With Chinese New Year fast approaching, TungLok Group is all set and ready with its Chinese New Year Specials for you and your loved ones.

Anchored in innovative cooking and presentation methods, TungLok Group’s festive selections for the CNY season is the sweet spot between quality and convenience.

With its Take-Home Feast, you can enjoy a specially-curated spread in the comfort of your home which includes a generous spread of Prosperity Yu Sheng, Pen Cai, Superior Herbal Chicken, Fried Glutinous Rice with Assorted Preserved Meat, and TungLok Nian Gao.

Its Yu Sheng sauce and Nian Gao are both endorsed for lower sugar content, great for the entire family to have.

TungLok Royal Take-Home Feast
The Royal Take-Home Feast with Royal Treasure Bowl is priced $388+ for 6 persons and $498+ for 10 persons. There is also a 15% OFF early-bird offer for takeaway orders on Yu Sheng, Pen Cai and Take-Home Feast for orders placed before 17 January 2020. It includes these 5 items:

Prosperity Yu Sheng (Individual Item Order: $48+ for 6 persons and $78+ for 10 persons)
No Chinese New Year spread is complete without the quintessential edible masterpiece Yu Sheng for lo hei.

This colourful salad is a meticulous assembly of fresh veggies, mushroom, yam and sweet potato shreds combined with smoked Norwegian salmon.

Only Smoked Norwegian Salmon are used, in which the salmon are sustainably farmed which delivers clean taste and pleasant texture.

Go ahead and drizzle that healthier condiment as TungLok’s signature Yu Sheng sauce is designed to be lower in sugar content. An auspicious healthier-choice Yu Sheng not to be missed.

TungLok Royal Treasure Bowl (Pen Cai) (Individual Item Order: $288+ for 6 persons, $388+ for 10 persons)
Whether you’re planning a reunion with family or friends, make this Pen Cai your festive centrepiece.

Featuring layers of ingredients that will delight everyone in the table, TungLok Treasure Bowl is a melange of fresh seafood, meats, vegetables, mushrooms, and exceptional delicacies braised in TungLok’s rich and luxurious abalone sauce.

This hearty stew is an assortment of 13 premium ingredients, i.e. 10-head Abalone, Sea Cucumber, Dried Oyster, Pork Shank, Shiitake Mushroom, ‘Bai Ling’ Mushroom, Fresh Scallop, Live Prawn, Bean Dough, Smoked Duck Breast, Lotus Root, Black Moss and Chinese Cabbage.

(For a more premium option, there is the Heavenly Treasure Bowl 金装聚宝盆菜 ($388+ for 6 pax, $588+ for 10 pax portion) which consists of 16 quality ingredients including a 6-head Abalone, Fish Maw and Sea Cucumber.

As for vegetarians, a Longevity Treasure Bowl priced at $198+ for 6 pax and $268+ for 10 pax are available from LingZhi Vegetarian Restaurant.)

Superior Herbal Chicken (Individual Item Order: $38+)
TungLok’s Superior Herbal Chicken is slow-cooked for an extended period of time giving it that fall-off-the-bone tenderness.

Its deep herbal flavours and aromas make it a delicious and comforting dish to add to your feast.

Gather and celebrate with the entire whole family over this whole chicken, topped with red dates, wolfberries, and coriander for an added festive flair.

Fried Glutinous Rice with Assorted Preserved Meat (Individual Item Order: $28+ for 6 persons, $42+ for 10 persons)
A simple yet equally important part of your take-home feast is the Fried Glutinous Rice with Assorted Preserved Meat.

Adding a layer of aroma and visual appeal is the giant lotus leaf wrapping of this rice dish.

It features glutinous rice that’s fragrant, sticky and chewy, stir-fried with flavourful waxed meats and umami-rich mushrooms.

The soft texture of the rice is a wonderful contrast to slightly firm textures of the lup cheong and mushroom.

TungLok Nian Gao (Individual Item Order: $22+ for Traditional / Pandan / Black Sesame, $28+ for Red Dates Nian Gao)
Made with the finest glutinous rice flour and palm sugar, TungLok Nian Gao comes is four special flavours for the whole family: Traditional, Pandan, Black Sesame, and Red Dates.

It is the first Nian Gao in Singapore to be recognised for its lower sugar content.

