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The Dragon Chamber Reopens With New Dishes On The Menu

The Dragon Chamber reopens with an updated menu and an extended service area.

A secret dining venue hiding in plain sight, Dragon Chamber is an intriguing paradox. The front of the conceptual Chinese restaurant that is designed to look like a nondescript Kopitiam to conceal its dining room, is now a functional bar known as Dragon Chamber Kopitiam.

The Dragon Chamber Kopitiam now serves a menu of bar snack favourites like Prawn Paste Chicken(S$12++), Mala Fries (S$10++), and Salted Egg Yolk Fish Skin (S$10++) to pair alongside new cocktails such as Yuzu-jin ($24++), a turquoise concoction of gin, blue curacao and yuzu.

Step through the secret entrance and find yourself walking through a neon-lit alleyway lined with corrugated zinc sheets plastered with a collage of posters — an Instagram-worthy set-up that transports one to a scene in an old Hong Kong triad movie.

Wagyu Truffle Beef Hor Fun

Start your meal with their drinks such as Dragon Punch (S$24++) and Sake Mojito (S$19++) while you enjoy a menu comprising old favourites like Wagyu Truffle Beef Hor Fun(S$32++ /S$58++), “Hor Fun” wok-fried flat noodles served with US wagyu shortrib, crispy deep-fried hor fun strips, poached egg and finished with truffle gravy.

Minced Duck in Lettuce Cup

You can also opt for the new dishes such as the Sauteed Minced Duck in Lettuce Cup (S$24++), a classic dish of smoked duck breast with Chinese mushrooms, chestnuts, bamboo shoots and pine nuts served atop a lettuce cup, redolent with irresistible wok hei flavour, or opt for juicy and tender Beef Skewers(S$24++), Crystal Prawn with Fried Kailan(S$24++) and more.

Tofu Duo in Pumpkin Gravy

Another healthy update is the Tofu Duo in Pumpkin Gravy (S$24++), a riff on huangmenji — a wine-and-soy braised dish with mushrooms and bell peppers, traditionally made with chicken.

Seafood Pao Fan In Prawn Broth

There are comforting classics aplenty as well! Try luxurious Seafood Pao Fan In Prawn Broth (S$55++), lovingly slow-cooked for five hours with prawn heads, prawn meat and conpoy, and served with lobster tail, scallops, sakura shrimp, two types of puffed rice and an assortment of condiments for a mix of delicious flavours and textures. Or revisit the Classic San Bei Chicken (S$20++) which is made with rice wine, soy and lifted by the perfume of fragrant basil leaves.

Salted Caramel Ice Cream and Fries

For diners with the sweet tooth, end your meal with Mango Cream Lust (S$12++) comprising a creamy panna cotta dome with fresh mango slices and puree, topped with tangy passion fruit or Salted Caramel Ice Cream and Fries (S$12++) which features salted caramel ice cream and fries smothered in a house special szechuan sauce.

The Dragon Chamber is located at 2 Circular Road, Singapore 049358.

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