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15% Discount on Dinner at Sichuan Alley - Get Deals, Cashback and Rewards with ShopBack GO

15% Discount on Dinner


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Sichuan Alley

Ends on 31/12/2032

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More about this deal

  • Minimum spend: None
  • Valid on: All items
  • Available for: Dine in and takeaways. Takeaway charges may be applicable.
  • Usable on: Daily, 5-9pm
  • Purchase limit: Unlimited
  • Voucher(s) per bill: 1
  • Reservations required: No
  • Usable with in-store promotions: No

Other terms of use

  • Voucher must be presented to staff upon payment.
  • Deal is not valid in conjunction with other promotions, discounts, vouchers, deals, or loyalty programs. No splitting of bills is allowed. Any exceptions are subject to merchant’s discretion.
  • Price includes GST and Service Charges where applicable. Any top-up or additional purchases will be payable to the merchant, and subject to GST and Service Charges where applicable.
  • Valid only at outlets listed on ShopBack GO, unless otherwise stated.
  • Deal is not exchangeable for cash or part thereof.
  • Deal is limited to while stocks last.
  • The merchant reserves the right to change the terms and conditions without prior notice.
  • Please read the Rules of Use for all conditions of this voucher before you use it.

Sichuan Alley

Food and Drink, Local, Takeaway

A noodle shop that specializes in artisanal handmade noodles, with its roots traced back to Sichuan, has recently opened in the heart of Telok Ayer. What sets them apart from the rest is that their rice noodles are sourced directly from a supplier who is living in a village in Sichuan and hence, this is as close as you can get to the original Mian Yang rice noodles. Diners can get to customize their order from the type of noodles, to choose either the Mian Yang rice noodles or regular noodles, and up to three variations of the traditional Sichuan broth bases (clear/red/mixed) or a dry tossed version.