Dig into the fiery flavours of authentic Sichuanese cuisine at Numb Restaurant
Gaining popularity amongst local foodies in recent years, Sichuan cuisine’s famed spice and flavours have cemented themselves a place as one of Singapore’s go-to cuisines. Welcoming a new establishment to the market, fans of Sichuan’s bold flavours will not want to miss this: opening their doors at Marina One, Numb Restaurant’s stellar offerings promise to take over the senses of all you brave gourmands.
Brought to us by the founders of Chengdu Restaurant and Chengdu Bowl, Numb Restaurant is all about the authentic Sichuanese experience, skilfully executed with refined, contemporary techniques that will appeal even to the new generation of diners.
Presenting an exciting menu that connects modern diners with trending dishes in China itself, Numb Restaurant’s age-old Sichuanese cuisine showcases authentic highlights like Imperial Sauced Sliced Beef, either Braised or in their Numb & Spicy flavour, and Sliced Pork Belly with Classic Garlic and Chilli Sauce appetisers to prepare your appetite for a real hot feast.
Go for their house original Applewood Smoked Crispy Chicken, roasted to juicy perfection with tempeh and peanuts, Classic Chengdu Seabass in Sour Picked Soup for a comforting classic, Trendy Peking Duck in Spicy Stew, and Mala Broth Boiled Seabass for those with a hankering for dishes with intense flavours.
For more reimagined highlights, fans can look forward to their Champion Beef and Mixed Veggies in Golden Spicy Sour Soup, Awesome Spicy Chilli Chicken with Fried Dough Twist, and the stunning Sweet and Sour Pork Fruit Platter on Ice, featuring purple sweet potato, strawberries, blueberries, and pineapple.
Don’t miss out on their array of house-made concoctions and unique blends to pair with your fiery feast. Sip on their Taro Sago in Fresh Coconut Water, Passionfruit Green Tea, Lychee with Cold Brew Jasmine Tea, and Nourishing Pear Tea, or pick from a range of wines, cocktails, and craft beers from the award-winning Brewlander brewery to complement your Sichuanese feast.
For more on this exciting new restaurant, head over to their website here.