Zui Hong Lou

Restaurants, Chinese Chinatown
Zui Hong Lou
Braised pork belly bao
Zui Hong Lou
Deep fried seabass

Moving from Ann Siang Hill to Club Street, Zui Hong Lou (or Drunken Red House in English) has been given a new lease on life – complete with graffiti by local artist Rajesh Kumar. Brought to you by The Establishment, the same guys behind Gem Bar, Nutmeg & Clove and Wanton, Zui Hong Lou serves contemporary Asian food such as a variety of baos ($9) – there's braised pork belly, har chong gai, beef rendang, dory and organic Japanese yam – mapo tofu ($7) and deep fried seabass with scallions ($28). And it wouldn't be a drunken house without some cocktails. Expect familiar local flavours in drinks like Breakfast Club ($16), a mix of Mount Gay Eclipse, Averna-infused coffee, kaya oat milk, evaporated milk and egg yolk, and the Kopi Gin Tonic ($15) a refreshing tipple of Bankes Gin, espresso cold brew and tonic – combinations that will please even the grumpiest of kopitiam uncles.


Venue name: Zui Hong Lou
Address: 90 Club St
Opening hours: Mon-Thu & Sat 6pm-1am; Fri 6pm-2am
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