If you crave for Taiwanese food, look no further. You can find delicious and genuine Taiwanese delights right here at Chinatown.

The braised pork rice ($3.50 for set with soup) at Ah Tai was a simple dish of braised pork belly on Japanese pearl rice topped with marinated egg. Based on a Taiwanese family recipe, the rice indeed tasted homely and unpretentious.

I was astounded by its superior and classic quality of the Taiwanese mee sua ($1.90), probably the best I tasted in Singapore. It was no wonder because the mee sua was imported directly from ‘Ah Zong Mian Xian‘.

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335 Smith Street #02-10 Chinatown Complex Market S050335
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat, 10:00am – 8:00pm; Closed on Sun

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  1. dont eat at this stall, it is dishonest business. ordered their fried chicken chop rice and guess what arrives? a bowl of rice with half a pc of fried chicken, and some pickled vegetables.

    there is no soup, no hard boiled egg, no tomatoes, no lettuce, nothing! the pic on menu is fake one. feel so cheated.


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