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Taiwan restaurants here seems on the rise, with a few opening in the city area recently.

Gatao recently moved to a new food court in People’s Park Centre, continue to serve their signature Taiwanese foods.

The fried pork rib do have the crispy skin but sadly the seasoning taste wasn’t strong enough, and it became bland when I eating the meat itself. But the pork rib overall still tender, although a bit soggy and dry probably due to takeaway and can’t enjoy it on the spot. $7.90

i love this place affordable and generous portion 🤩🤩 the mini taro balls are my fav

This braised pork rice stand out from the rest in Singapore because of the pickled sliced cucumber. The tanginess of the pickled cucumber goes very well with the braised pork. Their onsen braised egg is also unique

Their Chives Pancake is also very good and an authentic Taiwan snack. They are freshly made and pan fried upon ordering. But at $8 for two pieces, it a bit expensive.

Yet for me, this is a place worth coming back to.

I love taimei bbtea drinks using @lazada_sg coupons vouchers!

The queue at the Bukit panjang outlet was super long wait though as the outlet receives lots of foodpanda and grabfood orders. the wait was almost 20-30mins on a sat afternoon.

Decided to buy the Lazada vouchers because drinks sounded fanciful and looked pretty, but they fell short of my expectations.

🍹osmanthus fresh milk: this tastes way too milky to me
🍹sunny island: Hokkaido milk with fresh lemon juice, honey and mango, with popping mango, and butterfly blue pea tea. There is also mango yoghurt in it.

Club Sandwich (S$7.90)
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My go-to chinese restaurant when I am craving for fragrant Egg Fried Rice and Xiao Long Bao is none other than @dintaifungsg !

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My parents was along Geylang around and bought the Abalone Mee Sua for me. The chilli really bring a kick to the dish and it is a very good. Will recommend my friends to come after phase 2

When I crave something light, comforting, yet appetising, Shihlin’s Oyster Mee Sua are of my go-to options. The (in)convenient thing about Shihlin Street Snacks is that it is meant to be takeaway - so I tend to buy it back when I know I want to enjoy it in the comfort of my own home. For $4.90, this bowl is served with a generous portion of already-cut Mee Sua noodles in a silky broth that is extremely flavourful. With vinegar and chilli - you get both the sour and spicy kick, making the dish just so appetising even when you’re not hungry🤣
Perhaps after this, you’d have to prepare yourself with their side of chicken cutlet to fulfill the hunger the Mee Sua caused you!


Yes, I’m pissed that Singapore’s going into Lockdown 2: Electric Boogaloo (all you had to do was close the damn borders CJ!). However, I can take comfort in the fact that I finally made time to pay a visit to @a8undance, ‘cause this still new tiny little hole in the wall has some gratifyingly good food.⠀

Sure, at $11.90 before ten percent service charge, the XO Fried Rice can seem pricey when compared to a far more popular fried rice merchant, but the moolah I spent was a solid investment. The fluffy, sensually oil slicked short grain rice was well fried & imbued with little eggy bits and tiny shreds of actual crabmeat within. The XO sauce that has been fried with the rice imparts a deep, umami unctuousness to the delightfully carb-y pile. Sure, there isn’t much wok hei in the rice, but the XO sauce makes up for that.⠀

The additional crispy chicken cutlet ($4.50+ additional) alluringly draped on top of the fried rice is amply appetising. The juicy chicken fillet is expertly battered & deep fried with what smells like the ubiquitous Chinese five spice mix, and the crispy skin is undoubtedly delightful. Definitely a worthy add on for a fantastic plate of fried rice.⠀

Abundance is definitely living up to their name, ‘cause there certainly ain’t no lack of delicious dishes on their menu. Better yet, there’s an abundance of comely craft beers on their taps to wash down it all down.

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Emo Snacks(饿魔小吃)is having a 10% pickup offer this loose CB period (until end June 2021 I think). This mala chicken rice will burn a hole in your belly. 😭 there is no 小辣 option so be warned!!! Make sure to pick-up some bubble tea as well to douse the flames. Everything else here has a spiciness level, even their 卤肉饭! :)) awesome place if you are craving Taiwanese 小吃late at night.