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Back to Zhou's Kitchen#01-01, Far East Square, 9-13 Amoy Street
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$31/pax

based on 21 reviews
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Large Groups/Gathering10 votes
Dinner8 votes
Business Dining6 votes
Children/Family6 votes
Lunch6 votes
High Tea5 votes
Buffet4 votes
Vibrant/Noisy4 votes
After Work3 votes
Girls Night Out3 votes
Quiet3 votes

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Jooyoung Park
 • 04 Sep 2013 1 review 0 follower
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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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del lee
 • 05 May 2012 13 reviews 0 follower
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very attentive service. and the prices for the food are very reasonable.

keep up the good work!

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Brunch, Large Groups/Gathering, Vibrant/Noisy

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bonaventure ta
 • 20 Feb 2012 3 reviews 0 follower
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Recently, I’ve realized that my family has been travelling to the branch at Far East Square for our regular family dinners.

 

Reason being: they have attentive service and not too crowded, food is good and ambience is simple and serene.

 

The very last time we had the long long long spring roll which was really long. Probably 3-4 times the length of a normal spring roll / popiah. Being soup lovers, we also ordered the clam soup with cabbage, beancurd and dried shrimps. Surprisingly, the soup was loaded with ingredients with a thick soup.

In addition, we had the pork shank which was really tender and tasty! With the right balance of fats and meat, the pork shank did not appear too oily and the gravy complements the entire dish.

 

Lastly, our favourite has to be the braised spinach beancurd with mushrooms and vegetables. The beancurd is crispy on the outside and soft when bitten into (think tau hua). A definite winner with both adults and children.

 

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I also recommend this place for:
Lunch, Dinner, Large Groups/Gathering, Children/Family, Business Dining, Corporate Events, Boys Night Out, Girls Night Out, Vibrant/Noisy

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