930 Yishun Avenue 2
#B1-156 Northpoint City South Wing
Singapore 769098

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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I ordered Lu rou fan for him.
The LRF meat is tender and not too fatty, quite tasty. Served with egg and preserved veggie.
Portion not too big, which is good for my dad.

πŸ“Feng Food.
Northpoint #B1-156.
930 Yishun Avenue 2.


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My fav go-to place for braised pork rice in SG. Have tried most of their food here and they are really tasty!

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first time trying this dish and it was unexpectedly good! really liked how crispy the skin was and it wasn’t too oily. paired well with the sweet chilli sauce it was served with!

have to get guan miao noodles whenever there’s an option for it 😌 chewy and springy with a firm bite! initially thought there was too little chilli but when mixed in, it was enough to coat every strand and still packed a punch. had the right balance of vinegary and spicy flavours πŸ˜‹ the dumplings were not bad too though the skin could be slighly thinner

I am one of those who will plan their travel itinerary over where to eat. Taiwan is therefore a paradise for me as there is good food to be found wherever we went --- be it XXXXL chicken cutlet, beef noodles or Taiwanese sausage. I will however never leave Taiwan without an extra bowl of mee sua.

What makes Taiwanese mee sua different is that the thin wheat vermicelli noodles are served in a thick flavourful gooey broth, topped with oysters or braised pig intestines and finished with a dash of vinegar. I usually find it easier to slurp it all up from the bowl instead of using a spoon or chopsticks!

Feng Food is a Taiwanese eatery located in the basement of Northpoint. It serves all sorts of Taiwanese food from braised meat rice to ding tai feng-style pork chop fried rice. I rather enjoyed their pig intestines mee sua. The intestines were soft and tender whilst the mee sua was good but not Ah Zong good πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ of course!

I will be back to check out the rest of the menu!

Signature Taiwanese Braised Beef Noodles (Spicy) ($13+)
The star is definitely the noodles!! Really Q Q with a good bite, I really enjoyed it! Felt that I wasnt particularly a big fan of the soup (just personal preference), but I'm glad that the soup isn't too gamey, although you still taste the beef.

Overall, a pretty satisfying meal I'd say!