Monday, 22 September 2014

Ah Dong Teh House

Entering 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.





Ah Dong Teh House has both indoor and outdoor seating. We were lucky to get indoor seats, as outdoor was quite dark with the only lightings spilling out from the interior through a glass panel.



Ah Dong Teh House menu comprises of a wide variety, similar to the usual Singapore-based Hong Kong cafes.

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.



Ordered mains and a few sides to mark the end of the day!

Sheng Mian ($12.90), "生面". Personally, I did not tried this at all, but received feedback that it was quite yummy with its thick gravy absorbed into the noodle.





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!



Curry Chicken Baked Rice ($10.90).



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.

It also has two other platters, such as the Land Platter and Combi Platter. Land Platter will be non-sea items such as chicken chop, etc. while Combi Platter will be a mixture of both sea and land platter!



Stir Fried Garlic Xiao Bai Cai ($4.90). This plate of vegetable is almost complaint-less, if not for the big stalks. It would be better if Ah Dong Teh House could chop into smaller stalks for ease of consumption.



Ngoi Hiang ($4.90). I am a total lover for Ngoi Hiang, but Ah Dong Teh House has got me disappointed. It's almost flavorless, but the crispiness is pretty much there. But I would rather opt for the former to have more taste, which covers more percentage for an average satisfaction.



Fried Chicken Wings ($7.90). This is not the prawn paste chicken wings, but you might enjoy this plate of wings if you are a KFC-Lover. The wings tasted like KFC "wings", and it is not as tender as I had expected. Perhaps being used to prawn paste wings, this plate has totally brought a frown to my face.



Ah Dong Teh House is a great place to hang out in big groups, chatting and chilling the night away. Overall, mains are quite delicious and prompts for return visits, but sides might be show-stopper for supper-kakis.

Ah Dong Teh House is actually based in quite a quiet location now, but with the rise of development plans in the area, it will soon be more accessible to diners and park-goers.

Ah Dong Teh House

10 Tebing Lane
#01-03
Singapore 828836

Tel: (65) 6241 0309

Opening Hours
Mon - Thurs: 1100 - 2300 hours
Fri: 1100 - 0200 hours
Sat: 0900 - 0200 hours
Sun: 0900 - 2300 hours

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