Seems like there are more Taiwanese eateries, cafes and kiosk opening up in Singapore, because the longing for Taiwan is real.

Here are 20 food places – mainly restaurants and cafes, that you can find your favourites including Taiwanese Beef Noodles, Lu Rou Fan, Mee Sua and Fried Chicken.

Eat 3 Bowls 呷三碗車站
103 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118531
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Wed – Mon), Closed Tue

462 Crawford Lane, #01-61, Singapore 190462
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

Taiwanese Cafe With Train Theme Serving Night Market Food
There are two Eat 3 Bowls outlets in Singapore, one at Crawford Lane and the other at Pasir Panjang near MapleTree Business City.

The popular Taiwanese cafe first started off from a humble stall at Seah Im Food Centre and has quickly gained a permanent space and fanbase at Crawford Lane.

Their speciality is in authentic Taiwanese food and with famed 3 bowls (thus the name): Braised Pork Rice, Chicken Rice and Oyster Intestine Mee Sua.

Instead of the classroom theme at Crawford Lane, their 40-seater space here at Pasir Panjang features the theme of a train station, bringing diners on a gastronomical ride around Taiwan.

The number of menu items seem to have increased over at Pasir Panjang, with outlet exclusive items such as Sautéed Beef Cubes with Garlic 蒜香骰子牛 ($19.90), Tomato Omelette 台式番茄炒蛋 ($6), Sliced Pork Belly With Garlic Sauce 蒜泥白肉 ($7.20), Night market snacks such as Salted Crispy Chicken 酥炸盐酥鸡 ($7.80),Fried Fish Fillet 东港炸鱼块 ($7.80),Bitter-gourd Pork Rib Soup 苦瓜白骨汤 ($5.50).

There are also refreshing drinks such as Passion Fruit QQ 百香果QQ绿茶 ($4.80), Lemon Wintermelon Tea 冬瓜柠檬茶 ($4.30) and Black Tea Latte with Pearls & Red Beans 相思豆珍珠奶茶 ($4.80).

Read more at: Eat 3 Bowls 呷三碗車站 (Pasir Panjang Road)

Want Food Taiwanese Delights 恋恋湾味
22 Cross Street, #01-63, Singapore 048421
Opening Hours: 11am – 3pm (Mon – Thurs), 11am – 3pm, 6pm – 9pm (Fri), 11am – 9pm (Sat), Closed Sun

Homely Taiwanese Cafe With Tasty Lu Rou Fan, Oyster Mee Sua, And Beef Noodles
Want Food Taiwanese Delights 恋恋湾味 located at Cross Street near Chinatown is somewhere I have always wanted to try, opened by a Taiwanese turned Singapore PR.

The space while near the CBD, is considered rather small and homely. Opening hours are shorter than the norm – so do take note of that.

Expect the likes of Taiwanese Braised Minced Pork Rice ($7.90), Oyster Intestine Mee Sua ($6.90, $9.90), Taiwanese Salty Crispy Chicken Rice ($9.90), Taiwanese Salty Crispy Chicken ($8.90) and Taiwanese Sausage with Fries ($6.90).

When I was served the Taiwanese Braised Minced Pork Rice ($7.90), I was informed that additional rice or braised sauce would come without any charges. Good move.

Somehow, I think that Want Food has got their version just right, with a good proportion of meat and sauce to rice ratio, and the pork belly being melt-in-your-mouth yet not too fatty.

The braising sauce well-absorbed by the short grain rice was tasty and not too salty; while the addition of pickled cucumber helped cut through some of the greasiness.

Read more at: Want Food Taiwanese Delights 恋恋湾味 (Cross Street)

Isshin Machi 一心一町
224 East Coast Road, Singapore 428921
Opening Hours: 11am – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

1 Selegie Road, GR.ID #01-01, Singapore 188306
Opening Hours: 11am – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Taiwanese Eatery With Braised Beef Noodles At East Coast Road
Isshin Machi 一心一町 might sound like the name of a Japanese izakaya at a glance, but in fact, this is a Taiwanese eatery which has strong Taiwan vibes with a number of outlets in Singapore – East Coast, Selegie and Holland Village.

