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.
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Address

7-13 Amoy Street
#01-01 Far East Square
Singapore 049949

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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Price

~$30/pax

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The slow braised pork belly is soft and moist, layered with equal parts lean meat and fat.
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Bold robust gravy, salty savoury and rich in flavour. Grandma would be proud.
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The braised claypot dishes here also happen to be much better than the regular zi char dishes.
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Part of the ala-carte buffet of dim sum and zi char at SGD $45 per person.
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Part of the ala-carte buffet of dim sum and zi char. At SGD $45 per person.
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The dim sum here is above average in quality. Not the best, but good enough.
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These meaty parcels are juicy sweet, full of flavour. Pretty worthwhile.
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Part of their ala-carte buffet of dim sum and zi char, at SGD $45 per person.
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This fish is decent enough that we got 2 rounds. The outside is nicely crisp, while the inside remains moist and flaky. Good salty sweet savoury flavour.
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Perhaps we visited on an off-day, as standards of service and several other dishes fluctuated throughout our meal.
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Noodles cooked just right and really good soup base! Other dishes: assorted dim sum, pork chop (succulent!), ngoh Hiang, braised toufu, mixed vege, 楊枝甘露 with ice cream.

($9.80) one of my favorite dimsum here!! Usual silky cheongfun, stuffed with crunchy fresh prawns, scallop, vegetable, and a layer of crispy bits for good texture. Absolutely delish!

Under the same brand, I have the feeling the price for the same kind of fish is not aligned. I had this fish at $9 per 100 grams. I do recalled when I dined at Tung Lok Seafood, the price is $4.80 per 100grams.

It is good when tung lok keeps reinventing to keep itself competitive. This claypot dish is fragrant and tasty. Paired with a bowl of white rice, this is comfort food.

Sound of Firecrackers Prosperity Crab Yu Sheng
The Yu Sheng was served with crab meat and fried salmon skin instead of the unhealthy fried crackers. The sauces embedded in the Yu Sheng were also different from the traditional kind, it was less sweet and more savoury. It's a new kind of yu sheng taste to me. The freshly friend salmon skin was a good treat, as they were crispy and added a good crunchy into every mouthful of yu sheng!

Crispy Durian Pastry doesn't look nice, but it's dayum awesome! If only the durian paste flows!

Crispy barbecue pork buns is as good as East Ocean teochew restaurant. Tim Ho Wan get out of the way!

Part 3 - Crispy fish skin with salted egg yolk, steamed truffle dumpling with lobster, pan fried turnip cakes and baked durian pastry.

Part 2 - Deep fried beancurd skin with shrimp, steamed shrimp dumplings aka hargow, tea house signature rice roll aka ccf, and steamed pork dumplings aka siewmai.

Part 1 - Crispy noodles with fresh shrimps in superior stock, teochew style oysters egg, braised pig trotters, and steamed juicy meat buns aka Xiao Long Bao.

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