Monday, 18 January 2016

Sunlok- The first Hong Kong restaurant I have interviewed #food blogger

Sun Lok Noodles House is one of the pioneers in Singapore to serve traditional Hong Kong dim sum, porridge and noodle. I have known Mr Lee for 12 years, as well as his father-in- law who is 65 years old, the chef behind those delicious dishes.

I often travel to Hong Kong many times and I was very familiar with the authentic taste there. When I interviewed the two of them and tasted their food, it brought me back to the authentic flavours of Hong Kong. Mr Lee told me the broth is boiled for more than 6 hours to create a thick and robust taste purely originated from the ingredients. 

Each dish is freshly prepared only when there is an order. This is the first traditional Hong Kong restaurant that I have interviewed, it is also one of the best Hong Kong food I have tried.

16 comments:

  1. Never knew so much about the food culture there in Hong Kong. Some of it reminds me of the Korean food culture as well. I’ll have to try some of those dishes!

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  2. I hope to visit HK and enjoy all the culinary aspects and of course will follow your suggestions!

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  3. I hope to visit HK and enjoy all the culinary aspects and of course will follow your suggestions!

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  4. The broth boils for 6 hours? Oh my, who could wait that long..

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing about the food places and the details. Please keep up the awesome work! :D

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  6. old school recipes, more experience more tasty!

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  7. Great restaurant, bring me along next time!

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  8. Everyone knows that Hong Kong is a paradise for food, I think most of Singapore traditional food come from that island.

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  9. I love porridge for breakfast, the sesame oil make me feel good.

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  10. I have tried hong kong chicken rice before, the rice, the chicken & the sauce totally difference. So original. That why I believe food from hong kong must be the best.

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  11. Looks like Ashley love Hong Kong food very much. Thank you for sharing.

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  12. I saw this restaurant food review, most of them love the food. Worth to try I think.

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  13. Dim sum is the best food from HK. If we had the restaurant like that in Sg we so lucky!

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  14. I like dim sum too. A lot of choice.. you know some is steam, some is fried.. all so yummy!

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  15. Hong Kong recipes came to Singapore, well I don't have to travel to get the food hahhaa

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  16. Actually non of food that you eat originally from Singapore. This Island is empty until people from Malaya & Indonesia.

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