Friday, November 27, 2009

Tung Lok Seafood @ Marine Cove (East Coast Park)

Note: Today's post has been brought to you courtesy of Standard Chartered Bank.

Barry and Fin, the two fish that you most probably would have seen on television, invited me for a meal again! This time it is to Tung Lok Seafood. Look at the shock of their faces when it's to another seafood place. LOL!


Other than Barry and Fin from Standard Chartered Bank, we had 2 folks from HungryGoWhere, a rep from 24Seven Communications and LadyIronChef joining me for dinner.


Barry & Finn paid for our meal.

So what was for dinner? We started with this huge Special Chilled Seafood Platter. Just look at it! Ooo... Cold Crabs, Kanpachi Sashimi, Mekajika Sashimi, Thai Style Crab Meat Salad, Fresh Oyster with Chilli Sauce and Mexican Ceviche.

I like the sashimi. The oysters was not bad too.

Our dear Fin had her first ever Oyster! Being a fish, I guess it was hard for her to swallow her fellow sea creatures. haha...

Cold Crab, Kanpachi Sashimi, Mekajika Sashimi, Thai Style Crab Meat Salad, Fresh Oyster with Chilli Sauce, Mexican Ceviche

Look at Little Miss Crab. They sure are looking crappy! Look at the stare she is giving me! I have learned to ignore their stares. ;-)

Special Chilled Seafood Platter

These deep fried prawns with wasabi-mayo sauce is good too. I would personally like it more fiery. I added more wasabi (from the sashimi) to it and it really gave a rush off my head. Woosh!

Deep fried Prawns with Wasabi-mayo Sauce

This is the oven-roasted sliced pork shoulder. It reminds me of Bangkok Street Food. I think many of us liked this.

Over Roasted Sliced Pork Shoulder

This the Tung Lok's version of Chilli Crab. It was above average, but did not really wow me.

Tung Lok Chilli Crab

But the more watery sauce did make some at the table happy. They loved this fried mantou with the chilli crab sauce.

Fried Mantou

I prefer the Black Pepper Crab. I have my preferred Black Pepper Crab elsewhere, but this is quite ok.

Black Pepper Crab with Fresh Peppercorns

This is nice too. Steamed Razor Clam with garlic. The vermicelli has soaked up all the juices. Really nice!

Steamed Razor Clam with Garlic

This pretty dish is Chinese Spinach simmered with Nameko Mushroo in Fish Stock.

Chinese Spinach simmered with Nameko Mushroom in Fish Stock

We were already full with the above, but we were tempted by the desserts.
This is what some had, the chilled mango pudding.

Chilled Mango Pudding

I had the Chilled Lime Sherbet with Lemongrass Jelly. I liked it.
The lime sherbet was light and refreshing and the lemongrass jelly was nice too.

Chilled Lime Sherbet with Lemongrass Jelly

So what's the deal here? Standard Chartered Bank Cards have lots of privileges. You can view the list here.
By using the Standard Chartered Card here, you get a discount 15% with a minimum spending of $120.

But wait there's more! If you have registered for the 15% cashback program, you get another 15% rebate in your monthly statement. The 15% cashback offer applies to ALL restaurants in Singapore!

If you have not register for this program, you can register for Singapore’s biggest ever dining campaign by simply sending a SMS in this format:
GET15 16-Digit Card Number to 78722 before 31 December 2009

Refer to http://www.sc.com.sg for more information.


Tung Lok Seafood
Building B, 2nd Floor
East Coast Recreation Centre
1000 East Coast Parkway
Singapore 449876

Tel: 6246 0555



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3 comments:

Claudia said...

OMG!!! The food looks sooo goood!!! It just gets better right? :P

Hope my card comes soon! I want to get all these discounts and cashback! And I'm sooo going back to Standing Sushi!

Haido said...

Your photos always makes me HUNGRY =)

Keropok Man said...

Claudia,
Haha.. The offer is indeed good. I have been using my card to pay for meals. ;-)


Haido,
Thanks. Photos have no calories, so you can view without feeling guilty. hehe...

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