The 70-seater space is considered cosy, beautifully decked with wooden furniture pieces and mural art painted in white and blue, depicting the various iconic places in Taiwan such as the Jiemei (Sister) Lakes (姊妹潭) in Alishan, Taiwan.

I decided to go with their signature bowl of Hakka-style Braised Meat Rice ($9) aka Lu Rou Fan, the must-have iconic dish when in Taiwan.

The bowl came with both fatty and lean strips of braised pork, pickled vegetables, sliced cucumber and a whole braised egg.

Compared to the Lu Rou Fan in Taiwan, the Hakka-style Braised Meat Rice here comes with a more generous amount of braised meat and sauce, drizzled onto the soft and fluffy white pearl rice.

A meal is not complete with another iconic dish, the Taiwanese Braised Beef Noodles ($12) with an option to change the usual La Mian to Tainan Guan Miao Noodles which has a similar texture as our Ban Mian.

Read more at: Isshin Machi 一心一町 (East Coast Road)

Abundance
63A Lengkok Bahru, #01-378, Singapore 151063
Opening Hours: 11am – 3pm, 5pm – 10:30pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

Taiwanese-Style Cafe With Xiao Cai And Fried Rice
A short walk away from Redhill MRT station and the popular Redhill 85 Food Centre, Abundance specialises in Taiwanese-style buns (get it?) and dishes.

Slightly different from Bao Makers and other Kong Bak Pau specialty stores, Abundance offers Taiwan-style Gua Bao ($6.90).

Abundance’s version, other than being on the pricey side at $6.90, was a credible version which got a good balance of the savoury pork belly, sweet peanuts and tangy pickles.

The thick pork belly was cooked till melt-in-the-mouth, yet not overly fatty.

The Taiwanese-style modern eatery also serves up “Xiao Chi” of Red Hot Chilli Dumplings aka Hong You Chao Shou ($8.90), Golden Egg ($6) which is fried century egg, Prawn Toast ($9.50), Pork Chop ($8), Popcorn Chicken ($8) and Fried Beancurd Skin ($4).

Read more at: Abundance (Lengkok Bahru)

True Breakfast 初早餐
Cuppage Plaza #B1-19/20, 5 Koek Road, Singapore 228796
Opening Hours: 9am – 2pm (Mon, Wed – Sun), Closed Tues

Taiwanese Breakfast Cafe With Jumbo Chicken Drumstick Rice
On its menu are the typical Taiwanese breakfast items of Meat Floss & Egg Omelette Pancake ($4.50), Cheese & Eggs Pancake ($4), Pork Chop & Eggs Sandwich ($5), and Ham & Egg Sandwich ($4). Nothing fanciful, but you know you are in a ‘right’ place.

The pancake (not like the American ones people are more familiar with) came with a thin crepe-like chewy texture, filled with meat floss, then rolled up.

Was it anything fanciful or ultra-delicious? I would say “No”, but there was just that feelin’ of Taiwanese comfort.

The lunch items are slightly more extensive and impressionable, with Braised Pork Rice aka Lu Rou Fan ($4 for single order), Salted Pork Belly Rice ($8), Pork Chop Rice ($8) and Chicken Drumstick Rice ($8).

The one thing I would like to recommend would be the Chicken Drumstick Rice ($8) who came in a jumbo serving for its price, with the outer layer lightly crispy and moist, succulent meat.

There was also the seasoning used, that was reminiscent of the Taiwanese night markets.

Note: change their social medias for any updated opening hours, as they change relatively frequently.

Read more at: True Breakfast 初早餐 (Cuppage)

Fong Sheng Hao 豐盛號
Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, 10 Paya Lebar Rd, #B2-04, Singapore 409057
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 9pm (Mon – Fri), 8am – 9pm (Sat – Sun)

Tasty Taiwanese Toast Cafe From Shilin Market
Fong Sheng Hao 豐盛號 is a Taiwanese Toast Cafe which originated from Taipei’s Shilin Night Market 士林夜市.

