With 4 blocks of food and nightlife entertainment, Clarke Quay is definitely Singapore’s most happening spot. Chuan Grill & Noodle Bar is the new kid on Block A. Although there is a wide variety of dining options located in Clarke Quay, the bosses of Chuan Grill & Noodle Bar noticed that no one was serving up some addictive Sichuan-style skewers to feed hungry, drunk souls after their night of partying. Therefore, Chuan Grill & Noodle Bar was born. Not only can you expect a wide array of barbecued meat prepared with Sichuan spices, feast on a soul-comforting bowl of lamian as well.
Beef Noodles in Beef Broth ($ )
Really liked that the broth was flavourful but not too oily.
The texture of the noodles were just nice too.
An assortment of skewers – beef, pork, chicken, mutton
Mega love for the ones served with garlic!
For all skewers, you can choose between the spicy or non-spicy option. I’m not good at eating spicy food but I enjoyed the Sichuan spices on top because the spice level was just nice for me.
Warning! These skewers are highly addictive and a match made in heaven when you pair them with a beer. Many patrons from neighbouring bars and restaurants even order in and bring over the skewers from Chuan Grill & Noodle Bar to enjoy at the bar of their choice. So don’t fret if you can’t get a seat at Chuan Grill & Noodle Bar, because they understand that seating capacity is rather limited.
You’d notice that all your skewers will be placed on this grill box which serves to keep your skewers warm. Sadly tho, it is not a charcoal grill. It just uses the flames of 3 small tealight candles.
Mid-joint chicken wings
Perennial favourite – can’t go wrong with chicken wings.
There’s 2 options available on the menu, with and without shell.
For all eggplant lovers, you’d definitely enjoy this dish.
Chuan Grill & Noodle Bar
Next time you walk by, do pop in and I assure you won’t regret!
Address: Clarke Quay, Block A #01-01