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Decent braised pork rice the meat was more chunky than the usual minced meat style. The gravy was well balanced. Decent if you are looking to satisfy your craving for taiwanese food

Go for the Saba set ($11.90): the meat was succulent and juicy, and its flavor can never go wrong. In fact, I enjoyed the saba set the most out of the other meat (salmon, cod, chicken)

The rest were nothing amazing

Honestly, I doubt I will return for a second visit, especially not with the long queue


Cheapest set in the menu

Set includes access to salad bar buffet, an onsen egg, miso soup, and rice

Meat was tender but the smokiness aroma was less pronounced than expected.

The chicken was lightly seasoned, and served with lemon, salt and green chili dipping sauce to enhance the flavor if preferred by customer

Overall, not a memorable dish


Soft and tender, with a slight smoky aroma

However, there was this tinge of weird aftertaste that I did not like.

I believe the saba set will be a better option ($11.90?)

They dont serve ala carte, only in set. For the price you are paying, an onsen egg, miso soup, and rice will be served togetger with your choice of mains. Also include the free flow salad bar.

I ❤️ the Easter long weekend holiday! [Part I]
Yup, we travelled from the west to east just to get our hands on these freshly steamed rice flour filled with gula melaka and grated coconut on the side. Splendidly soft, melts in the mouth and best eaten when its warm.
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Even better if the fried rice inside tastes so good! Featured in the background is the Shanghai fried rice with braised beef and a nicely done sous vide egg. In front, we have the seafood friedrice with prawn, with added ebiko. Both tasted GOOD with that much desired "wok-hey" taste. ($16.10 for both)

Kinda like tang yuan with gula melaka grated coconut, the soup being coconut milk, the tang yuan being pandan flavoured. In other words, this is a reinvented ondeh ondeh. The milk was thick so it's probably advisable to just eat the balls. The name actually refers to how it looks like hippopotamuses in water.

Slightly disappointed with the egg yolk as it was already oozing out with yellow goodness when served. Packed with a generous amount of beef slices, they was pretty tender and complemented well with the grilled buttery toast. Glad that the flavour wasn’t compromised, just the aesthetics 😂.

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First time trying this at Bugis branch and definitely worth it! Shiok with you self add vinegar and chili oil to suit your strong taste.

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While the menu lacks in variety in the type of meat available, at least they do offer a non-fish option, and even that was done well too. It’s also the cheapest option on the menu at only $9.90 (rock salt)/ $10.90 (teriyaki)! The chicken was succulent, skin had a bit of crispness, teriyaki sauce was just right - not too salty nor sweet.

Also comes with the set so this is really value for money!


Salmon belly was also done well - soft, fatty, cooked just right! One thing for sure, the fish here tastes fresh and are very tasty - so just pick your favourite and I’m almost certain it’ll be good!


Available at @haigroadputupiring
5 pieces for S$2.50
Packed in a brown paper.
Interestingly it was S$1 cheaper than Northpoint’s outlet which cost S$3.50.
Best no queue and pipping hot.

But then Northpoint’s outlet has more variety with flavours, plus other kueh and tiramisu.
Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring
Address 🏡 : 14 Haig Road, # 01-07 Haig Road Market & Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 430 014
Open ⏰ : 11am - 9.30pm
MRT 🚇 : Paya Lebar (EW8/ CC9)