Tung Lok Classics is the latest line of restaurants from the Tung Lok group of restaurants, and Classics not only serve traditional home style Chinese and Cantonese cuisines, but is also introducing dishes from a various China provinces.
We visited the restaurant on 28 April on their opening day. The restaurant is quite big but looks a bit empty. There is large glass windows by the side of the restaurant which overlooks the swimming pool.
Appetizer was lobster meat done 3 styles, including crispy fried lobster meat served on lettuce and a cream baked lobster meat served on crispy nest. Lobster was fresh and I especially like the cream baked lobster.
Our 1st China dish was this Braised Fish Head with Lantern Chillis. The lantern chillis is not spicy and actuallu taste sweet after being braised for hours. The fish head was quite meaty, and the fish broth is pretty tasty too.
Another Shanghai dish - Shredded beancurd with prawns and Chinese ham - I think Singaporeans will not be used to this shredded beancurd dish. Not appetizing to me. Left this dish mostly untouched.
Crispy deep fried fish fillets and sotong chunks - The seafood retains its freshness even though the batter is crispy. Pretty good!
Braised pork in special soya sauce cooked with beancurd stips tied into knots. Pork is not too oily and goes well with white rice.
Chilled coconut ice-cream with Purple rice-puree served in young coconut.
Herbal Jelly in Cheng Teng.
Tung Lok Classics also serves Dim Sum lunch everyday during lunch time.
Tung Lok Classics
#03-00 Chinese Swimming Club
21 Amber Road
TEL: 6348 0188