28 Apr '15, 11am

“FREE Dining at Tung Lok Teahouse at Far East Square”

“FREE Dining at Tung Lok Teahouse at Far East Square”

As usual when it comes to Chinese dim sum, we had Steamed Chicken Feet with Black Beans, Steamed Pork Ribs with Black Bean Sauce, Crisp-fried Radish Pastry. I liked the Har Gao served at the restaurant, as the prawns seemed to be bigger than the usual ones, that we get at Chinese restaurants. If you love Chee Cheong Fun, you will like those served at Tung Lok Teahouse. The Crispy Chee Cheong Fun has everything that you would expect in good Cheong Fun. The skin is smooth, but the unusual thing is that the top part of the skin is crispy. It’s very different from what you usually eat, and we were happy with the outcome!

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