Groupon offers $23.50 Half Roast London Duck at TungLok Group (worth $35.31) at 6 Outlets.
- Half roast London duck for $23.50 instead of $35.31 at TungLok Signatures
- Whole roast London duck for $44.70 instead of $70.62 at TungLok Signatures
- Whole Peking London duck for $52.95 instead of $77.68 at TungLok XiHé Peking Duck
Comprising an array of branches under the banner of TungLok Signatures, the chain of restaurants specialise in authentic renditions of traditional Chinese cuisine, with flavours hailing from the plethora of dishes ensconced within Sichuan, Cantonese, and Shanghainese cooking. Savoury servings of the restaurant’s proprietary fare are expertly crafted through experienced master chefs while the ingredients used come with a prestige of their own.
Exemplary of this is the TungLok Group’s fondness for the Ireland-borne delicacy of duck meat, sourced from specially bred ducks under the care and grooming of the award-winning Silver Hill Farm. Known affectionately as the “wagyu of duck” and London duck, the prized game meat is unique to this farm; a hybrid of two species of ducks that were chosen for their density and porous skin, allowing better absorption of marinade and flavours so as to ensure a seal of high quality and unrivalled taste. Refined through meticulous procedures including specific dietary control of soy and wheat that prevents the duck meat from having strong or gamey flavours, the London ducks are also housed in a temperature-controlled environment that mimics their natural habitat, and goes through DNA monitoring at each stage of its development. The signature roast London and Peking ducks served at TungLok are harvested from 2.9kg to 3kg 42-day old ducks. At this stage, the ducks’ feathers have yet to harden and the texture of its meat is ideal.
Along with specialty servings of gourmand duck meat, the restaurant also caters to tastebuds yearning for refined oriental cuisine with dishes like deep-fried prawns with wasabi-mayo sauce; braised mee hoon with conpoy, egg white, and ham; lobster prepared two ways, and more. Boasting a robust selection of epicurean delights, the TungLok Group of eateries also hold under their belt a collection of past accolades, including Epicurean Star Awards’ ‘Business Excellence Award (Fine Dining)’ and ‘Most Popular Chinese Restaurant 2012’.