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57 Temple Street s058602 (Chinatown)
6223 3588
Taiwanese  /  Chinese  /  Zi Char  /  Restaurant  /  Shophouse  /  Family
Mon to Sun: 1030 - 2300
S$11 - S$20
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Feng Bo Zhuang’ is a Chinese ‘Kungfu’ theme restaurant. You will be served by waitress dressed in ancient Chinese fashion. The settings and decorations are just like those in Chinese Kongfu novels.
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MAR 14
Impressive décor upon stepped into the pugilistic-themed eatery, my feeling was like travelling back to ancient times. The name was restaurant was very cool, “Feng Bo Zhuang” literally as “Mansion of Winds and Waves”. Newspaper cuttings and positive blogger comments were visible at the wall, wooden furniture mainly used here. Besides being fun, the service was prompt and friendly. The highly recommended dish, it was famous authentic taste from Sichuan. Soup was spicy pipp...
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Fish in Spicy Soup with Preserved Veggies
Stir-fried Tau Pok with Veggies
Date
2014-03-02
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Approx. S$18 (Dinner)
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FEB 14
With a menu called Secret Martial Art Menu (武林秘籍) and the dining hall is called “Sword Discussion Room”(論劍堂), the restaurant is all decked up to go with the entire Chinese kungfu martial art world theme!I love the deco in the placesmile BAMBOO CHICKENSGD 16 MALA TOFU (麻辣豆腐)SGD 10 SPECIAL CLAYPOT SOUPSGD 12 STEAMED PORK DUMPLINGSGD 8 MINCED PORK & CABBAGE DU...
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JAN 14
a very interesting concept restaurant where you venture into the wu lin (sword man) world. when step into the restaurant, you are warmly welcome by their friendly staff. the dishes are also named after some martial arts skills which is quite funny actually. The food wise is very china cuisine. price wise is quite value for money as the food quantity is huge Food : ** 1/2 (very oily) Price : ** Customer service : ** 1/2 Overall : maybe will return for more food t...
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pork belly
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2014-01-01
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Approx. S$30
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JAN 13
This Kung Fu themed restaurant is quite fun to dine in. Not only the interior decoration has the Kung Fu setting, but the way their staffs speak will definitely gives you a taste of being a Kung Fu master! The highly recommended dish is their Special Chinese Dumpling ($2/each), which is limited to one per person. The steamed glutinorous rice ball is huge. When you bite on it.. surprise! It's actually filled with well-marinated meat. The texture of the meat b...
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2012-11-29
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NOV 11
Was in Chinatown area and remembered that I've been meaning to check out this wuxia themed restaurant, and so we did. The deco is indeed very wuxia-fied and I was smiling to myself at the details they put up to further paint the wuxia scene. Their menu also offers a very different spread from our local Zichar. It's even more different than Lao Beijing or Dian Xiaoer. We took a leap of faith and ordered: 1) Braised Chicken with glass noodles - its actually a little...
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2011-10-23
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