They have a number of outlets in Singapore, at Paya Lebar Quarter, Westgate, NEX and Jewel Changi Airport.

The savoury toasts include their bestsellers: TW Special Pork Patty ($6.30), Pork Egg & Cheese ($6.30), Spicy Pork Egg & Cheese ($6.30), Pork Floss Egg & Cheese ($6.50), Potato Special ($5.80).

Complete the meal with a choice of cup of coffee (additional $1), Cane-flavoured Black Tea (additional $2.60) or Signature Milk Tea (additional $3.30).

My favourite was the TW Special Pork Patty ($6.30) that came with a thick cut of minced pork patty with a sweeter profile.

The patty was soft and refined in its texture.

The milk loaves are specially created in their own central kitchen using New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra’s premium NZMP butter, sent over to the shop then toasted over charcoal fire before serving.

Read more at: Fong Sheng Hao 豐盛號 (Paya Lebar Quarter)

+886 Bistro
407 Jalan Besar, #01-01, Singapore 209012
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Modern Cafe With Lu Rou Fan, Yam Brûlée, And Imperial Pork Chop
+886 Taiwanese Bistro is a newly opened café serving Taiwanese food, street snacks, and bubble tea. +886 is the international dialing code for Taiwan.

It is located along Jalan Besar (The Noble Hotel), an area which has always been a café hotspot.

Signature items include Ah Bao Braised Pork Rice ($5.80), Scallion Chicken Rice ($5), Imperial Pork Chop ($6.80), Honey Glazed Crispy Chicken ($8.80), Crispy Chicken ($8.80), Popcorn Chicken ($6.80), Fried Chicken Skin ($5.80), Crispy Enoki Mushroom ($4.80) and Tempura ($5.0).

There are also sides such as Chicken Mee Sua ($5), Plum Fries ($4.80), Chives & Pork Dumplings ($5.80), Cabbage & Pork Dumplings ($5.80), Beansprouts with Homemade Sauce ($4.20), Kangkong with Homemade Sauce ($4.20) and Braised Quail Eggs ($1.50 for 3 pcs).

The owners wanted to create the Ah Bao Braised Pork Rice ($5.80) aka Lu Rou Fan as authentic as what customers would find in Taiwan.

Therefore, you would find the use of fatty pork belly, quality Japanese short-grained rice, and not that much additional sauce.

The difference is, they garnish lightly with seaweed flakes instead of the usual salted vegetables.

Read more at: +886 Taiwanese Bistro (Jalan Besar)

8 Degrees Taiwanese Bistro 8度空間 – 人文茶館
37 Teck Chye Terrace, Singapore 545734
Opening Hours: 11am – 2:30pm, 5pm – 9pm (Mon – Fri), 11am – 9pm (Sat – Sun)

Taiwanese Café Named After Jay Chou’s Song Near Serangoon
8 Degrees Taiwanese Bistro located near Serangoon, is named after a Jay Chou song and known for its authentic tasting Taiwanese dishes. There is another outlet at Jalan Besar.

They have quite an extensive menu.

What you can expect include 8 Degrees Pork Belly Rice ($5.80), Oyster Mee Sua ($5.80), Mee Sua ($3.80), Braised Beef Noodles soup ($10.80 – mildly spicy), Salted Chicken ($7.80), Scallion Pancakes ($4.80), Fried Chicken Cutlet ($7.80) and Eggroll with Porkfloss ($4.80),

Drinks offered include 8 Degrees Bubble Milk Tea ($4.80), Hot Bubble Milk Tea ($), Rose Milk Tea ($5.80), Ginger Milk Tea ($4.80), Bubble Green Tea ($4.00) and Honey Green Tea ($4.80).

What I liked was the wide variety of items available. They can get pretty packed during meal-times, so come slightly off-peak to enjoy the laid-back charm and Taiwanese vibes.

