Asian Kitchen Renovates ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ in Singapore
Asian Restaurant is proud to announce that it has restored the original Hell’s Kitchen restaurant, which was originally opened in 1888 in Singapore.
The restaurant opened on November 25, 1889, and has been a popular destination for Singaporeans for more than two decades.
Located in the heart of Singapore’s Old City, the restaurant served a wide range of cuisine, including Chinese, Japanese, Indian and Italian, to its patrons.
The restaurant was also known for its delicious food, which included chicken curry, chicken and pork soup, grilled chicken, curry, prawn soup, curry pudding, and shrimp soup.
The menu featured an extensive selection of Chinese dishes, which were also popular in the UK and the US.
According to the restaurant’s owner, the building was originally a store, and had been abandoned for years, when the owner sold it.
After a few years, a group of students from a local high school visited the old store to refurbish it.
The students returned to the premises to repair the kitchen, which they then opened on December 3, 1889.
The renovations were completed in 2016 and are expected to cost around $1 million.
The renovation included a new kitchen, a renovated and upgraded kitchen area, new fixtures, new windows and doors, a new roof, and new curtains.
The kitchen will also feature a new stainless steel countertop and countertops, which will also be painted and updated.
The menu will also include dishes including chicken curry soup, pork and lamb curry, egg curry, and rice pudding, as well as new dishes including Thai chicken curry and Chinese shrimp soup, as it was a staple in the area.
The new Hell’s kitchen will be open from 10:00am to 8:00pm daily, and will feature new food and beverage items, including cocktails, wine, beer, and spirits.
The main restaurant will also have a modern, modern kitchen.
For more information, visit www.asianrestaurant.com.sg.