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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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Order the trio set of braised pork rice (luroufan), oyster mee sua and chicken rice, which is a good way to try the variety of main dishes they have. The side dishes of Taiwanese sausage and braised intestines are good too.

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Taiwan Sausage ($3.8)
Perfect side dish for mini set
Also, it was so Addictive!!

Mini Size set with Brown sugar Bubble Tea Latte ($15)
1)Braised Pork Rice
Decent Bowl

2) Chicken Rice
The chicken slices was really soft and tender!

3) Intestine Mee Sua
Really good however towards the salty side.

My favourite taiwanese restaurant in sg. Super affordable and authentic taste. The chicken rice looks white and pale but it surprised me with the fragrant shallots oil. (Chicken rice set with braised cabbage and taiwan sausage $8) The beef noodles soup is also another must order. Its just the right amount of herbally, meaty and spicy taste. Generous amount of tender beef given. (Beef noodles soup set with pitan tofu $13) #sgfoodstagram #taiwanesefood #sgfoodies

The Signature Eat 3 Bowls set comprises of an Oyster Intestine Mee Sua, Braised Pork Rice and Chicken Rice, all cooked in a Taiwanese style.
Having been a frequent traveller to Taiwan and lived there for a period of time, I would say the taste is very similar to what you can find there, and not something you can easily find elsewhere in Singapore.
The mee sua is reminiscent of the famous Ah Zong Mee Sua in Taipei, while the chicken rice and braised pork rice had tender meat with slightly oily rice which made the taste all so flavourful.
Definitely would come back!

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Get transported to those old school taiwan movies (apple of my eye) in this cosy taiwanese cafe, with its traditional tables and chalk boards: what took it home was the lu rou fan!!! Absolutely wolfed it down, fats and all. We got the $8 set with cabbage and Jap eggs. The aiyu jelly was also a comforting pairing.

While out of the way for me, glad i finally tried this!! Prices are nett!

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