Famous Chinese sauerkraut fish (Suan Cai Yu, or sour vegetables fish) restaurant from China, Tai Er Chinese SauerKraut Fish is opening its first outlet at Jewel Changi Airport.
Not to be confused with Tai Er Grilled Fish, Fragrant Spicy crab (which apparently is not from China) at Compass One which has the same name and spots a similar look and concept, Tai Er Chinese SauerKraut Fish is a massive chain with many restaurants in China.
Photo credit: Zara Zhang
It specialises in the Chinese sauerkraut fish—a traditional Sichuanese dish that is popular throughout China.
Other than its signature Suan Cai Yu, Tai Er Chinese SauerKraut Fish in China is also known for its rules:
- You can only have four people max at one table at a time, and no latecomers will be seated.
- The restaurant will not adjust the spiciness level of the grilled fish
- No takeout
We wonder if Tai Er Chinese SauerKraut Fish’s outpost in Singapore will maintain these rules.
Photo credit: Lynde Lim
Fans of Suan Cai Yu must visit them when they officially open at Jewel Changi Airport. The new outlet is located on level 3 next to Chun Yang Tea.
Tai Er Chinese SauerKraut Fish
78 Airport Blvd., Singapore 819666
#03-208 Jewel Changi Airport