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328 Joo Chiat Road
Singapore 427585

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10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

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i love thunder tea rice!!! it is so affordable (~$5) and so yummy yet healthy too 😊

There are chopped long beans, “chye sim”, shredded cabbage, tofu, crispy ikan bilis, dried shrimp, peanuts and “chye poh” laid nicely on the brown rice. Mix the ingredients with brown rice well before tucking in. I’m not a fan of the green gravy (or soup) as it’s concentrated with mint, coriander, basil and other herbs. I prefer to keep my green gravy separated and pour it bits by bits with my rice. Overall, a healthy yummy bowl of rice!

(S$5.80, free delivery if you ordered above S$80)

Surprisingly the soup was not pungent with coriander flavour! I'm totally adverse to Chinese parsley or coriander but this soup was good. All the elements in the rice bowl worked together but I felt the ikan bilis really elevated the mixture in terms of the saltiness plus crunch. Hits the spot when you want a nice bowl of thunder tea rice.

Either love it or hate it. I personally love it cuz I love brown rice and the key ingredient is actually the green paste. If you don’t like mint and coriander pls avoid!

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From a small restaurant that offers Hakka cuisine. Not the best thunder tea rice, nor the worst. Has everything it needs, but the tea taste can be stronger.

Also, this shop needs a better name.

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It was impossible to find a parking lot along the shop houses or along the roads. (I also tried waiting at the opposite parking for 30 minutes but without much luck) In the end, I packed the $6.50 (large) thunder tea [the small size one is $5.50]. The vege ingredients were fresh and I particularly like the crunchiness from the "char por" and ekan bilis! The thunder sauce (mainly mint leaves and basil leave) had a stronger pesto flavor, which was surprisingly more overpowering than the peppermint. I really liked the thunder sauce! However, it seemed that they were stingy with the sauce when I packed (40% of the container) compared to dine-in (1 full bowl of sauce was observed being served to dinners).
Wet tissue no have

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