407 Jalan Besar
#01-01
Singapore 209012

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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1-1 for Mee sua & chives&pork dumpling. The pork chop cutlet was so guud & huge!

A simple Taiwanese meal! Ordered scallion chicken rice, braised pork rice, plum fries, chives & pork dumplings and a lychee earl grey tea. The unassuming boiled dumplings was a surprise! Juicy and delicious. Plum fries and braised pork rice was okay not too bad. Preferred the scallion chicken rice to the pork. Comes with a plate of chicken that taste exactly like chicken rice chili haha. Overall a decent meal and might visit again if I am in the area and need a quick fix.

Homely and comforting dumplings. Skin was soft, and the pork & cabbage fillings were tasty. A simple dish done well.

Similar to the mee sua, the dumplings didn’t blow my mind either, but gave my heart and tummy a nice warm hug instead, leaving me feeling all cozy and fuzzy inside. I get the feeling that this place serves humble Taiwanese food that doesn’t try to be flashy, but just simple and done well - sorta like coming home to eat your favourite family cooked food. The founder spent a significant amount of time in Taiwan (+886 is the country code, hence the shop’s name), so you know the food here’s the real deal. With the Beyond 1-for-1 deal, it makes the food here very affordable and worth it!

The place is simple, no frills, clean and casual. Service was friendly and welcoming. We visited on a weekday evening and it wasn’t too busy. Quite a nice place to drop by for a casual meal if you’re around the area.

This bowl of mee sua was really comforting on a cold day. The broth is thick and flavourful, having been cooked in bonito flakes. The noodles were very silky, and were served with shredded chicken, mushrooms and vinegar. You can also request for chilli padi, pepper, and garlic paste.

Overall this is not a dish that would blow your mind, but would give it a nice warm hug instead, leaving you feeling all cozy and fuzzy inside. The founder spent a significant amount of time in Taiwan (+886 is the country code, hence the shop’s name), so you know the food here’s the real deal. With the Beyond 1-for-1 deal, it makes the food here very affordable and worth it!

The place is simple, no frills, clean and casual. Service was friendly and welcoming. We visited on a weekday evening and it wasn’t too busy. Quite a nice place to drop by for a casual meal if you’re around the area.

One of the better taiwanese meesua’s I’ve tried
A quaint and quiet bistro with authentic taiwanese dishes. So much more dishes that I would like to try the next time I go there. Will definitely return

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For $5.80, you get a generous amount of braised pork belly over Japanese rice. Braised for more than 24 hours, every mouthful is filled with flavours of the spices used, especially that of star anise and cinammon. There was a slight tinge of sourness, which we were thinking could be the soy sauce that was used. We thought the texture of the lean meat portions was still a tad too tough, but overall this is still very close to a good traditional bowl of braised pork rice in taiwan. Highly recommend this place for anyone who's missing Taiwanese food and in the area.

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