Big Mouth Eat

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2 Havelock Road
#B1-22 Havelock 2
Singapore 059763

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11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

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There are a few Taiwanese foods stall around Chinatown and this is probably the most hidden one.

Located at the basement of Havelock II, you will find them at the corner serving authentic Taiwanese foods.

Was craving for some 盐酥鸡 so gotten this rice set. Sadly it was a bit too dry for me, but at least the flavours are still there.

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Beside this, they also have a range of Taiwanese food, too bad I only managed to try this.
Braised Pork Belly Rice.
Tender flavourful Braised minced pork served with half egg and preserved vegetables.
💰 $4.9.
📍Big Mouth Eat.
2 Havelock Road, #B1-22.
Havelock 2.

It seems that establishments specialising in Taiwanese cuisine is sprouting up around various corners in Singapore pretty recently — Big Mouth Eat 大口吃 is one of those recent openings that is hidden within the basement of Havelock II; a rather non-descript spot considering how the mall isn’t particularly filled up with tenants even at the ground level.

Just going by the minced braised pork belly, the Braised Pork Belly Rice is something worthy of a mention — the cuts used for the meat here comes with a good proportion of lean and fatty parts; all that coming together for a good texture that doesn’t require too much bite, yet melt-in-the-mouth. Really enjoyed how the meat has absorbed all that goodness from the braising liquid that is exceptionally savoury and rich — very flavourful without being overly salty. The only qualm here is how the rice feels like it could do with more of that sauce — no doubt it may seem to be served this way to circumvent the issue where the rice may get overly salty, but we felt that the rice felt a tad dry and could do with more flavour from the braising liquid; probably just a small douse would help. Really liked the preserved vegetables that they add to the bowl here which provided a contrast of texture by adding a crunch in between morsels of minced braised pork belly and rice, whilst also providing a light hint of spiciness that tickles the tastebuds. The braised egg was also decent; feature a solid yolk within, though some may yearn for the molten egg yolks typical to that of ramen egg that some places do serve up.

Whilst operating as a kiosk with a rather simple set-up featuring IKEA plastic chairs and metallic outdoor tables as their dine-in furnishings within the basement of a quiet mall, Eat Big Mouth is a hidden gem for those who love their Taiwanese cuisine — pretty authentic iterations of favourites ranging from the Braised Pork Belly Rice to more uncommonly found dishes such as the Taiwan Egg Pancake Crepe (would recommend the Ham variant which we also had), the Homemade Vegetarian “Blood” Cake and the Taiwanese Style Meatball. While there are still areas of improvement to be made for the Braised Pork Belly Rice, the setup does feel earnest and non-pretentious; something which we loved for how they seemingly focus on the food itself — itself being off for a good start. Looking forward to return for the Shredded Chicken Rice and other items some day too!

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Braised Pork Chop Bento Set 滷排骨便當 (S$8.90)
Braised Pork Belly Bento Set 滷肉飯便當 (S$8.90)
Shredded Chicken Bento Set 雞肉飯便當 (S$8.90)
Meatball Mee Sua (S$7.90)
Homemade Tian Bu La 手工甜不辣 (S$5.90)
Clam & Ginger Soup (S$6.90)
Meat Ball 肉圆 (S$5.90)
Taiwanese Sticky Rice 油飯 (S$4.90)
Taiwanese Rice Pudding 米糕 (S$3.90)

Available at @_BigMouthEat
Bento set came with winter melon drink.
Cure my Taiwanese craving
Too bad Tian Bu La didn’t survive the trip well.

Big Mouth Eat 大口吃
Open ⏰ : Tue - Sun : 12pm - 8pm
Note 📝 : free delivery with minimum S$50
Else S$5 delivery fee

Used to like this place but ordered delivery today and the amount of Lu Rou is just pathetic zz