Thursday, April 16, 2009

Dian Xiao Er Restaurant in Jurong Point

This is the entrance of the Dian Xiao Er Restaurant in Jurong Point.

Hubby and me decided to lunch here after finding the food court, that I mentioned in earlier post, so crowded. I prefer the food court where I can ordered different dishes from different restaurants. But I am too hungry to wait for empty table at the food court, so here I am at Dian Xiao Er. No regrets... cause the food is good too and the ambience is lovely.

The decorations in this restaurant are so beautiful but the lightings are too dim for our .

The tables settings looked so cute. They are like individual stalls.

The restaurant looked so empty, I bet most went to the food court with more choices.

Oh I love these murals, they are so beautiful.

I wish I could draw and paint. :)


M.Kate said...

I am going to Singapore very soon for a short business trip, do love the murals very much...ethnic, original and very different. Happy week..oh well, weekend's almost here ;p

Jim said...

I would take the restaurant over the food court.

Anya said...

I do like to drink tea with you in that restaurant ;)
Those murals are really beautiful painted !!!

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Lovely murals to create an ambience.
What do the words 'Dian Xiao Er' mean? Thanks

alicesg said...

Hi all,

Thanks for the visit and nice comments.

Yes, the murals are really very attractive.

Sunshine, the meaning of Dian Xiao Er means "shop little waiter". In the ancient time, they addressed the waiter as "Xiao Er".

Louise said...

I would pick a place like this over a food court ANY day! The lighting is wonderful!

Photo Cache said...

The murals are simply delightful. I too would prefer to eat at food courts, but some days I would really treat myself with places like this one.

XUE said...

I am also going to Singapore ...but not so soon. Just in late Aug. I love food courts & we always make up for lost time whenever we pop by to Singapore.

Squirrel said...

Wow... love the lighting and the murals in that restaurant. It looks romantic and very quiet.

Ai Shiang said...

Are they enlarged paintings? They look lovely. Don't they mind you taking photos in their restaurant?

When I went to Singapore, they always tell us no photos in the restaurants. Which is a bit inconvenient as I always have my camera around.

alicesg said...

Ai Shiang, they are not enlarged paintings. They are murals, drawn on the wall.

I dont have problems taking photos in restaurants. But in hotels, I have ask permission to take photo of buffets in the main table, the manager always allowed me.