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Singapore and Hong Kong are two of the great cities of Asia, and one of the biggest draws that they share is their diversity of restaurants and the high standard of cooking found in them. In Singapore’s Geylang district, there is a restaurant that brings the two together, with spectacular results. Tonny Restaurant is the brainchild of Tonny, the chef, who brings 30 years of experience in the kitchens of Hong Kong to bear on classics Chinese dishes. Pay him – and them – a visit on 10 Lor 3 Geylang to try out some of the best Cantonese dishes in Singapore.
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Food is good. Price reasonable. Service excellent. Will come again
This restaurant has become my in-laws' favourite to eat Pen Chai!
Always a pleasant dinning experience at every visit; we love to host our friends at this cozy restaurant
There are plenty of things that unite Hong Kong and Singapore, and a predilection for unregulated free market economics, typhoons and skyscrapers are really only the tip of the iceberg. Both are at the forefront of the Asian culinary wave, bringing the most modern and innovative techniques and practices to bear on traditional recipes. One place providing the quintessential Hong Kong Chinese experience in Singapore is Tonny Restaurant, where they offer a clash of classic and contemporary Cantonese dishes for your delectation. Swing by 10 Lor Geylang 3 and find out what they have in store for you.
The menu is packed with Chinese favourites, so let us talk you through a few of them. Shark’s Fin Soup to start, of course, as any self-respecting Chinese animal rights enthusiast knows, followed by something truly special to follow. We’d go for the braised sea cucumber, the crocodile in Abalone sauce, the pork trotter in red bean curd or, at a push, the goose web with mushroom. We can only give you a small sample of the menu, however. To try it all, book a table at Tonny Restaurant in Geylang for one of the best Hong Kong-style Chinese restaurants in Singapore.