224 Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574356

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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The Xiang’s Signature Dessert (S$4.20) was one Oriental dessert that I could never get sick of. Comprising a combo of grass jelly and soya beancurd, topped with assorted beans, sticky cake, yam balls, yam, sweet potato cubes, tapioca pearls and roasted peanuts, this dessert was a symphony of flavours, textures and love.

Personally, I found that the roasted peanuts gave a beautiful aroma to the dessert. But I must say, that because everything tasted like they were freshly prepared, that this place would provide me my preferred dessert over the other Taiwanese dessert kiosks around the island.


Lately, Xiang Dessert and Food, otherwise known as Xiang Hao Chi (饗好吃), had become my regular haunt to pick up some Taiwanese flavours. Apparently, other than their range of desserts that was always chosen as my afternoon pick-me-up, another item that had become my comfort food was their Taiwanese Crispy Chicken Chop with Minced Pork Noodles (S$7.80).

The noodles would usually be slightly springy and nicely seasoned with the minced meat and its gravy poured over. Though there were options to how the fried chicken chop could be flavoured, I would always go for their salt and pepper seasoning for that more authentic feel. Did I also mention that the pickled cabbage and the Ramen egg were also like icing on the cake, and for that price point I thought the overall portion was actually quite affordable?

Of course, the Upper Thomson belt had no lack of good food, but for some Taiwanese treats, this place deserved a shoutout.


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From Xiang Hao Chi
Tasty bowl of boiled salty wheat noodles.
Combining the unforgettable texture of slow boiled pork intestines and crispy fried chicken.
Satisfying portion indeed.

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This was meh, milk tea was not fragrant and pearls were not chewy... can give this a pass and buy other milk teas outside.

Another fav from this store- the minced meat sauce went well with both rice / noodles! Chose nacho cheese sauce for the pork chop (other sauces: salt & pepper / BBQ) and no regrets~ Worth a try!

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Meesua with fried crispy chicken and pork intestines- love this too!!! Huge fan of Taiwanese food and the meesua went very well with the chicken, intestines and chili.

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