[CLOSED] Tea Valley (Downtown East)

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~$10/pax
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1 Pasir Ris Close
#01-05A Downtown East
Singapore 519599

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Would only come back for this dish! Didn’t particularly enjoy the others

the mains: sesame chicken noodle was really flavourful and packed with a strong ginger and sesame taste, was pretty good but after a while it can be a bit too much. herbal chicken noodle was disappointing because the soup was quite bland and the shredded chicken was dry and tough.

the sides: the seaweed fries didnt really have much seaweed taste tbh but the fried shiitake mushrooms were super good!!!!

the drinks: honey milk tea had a very old school vibes but wasnt that good tbh. jasmine peach tea was rly refreshing though!

for the price.. we might be back again to try their other dishes, who knows!

They ran out of lu rou fan during lunch time and we ordered honey chicken rice instead. It was a tad too bland for our liking. The oyster mee sua was good and the yan su ji was savoury and not too oily as well. It's worth to try with one for one deal where it included a main, snack and drink.

Food was good and value for money!
Ordered brown sugar grass jelly milk tea and it was πŸ‘πŸΌ

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Look at the spread! It’s definitely very value for money. The herbal shredded chicken noodles was light with sufficient taste of the herbs. Great complement to the fried snacks. The sweet potato fries were nice and crispy, with a tinge of plum powder for taste. The fried shiitake mushroom on the other hand was a tad too salty. Overall, a very satisfying and sumptuous meal.

This outlet serves Taiwan cuisine. With 1-1 set, for $18.30nett, I ordered a main dish (sesame chicken), a snack (8 pcs of chicken wing) and a drink (I chose bbt, but they ran out of jasmine tea). All under $10/pax. Decent food, a little slow in service. There were three staff working non-stop. As the snack arrived after the main dish, was too full to finish so I packed the balance 6 wings home. The sesame chicken came in a small claypot and had the right texture. Overall, a small setup with reasonable price.

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