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Fat Bird

Fat Bird






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Located along Liang Seah Street in Bugis, Fat Bird is an authentic Chinese restaurant that expertly blends the dynamism of Chongqing-style hot pot with the delicacy of the dry wok cooking methodology.With its mouthwatering venue, this dining establishment is the perfect congregation spot for family and social gatherings.MUST TRIES: Their signature Chicken Pot sees tender and succulent Kampung cut into bite-sized pieces, before being cooked over high heat to retain all the exquisite flavours.The mouthwatering sauce is the product of a secret recipe that's prepared with 13 carefully chosen herbs and spices.

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Daily: 12:00 - 01:30

1 Liang Seah Street, #01-15/16 Liang Seah Place

Chinese, Sichuan, Zi Char

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