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Thunder Tea Rice 擂茶

Thunder Tea Rice

Thunder Tea Rice
擂茶


Ratings:
67%   (3 votes)
2 / 3

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THE BUZZ: Located at Lau Pa Sat along Raffles Quay and just a few minutes away from Raffles Place MRT station, Thunder Tea Rice is a humble stall that serves healthy and affordable Hakka cuisine.Thunder Tea Rice is all about herbs, vegetables and tofu. Its benefits include lowering cholesterol levels, body detoxification, strengthen the immune system, ease digestion, combat flu and headache, and enhances relaxation and beauty.

MUST TRY:Indulge in the pleasure of their delicious dishes such as Thunder Tea Twin Meals, Thunder Combo Set, Hometown Chicken Patty, Chicken Prawn Meat Roll, Fish Fillet, and a lot more.

View reviews on hungrygowhere.com

Hours:
Daily: 09:00 - 21:30

Address:
18 Raffles Quay, #01-26 Lau Pa Sat

Cuisine:
Chinese, Hakka


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