[CLOSED] Sun Lok Noodle House

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321 Clementi Avenue 3
#02-10 321 Clementi
Singapore 129905

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From the Burpple community

Wat Tan Hor Fun is one of my favourite Tze char dishes and Sunlok does it with aplomb.

Located at 321 clementi it does get pretty crowded with those living in the area.

While they ran out of hor fun on the day I went, the substitute of beehoon was still really good. Super smoky wok hei, a deliciously unctuous silky sauce and a generous amount of seafood. It’s one of dishes that I’ve categorised as one that I will end up always ordering every time I visit.

Shoutouts to @juliuslim for the great recommendation

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Thanks for bupplers Who posted about sun Lok’s new location. The last time I dined at their Jurong super bowl branch was more than 10 years back and haven’t been back because it was a little out of the way .

I am Glad that I have found my place to their new outlet at clementi this time.

Everything about this place makes you think you are dining in Hong Kong .

First and foremost the food was fabulous .
The porridge was silky and smooth ( and reminded me very much of crystal jade’s) while the wanton noodles came with 6 plump wantons hidden beneath a huge portion of springy noodles .

The home made char siew pao was soft and fluffy and filled with juicy char siew while the century egg and salted egg vegetables in broth was well prepared with a tasty broth .
It was very comforting to know that all the dim Sum items are hand made in house by the Chef.

For food quality this good , prices are reasonably affordable especially the noodle and porridge items .

The service was really warm and we were well hosted by an Aunty was Has been with the restaurant for 20 years. She made the dining experience really enjoyable - almost like we were dining at home .

And do check out the deco of the deli - very authentic Hk style .

I’m back again at Sun Lok Noodle House.
Plump and crunchy prawns in translucent-skinned dumplings & sweet and savoury char siew filling in fluffy buns. It’s hard not to love these dim sum favourites.

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Unlike the Char Siew from the Roast Meat Platter which was a tad disappointing, the Steamed B.B.Q. Bun was actually pretty good — not only was the bun pretty fluffy, the Char Siew filling within comes in chunk bits that is smothered in a thick and sweet sauce that's laced with honey; pretty good I would say.

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Went for the Char Siew and Roast Pork for the platter — the former was a bit lackluster almost entirely owing to the fact that it seemed to be of those that is roasted with a generic dye and lacked sweetness; a far cry from the saucy, thick and sweet Char Siew that we were expecting and usually would get from a Chinese restaurant. That being said, the meat was actually pretty tender, considering how the cut of the meat seemed to be leaner here. My favourite (and everyone else at the table too) had to be that Roast Pork; it's incredibly flavourful without being too thin nor too thick, while the crackling skin that provides for a crisp crunch was simply too hard not to love.

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From Sun Lok Noodle House — the establishment recently moved from Jurong Superbowl to a more accessible location at 321 Clementi; a very rustic and old-school Chinese restaurant with furnishings that feels as though its trapped in the good ol' days when life was simpler. The menu here features quite a variety of items ranging from noodles, congee and dim sum; they also offer tzechar style dishes here as well.

While the presentation is quite messy with how the noodles seemed to be strewn all over and the shrimp dumplings simply being everywhere, the dish was otherwise pretty delicious. Noodles were springy without carrying too much of an alkaline aftertaste, while the sauce flavours up the noodles when tossed together. The dumplings were easy to love; each one wrapped with a fresh, plump shrimp under that delicate skin. Very yummy.

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