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Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks
reviewed 20 December 2019 by plwh888
This temple is located at Choa Chu Kang, accessible via MRT and a short 1 stop LRT ride at South View.
There are 3 buildings here, a Taoist prayer building, a main Thai building and another building right side of the main entrance.
The main Thai building feel like those Thailand temple, there are many smaller shrines and statues around...
"February 13 'pre-Valentines day' meal with my bride and our 2 teens"
reviewed 24 February 2020 by mikepodo
We have enjoyed this restaurant over a dozen times and it is run at the ITE West campus. The waiters/waitresses, greeters, chefs are all students at ITE Hospitality School. They are under the supervision of instructors and advanced students The food is always good and the 3 & 4-course meals are a great value. The 3-course meal came with an...
We have been patronising this restaurant for 30 years before it moved to ITE - West few years back.
Last week, re-ordered few comfort dishes.
Hakka tofu is soft n topped up with minced pork, mushroom n thick sauce. Shrimp paste chicken is different, after seasoning coated with batter - best eaten crispy hot. Coffee pork chop is tasty as...
I doubt if there is any dine-in for this, but delivery is just fine. Delivers hot, and thickness of the crusts dont make you feel as bloated as other pizzerias do.
The only downside is delivery o ly accepts cash, no card payments even via internet.
I recommend the seafood and bbq pizzas.
You will shock at the ambience and food quality at this price! Is really good by having attentive staffs even though they are students only. Every dish served are been described to details and the smiles on every staffs are fantastic! We felt so 'VVIP'...if you stay till late, the student head chef will be out to ask for feedback...
The char siu was a little dry, but the roasted skin pork was pretty good. Rice was so so , as was the sweet black sauce. We liked both chilli sauces, but the bright red one was better, as it was lighter and more fragrant.