[SG EATS] Tang Lung Restaurant At The Pier | Robertson Quay- Modern Chinese Restaurant Offers Dim Sum Sunday Buffet And Chinese Cuisine

Tang Lung Restaurant located at The Pier at Robertson Quay is a modern chinese restaurant from the same owners of Le Fusion (a few steps away from the restaurant). The modern chinese restaurant offers chinese cuisine from various regions, all with a distinctively modern twist. The menu has an expansive spread of over 60 dishes including dim sum and hearty family dinners alike.Tang Lung Chinese Restaurant - Robertson Quay-1
Tang Lung Chinese Restaurant Robertson Quay
As you enter into the restaurant, you will chance upon the open concept kitchen where diners can get to see chef in action. There is an eye-catching wall on your right side that you wouldn’t miss too.
Tang Lung Chinese Restaurant - Robertson Quay
Their Tang Lung’s FREE Flow Dim Sum Buffet is well-received and fully booked for the next 3 Sundays. The all-you-can-eat dim sum buffet is priced affordably at S$26.80 per adult and S$16.80 per child aged 6 to 12 years old, and only available on Sundays, from 3-5pm. Children under the age of 6 dine for FREE. Each diner is entitled to one bowl of freshly made to order Chinese la mian noodles and can order as many dim sum as they like.
We tried the 3 recommendation dim sums during our tasting session.

Pineapple Char Siew Tart – 3pcs for S$6.90
Tang Lung Chinese Restaurant - Pineapple Char Siew Tart
First time trying this combination of pineapple and char siew bits topped off with a sweet cookie crust, same used on polo buns. Distinctive pineapple flavours and love the sweet and savoury flavour profile here.

Pork Siew Mai with Salted Egg Yolk – 4pcs for S$7.90Tang Lung Chinese Restaurant - Pork Siew Mai with Salted Egg Yolk
Improvised version of siew mai with a cube of salted egg yolk that is nestled within, all topped with Japanese fish roe.

Truffle Mushroom Crystal Dumpling – 4pcs for S$8.90
Tang Lung Chinese Restaurant - Truffle Mushroom Crystal Dumpling
Translucent wrapper contains mushrooms, carrots and other vegetables drenched in decadent truffle oil. Juicy and chewy texture dumpling and the truffle oil is not overpowering the taste of the ingredients. Not bad!
Moving on we tried their signature Steamed Flower Crab in Shaoxing Wine (Seasonal Price). They uses two live flower crabs to prepare this dish. The flower crabs lie on a bed of fresh vermicelli noodles soaked with spiced Shaoxing wine and chicken oil. With the freshness and luscious meat of the flower crab and umami concoction of the vermicelli noodles, I think I could have this dish all by myself the next time. However, some may find the Shaoxing Wine overpowering though.

Braised Sea Cucumber with Mushroom in Chinese Herbs S$68.00 per portion
Tang Lung Chinese Restaurant -Braised Sea Cucumber with Mushroom in Chinese Herbs
This dish is cooked with a bevy of superfoods and spices, such as Chinese angelica root, said to promote blood circulation and bolster immune system and black sea cucumber, which has antioxidant properties. With the medicinal elements in it, it is always one of the favourite dish during occasion like Chinese New Year. The best way to enjoy this dish is to pair with a bowl of white rice.

Deep Fried Soon Hock in Superior Soya SauceTang Lung Chinese Restaurant - Deep Fried Soon Hock in Superior Soya Sauce
Classic Crispy and crackling exterior of the soon hock topped with Tang Lung’s special superior soya sauce, which also best to go with a bowl of white rice.

Steamed Glutinous Rice with Crab Roe (Seasonal Price)Tang Lung Chinese Restaurant - Steamed Glutinous Rice with Crab Roe
Another dish recommended by the chef here is this Steamed Glutinous Rice with Crab Roe that takes 30 minutes to prepare. Hence, highly recommend to pre-order first before heading down. The two sweet Yellow Roe Crabs and glutinous rice are first steamed separately, and then together for just the right amount of time inside a cheese cloth to impart a distinctive umami taste to the dish. The glutinous rice is well-coated with the crab roe and cooked with shiitake mushrooms, dried shrimps and scallops. Not your usual glutinous rice but it is a good thing though as a whole. Maybe not on the cholesterol level part. Oppsss…

There is not many Chinese Restaurant choices around the area except for Long Beach Seafood Restaurant. And the plus point is that those residing around the vicinity can also enjoy dim sum without travelling out on weekend. This would be your pick for a family meals around Robertson Quay.

To celebrate their opening, Tang Lung Restaurant is offering two attractive promotions from NOW till 31 October.
(a) Enjoy their signature Steamed Glutious Rice with Crab Roe at 50% off. It is availabl for dine-in only S$39.90 (U.P. S$78.90). Promotion is available while stocks last.

(b) On all four Sundays of October, one dines FREE for every two paying adults for Tang Lung’s FREE Flow Dim Sum Buffet.

Tang Lung Restaurant
Address: The Pier at Robertson Quay #01-12
80 Mohamed Sultan Road
Singapore 239013
Opening Hours: Daily 12:00PM-3:00PM | 6:00PM-10:00PM
Tel: +65 6262 9966
Website: www.tanglung.sg
Facebook: www.facebook.com/tanglungsg

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