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462 Crawford Lane
Singapore 190462

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10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm


10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

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Overall, the portions were generally average it is not recommended for big eaters unless you order more than one serving or if you purchase the 3 bowls set for $15. On a side note, we liked the lu rou fan & chicken rice. The lu rou fan was very flavourful while the chicken was very soft & tender. On the other hand, the mee sua was just fine.

Seatings wise, there were only limited seats so there was a queue on 2 occasions that we had visited. Try to visit early because at 8pm, the staff told us that some drinks & food were out of stock... Definitely not the experience you’d wanna have if you’re gonna travel all the way down!

Loved all 3 dishes! If I had to choose one, my favorite would be the lu rou fan. Totally recommend to get this to try all. It’s a pretty sizeable portion and you can get this to share with a friend too.

Lurou fan set is $8 for the vegetables, braised eggs and a bowl of lurou fan. Rly tasty, generous portions as well

In the midst of COVID-19 when we can’t travel, this is the closest thing you can get to Taiwan. Tried their Eat 3 Bowls with drink ($15 nett) and braised chinese cabbage ($4.20 nett). Personally love their shredded chicken rice which was tender and fragrant with shallot oil drizzled onto the chicken. Their 卤肉饭 is good too! Braised pig intestine mee sua was not bad but pales in comparison to the other 2 rice dishes. Their milk tea is worth a try too with chewy pearls that are of the right Q-ness. Will definitely be back! Be prepared to Q during meal times though.

Went on a Wednesday evening and it was already crowded for dinner. Place was reminiscent of school with wooden tables and chairs with blackboard showcasing its menu and quirky menu books looking like school textbooks 😆

Their Intestines Oyster Mee Sua was pretty good- vinegary soup which is not too thick, soft oysters and generous amount of ginger at the side! Do give it a try.
I ate it with the Taiwanese sausage as a side and i think its too thick and dense which wasn’t that enjoyable unfortunately...

Their chicken rice to me was pretty mehh and having chicken rice at this place may not make your trip worthwhile as its a pretty common dish.

The star of this place is their Lu Rou Fan which looks glistening and literally melt in your mouth while still maintaining its flavour🤤you can order it as a set which comes with the cabbage, soft boiled eggs and a drink. Heads up, their eggs are just plain bad. Their brown sugar bubble tea has just the right amount of sweetness and the bobas were so QQ. It was also worth the price given a big glass and they also use metal straws 👍

What a gem of a place. Music by Taiwanese artists, the 3 staff sounding like teletubbies, and impeccable food.

Shredded chicken rice was unexpectedly satisfying from the oil and the soy sauce. I tot it was gonna be dry but it was very well balanced w tender chicken.

Luroufan was incredible as well, they nailed the texture though the taste has their own spin on it. Impressive nonetheless

Intestine mee sua(I changed the oyster to extra intestines) was super flavourful and comforting. Intestines were braised very well, soft and fatty. Vinegar and grated garlic were present too.

Usually I love Lu rou fan but I felt their intestine actually impressed me more!! Nonetheless all 3 bowls were fantastic, definitely a place to check out

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