Zhou's Kitchen has closed.

(Closed) Zhou's Kitchen (Far East Square) (周庄)

Summary

Overall RatingBased on 21 reviews
Food/Drink2.9
Value2.8
Ambience3
Service3.1
$31/pax
Fried Eggplant with Pork Floss, fried bean curd, mini egg tart, Char Siew Pastry 叉燒酥, Fried Noodles with Soya Sauce, Steamed Guo Tie with Sichuan Sauce aka Chinese Gyoza, chicken claw, chili crab, coffee pork ribs, fried egg plant with pork floss, pork rib and prawn dumpling, prawns, sambal dishes, siew mai View all
Large Groups/Gathering, Dinner, Business Dining, Children/Family, Lunch, High Tea, Buffet, Vibrant/Noisy, After Work, Girls Night Out, Quiet View all
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CLOSED - it became tung lok restaurant not zhous kitchen

Total Review: 1

CLOSED- Zhous kitchen was also tung lok group but they changed the restaurant interior and its now Tong lok old style restaurant. 
I guess far east square is near china town so they decided to go back old style.


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Most helpful reviews for (Closed) Zhou's Kitchen (Far East Square)

Value for money buffet

Food/Drink 4| Value 3| Ambience 4| Service 4
Total Reviews: 159

Buffet is super good man! You get tunglok quality food and around $40 nett. Its a la carte buffet, so you eat all your want! Chili crabs, sharks fin, peking duck one servin. tofu with spinach is really nice and smooth, stir fry beef is great! Most of the dishes are good. value for money go in big groups to sample all items!


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So-So

Food/Drink 3| Value 3| Ambience 3| Service 3
Total Reviews: 102

Had a mixture of dimsum & beef horfun here for lunch. The dim sum was average at best. The beef horfun, however, was excellent! The beef was tender and the horfun was very tasty, though a little bit oily. The price was ok - we paid about $18 per pax (4 people in total). The staff were friendly and courteous. I might go back again.


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Buffet dinner at Zhou's Kitchen

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

Went there to celebrate my daughter's birthday one sat evening. Chili crabs, steam prawn, sharks fin and peking duck - one serving only.

The food was average. We paid about $200 for 5 adults and 1 child. Not much of seafood variety. Chili crab's gravy tasted plain and a bit spicy. The last time we went to one of Tung Lok's buffet at Arena and its chilli crab also tasted lousy. Is this Tung Lok's speciality in their way of cooking chilli crab? I wonder. The spinach that we'd ordered, it had got a kind of 'soil' smell, probably not been thoroughly washed.

It will be better if they can improve on the gravy of chilli crabs and have more variety choices on seafood.


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Yummy Yummy

Food/Drink 3| Value 3| Ambience 3| Service 4
Total Review: 1

I went for the Hi-tea with my gal friend. The serving size is just nice and we ordered almost all the food from the menu. The Char Siew Bao is the best.


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