12 March 2016
Share Tasty Taiwan Eats At Downtown East
Affordable wholesome meals to bond family and friends
12 March 2016, Singapore – TEA VALLEY @Downtown East, located at The Alley at #01-05A, must be the best kept secret of a wallet-friendly, award-winning Taiwanese casual diner at Singapore’s largest water theme park, Wild Wild Wet! The first of four outlets on our little red dot, it is just one bus stop away from the Pasir Ris MRT station on the 354 bus.
After a day of fun sliding down flumes, a hearty spread of food and drinks for sharing with family or friends is most welcome. Hot favourites such as Braised Pork Rice, Oyster Noodle, Honey Chicken and Three Cup Chicken With Rice, steamboat with seafood, vegetarian or teriyaki chicken options which are only served at this outlet, are popularly shared among families and friends.
TEA VALLEY has been awarded Singapore’s Best Food as well as the Best Culinary Skills awards in the bubble tea and snack food category. This is good news for milk tea and snow ice lovers, as well as snackers who would enjoy Fried Plum Sweet Potatoes, Crispy Salted Chicken, Fried Cuttlefish, Enoki and Shiitake Mushrooms and Tofu as well as other tantalising bites. With steamboat, this is the most comprehensive menu of all its branches.
TEA VALLEY @Downtown East lists more than 19 choices of mains and 21 snack items including thick toasts on their menu. Apart from these, it has eight ranges of hot and cold beverages in 40 different flavors, made from high quality tea leaves that come all the way from Taiwan. Diners can pair their meals with special teas such Rose Honey Tea, Lotus Leaf Hawthorn Tea, Longjing Eight Treasures Tea, milk shakes, blended ice drinks, bubble milk teas and desserts such as tropical and exotic fruit snow ices. There is something in the menu for each member of the family, to please even the fussiest of palates.
Each item comes at unbelievably affordable prices. The meals are served pronto all day.
Loyal diners of TEA VALLEY @Downtown East who have patronised the outlet for the last 17 years enjoyed the variety of food and drinks so much that they requested for an outlet near where they work. TEA VALLEY @Chevron House was thus opened a year ago in the CBD next to the Raffles Place MRT station (formerly known as Caltex House).
Mr Lawrence Lim, Director of TEA VALLEY, said, “Our regular diners also have visited our other three outlets. They sometimes book our restaurant for functions, or order out.”
There are on-going promotions and diners are advised to check them online at www.teavalley.com.sg. There are set meals at TEA VALLEY @Chevron House and @The Central, comprising a main dish and an appetizer, and the set comes with a free choice of drinks priced S$2.80 and below (set meals are available all day and start from S$9.00 per set).
Mr Lim added, “I want to bring value to my diners. Taiwan made a strong impression on me for its extensive street food offerings. I believe that good food should be enjoyed by one and all at affordable prices. We hope to open more outlets around Singapore in the near future to add another dimension to Singapore’s exciting street food scene.”
Who needs to fly to Taiwan just to enjoy its street food now? For more details, please go to www.teavalley.com.sg . For prices, please refer to the attached menu.
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About TEA VALLEY
Established in 1999, TEA VALLEY is a family-friendly restaurant chain serving Taiwanese food based on age-old recipes. It offers one of the most comprehensive and affordable menus of authentic Taiwanese hot dishes, steamboats, finger foods, teas and desserts in Singapore. It is today listed on the Singapore Food Map and the Singapore Best Food Online Directory. It has won numerous awards including Singapore’s Best Food as well as the Best Culinary Skills awards in the bubble tea and snack food category. Lawrence Lim, Winner of Singapore Entrepreneurs’ Award 2014, helms the company. TEA VALLEY outlets are located at:
- Chevron House, #B1-04 (restaurant)
10am-8pm Mon-Fri except public holidays
10am-9pm daily except public holidays
- Downtown East #01-05A (restaurant)
*The menu differs slightly from outlet to outlet. While diners can expect similar dishes at TEA VALLEY @Chevron House and @The Central #B1-47, there is steamboat on the menu at TEA VALLEY @Downtown East #01-05A which draws in hungry families after a splash at the water-sport attraction. Shoppers and students in and around Dhoby Ghaut, would make a beeline for the Fried Plum Sweet Potatoes, Deep Fried Cuttlefish, Seaweed Fries, as well as their favourite milk teas at the express counter at TEA VALLEY @POMO #01-26.
For more information, please log on to www.teavalley.com.sg. Like TEA VALLEY on Facebook (www.facebook.com/teavalley). Follow us on Instagram (www.instagram.com/teavalley) to receive exclusive updates, discounts and offers.
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