Chinese, Seafood, Singaporean
+65 62626996

Mondays - Saturdays
Lunch: 11:30 - 15:00
(Last Order at 2:30pm)
Dinner: 17:30 - 22:30pm
(Last Order at 10:00pm)

Sundays & Public Holidays
Lunch: 10:00 - 15:00
(Last Order at 2:30pm)
Dinner: 17:30 - 22:30
(Last Order at 10:00pm)

$41 based on 28 submissions
Children/Family (13 votes), Dinner (13 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (11 votes) ...

Offering you the freshest catch to welcome seafood lovers from all parts of Singapore, TungLok Seafood specialises in the best of Singapore-style seafood prepared with the quality and standards synonymous with the TungLok brand. Perennial favourites are the Black Pepper Crab, voted the best in town, and Chilli Crab that uniquely combines orange juice and tomato sauce to create a finger-licking good gravy, perfect for slurping up with man tou. 

What others are eating here

  • Buffet 2 votes
  • salmon sashimi 2 votes
  • Meat Platter 1 vote
  • Ostrich Meat/BPepper 1 vote
  • Red bean pancake 1 vote

Latest Review for TungLok Seafood

Overall RatingBased on 21 reviews
Most helpful review:

Its not a good choice, yet not a bad choice

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 4 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 22

Went there for a meeting with old friends. The service was not good. They cant speak English well so be prepared to order in Chinese. The seafood buffet costs us 40$/pax and the quality was not so good, yet you cant expect more with that low price. My favorite is steam fish and cailan. Chili crab was normal and so was steam prawn in chinese herb. Beijing duck was ok though. You may not want to order deep fried baby squid as it is to dry and nothing to enjoy.

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Food/Drink 3 | Value 2 | Ambience 4 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 203

This is a popular place for my family to go to especially when we celebrate granny's birthday. We would usually reserve 2 to 3 tables and enjoy tung lok's seafood buffet which is available at this particular outlet. Being a seafood buffet, the price is pretty steep but at least you can eat to your hearts content. However, certain items like the shark fin soup and prawns seemed to be limited to one serving per pax so it is not exactly a buffet for every item; which might make you wonder if the price is worth it. Still, they offer a large variety of other food items too but taste wise it can be pretty average so I would think that the more picky customers might not fancy this place too much.

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Buffet Is A Scam, a lot of dishes not available

Food/Drink 2 | Value 1 | Ambience 2 | Service 2
Total Review: 1

Went to Tung Lok Seafood at Arena Country Club last Sunday 7pm for dinner with my family. There were a total of 9 adults and 2 children. We opt for the ala-carte dinner buffet at $38.80++ /adult, $28.80++/child as we thought its value for money.

Initially, 3 of us arrived and ordered first as the rest will be joining us shortly. When the rest of our family members arrived, the initial food we ordered also arrived but we discover that the portion is only for 3 pax as initially only 3 person was around. So we ordered the salmon sashimi and cereal prawn again and also other new dishes such as the steamed fish, drunken prawns, duck, some dim sum, vegetables, etc. That was around 7:30pm. To our surprise, we were told that the more expensive dishes we ordered, such as the salmon sashimi, cereal prawn, steamed fish, duck, drunken prawn were sold out!! Only other dishes such as the vegetables, pork rib, carrot cake, etc were available.

I told the person in charge that most of the dishes that they claimed were sold out we have not even tried once! And even for those that we have ordered the second time, its because the first time round they only gave a small portion enough for 3 person because initially only 3 were present.

I told them its supposed to be a buffet where we can eat as much as we want but now we have not even tried the dishes once and you told me its sold out. What's this? 

Its ridiculous! I can't believe Tung Lok, such a reputable restaurant, can do such thing.

The last straw came when we ordered dessert and they told us that the almond longan is not available, just like the other dishes we ordered earlier. Later while I was bringing my child to look at the fishes in the tank and happened to pass by a fridge with glass door outside their kitchen, I saw many bowls of almond longan in it !! That really made us boils!!

Normally, I am quite lazy to write reivew but this time I feel that there is a need to alert other diners to beware of such practices at Tung Lok Seafood in order not to get conned.

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