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Tung Lok Signatures (Changi City Point)

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Enjoy your favourite signature cuisine and new creations within a classy interior. Tung Lok Signature’s "The Best Under One Roof" menu features a unique combination of signature dishes from the various Tung Lok restaurants as well as exquisite new dishes.

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 15:00

Sun & PH: 11:00 - 15:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 66360606
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too salty

we ordered 3dishes for dinner last night. roasted duck, crab and eggplant with blakc soy sause. the roasted duck taste good. but the other 2dishes are simply too salty and i was not able to take it. anyway, the place is quiet and nice. just less salt plz..

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• 27 Jun 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

too salty

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we ordered 3dishes for dinner last night. roasted duck, crab and eggplant with blakc soy sause. the roasted duck taste good. but the other 2dishes are simply too salty and i was not able to take it. anyway, the place is quiet and nice. just less salt plz..
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• 06 Oct 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

The kopi shop uncle makes better dim sum

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Very disappointing lunch. Too  many issues to state them all. Brief summary 

Poor service:
Nonchalanrestaurant manager that failed to greet us or offer my pregnant wife a seat while waiting for a table. Looked annoyed when asked if our table was ready. 

Substandard dim sum:

Ate 3 dishes. All of which failed to please. 

Char Siew bao came partially disintegrated. One was spilling contents out into the steamer. Bao was flat and squishy, not fluffy and light as it should normally be.

Cheong fun. Overthick and gooey but  disintegrated at a touch of my chopsticks  and could not be eaten without a spoon. Prawn filling was mildly overcooked

Fish maw dumpling. Tasteless chicken soup with a stingy and  unsatisfying amount of dumpling filling.  Had some slightly bitter herbal root ingredient that didn't help the already bland dish.

 Restaurant was very full so perhaps they couldn't deal with the volume? Must try again on a less busy day.
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• 15 Jul 2013 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

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Using the Palatte card, it was totally worth the money paid for the quality of food and the service. The dim sum was very very good and we liked the crispy duck in the menu. 
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