A favourite is the Pandan, with a light fragrance, mildly sticky texture, and not overly sweet. It is recommended to pan-fry the Nian Gao with eggs so that the outer layer is nice and crisp.

If you are thinking of where to head to for Chinese New Year gatherings, consider TungLok XiHé Peking Duck 同樂羲和.

The concept is a culinary collaboration between TungLok Group and XiHe Group, two renowned Chinese specialty brands, the latter coming from Beijing.

It holds the distinction of being the first restaurant in Singapore to serve the London Duck in traditional Peking style.

Aside from its famous Peking Irish Duck, TungLok XiHé offers a variety of traditional Chinese fare with modern reinterpretations.

Savour their signature items and specialties amidst sophisticated interiors, designed to reflect a blend of the East and West. Here’s more:

Peking Irish Duck ($68++)
Symbolising fidelity in Chinese culture, this duck prepared Peking-style captures the spotlight at TungLok XiHé.

This revered dish is geared up for the season, made extra special with a premium quality London duck.

Sourced from Ireland’s Silver Hill Farm, this duck is cured for three days and roasted in precision. Order this iconic dish served with a special “8 Treasures Box” which is a condiments and sauce platter.

Other than the customary hoisin sauce, cucumber and spring onions, the modern twists include sweet blueberry sauce and an unconventional ‘popping candy’ which sizzles in the mouth. I prefer to stick to the tried and tested, but suspect that kids would enjoy this novelty.

What we liked about TungLok XiHé’s rendition are the substantial slices of duck breast and tender thigh meats that get served, best eaten simply dipped in the sweet sauce. At some places, you hardly see the meat.

Double-boiled Chicken Broth with Fresh Fish Maw and Conpoy in Coconut ($28++)
This intense flavoured delicacy, prepared using the double-boiled chicken stock technique, is a soothing addition to your CNY spread.

With the addition of fresh fish maw and conpoy (or dried scallop), the umami-rich soup achieves a comforting taste and aroma.

Warm up your chilly winter evenings a serving of this chicken soup, made creamier with coconut milk.

Live Prawn and Vermicelli with ‘San Bei‘ Sauce ($32++)
Complement your main courses with this noodle dish, prepared with chewy tender glass noodles accentuated with sweet fresh prawns.

Together they are tossed in a ‘San Bei’ sauce, a dark and savoury glaze made of sesame oil, soy sauce, and rice wine.

Wok-fried Australian Beef Cube in Black Pepper Sauce ($30++)
A simply stir-fried dish that’s packed in flavour, these cubes of Australian-sourced beef are quick-fried in a hot wok to sear in the edges and lock in the juices.

What you get a tender bite-sized cuts of beef tossed in a rich black pepper sauce. Best paired with a bowl of steamed white rice to absorb all the peppery sauce.

Poached Giant Garoupa Fillet with Green and Sichuan Peppercorn ($50++)
Attract colossal luck with this giant Garoupa fillet, cooked in a flavourful poaching liquid until moist tender.

Green and Sichuan peppercorns add mesmerizingly spicy notes to the dish, making it a popular choice of those who enjoy a fiery, quite mala-numbing meal.

If you want a light dish that has that slight mala kick, this is it.

Braised Boston Lobster Noodle with Truffle Oil ($38++ for Half Lobster, $70++ for Whole Lobster)
It’s the perfect time to indulge and lobsters are not to be missed during this celebration. Enjoy a whole Boston Lobster (or get the half for lighter appetites) cooked to optimum tenderness and sweetness and served on a bed of ee-fu noodles.

This East-meets-West dish is infused with truffle oil adding a whiff to the noodles without overpowering them.

TungLok XiHé Peking Duck 同樂羲和 – Orchard Central
Orchard Central 181 Orchard Road #07-07/09 Singapore 238896
Tel: +65 6736 0006
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 3pm, Dinner 6pm – 10:30pm (Mon – Sun)

TungLok XiHé Peking Duck 同樂羲和 – The Grandstand
The Grandstand 200 Turf Club Road #01-23/26 Singapore 287994
Tel: +65 6466 3363
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 3pm, Dinner 6pm – 10:30pm (Mon – Sun)

* This entry is brought to you in partnership with TungLok Group.


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