TungLok Signatures has been around for a long time and has since branded itself as one of Singapore’s most established and well-loved Chinese restaurants for impeccable service and high quality food. The restaurant serves modern interpretations of traditional Chinese food, while still keeping traditional flavours intact, hence, appealing to both the older and younger generations.
TungLok Signatures’ cuisine concept is centred upon offering a menu which is planned and executed by Hong Kong-born Senior Executive Chef Li Man.
It features a unique combination of traditional Chinese cuisine, such as Cantonese Shanghainese and Sichuan dishes with a dash of Modern creations – authentic in tastes but with TungLok’s distinctive touch.
It is little wonder TungLok Signatures has been a perennial favourite among Singaporeans and visitors alike, and it is the benchmark for Chinese cuisine.
Singaporeans love buffet – this is no secret, and it is in almost every Singaporean’s DNA to pig out. We are all connoisseurs in our own rights, and we have a penchant for great food, yes?
Seafood buffets are often the most popular, but more recently, we see a spike in the number of crabs and/or lobster buffets by hotels and restaurants in Singapore. Of course, these specialised line-ups got the nation all excited, and it created a whole new arena of expectations; we are now even more pampered with buffet spreads than before.
To get you started, here is a summary of all the current spreads you can look forward to if you are looking for a Crab and/or Lobster Buffet in Singapore. We are sure there will be more to come!
Award-winning establishment TungLok Heen is internationally-acclaimed Canadian Chef Susur Lee’s very first outpost restaurant. The celebrated Toronto-based chef has starred in cooking TV shows such as Iron Chef America and MasterChef Asia.
Chef Ken Ling – who has been working alongside Susur for nearly two decades – currently helms TungLok Heen’s kitchen and a meal there means an impressive selection of exquisite oriental delicacies prepared with expertly finesse.
The Cantonese word ‘Heen’ literally means pavilion and is aptly named after the restaurant’s vision of providing discerning diners a gourmet retreat. Indeed, TungLok Heen has successfully merged traditional and contemporary Chinese elements into a chinoiserie-chic destination.
Located at Resorts World Sentosa’s Hotel Michael, TungLok Heen has hit all the right spots with its age-old classics, exquisite innovations and elegant ambience. It is also worth mentioning that the culinary team has put in tremendous efforts in plating every dish so beautifully – so keep your eyes peeled as we reveal our dining highlights.
The whole Ramen Keisuke line has been known to wow fans with their fantastic ramen options, and we can only be even more excited upon knowing that they have launched a 10th outlet in Clarke Quay – Ramen Keisuke Lobster King.
This new concept sees Chef Keisuke Takeda going back to his French culinary roots, creating a unique Lobster Broth Ramen, which will be served exclusively at this new outlet. And for all supper goers, Ramen Keisuke Lobster King opens daily from 6pm all the way till 5am!
In celebration of Singapore’s 50th birthday, PARKROYAL on Pickering is presenting Singapore’s first-ever Lobsterfest Buffet at its star restaurant, Lime. Yes, you read that right. It is eat-all-you-can lobsters, and at a very sexy environment at that!
From 1st to 17th June 2015 and every Wednesday thereafter, the culinary team led by Executive Chef Vijay will be presenting a selection of Maine Lobster dishes influenced by Asian and Western flavours, reflecting the cosmopolitan Singapore of today. Expect your favourite crustacean cooked in 8 different ways, on top of its regular international buffet spread at PARKROYAL on Pickering.
Also, the buffet comes with free flow of servings of our very own local Tiger beer as well as local drinks such as ‘Cincau’ (Grass Jelly), ‘Ma Ti Shui’ (Water Chestnut), ‘Tau Huay Shui’ (Soya Milk) and Lemongrass Tea.
The Lobsterfest Buffet at PARKROYAL on Pickering will be an extraordinary and phenomenal meal that you won’t soon forget, we promise. Here, we present the highlights of Lime’s Lobsterfest Buffet that is available only for a very limited period. You know you need that dinner.
Talk about hidden gems and what do you think of? Somewhere inaccessible, somewhere inconspicuous, or somewhere secretive that is not known to many?
The Naked Finn might just be all of that. This beautiful restaurant in Singapore has been around for a while, and we thought you might want to know they dish out awesome lobster rolls, prawn noodles and other seafood dishes.
Sitting within Gillman Barracks at Alexandra Road, getting there might be a challenge; doesn’t help that they do not have a visible signboard too. But take that drive, look out for a glass unit of sort that is covered with cascading vines, and there you have it—The Naked Finn. Not so naked, after all.
An oasis of calmness in the middle of Singapore’s Central Business District. The Lobby Lounge at The Westin Singapore never fails to make us feel relaxed upon stepping in.
The Westin Singapore has just launched one of the bests – if not the best – afternoon tea sets in Singapore. Highlights of the Seafood & Champagne Afternoon Tea include a whole Poached Canadian Lobster, two freshly shucked oysters, Lobster Rolls, Soft Shell Crab, Éclairs, Chocolate Ganache Cake, Tarts, as well as two glasses of Veuve Clicquot Champagne. It is well-priced at S$85++ for two – which is a real steal for the sheer quality that you will be getting.
Department of Caffeine (D.O.C.), one of our favourite cafes in Singapore, has recently introduced two lobster dishes that everyone must try. The Lobster BLT “Roll” is reasonably priced at S$18.50, while the more luxurious Lobster Club – the full works on a toasted brioche – is S$21.50 and only available during weekend brunch.