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Tanyu Jewel Changi Airport: awesome new opening for 2023


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Brian Kennett

Amateur Chef and Traveling Foodie Extraordinaire

Tanyu Jewel Changi Airport is soon to open its doors, and is smack bang next to another new opening for Jewel Changi Airport Food Hall in 2023: Kee Wah Bakery.

Tanyu 探鱼 is a Chinese restaurant chain known for its specialty in grilled fish. With over 300 outlets in more than 70 major cities in China, Tanyu 探鱼 opened its first overseas flagship store in Singapore on December 8, 2017. The restaurant aims to cater to the diverse tastes of local Singaporeans by offering a variety of grilled fish options. Tanyu’s grilled fish is prepared with a unique twist, combining savoury, spicy, and numbing flavours.

How they grace their presence at one of’s favourite dining spots and open as Tanyu Jewel Changi Airport. One of their other main locations is 探鱼 – Tanyu 313@somerset, where we recently wrote about another new restaurant opening soon: The Shelf Side: Brilliant Vietnamese-Western Restaurant, new to 313 Somerset.

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The restaurant chain has gained popularity for its authentic Chinese dishes, particularly its signature grilled fish with sauerkraut. Unlike traditional grilled fish flavours, Tanyu’s version offers a refreshing combination that has been well-received by customers. Since its establishment in Singapore, Tanyu has opened five outlets in the country, expanding its presence in the local dining scene. now it opens its sixth at Tanyu Jewel Changi Airport.

Tanyu Jewel Changi Airport

Tanyu’s menu usually features a range of Chinese Sichuan / Szechuan cuisine, with a focus on grilled fish. The restaurant offers various varieties of grilled fish, allowing customers to choose their preferred flavour profiles and spice levels. Aside from its dine-in services, Tanyu also usually provides takeout and delivery options for added convenience; however, we cannot confirm that for 

Tanyu Grilled Fish: Unveiling Authentic Chinese Delights

Welcome to Tanyu, the ultimate destination for authentic Chinese cuisine in Singapore. Tanyu offers an exceptional culinary experience that combines traditional Chinese flavours with innovative twists, leaving punters yearning for more. In this blog, we’ll delve into the exquisite details of their signature Grilled Fish with Sauerkraut and other delectable dishes that are sure to tantalize your taste buds.


Grilled Fish with Sauerkraut: The Star of the Tanyu Menu

Tanyu’s flagship dish, the Grilled Fish with Sauerkraut, steals the spotlight with its exceptional taste and quality. Prepared with generous chunks of premium Chinese sauerkraut, carefully selected from Yunnan’s old altar pickled mustard greens, this dish is a harmonious blend of flavors. The sauerkraut, soaked in the old altar for 550 hours, attains the perfect texture and tanginess, thanks to optimal temperature and humidity control.

The fresh and tender fish is delicately grilled to perfection and served alongside pickled peppers, potato slices, shredded onions, pickled radish, and lemon slices, creating a symphony of tastes that will leave you truly satisfied.

Indulge in Irresistible Snacks and Barbecue Delights

Kickstart your Tanyu experience with their tantalizing Tanyu Party Platter. This platter is a haven for fried food enthusiasts, featuring a delightful combination of crisp-fried golden mushrooms with salt and pepper, crispy fried pork, shrimp crackers, and fried chicken tenders. It’s the perfect way to whet your appetite before relishing the signature Grilled Fish.

For those seeking a sizzling and flavourful adventure, Tanyu presents the Sizzling Hot Plate Tofu and Grilled Beef Cube with Pineapple. The bite-sized sizzling tofu, grilled to perfection, offers a crispy exterior and a soft, tender interior. Served in a bubbling hot sauce and topped with minced pork, parsley, and pickled mustard, this dish guarantees a burst of textures and flavours – it’s umami beer food and some.

Alternatively, you can opt for the Grilled Beef Cube with Pineapple, featuring plump and tender beef cubes grilled alongside a refreshing medley of pineapples and bell peppers.

Exquisite Dining Experience and Pristine Service

At Tanyu, they believe that a truly memorable dining experience encompasses not just exceptional food but also top-notch service. I like that.

What's the location of Tanyu Jewel Changi Airport?

Jewel Airport Boulevard #B2-235/236 Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore 819666 

Here are some of the top questions and answers from the "People Also Ask" section about Tanyu Restaurant and Chinese cuisine:

Question: Who owns Tan Yu?

Answer: Tan Yu is a Chinese restaurant chain that is part of a China restaurant chain. The specific ownership details are not known.

Question: Which country is TanYu from?

Answer: TanYu originated in China and has expanded to various cities, including Singapore and Malaysia.

Question: What is Chinese food?

Answer: Chinese food refers to the culinary traditions and dishes originating from China. It includes a wide variety of flavours, ingredients, cooking methods, and regional specialties.

Question: What are some popular Chinese dishes?

Answer: Some popular Chinese dishes include Kung Pao Chicken, Sweet, and Sour Pork, Mapo Tofu, Peking Duck, Chow Mein, Dim Sum, Hot, and Sour Soup, and General Tso’s Chicken.

Question: Is Chinese food healthy?

Answer: Chinese cuisine can be healthy, depending on the choices of dishes. Many Chinese dishes include a variety of vegetables, lean proteins, and steamed or stir-fried cooking methods. However, some dishes may be high in sodium, oil, or sugar, so it’s important to make mindful choices.

Question: What are the main flavours of Chinese cuisine?

Answer: The main flavours in Chinese cuisine are sweet, sour, salty, spicy, and umami. These flavors are often balanced in dishes to create a harmonious taste profile.

Question: What are some common ingredients used in Chinese cooking?

Answer: Common ingredients in Chinese cooking include soy sauce, ginger, garlic, sesame oil, rice vinegar, oyster sauce, Sichuan peppercorns, star anise, and various vegetables, meats, and seafood.

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