Arriving by bus: 61, 80, 145, 166, 197 (Bus Stop No. - 05199, Opp Hong Lim Cplx), Arriving by Train : Exit D, Chinatown MRT - NE4 on the purple line continue reading
Zhou’s Kitchen is a casual Chinese dining concept, catering to the palates and pockets of diners from all walks of life. continue reading
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Opening Hours
Mon - Fri
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 17:30
18:00 - 22:00
Public Holiday
11:00 - 17:30
18:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash Others
Other Info
Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW)
Corkage Fee Details
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
“Xing Hua” Style Dumplings (Pansit) Steamed Crab with Glutinous Rice in Basket Stewed Red Wine Paste Chicken Zhou’s Kitchen Braised Pork Shank
Review (7)
Level4 2014-03-30
Cheap and good are words i can think of to discribe this affordable high-tea buffet.  Priced at only $16.80 per adult which is cheap and lots of choices available of their buffet menu.  The restaurant is quite cosy and cooling, with nice and simple layout that will not leave the trends.  I have ordered more than ten dishes, but here are five quality dishes I want share.  braised chicken claws are very soft and easy to eat, which is sweet and fragrant with slight spicy in it.THe siew mai is filled with fresh crunchy prawns that make this mini dish delicious and the siew mai skin is thin and not too salty too.  Sweet and sour pork is super crispy and the pork meat is flavourful and tender. The added capsciums and pineapples have also enhance the taste to this dish as well.Hot sour soup is thick and full with the nice flavour from the black fungus and the different spicies used.  Delicious and a second serving is defintely worth it.French beans are crunchy and fresh and full with the nice sweet and a little salty flavour from the dried prawns cooked in it.  Service here is very fast and friendly as well. continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-02
The nice thing about having dinner at the Far East Square Branch of Zhou's Kitchen is not having to jostle with crowds of families clamouring for a table. As it was the CNY period, the regular a la carte menu and value sets were not available; we were shown a special CNY menu with a limited range of auspicious sounding dishes. We picked the pork shank, sauteed 'three cup' chicken, spinach tofu and the baby cabbage with bamboo pith.The Braised Pork Shank ($22++) at Zhou's Kitchen needs no introduction - robustly flavoured and meat tender enough to fall off the bone at the slightest touch.Taiwanese style 'Three Cup' Chicken ($16++) was served in a steel claypot - another hearty and flavourful dish to go with rice. The dish could however use more fresh basil leaves to add a different taste dimension to it.Spinach Tofu ($14++) and Baby Cabbage with Bamboo Pith ($16++) were ordered to ensure a nutritionally balanced meal. Plating of the spinach tofu could have been vastly improved. The BB cabbage.in superior stock was a light dish garnished with specks of dried wolfberries. The bamboo pith remained crunchy to the bite..Service was courteous and competent - consistent with the high standards of other Tung Lok restaurants. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-27
Look no further for a quiet place to enjoy a meal with friends or family. Zhou Kitchen at Far East Square is the right choice. Ordering starts from 3pm to 5.15pm for their weekend hi-tea buffet. Each person only cost $16.80 and a minimum of 2 person to go. They have a wide range of dishes for ordering. From the common Shrimp dumpling to the more unique crispy fish skin with spiced powder. One can order as much as you think you can eat but do take note that any excessive wastage will be charged as the normal selling price of the item. After ordering, the waitress will serve the dishes. The serving time is quite fast maybe also cause there's not much crowd at this outlet. Without any MRT, this place is quite inconvenient to go to. After trying almost 85% of the dishes in the menu, the following is a few must-ordered item picked out by me. Soup is tasty and it got me craving for another bowl. Dumplings are pipping hot and same goes to the bun. Fried bun is my favourite even without any gravy to go with, I still like it very much. Need to order some green vegetables to let the tastebuds take a rest from the fried dishes. Not forgetting the yummy noodle to complete the meal. Will definitely go back to try other dishes. continue reading
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Level4 2012-04-11
This is the first time I had set lunch at Zhou's Kitchen. Only then I realized that customers who order set lunch will be seated outdoor, as indoor is for those who order ala carte meal. Anyway, for the set lunch, you will get started with soup of the day. The soup is quite tasty, lots of ingredients inside, and tastes like it has been boiled for long.Each set meal entitles for two Dumpling in tomato soup. I don't personally enjoy the dumpling very much. The skin is slightly too thick, and it just tastes not too right to be served in the 'tomato soup'. For the main dish, I had the Fried noodles. It is alright, tastes Ok, but slightly plain and not much ingredients though. Another option for main dish is Stewed Yam and pork. The rice is served with a sunny side up fried egg. This dish is delicious. The yam is cooked till soft and absorbed all the flavour from the sauce. The pork is tender too. Yummy. continue reading
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Level4 2012-03-25
Service was prompt and food severed was surprisingly fast.The fried egg plant with pork floss was really good. it was very crispy that you can't really taste the egg plant and the pork floss really go well with it. Spanish tofu is good too. the dish is not salty and the sauce is not too heavy. however a little stingy on the spanish.The wasabi prawn was not as good as i expected. can't really taste the wasabi, prawn is not that crispy, and overall it taste sweeter.At the end of the meal, they also provide a tube of fruit juice complimentary. the fruit juice we had was dragon fruit with watermelo and lime juice. but we can only taste the lime juice continue reading
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