Monki 台灣小吃部
1, 01-41 Vista Exchange Green, The Star Vista, Singapore 138617
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 9:30pm (Mon – Fri), 10:30am – 9pm (Sat – Sun)

Humble Taiwanese Café At Holland
Monki Café is located at The Star Vista serving up Taiwanese home style savoury meals and icy snow flake desserts.

The menu is divided to sections of Rice, Noodles, Small Bites, Fried Food, Egg Roll, Soups, Snowflake Desserts, Drinks and Beer.

They also try to keep the menu fresh by offering weekly and monthly seasonal items that may include Taiwanese Cold Noodles, Taiwanese Fish Maw Soup and Beef Noodles Soup.

The Taiwanese Braised Pork Rice ($9.00) was served by a Taiwanese lady who was also the cashier and the cook (one-woman operation), the rice was fragrant and fluffy, topped with savoury pieces of braised pork which must have been stewed for a while.

It reminded me of the pork fillings of a bak chang (rice dumpling).

This tasted like what a Taiwanese mum would cook at home for her children – I meant it in a good way. Warm and comforting.

Read more at: MONKI 台灣小吃部 (The Star Vista)

Breakfast Hola 早餐好了
280 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058829
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 5:30pm (Mon, Wed – Sun), Closed Tues

Taiwanese Breakfast-Style Cafe With Egg Crepes At Chinatown
Breakfast Hola 早餐好了 specialising in Taiwanese-style breakfast has opened at South Bridge Road, of short walking distance from Maxwell Food Centre and Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum.

Recommended items are the Strawberry & Egg Toast ($5.80), Pork Floss Egg Toast ($5.40), Ham & Pork Floss Club Sandwich ($7.90), Double Cheese Crepe Roll ($4.90), Lady Boss Pork Brown Rice ($5.80, $7.80), and Taiwanese Nabeyaki ($7.90).

No Lu Rou Fan at Breakfast Hola though. They serve up another version called “Rou Zao Fan” ($4.80, $6.80) which they term as “Authentic Taiwanese Braised Pork Rice”.

The key differences is that “Rou Zao Fan” uses ground pork instead of pork belly, and has a mellower taste with use of fewer aromatic spices.

Their version was considered decent, with braised savoury pork on top of fluffy rice with light fragrance that made it more appetising to have.

Read more at: Breakfast Hola 早餐好了 (South Bridge Road)

Tie Fun Wan
50 Hougang Ave 1 #01-00, JForte Sportainment Centre, Singapore 538885
Tel: +65 9738 6648
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Tues – Thurs, Sun), 11am – 11pm (Fri – Sat), Closed Mon

Taiwanese Cafe With Lu Rou Fan And Mala Minced Pork Fries
Tie Fun Wan known to serve fusion Rice Rowls and have a few notable rice dishes such as 72-Hours Slow Cooked Beef Rice Bowl ($15.50), Mala Pork Collar Rice Bowl ($11.50) and Meat Ball Pao Fan ($10.50).

All served in a “metal rice bowl” like the name suggests.

Their signature bowl goes to the Lu Rou Fan aka Braised Pork Rice Bowl ($9.90) that came with traditionally prepared key ingredients such as braised pork belly slices, peanuts and beancurd skin.

This outlet offers a range of deep-fried menu which offers local-inspired delights such as Crispy Nang Yu Pork Collar ($4) and Chilli Crab Fries ($9.80) and Har Cheong Chicken Wings ($4).

Being a Mala fan, I was particularly drawn to the Mala Minced Pork Fries ($9.80) which has spicy mala minced pork topped onto crispy fries, served with a dollop of sour cream.

Read more at: Tie Fun Wan (Hougang)

Hei Lun Shi Tang 黑轮食堂
Queensway Shopping Centre, 1 Queensway #02-47 Singapore 149053
Tel: +65 9817 4793
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

Homely Taiwanese Lu Rou Fan & Bento Boxes
Not many would actually know that there is a Taiwanese bento cafe on Level 2 of Queensway Shopping Centre. After all, this is a place known for sports apparels.

