

    Sunday
    Closed

    Description
    Another place with hawker roots turned 2-in-1 eatery, Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen serves its famous style of yong tau foo during the day before switching over to fusion Asian tapas and a menu of alcohol at night. Fair warning though, if you’re expecting the healthy type of yong tau foo with plenty of soup and boiled ingredients, turn back now. Their best-selling version of yong tau foo involves deep frying the typical tofu and meat options till they turn deliciously golden, before you slurp it all down with a bowl of thick vermicelli noodles and signature braised mushroom gravy. Alternatively, the ingredients can be boiled but, if you’d like to have your calories and eat healthy too, stick to deep frying and add a portion of vegetables instead.

    Mid-afternoon is when the yong tau foo disappears but their Asian-inspired tapas won’t leave you missing it too much. Smoked Duck Peking Wrap, Lamb Rack, Mala Beef Slices and more, their small plates combine both western and Asian flavours with gusto, certainly a far cry from the more humble morning fare. Order dishes to share, get lost in their extensive sake menu, and settle in for a meal amidst industrial chic settings. (Nov 2015)
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    The Buzz
    “…you can get your same yong tau fu for lunch (with the same quality of food, the same pick-your-own-ingredients counter and the same attentive aunties) among chic surrounds at lunch. But the place turns into a full-fledged tapas restaurant and bar at 3pm.” -SG Now
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