Tag Archive: Best Taiwanese Food Singapore

New Taiwanese Hawker Stall Opened By Chen Shucheng And Ex-Hyatt Hotel Chef

9 October

Love Taiwanese food? So do we. So you could imagine our excitement when we found out that the famous MediaCorp actor Chen Shucheng has opened a hawker stall in Ang Mo Kio selling Taiwanese eats with a modern twist at affordable prices. Together with local veteran chef Austen Ong, an ex-Chef de Cuisine of Grand Hyatt Singapore, they created The...

10 Places In Singapore To Indulge In Taiwanese Street Food

6 October

To most, Taiwan is known as the land of night markets, deep-fried goodies and shopping districts. Boasting such a vast selection of edible delights to feast on, it’s definitely hard to cope with the nagging cravings. Should you find yourself missing any one of their iconic street snacks, here’s a list of 10 places in Singapore to indulge in Taiwanese...

Nan Tai Eating House – Unpretentious Simple Taiwanese Comfort Food

1 September

To most, Taiwan is known as the land of night markets, deep-fried goodies and shopping districts. Boasting such a vast selection of edible delights to feast on, it’s definitely hard to cope with the post-holiday blues. Should you find yourself missing their famous braised pork rice (lu rou fan) or oyster mee sua, Nan Tai Eating House over at Kim...

The Salted Plum – Wallet-Friendly Taiwanese Rice Bowls At Just S$10

22 March

Brought to you by the same folks that gave us delicious yet affordable Taiwanese-inspired rice bowls and the likes, Five-Ten, The Salted Plum brings to the Circular Road enclave a refreshing twist on Taiwanese-style street food but with a more extensive lunch and dinner menu—with meals mostly costing either S$5, S$10 or S$15. Although catered more towards the bustling office...

10 Lu Rou Fan In Singapore We Really Lu-rou-ve

11 December

Lu Rou Fan (滷肉饭) is one of the most beloved Taiwanese comfort foods that works wonders whenever we are feeling a little under the weather, or even on a regular basis when we are looking to for a satisfying meal to sate our ravishing hunger. A simple dish which is put together with braised marinated pork and steamed rice, Lu Rou...