Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 15:00
Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 22:30
Sun & PH: 10:00 - 15:00
Sun & PH: 18:00 - 22:30
Tung Lok Classics, part of the Tung Lok Group, offers a tantalising range of Shanghainese, Sichuan, Hubei and Cantonese dishes. It is located at Amber Road.
We have ordered the $98 set dinner using Amex one - for - one promotion. It is value for money. We had braised shark fin with crab meat soup, soon hock fish fillet, baby lobster noodles and chilled mango with ice cream in a coconut among other food items. We also ordered the mee sua with fish puff for our toddler son. He prefers the food we are having.
Exceptionally good service and good quality food. Very good value for AMEX promotion card holders. Service quality is very good even during busy weekend peak periods.
The Tung Lok Group’s latest addition is located in the sparkling arrival pavilion of Amber Roads historic Chinese Swimming Club. Taking up the new wings entire third floor, its clean, simple lines and contemporary dcor are very much in keeping with the other Tung Lok counterparts in the city.
We had the deep-fried beancurd cubes with seven spices ($5) and Shanghai braised duck ($9) to start with; and loved the light yet flavorful taste of the dice-sized cubes, while the latter was similarly excellent--its succulent meat meshing splendidly with its sweet-salty, dark braising sauce. A trio of stellar dishes was next: lobster prepared in two ways ($24), which was astoundingly good; and braised bullfrog with vegetables and lantern chili ($22). With diced zucchini, peppers and carrots, the bullfrog dish was a good, spicy one with tender meat. The shredded beancurd with shrimp ($16) also had generous portions of fresh prawns in a subtle broth.
Finally, we rounded off our meal with a mango sago ice-cream with young coconut ($8)quite simply the best palate-cleansing dessert weve had in a while. Special mention must go to the warm and smiley service here. All in all, it was a great meal out, and well be back to dig further into its extensive menu and enticing set menu offers.
Shanghainese, Si chuan, Hubei or cantonese cuisine? You can get it all here! As it was me and my family’s first time dining at the restaurant, we asked the polite waiter for recommendations and are loving the braised pomfret with pickled chillis and flavourful soup filled with pork, beancurd and bamboo shoots. For the ladies who want to bulk up on collagen, the stewed sea cucumber is not to be missed.