A Gan Guo Kui Chinese restaurant operates within Singapore’s Funan shopping centre, at 107 North Bridge Road.
The signature dish, Guo Kui, is a thin, flatbread typically stuffed with various types of fillings.
A popular street snack originating from Jingzhou, Hubei, China, Guo Kui is a long preserved tradition that has a history going back more than 1,000 years.
All the Guo Kuis at the restaurant are flattened and baked using a oversized, traditional charcoal heated clay oven till the bread is crispy golden brown, and till the ingredients are baked.
A Gan Guo Kui Funan
107 North Bridge Rd, #B2-K05, Funan Mall
Among the anchor tenants at the shopping centre is Golden Village Funan, which is a 431-seat, seven-theatre complex, as well as TFX Extraordinary Fitness Gym, equipped with cutting-edge gym equipment, a spin class studio, yoga studio, and a swimming pool.