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Tung Fong Beckons!

May 2, 2013

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To sample authentic Chinese cuisine head to Tung Fong on Park Street. This is another address for all things Chinese by the owner of Beijing and Kim Ling. Like their cousins this place will not disappoint you. The décor, the spacious sitting arrangement, and the tables with a 360 degree rotating smaller disk on the table makes having food here a pleasure. The menu is extensive, exhaustive and well written. Certain dishes even come with a description of what they contain.

One can order straight from the menu or just head towards the buffet table. For starter there is the highly popular Drums of Heaven and the Chicken or Prawn Shaslik, you can never go wrong with them. For the main course if you have deep pockets order as much as you can from the specialty section. Begin with Prawn or Chicken Lung Fung Soup and the Four Treasure Tofu and then move onto the Honey Chicken and Mixed Szechwan Chow. But if you prefer Mei foon or rice noodles to rice check out their Chilli Garlic Rice Noodles available either with chicken or prawn or both. If you can stomach the extremely salty taste of fermented bean sauce then try out the Prawn in Black Bean Sauce. The Crabmeat with Pakchoi dish is also praiseworthy. For those who love their lamb there is the lightly spiced Hakka Chilli Lamb. The chefs are generous with their meat portions not only in terms of pieces but size as well. End your sumptuous dinner or lunch with the Black Forest Sundae. You can expect not only great food but excellent food service as well. At such reasonable prices and for  such quality and quantitative food Tung Fong on Park Street is the place to go or be at all times.

Bhavesh Bhatia loves to taste various preparations at different restaurants and updates his blog regularly with restaurant reviews. He also updates his blog with other website content writing. So for any information on 100% original SEO content, get in touch with him.

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