Went to Zhou's Kitchen with colleagues for lunch yesterday.
We ordered the 4 pax set lunch @$68+++.
Set Lunch consists of
Cold cut meats (octupus, chicken and jelly fish)- average
Hot and sour soup - Good
Tofu with spinach - Good
Wasabi prawn - average
Braised clayport chicken - average
Red bean paste pastries - Good
We sat at the tables along balcony with full view of Ikea alexandra. Quite a good place to have afternoon tea.
We paid using UOB card and got a 15% voucher for next visit (can be used at all Tung Lok rest.) They gave us a brochure on their high tea buffet on Sat, Sun and PH. Each pax is $15.80+++ from 3.30 - 5.00pm. The menu looks good, may go there and try it/...
Value for money if you are a Peking Duck Lover! High standard dishes as they are part of Tung Lok Group. I just love to go there with my boyfriend whenever I have craving for peking duck! And you'll just get to shop at Anchorpoint after your dinner, especially the factory outlets - G2000, Charles & Keith, etc. (good discounts)! 1 stone hit 2 birds!
The place is nicely setup for a good ala carte high tea buffet. The food is served fresh and with high quality of taste. Just spend an afternoon here, especially during the weekend, and you will be fully charged to face the coming week.
The high tea consist Hot & cold appetiser, Dian Xin, Soup & desserts. They serve it everyday, weekends cost more, but the spread is wider. They cook it after you ordered, so it comes hot & tasty. The waitress are very friendly, they waited on us like friends, that make us very comfortable.
from what Singapore offer but generally speaking about price it's not that equal to what we pay for. The staff mostly can not understand English, but for most Singaporean it's not a problem, it's just if we expect Internationally class it's not suitable.
having a company CNY dinner here, a bit disappointed. very few staff understand english and our expats have some difficulties to liaise. however, we could see that some effort were done to solve the issue by the manager. foods are average, maybe due to different style of cooking ? on the positive note, the peking duck is good and worth to try.