22 Aug '11, 10am

Review: Check out the much-hyped Tonny Restaurant in Joo Chiat. #sgfood #sg #singapore #chinese #restaurants #restaurant

Review: Check out the much-hyped Tonny Restaurant in Joo Chiat. #sgfood #sg #singapore #chinese #restaurants #restaurant

Food: 4/5; Service: 4/5; Ambience: 3/5; Value: 4/5 Must tries : HK steamed patin fish, braised bean curd with sea cucumber in spicy sauce, salt-baked chicken in five spice powder. Chef Tonny Chan made his name as chef of Sha Tin at Geylang Lorong 3 and if you’ve not experienced the ‘wrath’ of his famed dish, ‘crouching tiger and hidden dragon’, you can now do so at his namesake restaurant, Tonny Restaurant, at the eastern fringe of Singapore. Much to the delight of east-siders, Chef Chan has been dishing out his signature - almost brazen - brand of Cantonese cuisine from an atmospheric shop house along the bustling food street of Joo Chiat Road since late 2010. Chef Chan’s predisposition to media limelight and all things exotic is immediately obvious from the time you step into the double storey restaurant to the moment you peruse the menu. You won’t miss the neatly framed...

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