51 Upper Bukit Timah Road
#02-188 Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre
Singapore 588215

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10:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

10:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

10:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

10:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm


10:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

10:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 07:00pm

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the soup could have been richer and nuttier! i got the thunder tea beehoon ($5.30 - regular) and as much as i prefer noodles>rice, i think i still prefer rice for my leicha as it soaks up the soup better. but i do like that this didn’t feel oily!

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A healthier choice in the hawker centre, serving thunder tea in rice or noodle option.

For the regular size you already get a decent portion.

This had a short queue at ~6.30pm on a Saturday. Had seen some raving reviews of this but sadly we didn’t really find it very impressive. There’s long beans, red beans (I don’t usually see this in leicha!), tofu, peanuts, long beans, cabbage and some other veg. Some of the tofu was very tasty, as it was soft with a bite to it; but some of the smaller pieces weren’t as nice. Peanuts were crunchy, the rest of the ingredients were decent, nothing much to say. On first taste, I found the bowl quite meh, but I found it better towards the end. It’s very clean tasting, it’s definitely a good choice for those on a diet. But it tasted a bit flat? Compared to other leichas I’ve had. Maybe adding mani cai would help? The soup has a palatable level of bitterness so it was easy to drink.

Overall, I’ve had better leicha at other places, but I hear lots of people love this so this might be to your preference!

Love, love this lei cha so much! It’s light-tasting, not oily or salty, and filled with plenty of clean ingredients, making for a filling meal. Interestingly, the thunder tea paste here isn’t made of tea leaves, but instead of a blend that includes nuts and beans, resulting in a slightly sweet and nutty tasting paste that’s delicious. They let you customise your bowl. The woman in front of me asked for kosong (no rice or noodles) and more vegetables, and I asked for less bee hoon and more tofu.

Only ever had thunder tea rice once many many years back. It was so long ago that I don’t even remember liking it or not 😂 That changed recently after trying out Living Wholesome’s! Love theirs - it’s a bit pricier, but it comes default with brown rice and a full variety of vegetarian toppings (chye poh, beancurd, wing beans, long beans, etc.). It’s fragrant, clean and not at all oily. You can top up a dollar to upgrade to a bigger portion, but the default’s already very substantial. There’s also bee hoon as an alternative.

They offer delivery now as well, with free deliveries within 1km or up to $9 islandwide, without minimum orders.

MY VERY FIRST LEICHA EXPERIENCE AND I FELL IN LOVE WITH THIS!!!!! THEIR BROWN RICE IS SOOOOOOOOOOOO FRAGRANT like omg :")!!!! Their beehoon also got this black sesame taste like GAAAAH dont even need to pour the thunder tea paste AND THEY ARE ALR SO YUMZ!!!