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Introduction
Ah Dong Tea Restaurant is the latest establishment at Sports Hub @ Punggol, commonly viewed as a start point to the Park Connector's Network for Punggol residents. The restaurant theme is very much like the typical taiwan café 茶餐厅 serving a variety of food fare at café standard prices. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 02:00
Mon - Fri
11:00 - 02:00
Sat - Sun
09:00 - 02:00
Public Holiday
09:00 - 02:00
Public Holiday Eve
11:00 - 02:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Review (9)
Level4 2015-01-13
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Located in Punggol, Ah Dong Teh House is pretty hidden considering it cannot be seen from the main road. Ah Dong Teh House might be a Hong Kong Tea Room, but apart from Hong Kong Tea Room usuals like Gong Zai Meen, they also offer local delights such as Laksa and Hor Fun as well.Lately I had been on an adventure to find good Kaya Toasts in Singapore, so I thought it would be good for me to give the Butter Kaya Toast from Ah Dong Teh House a try. Its pretty decent, and ranks up pretty near or even better than Ya Kun. The toast was thick, and Kaya was fresh. Thick slabs of butter was sandwiched in the middle, which makes this simple breakfast treat somewhat sinful. Its somewhat pricey though, given that its $3.90++ ala-carte, and adding coffee and eggs would set you back another $2 more.My dining partner settled for the Sheng Mian ($12.90++). Crispy fried egg noodles served in a thick gravy that was savoury with loads of egg inside, the portion was really generous. Their variant seemed a tad light; something that I liked though my dining partner would have preferred some dark sauce added for a deeper flavour. Most of the seafood were also fresh as well. Not really the best we have tried, but better than average at the very least.I decided to go on the western menu though, since the Cheezy Pork Cutlet ($14.90++) reminded me of Chicken Corden Bleu. Marinated in Cajun spices, it’s savoury flavour and crispy fried batter seemed to remind me of a certain brand of Fried Chicken. Cut open the tender pork cutlet, and the melted cheese oozes out of the cutlet. Its a pity how the spectacular pork cutlet got served with pretty pedestrian fries and salad at the side, which dragged down the quality of the dish a fair bit.We also ordered Kopi ($3.00++), and its pretty decent as well, with sweetness from the evaporated milk which sweetened the coffee adequately. Makes a good couple with the Kaya Butter Toast!For more photos and the full review, please visit: https://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2014/11/17/ah-dong-teh-house-tebing-lane/ continue reading
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Level4 2014-09-22
55 views
For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2014/09/ah-dong-teh-house.htmlEntering somewhere along Punggol East, in one of the not-so developed area yet, housed several restaurants and is deem quite a lively place to hang out at, with a park connector by the side. One of it is Ah Dong Teh House, 阿东茶餐厅.Mango Ice Blend ($5.90). Love this drink as it has my favorite mango in it, and the presentation look so interesting! Stirred it well and the sweetness is just nice, in mix with the soda.Chicken Chop Noodle ($8.90), with a stalk of vegetable and sunny side up. I had wanted the Curry Chicken Noodle, but it was out-of-stock, thus I decided on this in a rush to order. It was pretty good, with the strong seasonings on the "maggie mee". This can easily be prepared at home, but saved me the hassle to get the chicken chop done up!Mushroom Cream Pasta ($9.90). Had expected more mushroom than what was served, but overall still an acceptable dish. Although a little over-cheesy, pasta is still springy!Sea Platter ($15.90), consisting of a pair of prawns, fillet, calamari, fries and coleslaw. Quite a big yummy serving, but menu stated good for one pax! I expected butter rice to be served, but turned out otherwise. Rice aside, the meat is good.… … …For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2014/09/ah-dong-teh-house.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-12
38 views
Ah Dong gave out a few offer coupons via punggol monthly publication for residents, ranging from 50% of main course to 10% off total bill to $10 off bill etc. Came by the 2nd time to try this place already, this time round i ordered their curry chicken rice set which cost $9.90 before gst and svc charge. i was first started off with free braised peanuts, did not recall they offer that last time, nice touch. Anything claypot usually works well for me, likewise the curry set. Though the rice was plain with fried shallots sprinkled on top, the curry gravy made up for it. The potatoes feel a little old though, i think the yactually fried it before hand or something coz i could taste a skin layer. The potatos could have been better. At >$10 i was hoping for more actually (i could eat 2 bowls at queensway at the price ). But i get the nice cha chan ting ambiance...hope their food quality will continue to improve. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-09
42 views
complimentary peanuts singapore laksa pork chop with noodles traditional toast eggs hainanese pork chop Parmese chicken chop Grilled chicken chopSpoiled for choice in this restaurant, glad they increase so much varieties of food and their marketing coupons to improve business, overall their food is good...we been going back even for breakfast....they always give complimentary sides, peanuts, prawn crackers, love their small ways of appreciating customers, at least they think of ways to improve business despite competition, staff very friendly too. Overall all their food is very nice, you can feel the chef's effort in cooking the nice food, thumbs up..keep it up. : ) thanks for the coupons they give to customers to...very appreciative, a good eat in punggol district indeed. their food suitable for breakfast, lunch and dinner, maybe they can think of all-day western breakfast, more choices , will be better. continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-19
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Fried rice taste nice just like the usual fried rice but its not too spicy. There are a lot of ingredients like prawns, sotong and ikan bills. The environment is very nice. Windy and cozy. It looks new maybe because of the maintenance they have. The coke was serve with a slice of lemon. Overall rating was good, service wise, the staffs are friendly and the food is nice. continue reading
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