Nong Geng Ji Opens At VivoCity With Up To 50% Off |
Chinese Food News New Openings

Nong Geng Ji Opens At VivoCity With Up To 50% Off And Outlet-Exclusive Dishes

27th November 2023

Nong Geng Ji is now open at VivoCity


If you’re headed to VivoCity this coming weekend, we’ve got some good news for you: famous Hunan restaurant Nong Geng Ji is now open there, with a smashing 50% off deal to boot!

Nong Geng Ji: Famous Hunan Restaurant Opens In CBD, Get Spicy Pork With Abalone Here

nong geng ji vivo - promo poster
Image credit: @nonggengjisg

In celebration of their latest opening, all diners at Nong Geng Ji are entitled to half-price on their entire bill from 2 to 3 December. If you are unable to make it down then, don’t worry, because there’s a 40% off on 4 to 5 December, and 30% off on 6 to 8 December—still a pretty solid deal, if you ask us.

nong geng ji vivo - temp opening hours
Image credit: @nonggengjisg

Do note, however, that on these promo dates, the restaurant is operating on limited hours: 11:30am to 3pm, and 5pm to 10pm. On the plus side, you won’t really have to be in a physical queue, since queue numbers will be given out.


All that aside, what you can look forward to enjoying at Nong Geng Ji include their signature dishes of Stir-Fried Pork with Abalone and Chilli ($27.90++), of which they’ve sold more than 700,000 serves since it was launched in June 2022, and Signature Grass Fish Fillet with Chilli ($25.90++).

YAO YAO Sauerkraut Fish Review: Famous Chinese Suan Cai Yu With XXL You Tiao Now In Singapore


As with the more commonly found Sichuan cuisine, Hunanese food is known for its numbing chillies—you will definitely find that at Nong Geng Ji too.

nong geng ji vivo - Braised Pork with Preserved Mustard Greens
Image credit: @nonggengjisg

Even if you aren’t a fan of the mouth-numbing spice, there are outlet-exclusive dishes at this VivoCity eatery, such as Braised Pork with Preserved Mustard Greens ($24.90++), where premium pork belly is braised low and slow in an hours-long process.

nong geng ji vivo - Tea Oil Stir-Fried Kampung Chicken
Image credit: @nonggengjisg

Another VivoCity-exclusive dish is Tea Oil Stir-Fried Kampung Chicken ($23.90++), a home-style dish that’s native to Hengyang—the second-largest city in Hunan Province. This fragrant dish sees the use of tea oil, which adds a herbaceous note to the stir-fried chicken pieces.

nong geng ji vivocity - Stir-Fried Hunan Bok Choy with Crispy Pork Lard
Image credit: @nonggengjisg

Finally, you’ll also get to order Stir-Fried Hunan Bok Choy with Crispy Pork Lard ($13.90++), starring Hengyang-grown bok choy, which is only available 60 days a year!

nong geng ji vivo - Hunan Shao Mai
Image credit: @nonggengjisg

Don’t miss the Hunan Shao Mai (Price TBA) when you’re here too—they’re not your regular siew mai!

While you’re at VivoCity, popular Malaysian chocolate cafe dipndip is opening there soon, right next door! Otherwise, head upstairs to YAO YAO Sauerkraut Fish if you enjoy suan cai yu!

Address: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-51A, VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Nong Geng Ji is not a halal-certified eatery

Dipndip: Famous Chocolate Dessert Cafe Is Opening At VivoCity

Feature image adapted from @nonggengjisg

Drop us your email so you won't miss the latest news.

You Might Also Like