Witness the Rebirth of The Dragon Chamber. “Secret Society” Restaurant Returns with New Dishes


  • A partnership between Ebb and Flow Group and Tung Lok Group

  • Hidden behind a fridge at a Circular Road kopitiam

  • Psych yourself up for adventurous dishes that feature crocodile feet and penis as the main ingredients

Get ready for the resurgence of The Dragon Chamber, now better than before. Hidden behind a fridge at a Circular Road kopitiam, this speakeasy restaurant and bar marks a new partnership between Ebb and Flow Group and Tung Lok Group.

"Dragon Chamber is for people who are looking for an adventure around every corner and want to push the boundaries of traditions and Chinese food. We focus on embodying the rebellious spirit of creation rather than just making food that sells," said Norman Hartono, Creative Director of Ebb and Flow Group.


The Dragon Chamber is more than just a Chinese restaurant where guests come to dine and then leave. Right off the bat, it offers an immersive experience; one that’s filled with intrigue. Arrive at the unassuming kopitiam and enter The Dragon Chamber through the glass fridge door; you must decide if you dare to make the perilous journey into an otherworldly realm.


Once you have made the bold decision to do so, you will be plunged into a world that is reminiscent of Chinatown gambling dens and secret society hangouts. The walls are covered with artwork from local and regional artists such as Sabotage, Mister Tucks and Riandy Karuniawan, referencing past and recent Chinese traditions.


The Dragon Chamber is for diners who are looking for a culinary adventure at every turn. Dare to step into a restaurant that pushes the boundaries and traditions of Chinese cuisine? Overseeing the kitchen team is Chef Wong Meng Ooi. The 37 -year-old started his love affair with the culinary arts from an early age, and has over 20 years of experience under his belt.





The generously portioned dishes are pres