Restaurant review: Local favourites with a novel twist at TungLok's Qin

Qin offers a menu of dishes largely inspired by local favourites, but interpreted in a novel way.
Qin offers a menu of dishes largely inspired by local favourites, but interpreted in a novel way.ST PHOTOS: WONG AH YOKE

SINGAPORE - TungLok, which owns restaurants such as TungLok Signatures and TungLok Xihe Peking Duck, is often associated with traditional Chinese cooking. But it is branching out in a different direction with its latest eatery.

Qin, which is located in the newly opened The Clan Hotel in Far East Square, offers a menu of dishes largely inspired by local favourites, but interpreted in a novel way. Its chilli crab and chicken rice, for example, are not something you have eaten anywhere else.

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