Tang Tea House at Simpang Bedok

Tang Tea House
355 Bedok Road
Singapore 469545
Tel: +65 6445 9100

Opening hours
11am to 4am daily

So last Friday a bunch of my friends and I played floorball at Valhall, this place in Kallang that has floorball courts you can rent for between S$40-S$80 per hour depending on your booking times. It was pretty harrowing for me at the beginning since I’d only played it once in school when I was 17 I think :/ Thankfully things picked up after the first hour, and it became way more fun! You guys should try it with a big group – they rent sticks out for S$5 too!

One ungraceful fall and four leg bruises later, I was a happy and sweaty camper on my way to Simpang Bedok for supper. Everyone was still full from dinner before floorball and just got drinks, but I had worked up a bit of appetite,  so I ordered a couple of items off the dim sum menu.

The first was my staple Golden Sand Bun (S$4.50 for 3):

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UGH YUMMYYYYY. They were so, so good. I think Tang Tea House and Kowloon Express have the best halal salted egg custard buns in Singapore! I tried the ones at Enak (on the Spize side of Simpang Bedok) and the consistency of the salted egg custard filling was way off. I could even feel the granules of sugar in the custard, ugh. Thankfully, the ones at Tang Tea House are always amazing. Very creamy, sweet and salty, and way delicious. The buns themselves are soft and fluffy, with a smooth coating on the outside. Delish. 10/10 always. Have a look at the inside:

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YUMMMM I WANT SOME NOWWW 😦

My second dim sum item was the Mango Sesame Prawn (S$6.40 for 3 pieces):

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YOMMEHHHHH

ALSO delicious! These plump prawns, together with some mango sauce, are wrapped in a crispy flour coating sprinkled with generous amounts of browned sesame seeds. SUPER yummy. The taste of the sesame, mango sauce, and prawns, combine to form a party in my mouth. I love this. Please try soon! 9/10

Well that was all I had that night (to be fair it was 2am), so I can’t review much else, but I do love the other things here like the Seafood Fried Tang Hoon (S$6). By the way, they do takeaways too, so what I do sometimes is call ahead when I’m 10 mins away and order like 2 packs of the Golden Sand Buns, and when I get there the buns are ready to go! Perf.

I also read that Tang Tea House now has a prayer space for guests who wish to pray while waiting for their food, etc, so that’s really great.

The menu is available online here, but you can also click through the gallery below:

Tang Tea House
355 Bedok Road
Singapore 469545
Tel: +65 6445 9100

Opening hours
11am to 4am daily

 

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