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Top 5 Authentic Teochew Restaurants in Singapore

Teochew cuisine, also known as Chaozhou or Chaoshan cuisine, is a mild and mellow cuisine that originated from the Chaoshan region in China's Guangdong Province. This cuisine displays its own style by including fresh ingredients and traditional Chinese cooking styles. It showcases clean, natural flavours. Some of the popular Teochew dishes are yu sheng, beef meatballs, Chaoshan sanbao, pork knuckles, and more. If your soul is craving for these dishes, check out the below-mentioned restaurants to know where to eat Teochew in Singapore.

1. Chui Huay Lim Cuisine
Started in 2011, this restaurant serves authentic Teochew cuisine. From Braised Duck, Boiled Live Prawns, Chilli Crab, Teochew Style Roasted Suckling Pig to Fish Maw Soup with Crab, there are over 150 Teochew-style dishes available here. Whether you would like to grab lunch with friends or have fancier dinner with your loved ones, Chui Huay Lim is the place to go.

Location: 190 Keng Lee Road #01-02, Chui Huay Lim Club, Singapore

Food Review Singapore: “Most of the food are traditional and relatively tasty. Price is also on the reasonable side. Worth a trip.” - A customer

2. Swatow Restaurant
There is a city named Swatow in South China where Teochew cuisine first originated. Now Singaporeans can taste the real taste of Teochew cuisine in their country at Swatow Restaurant. Their signature dishes are Swatow Signature Chicken and Chilled Jellied Pork Knuckles.

Location: 22 Kensington Park Road, Singapore

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Food Review Singapore: “This place is a total dive, but the food is great! It's one of my favourite spots in Chinatown. The service is attentive and the portions are generous.” - A customer

3. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine
Awarded One-Michelin Star, Imperial Treasure serves exotic seafood dishes prepared by experienced chefs to perpetuate the exceptional heritage of Teochew cuisine. Signature dishes of Imperial Treasure are Marinated Sliced Octopus, Crystal Dumplings, and Home-Made Orh ni.

Location: ION Orchard, #03-05, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801

Food Review Singapore: “Authentic Teochew Restaurant. Food is nice and staffs are very helpful and friendly” - A customer

4. Teochew Restaurant Huat Kee
Started in 1969, this restaurant is serving Teochew cuisine for 3 generations in Singapore. Teochew Restaurant Huat Kee is best known for its dishes - Fried Kuey Teow, Oyster Omelette, Teochew Style Steamed Pomfret, and Suckling Pig.

Location: 30 Orange Grove Road #02-01, Singapore 258352 (RELC Building)

Food Review Singapore: “Very good Teochew restaurant with tasty dishes served. Special sea cucumber with a burnt smell on the outside and soft on the inside. Abalone was very good.” - A customer

5. East Ocean Teochew Restaurant
East Ocean is known for serving the best in Teochew cuisine and dim sum in Singapore. From tasty soups, seafood delicacies to pork dishes, you will be satisfied with the offerings at East Ocean. Its signature dishes are Roasted Pork Belly, Lobster Sashimi, and Teochew Cold Crab.

Location: 391 Orchard Rd, #05 - 08 / 09, Singapore 238872

Food Review Singapore: “Great service with a personal touch. The food is wonderful and delicate.” - A customer

Conclusion
If you are a fan of Teochew cuisine and still searching for ‘where to eat in Singapore’, our list will guide you to find your favourite comfort food in top restaurants. Visit the aforementioned Teochew restaurants with your family and friends and enjoy the authentic delicacies that you will remember forever.
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About the Author
Darren Tan
Darren is a travel and food blogger. He travels around the world and writes about the most unique cuisines that people love for generations. He lives in Singapore but travels 300 days a year. Besides food blogging, he likes to create graphics and animations.

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