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TungLok XiHé Peking Duck (The Grandstand)

21 Wishlisted
~$50/pax
A culinary collaboration between TungLok Group and Beijing’s renowned XiHé Group, TungLok XiHé Peking Duck Restaurant offers a delectable spread of great Chinese cuisine reinterpreted for the modern era. Both TungLok and XiHé are renowned for their commitment to authentic Chinese cuisine through innovative cooking and presentation methods. With a sophisticated interior that successfully combines the mystique of the East and chic of the West, indulge in the restaurant’s signature dish – Peking Duck, a long-time favourite of all Chinese food lovers.

200 Turf Club Road
#01-23/26 The Grandstand
Singapore 287994

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Sunday:
11:30am - 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

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

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

My first ever Peking Duck and I finally understood the reason for the rave & the price. I hope the glistening on the duck tells you everything. I’m salivating as I’m typing this. The meat is so so so tender and I also had so much joy 啃-ing the takeaway bones as supper.

Had the chance to try their bamboo clams as well! The 冬粉 absorbs the freshness of the clams and the garlicky- soy sauce so well!! Wa it fits my Asian palette so well on so many levels.

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sliced on the spot by a chef. rather small portion. taste is ok. can choose to take seats the bones and leftover meat or cook it at $12.

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guiling gao ($5), mango sago ($5), mango mochi ($8). mango sago is made of mango syrup, not the fruit. of all the dessert, mango mochi is probably the best though rather pricey for the portion.

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This features chunks of grouper fish, coated in a crisp batter, glazed with a smoky sweet salty gravy.
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The texture borders moist and dry, but the flavour is bold, and the garnish of shaved ginger and orange peel lends a zesty touch.
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TungLok Group (TungLok XiHe Peking Duck)
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Clockwise: Panfried dumplings, Three egg spinach, Live prawns with garlic, lamb ribs with cumin and coriander seeds and braised lion's head meatball. I really enjoyed how these dishes were prepared - light on the salt and oil, but still very flavourful. The live prawns ($28) were a little small but very fresh. The lion's head meatball here ($6 per serving) was not the giant meatball I imagined - a pleasant surprise! The presentation is super cute and the meatball did not disappoint. It was tender and the braising gravy was really fragrant. I'll be back to try the Peking duck which requires 30min to prepare!

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💫8/10💫
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Decided to stuff myself with a whole Peking duck today! The duck was tender, the skin was ultra crispy in an airy manner, although it is dripping with oil (could be a good thing for some!) Not a fan of the mulberry sauce and popping candy, but overall a solid Peking duck. Considering my 50% discount...I can't complain!

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