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(Relocated) Tonny Restaurant

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HongKong Renowned Owner Chef Tonny Chan has his restaurant brought to Singapore and housed in Joo Chiat. From whipping up mouth-watering authentic HongKong dishes to the meticulous picking of freshest ingredients, Master Chef Tonny prefers handling all personally. 

 

He believes the goodness of natural taste, forbidding the use of MSG and only uses chicken broth to enhance his flavorsome dishes. 

 

Only four months into business, Master Chef Tonny has already won praises from both reputable magazines and newspapers like Zao Bao, Sin Ming Ri Bao, Straits Times, 8 Days, Today and I-S Magazine. He has also attended various culinary shows to display his remarkable skills and award-winning dishes.

 

Do not miss his signature dishes Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and Crispy Yam with Truffle Oil during your visit to Tonny Restaurant! Full Cream Crab Congee, Steamed Live King "Pating" Fish with Ginger and Chili, Pan-fried Salted Boneless Chicken with Five Spices are also a Must Try! 

 

Events, gathering and reservations are welcomed! 

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

Closed: Thu

+65 63489298
$35 based on 18 submissions
Children/Family (5 votes), Dinner (4 votes)
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Not a posh fancy environment but it's great Chinese / Cantonese fare at reasonable prices. The The Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a must try as with the Crab Congee. I'm in love with the Baked Goose Web with Mushroom (claypot) that goes well with rice. Some servers are better than others, just take your time to clarify and ensure they got it right. Worth the patience.  We ordered about 7 dishes (including dessert) for 4 pax, came to $200.
 
 https://singaporeaneats.wordpress.com/2015/03/03/tonny-restaurant-geylang-lor-3/

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  • Crispy Yam with Truffle Oil4 votes
  • Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon3 votes
  • Deep Fried Fish Skin3 votes
  • Baked Goose Web with Mushroom1 vote
  • Crab Congee1 vote
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• 17 Apr 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

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Not a posh fancy environment but it's great Chinese / Cantonese fare at reasonable prices. The The Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a must try as with the Crab Congee. I'm in love with the Baked Goose Web with Mushroom (claypot) that goes well with rice. Some servers are better than others, just take your time to clarify and ensure they got it right. Worth the patience.  We ordered about 7 dishes (including dessert) for 4 pax, came to $200.
 
 https://singaporeaneats.wordpress.com/2015/03/03/tonny-restaurant-geylang-lor-3/
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• 01 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

NOT CLOSED, just moved.

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10 Lorong 3 Geylang, 388862

Is the new address of this place. The food is pretty good based on my experience. I quite like the Ohmi wagyu steamboat they offer for 30SGD/Pax. 

The ala carte menu is pretty good too, as well as their set meals. 
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• 15 Oct 2013 • 154 reviews • 1 follower

Good Chinese food in the East!

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Please go to http://rollingwrites.blogspot.sg/2013/09/tonny-restaurant.html for photos!

Ever since I read Straits Times food reviewer, Tan Hsueh Yun's review on Tonny Restaurant, I knew I had to come here. I find it slightly amusing that this place is draped in red at every corner. Well, I guess that's how traditional Chinese restaurants typically look like.

Photos of the chef with celebrities are plastered on the glass panels of the restaurant. This chef is a bit of a big shot- Renowned chef from Hong Kong who frequently appears on Channel 8 programmes.

This is the famous Crispy Yam with Truffle Oil ($12). This starter consists of very thin strips of deep fried yam, coupled with a light drizzle of truffle oil. This made a perfect starter- not oily and appetising.

Another famous dish- Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon ($9 per pax). At this point, I was already starting to get pretty impressed with the way ingredients come together. Here, we have some lobster puree cooked with egg white. This might be enough for two to share. The egg white consistency together with the crispy shell made a perfect combination. Plus the garnish on top the lobster puree added more flavour to this already impressive dish.

The Pan-Fried Cod Fish Filled with Soya Sauce ($33) was absolutely delightful. Fresh fish with a flavourful sauce which was not too thick or salty. I'm starting to wonder, whoever's cooking these dishes has been blessed with lots of culinary talent.

I was enjoying all the food in between that I didn't even bother capturing the photos of the dishes. What happened in between- we had Crab Congee ($36- this depends on the amount of crab you want in the porridge) and Beans with Dried Shrimps ($14).

The crab congee wasn't as impressive as I thought it would be. Anyhow, it had the interesting addition of green beans. The Beans were crunchy and the dried shrimps were deep fried and aromatic.

Lastly, we had some noodles ($14) to round off the dinner. This had salted egg yolk in it, which made the texture of the noodles slightly different than what we are accustomed to.

In all, this meal for 6 people cost $200. Worth every cent to try good and innovative dishes. Ambience nothing to rave about but service was pretty decent as well. Recommended!
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