Zhou’s Kitchen

By , October 29, 2010 4:18 pm

I first visited Zhou’s Kitchen at Square 2 when they just opened. Didn’t find it blogworthy then.

Last weekend, I found myself back at Zhou’s Kitchen because I was craving for Chinese food, we were at Square 2, and I was really starving. It was with a “Oh well, this should be quite quick” mentality that we settled down to order our lunch.

I think they might have changed their menu because all the pictures looked very good on the menu (it could be my hunger). We overordered and then food was sent our way Very quickly.


Their ‘Soup of the day’ was really tasty. Pork Rib with I forgot what vegetable. You can tell it’s properly boiled with quality ingredients by the thin film of oil over the soup. That’s how it looks when I cook pork rib soup at home =)


The crispy chicken comes with the obligatory saucer of salt and plum seasoning which wasn’t needed because it was really good on its own. I like fried to a crisp chicken skin and tender chicken meat. You can tell from the picture it is all that, can’t you?


Very good chilli clams!! Spicy but not overly so. Fantastic with the fried rice =)


 You can’t really tell from this picture but this braised pork shank is HUGE. Dan an tackled it on his own. He says it is very well cooked.


This is the uber yummy seafood fried rice with spicy XO sauce. Can’t tell from the picture, but it had this burnt wok taste that is the mark of good fried rice. We like very much =)IMG_3050

I am a fan of spinach with fried tofu and usually find the places that serve it to cook it well. Same here =)

We also ordered dim sum fare (shrimp dumplings-ha gao, pork buns-char siew bao), roast meats, an assortment of mixed fruit drinks and basically ate til we couldn’t walk.

As we left the restaurant at 3plus pm, the restaurant started getting crowded with the high tea buffet spread which at 16.80++  (adult) is a pretty good deal!

I think their fare has improved from our last visit so you might wanna look out for it if there’s a Zhou’s kitchen near you =)

5 Responses to “Zhou’s Kitchen”

  1. Bao says:

    Seriously, I think it’s because of the chef at that particular restaurant then the brand name. not all outlet will have the same taste. just like crystal jade…

  2. Tan says:

    Yes, I totally agreed with Bao. Not all outlets are the same…it all boils down to a good chef! I’ve tried the outlet at Far East square…the food was not too impressive. And I’ve tried the Tung Lok’s at Arena Club….worst.

  3. John David says:

    I love the dim sum fare (shrimp dumplings-ha gao, pork buns-char siew bao) it is my favorite dish to enjoy in spanish. By the way i have heard these people are very good in expressing the opinion regarding the food. I am looking term paper writing services reviews for the food. It is great food nice review posted.

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