Ah Dong Teh House 阿东茶餐厅


Located at Tebing lane, right beside the scenic Punggol Park, along the Water Promenade Riverside Walk, is Ah Dong Teh House, one among the many eateries and cafes in the vicinity. 

One main issue we face when going out in groups would be deciding on a place to have our meals due to differences in food preferences. Half of us wanted to go Whisk and Paddle (a cafe right across Ah Dong Teh House) while the other half wanted a more "Chinese-y" lunch. 

Eventually, we settled for Ah Dong, given their tagline, "There is something for everyone @ Ah Dong."

Fried Boneless Chicken with Garlic Butter Sauce: $10.90

Just look at the amount of greasiness in this main! Everything just screams "F-A-T-S!" The salad does little to redeem the already-unhealthy status of this dish. It's the typical Western food fare.  :/

Parmesan Chicken: $10.90 

Unhealthy choice #2. I'm sure the Health Promotion Board would be disappointed in my siblings' choices.

Best of Both Worlds: $16.90

My platter included prawns, tender, succulent chicken chop, creamy mussels, coleslaw, fries and butter rice. I found it cool that my food was served in a legit huge-ass stainless steel pan. It makes me look like such a glutton though.

I would say it was too much for a single person. It could totally be shared among two. The fries became soggy over time and the butter rice would have tasted better if it had a stronger buttery flavour. Though I enjoyed the creamy gravy over the mussels, I found it a little too rubbery and overcooked. Other than that, the chicken chop was tender and nice, and the prawns were fresh and firm.

Meat Lover: $16.90

This is the ultimate meal for carnivores, with a double meat serving of pork chop and chicken chop. The set is completed with fried button mushrooms, fries, coleslaw and butter rice. It was decent overall but the pork chop was slightly overcooked.

Porky Pig: $16.90

HAHA. Is it just me or do you find the name of the dish quite amusing too? 

Anyway, it contains deliciously cooked Bratwurst sausages, once-again-overcooked pork chops, coleslaw, fries and butter rice. 

Strawberry and Honeydew Milk Tea ($3.50) in humongous cups. A cup would be easily shared between two. 

I found the syrup too overwhelmingly sweet after a few sips into the drink. It's like diabetes in a cup!

Here's a combined food picture from half of the table. 

Most patrons of the place were families with young kids. I suppose fried food always hold this unfathomable attraction for children who aren't that health-conscious. 

Though the food was average at best, I would say that their prompt service and pleasant environment would make it an alright place for a quick family meal. 

Ah Dong Teh House 阿东茶餐厅
10 Tebing Lane, #01-03/04, Singapore 828849
Tel: 62410309
Opening hours: Monday – Friday (11am to 2am), Sat, Sun & PH (9am – 2am) 
*Last order at 1am

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