fbpx

Chai Chee eatery sells 3-litre bubble tea tower from S$14.90 & Taiwanese food

Recommended to share with a few friends.

Fasiha Nazren | December 9, 2019 @ 06:43 pm

Share

BBT lovers, rejoice.

Bubble tea tower

Taiwanese eatery Lu Ding Ji now has a three litre bubble tea tower from S$14.90.

That’s equivalent to about six regular-sized cups of bubble tea.

The tower comes in three flavours: Milk tea, black tea and green tea.

Photo from Lu Ding Ji’s Facebook page

Cups filled with tapioca pearls, however, are an additional S$0.80 per cup.

The bubble tea tower is only available at its Viva Business Park outlet in Chai Chee.

Taiwanese food

Bubble tea isn’t the only thing they offer, though.

Lu Ding Ji also serves Taiwanese-inspired food, including the pork bowl (S$9.50) which includes a whole braised lava egg.

Photo from @sng.mui on Instagram

They also have other rice bowls like the chicken bowl (S$8.50) and the more premium super bowl (S$22.50), which includes Kurobuta pork and slices of wagyu beef.

They also have a variety of mee sua, including the intestine mee sua bowl (S$10.50).

View this post on Instagram

Hidden gem in Chai Chee area serving Taiwanese-inspired fare with local flavors. Previously at CBD area and now relocated to Chai Chee, Lu Ding Ji dishes up tasty and affordable braised meats, rice bowls, bubble tea and desserts in a bigger and comfortable space. Tried a few of their signature dishes and highly recommend their braised large intestine mee sua, braised pork belly bowl and deep-fried chawamushi (steamed egg). The braised pork belly were tender and flavorful after hours of slow cooking; large intestines were perfectly cooked and doesn’t have that offensive smell while the deep-fried chawamushi was unique and delicious. Comfort food at its best! Book a table now with @quandoo_sg promo code DINEOUT200 to enjoy double loyalty points. Also redeem a total of 1000 loyalty points for a $15 cashback directly into your bank account with a successful Quandoo reservation. Thank you Debbie @quandoo_sg and @ludingji.sg for the invite and warm hospitality. . . . LU DING JI Viva Business Park 750 Chai Chee Road #01-13 S469000

A post shared by ҼѕԵɧeɾ †ᵉᵒ | Տɢ Ƒơơɖ . ƉɾíղƘ (@esth3r_esth3r) on

Fried snacks

If you’re just feeling peckish, the eatery also offers snacks like this interesting crispy chawanmushi (S$8).

And some deep fried golden mushrooms (S$8).

View this post on Instagram

@ludingji.sg Fried Mushrooms are the best!!! This top my 小吃 list!!! Everyone was about to land their chop sticks on this dish (for the 2nd time) and I had to quickly snatch it away and take a not so nicely "angled" shot. Lol. • • I love mushrooms and I tried to fry it (many times) but failed all the time! ?‍♀️ Hahaha. I think I shall just visit and get my cravings fix here!!! • • We also ordered the Chawanmushi, Luncheon Fries and XL Chicken. Probably there were too many fried items on the table and the mushroom were too good that I find the chicken was so so only. However, the chawanmushi and luncheon fries were well like by everyone! • • @eatsnapsg recommended the pork chop. I alway trust her taste bud and am going to order it on my next visit! • • • #MELanieLIVEtoFEAST

A post shared by sng.mui (@sng.mui) on

Yum.

Where to go:
Viva Business Park 750 Chai Chee road #01-13 Singapore 469000
Clarke Quay Central 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #B1-K7 Singapore 059817 (Bubble tea tower unavailable at this outlet)

When to go:
Weekdays, 11:30am to 9:30pm
Weekends, 11:30am to 2:30pm, 4:30pm to 10pm
Top photo from Lu Ding Ji’s Facebook page and @sng.mui on Instagram

 

Content that keeps Mothership.sg going


??
This is where you can find FREE Instagrammable rooms.

??
Are your colleagues animals in this corporate jungle you call your ‘office’?

✈️?️
Click here for an itinerary recommended by your fellow kiasu Singaporeans

✋?
Have you ever felt like a boomer in your 20s?

About Fasiha Nazren

Fasiha is only afraid of three things - cockroaches, her parents and the deafening screamos of post hardcore bands.

Morning Commute

Interesting stories to discuss with your colleagues in office later

Close