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TungLok Teahouse (Square 2)

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TungLok Teahouse provides an experiential dining which transports you back to the 70s. Enjoy the ambience, created to relive the beautiful memories of the good old days while indulging in an exquisite range of Chinese favourites and piping hot Dim Sum ‘made on the spot, steamed to order.’ Reminisce memories of yesteryears with simple pleasures, heavenly treasures at TungLok Teahouse today.

10 Sinaran Drive
#01-73 Square 2
Singapore 307506

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11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
03:00pm - 05:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
03:00pm - 05:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

The panda pau was filled with black sesame and was very soft and fluffy. The black sesame paste could have been richer in flavour though.

cheap thrill but i enjoyed how all my dimsum was served on the conveyor belt trains, and yet each basket was still piping hot!!
but the quality and taste of the dimsum here was just divine, and with each dish i tasted, my satisfaction level grew higher and higher. the flavors were well-balanced and consistently good.

these are some of the more notable dishes i tasted:
🌟🌟🌟 teahouse signature rice roll ‘cheong fun’ ($8.50): prawn and scallops wrapped in a crispy tempura like roll, and then enveloped in rice roll sheet and served with the normal chee cheong fun sauce. yuMZ, due to all the different textures

🌟 black sesame lava buns (the panda shaped ones in the picture) ($6.30): i guess you don’t rly see dimsum stores offering black sesame buns, which is why this made so excited due to how much i like the black sesame flavor. steaming hot black sesame lava oozing out of a fluffy bun, nothing better than this!!!

🌟 deep fried dumpling filled with pork, mushroom and dried shrimp ($6.30): the dumpling skin was of a mochi like texture so it was really interesting, for one side to be so crispy from the frying and the other side was still so soft and chewy. i liked the combination of flavors for the filling, especially with the taste of honey-roasted charsiew and the subtly spicy, savory dried shrimp!!

the other dishes i tried were the usual dimsum dishes of xlb, bbq pork buns, fried prawn in beancurd skin roll and salted egg lava bun (which comes in a walnut shaped bun as seen in pic, pretty cute!!)

the prices are a little on the steep side for dimsum dishes, but at the time i went (about 4pm on a saturday), there was a 20% discount for all dimsum items so that was a real bonus!!

This photo seriously doesn’t do this rice roll enough justice - this was THE bomb! Imagine a rice roll covering so silky smooth it just almost slides off your tongue with a crispy tempura flake interior and right at the centre, a succulent and well-marinated prawn! This was an interesting twist on traditional rice rolls (I know in HK, they have the version with youtiao inside, but this one is hands down better)!

Bought chope vouchers for use at either 5.30pm or 8.30pm and enjoyed my meal here at 50% off!

Cute piglet char siew buns, but nothing fantastic about the flavour. Technology used to deliver the food was quite novel, and can be a fun experience for the first time.

Love the dim sum at tunglok teahouse. This Siew mai was filled with juicy pork, with bits of mushrooms. The ordering system was kinda unique too as they have this automated tray system. An ideal place for family or friends to get together.
Price: ~ $15 per pax

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Soya Sauce Chicken - The chicken with a smooth brown skin, was incredibly tender. Drizzled with their house-made soy sauce, the chicken looked deceptively simple, but was a smashing hit with everyone.

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