Monday, May 9, 2011

~ Little Dining Hideout @ Punggol ~

Today is an off day for us due to the General Election day on last Saturday. We took the children out for dinner @ Punggol which is 'hidden' along Tebing Lane (off Punggol East Road). This quiet corner is becoming a popular spot for dining and various sports activities. During evenings, there are many cars and people who specially make their trip down for dinner and work out.

The nearest LRT station is Riviera and there are a few buses (e.g. 3, 85, 83, 569) stopping by Punggol East - Opp Blk 166A. Sheng Jia Temple is located nearby and you will not miss the prominent @ Punggol sign at the entrance.

Currently there are four food outlets operating in the area with the fifth one opening soon. Popeyes is the first to start it's business here late last year and a distinctive landmark here. :)

Address: 10 Tebing Lane, #01-05, Singapore 828836

The other outlets include: 

Xian Seafood Restaurant & Bar
Address: 10 Tebing Lane, #01-01, S828836

Shin Nichi (新日)
Address: 10 Tebing Lane, #01-08, Singapore 828836

Uncle Leong Seafood Restuarnt - Opening soon! :)

Frienzie Bistro & Bar 
Address: 10 Tebing Lane, #01-02, Singapore 828836

We decided to dine at Frienzie for our post Mother's Day dinner. :) The weather has been extremely hot recently and sitting inside the non air-conditioned restaurant doesn't help to cool us off. I do appreciate if there are more ceiling or standing fans though.

Photos taken with Denver & Gladys at Frienzie. :)

Apart from the orders that was placed wrongly, the food and service was pretty ok. As the night falls, more diners filled up the restaurants for food and drinks. Long queue is spotted at Popeyes and it is definitely a different sight in the night compared to the day.

Another reason to make this place attractive is you get a good view of Sungei Serangoon. Lorong Halus Wetland is also located nearby and diners can go for a walk after their dinner. A great dining hideout especially so for Punggolians and Sengkangers. :)

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