Ba Dao Guan, Chinatown, Singapore

In the middle of the hustle and bustle of Singapore’s Chinatown area is a great little restaurant called Ba Dao Guan or Sichuan Seafood Restaurant. Don’t let the name put you off if you’re not a seafood fan as there is a lot of non-seafood dishes on the menu.

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I’d been to this restaurant a couple of times before on my previous visits to Singapore, so when I found myself looking for somewhere to rehydrate and get out of the searing midday I knew I’d be in for a good feed.

And, most importantly, you can get a long neck of frosty cold Tiger beer for the bargain price of S$6.95. You can’t get much better than that in Singapore.

Not being a seafood fan I opted for a couple of old classics. On my first visit I had a very good freshly cooked Roast Duck Curry and rice. For my second meal here a week or so later I chose Spicy Beef, Lemongrass & Kaffir Lime Leaves and it was magnificent.

If you’re in Singapore’s Chinatown you must pop in for a meal and cold, cold beer. If you’re not in Chinatown you know how cheap the Singapore taxis are so you have no reason not to grab a meal here!