The famous shark's fin dishes draw the crowds here. The ambience is pleasant, though nothing to shout about. Pastel walls are decorated with large ... More
Tung Lok Restaurant
The famous shark's fin dishes draw the crowds here. The ambience is pleasant, though nothing to shout about. Pastel walls are decorated with large Chinese paintings, with Chinese vases displayed at random. Other recommended dishes include the roasted marinated pigeon as well and the ostrich in clay pot with roasted garlic and fresh basil leaves. Surprisingly, tiramisu and brownies are also available. The wine list has vintages from France, New Zealand, Australia, California and some champagne. Corkage is at SGD10 for wine and champagne.
Peranakan food is essentially a blend of ingredients borrowed from Chinese and Malay dishes, and this fusion is said to
be the best of all Singapore cuisines. Dishes like Beef Rendang, Udang Sambal (chilli prawns) or Curry Chicken are ...
Yoshinoya's original recipes date back to 1899 to its founder, Matsuda san. Bowls are replicas of the rice bowls used
one hundred years ago. The modern and clean furnishings make it a favourite with friends, families and office workers. ...
Free internet, breakfast, award winning tours & pro gym use. Air con cosy traditional Asian furnishings in restored 1920s Shophouse
of Katong Heritage District. Unbeatable and best value in Singapore. Your stay includesFree award winning guided tours by staff ...
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