6221 5073
Hillman purveys traditional, no frills Zi-char (roadside hawker) dishes in a comfortable setting. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:45 - 14:30
17:45 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:45 - 14:30
17:45 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Pork Free
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Eight Stars Pot Pot Groupa Fish Fried Chilli Crabs
Review (2)
Level4 2012-01-16
Dropped by Hillman Restaurant for dinner with my family after a rather good experience there more than a year back. Contrary to the quiet scene we had witnessed on our previous visit, the restaurant was brimming with people this time round so reservations are recommended.Chicken in Paper Bag - Still as good as I remember it to be. Well seasoned boneless chicken with flavourful juices seeping through with every bite. The same gripe still exists though. Its a chore to try and seperate the chicken from the paper bag. Even more so when I'm already salivating from the prospect of popping one chunky piece of chicken into my mouth.Kailan with Fish Slices - A most common dish but well executed. The kailan had a nice smokey taste but did come across as a little limp probably due to being soaked in the gravy for too long. The fish slices were fresh and firm but weren't too sweet. Certainly not the best fish around.Claypot Roasted Pork with Sea Cucumber - As mentioned in my previous post, one of Hillman's specialties is its claypot dishes. However this one failed to shine. True, the gravy was flavourful but the roasted pork was way too fatty. The sea cucumber came across as average.Claypot Beef - Another claypot dish but this one fared slightly better than the roasted pork with sea cucumber. Soft and chewy, the beef proved quite a pleasure to consume but the gravy could have been a little weaker, especially when it threated to overwhelm the taste of the beef at times.Happy Beancurd - This quirky sounding beancurd came highly recommended. Home made and crispy on the outside yet soft, quivery on the inside. Topped with copious amounts of minced meat gravy, the beancurd is more of comfort food then anything else. I would have liked it to have a stronger smoky aftertaste though.Prices have gone up about 10-20% but still falls within the reasonable range for the quality and quantity of food, standing at about $76 for the 5 of us. Service is still almost non existent except for the occasional serving of dishes. continue reading
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Level2 2010-11-08
A lot japanese customer, as well as my boss comes here..This place is very popular among the japanese..For me is quite not bad, but not that special.Spring roll is delicious, yummy.The "seafood claypot" is just fantastic... Dont really enjoy the "bai gu wang" (pork).. hard to chew..The dessert is quite common, and pudding is not that nice.My japanese colleagues like the fried noodle a lot.The price is quite reasonable.The standards of their staff are quite different, some are helpful, but some dont bother what u want...Recommended this place for others, n will like to go back again. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)