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Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Dining Hall of Buddha Tooth Relics Temple
Was at Chinatown area & feeling thirsty, recalled the Dining Hall of Buddha Tooth Relics temple at their Basement 1 serves own brewed/boiled herbal drinks at $1. Hence visited it and Apple water is today's drink of the day. Discovered that Char Siew Dumpling Noodles is on their Today menu and looked good so ok have an early lunch...
I ordered their soup version and the soup is flavourful with nice springy noodles. Quite a good portion of noodles accompanied by some mock roasted pork of soy base and 2 instant dumplings. They also serve brown rice with dishes to choose from and looked quite popular to office staff around the area as well as more patrons turned up as lunch hours approaches. Nice ambience, spacious and air-conditioned with the price considered reasonable. A good venue for tea-break and lunch consideration!
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.