Ever heard of noodle tapas? Yeah, neither have we, until CHOW FUN joined the tapas scene last month. Located at The Grandstand, CHOW FUN serves over 18 small plates of Asian and Western-inspired noodles in different forms. Whether you swear by udon, penne or bee hoon, this place has got it all.
For those who are curious, the name of the restaurant means “fried noodles” in Cantonese, and is a pun on the English words “chow” (i.e. food) and “fun”. The owners were also super creative when it comes to their décor. Red lanterns and oriental ornaments are hung all around to mimic New York City’s Chinatown, and Chinese vintage posters were also re-printed to be hung on the walls. To give the restaurant a more personal touch, the owner adorned the entrance with a collection of old postcards that belonged to her grandfather in the 1930’s when he lived in China.
As all dishes are meant to be shared, it’s better to visit CHOW FUN in a bigger group. We suggest ordering four to six dishes for two people. They’ve also got all-day happy hour deals, so go ahead and jio a big group of friends to chill there.
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CHOW FUN is located at The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, #01-08. They are opened from 11 am to 12 midnight daily. Tel: 6464 6900
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Text: Gabrielle Anne Png