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Ah Dong Teh House

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Ah Dong Teh House prides itself as one of the first Cha Can Ting concept with a local twist.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 23:00

Fri: 11:00 - 02:00

Sat: 09:00 - 02:00

Sun: 09:00 - 23:00

+65 62410309
$11 based on 12 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Dinner (4 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (3 votes)
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Ah Dong Teh House in Punggol

For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2014/09/ah-dong-teh-house.html   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.   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

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• 26 Dec 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Very bad experience

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Very bad experience there. We ordered Curry Chicken, 2 Cold Milk Tea, 1 steamed rice and also one XO Lala. They told me Curry Chicken not available due to high demands. So I was okay with that. And waited for the rest of the dish. After a few mins later, the staff came and tell me no steamed rice. Fine, I didnt wanna ask why it took them so long to let me know rice was out but oh well, we just waited for the XO Lala hoping it will be nice since we were craving for it. This is where the problem is.

The staff served up the XO Lala and within 10 seconds, i was d*** pissed off. I took a side plate and then took out MANY EMPTY SHELLS and I can honestly say that there were at most 6 small little pieces of Lala in it. I immediately asked one of the female server to my table and show it to her. I then was so frustrated that I waited so long only to get such lousy sub-standard food that I told her to scrap off the order and just bill me for the 2 Cold Milk Tea (which I barely touched .. no mood to drink).

I made the payment for the drinks and then took the receipt and left. I immediately sent a email to them asking for an explanation and wonder how they will reply me. I still kept the receipt in case they need verifications.

I highly dun recommend this place unless you are sure you can get your money worth. Some items are overpriced and that is only a place u can go if you totally left with no choice.
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• 22 Sep 2014 • 139 reviews • 5 followers

Ah Dong Teh House in Punggol

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For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2014/09/ah-dong-teh-house.html   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.   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
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• 28 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Food came really quickly... It was really yummy too! I really reccomend the olive fried rice~ You really won't regret coming here! :)
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