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(Closed) Tea Bone China

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Jaron Tng

Herbal Soup

Just had my lunch alone at Tea Bone China since i have no idea what i should eat.

Environment. Pretty cool and cosy with Chinese songs (some are covers) played in the background. Not a noisy place except for the wok's sound from the kitchen, as i was sitting next to the kitchen. They seems not to have a door to close for the kitchen. This explains why the sound of the kitchen can reach me easily. Other than that, i think the ambience was pretty good. Like Mandarin Gallery, the place was pretty well furnished in a artistic way. I do like it.

Service. I had no idea what i would like to eat but the staff are friendly enough to offer me some recommendation. The staff are pretty attentive but maybe i am alone, i don't really find them 'too attentive' haha. But good job, i must say. One of them even ask me how was the food at times. I felt rather glad to see Indian and Malay working in this Chinese restaurant. Nice.

Food. I ordered a hot pot set and a side dish. I am rather disappointed with the "Shrimps and Mango Sesame Roll" as there is NO MANGO at all. If i am not wrong, i saw pineapple instead, but i can't really taste it. I had craving for it but... Anyway, i hope the soup makes up for it. The soup came with a large portion. They recommend the Herbal Ginseng chicken Soup with Wolf Berry and Red Dates to go with Pro-biotic Kampong Chicken instead of my initial order of Vegetables. The soup is flavourful but a little salty for my liking. I prefer the original herbal taste instead. Generally, it is still a good option. One thing to note, the chicken is very boney with little meat. Hence, do not expect to have much chicken when ordering it. Oh i forget to mention their rice taste like Bubur Pulau Hitam, a malay dessert. hmm... weird...

There is a promotion for the hot pot set during the lunch hour from 11am - 2pm (i think). $2 off the set. Hence, it may be best to try it at this time as the food isn't cheap. If you are worrying about the lunch crowd, not to worry as there is none there.

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22 Feb 2014 • 145 reviews • 3 followers

Reunion of art and food

For full review, please visit http://www.makeyourcaloriescount.com/2014/02/sg-arteastiq-tea-bone-china-reunion-of.html

Our previous visit to Arteastiq Boutique at Mandarin Gallery was a memorable experience as it was somewhat a sanctuary haven to retreat to in the midst of the busy city life. A
15 Feb 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Sham of a HotPot

We were given a Groupon voucher that was worth $30 for a hotpot set for 2 persons. We called to check if we could use it on 12 Feb, and 2 different staff said yes. We went and found it a beautiful place, but completely empty. The staff seems shocked to see customers and then proceeded to tell u
02 Oct 2012 • 85 reviews • 22 followers

Herbal Soup

Just had my lunch alone at Tea Bone China since i have no idea what i should eat.

Environment. Pretty cool and cosy with Chinese songs (some are covers) played in the background. Not a noisy place except for the wok's sound from the kitchen, as i was sitting next to the kitchen. They seems not to
10 Sep 2012 • 2 reviews • 21 followers

Love the concept

Tea Bone China is a new Chinese restaurant tucked away in the quite corner of Millennia Walk. I loved Arteastiq's first outlet at Mandarin Gallery, so I decided to see how different this second outlet is compared with the first.

It was a really different experience altogether. I got a more oriental
21 Aug 2012 • 121 reviews • 7 followers

Good place to chill out

For pictures and full review, visit:

http://madamechewy.wordpress.com/2012/08/21/tea-bone-china-by-arteastiq/

For Afternoon tea Set review, visit:
http://madamechewy.wordpress.com/2012/12/03/afternoon-tea-at-arteastiq-tea-bone-china/

Chilled out in Arteastiq new F&B establishment, Tea Bone China, on a