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Tan Xiang Yuan serves up authentic Chinese gastronomy along Little India

Of the few remaining places in Singapore that still offer us a glimpse into our colourful past, the vibrant Little India district is a treasure trove of our nation’s cultural heritage. Known for our unique blend of multiple races and culture, it’s no surprise that the area also houses some of the most delicious culinary experiences.

Here with a brand new offering along Little India is the exciting Tan Xiang Yuan (炭香YUÁN) restaurant. Showcasing the epitome of our Local Chinese cuisine, the fresh establishment serves up a mouth-watering menu filled with authentic Chinese heritage.

As its name suggests, the new concept finds inspiration in fundamental Chinese concepts of “Home”, “Reunion”, and “Fate” – playing on the different, yet homophonic, “yuán” characters that respectively represent the three words in Chinese.

Boasting a wide selection of both traditional and modern Chinese dishes, Tan Xiang Yuan goes above and beyond in the treatment of their dishes; creating each and every one with care and precision to deliver only the best qualities and flavours of true Chinese gastronomy.

A perfect dining destination, whether it’s for a casual gathering with loved ones or an important meal with colleagues, the restaurant prides itself on creating unforgettable dining experiences with an amazing menu that’s elevated by their inviting atmosphere and exceptional service.

At Tan Xiang Yuan, gourmands can look forward to highlights such as their award-winning Mao Shan Wang Durian Chilli Ball, incredibly tender and flavourful Hand Drizzled Roast Chicken, fragrant Angelica Black Pepper Crab, and many more exquisite creations.

To complete your after-hours indulgence, don’t forget to check out their list of specially curated beverages at the aesthetic bar counter to beautifully round up your meal and let your hair down for the day.


To find out more about the new concept, check out their Instagram page here.