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Arriving by bus # 3, 5, 6, 12, 17, 21, 89, 354, 358, NR7. Bus-stop no. 78109. Bus-stop name; Downtown East. Nearest MRT station : Pasir Ris Mrt. continue reading
All Branches (5)
Telephone
6583 3055
Introduction
Established in 1999, Tea Valley presents to you a delicious offering of authentic, traditional Taiwanese cuisine made with tantalizing local flavors and age old traditional recipes. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.teavalley.com.sg/
Review (4)
Nice place for a relaxed afteroon if u happen to be around Pasir Ris. This is the first time I tried the Stewed Eel with rice. It comes with some fine bones but it is ok for me, as the bones are brittle and can be easily crushed and eaten with the rice. The textre and flavor is nice...The sauce is a bit lacking tough...if only more sauce is given for the rice - it will enhance the whole experience as this dish taste great in the mouth but does not leave a lasting taste...The other dishes are equally good. Especially the fried stuff...a lot of people eat their bento as well. The bubble tea is lacking in flavor and disappointing.Will be back to try other stuff if we happen to be around Pasir Ris but I will not purposely go there.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-06
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This place has been at Downtown east for quite a long period of time, and it sells toasts, some quick bites, and also has various teas and bubble teas. I was thirsty and so decided to try this milk shake advertised, although I didn't know what it consisted of before I ordered. Tastes a little like green bean, and it wasn't very sweet, was powdery and healthy tasting, quite a nice drink at $1.50. continue reading
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Level4 2011-10-10
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is a place tt i'll always visit whenever i stay at downtown east chalet. not that the place is excellent but just tt normally this cafe isnt as packed as others on wkend so there r spaces for me & frens to chill out & slack. the bubble tea r quite ok but ever since KOI got the diff sugar lvl, i not really into normal bubble tea which tend to b too sweet. the side dishes r still ok but still haf room for improvement continue reading
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Remember the days when we can find authentic Buble Tea house everywhere in Singapore? Years has gone & many closed down, now we're only left with those kiosk style at MRTs. Tea Valley is one of the few that is still around ever since 10 yrs ago~During JC time, my best frens & I like to come here after school almost every week, to talk about our crushes, & other ppl's curshes (i.e. gossiping ;p). Our favourite was the Taiwanese salty chicken & basically almost all kinds of tea they have, their noodle was pretty good too. It wasn't cheap for us at that time & there's no aircon. But we can sit here for hours not just because we have endless topics, but also because they have variety of entertainments - HK Gossip Magazines, SG Fashion Magazines & TV! The staffs were all very friendly and smiley.Since then I've been there with different friends~I am so sad that they moved to another store space & changed the reno now... I missed the old style~ I'll soon have a gathering with my good old frens again & how it taste now~ continue reading
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