Sunday, May 15, 2011

Dining Hall of Buddha Tooth Relics Temple

Visited Buddha Tooth Relics Temple recently and saw near its entrance that its Dining Hall at Basement One now sells Vegetarian Delights and Beverages to the public from 9am-3pm.

Decided to pay a visit & was enticed by its colorful air-conditioned Dining Hall that welcomes one for lunch.

The theme is local delights at very reasonable price of $3 for its main dishes such as Wanton Noodles, Hor Fun, Yee Mee, Char Siew Noodles & rice, and Mushroom With Shredded Chicken slices Hor Fun.

It also has Dim Sum of any 3 pieces at $2. Among their Dim Sum, I would recommend their Char Siew Su (pastry with mock barbecue pork as filling) and Strongly recommend their home-made brewed Herbal Tea at $1. It was serving Chrysanthemum with Luo Han Guo on my day of visit and it is real good cup of tea that certainly worth more than the price. :-)
Overall, the environment is very welcoming with bright colours theme and would be a good place for relaxing and have a tea-break with friends.

It is located at Basement 1 of Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum which is located at Chinatown: 288 South Bridge Rd, off Sago street or opposite the famous Maxwell food centre, nearest MRT: Outram/Chinatown MRT. It is open from 9am-3pm.


PreferVege said...

I didn't know they sell home-made brewed Herbal Tea. When I saw the "Coffee / Tea / Can Drinks" signage, I thought they meant the normal red tea. Should have asked. Herbal tea, especially those of cooling nature, make very good drinks for our weather in Sngapore these days.

Sunny said...

They serve normal tea as well but I would recommend their warm herbal tea which is real good!:-)

laura said...

Hi Sunny, are they open on weekends? If yes, same operating hours? thanks.

Sunny said...

Hi Laura,
Yes, same hours including weekends per their posters.

The ambience is good to have a break from hot weather after shopping in Chinatown. :-)