Hei Lun Shi Tang 黑轮食堂 serves up Taiwanese fare in customised metal bento box, accompanied with japonica rice (the grains are long, narrow and slightly flattened in shape) and they pride themselves in maintain how the locals do it in Taipei.

Food offerings include Signature Braised Pork Bento, Stewed Pork Belly Bento, Pork Cutlet Bento, Fried Chicken Bento, Braised Chicken Bento, and more.

Each box is priced at $5 or $6.

There are also other items such as Curry Lu Rou Rice ($7, $8) and Meatballs “Gong Wan” Soup ($5.50).

In order to get a similar taste to Taiwanese, the owners insist on using top grade Duroc pork belly meat, superior soy sauce and Taiwan-made rice wine stewed through a slow and meticulous cooking process of 4 hours.

The outcome is a savoury, and not too oily pork with sauce that coats onto the grains of Japanese rice.

Read more at: Hei Lun Shi Tang 黑轮食堂 (Queensway)

Tai One Wei 台ONE味
751 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198719
Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm, 5pm – 10pm (Mon – Wed, Fri – Sun), Closed Thurs

Taiwanese-Style Zi Char At North Bridge Road
While most of the Taiwanese cafes in Singapore focuses on the likes of Lu Rou Fan and Mee Sua, 台ONE味 purports to be the first Taiwanese-style “zhu chao” aka zi char style eatery in Singapore.

Located along North Bridge Road, Chef Tony Chen who helms the kitchen is originally from Nantou County in Taiwan, and aims to serve up home-style Taiwanese dishes.

The menu is interestingly divided into categories of $5, $10, $15 and $18.

For $5, there are items of Squid Salad and Braised Pork Intestines.

Moving to the $10 section, there are more interesting choices of Deep-Fried Pork Intestine, Taiwanese Meatball Soup, Signature Fried Chicken, Deep-Fried Taro Balls, and Crispy Egg Tofu with Pork.

The most appealing dishes seem to appear in the $18 section though, with Crispy Fried Oyster (my favourite item), Salted Crispy Squid, Three Cups Squid, and Stir-fried Clams with Basil. Reservations are recommended.

5 Little Bears
Paya Lebar Square #B1-09, 60 Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 409051
Tel: +65 6702 1098
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 8:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Reasonably-Priced Taiwanese Meals and Snacks
The genesis of this cuddly named shop is a Taiwanese immigrant who relocated to Singapore with his family.

Back then, while the family did find Taiwanese food in Singapore, they still missed the authentic taste of their home. The “Big Bear”, the head of the family with 5 children, began to set up 5 Little Bears to bring authentic Taiwanese street food to Singapore.

Recommended item is the Braised Pork Rice aka Lu Rou Fan ($5.00), made with pork belly cubes simmered in Taiwanese soy sauce and spices.

The pork has a well-balanced ratio of fat and lean meat making this traditional Taiwanese Lu Rou Fan full of flavour but not oily.

Another pork dish to try is the Pork Chop Bento ($7.50), a deep-fried battered boneless pork chop that’s crisp on the edges yet still juicy inside.

Those who prefer chicken meat is in for a treat. They have the extra-large Chicken Chop ($4.80) to soothe your huge crunchy chicken cravings.

5 Little Bears not only offers deep-fried items but also soupy ones to slurp on the side. Try their Taiwanese-style Beef Noodle ($8.50) or the Oyster Mee Sua ($4.50) which comes with fresh, plump pieces of oysters to contrast with crunchy fried items.

Lai Lai Taiwan Casual Dining
180 Kitchener Road #03-39/40 City Square Mall, Singapore 208539
Opening Hours: 11am – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Braised Taiwanese Beef Noodles
To curb cravings for authentic Taiwanese beef noodles, one of the most decent places to get it would be Lai Lai Family Restaurant located at City Square Mall.

The Taiwanese Beef Noodles is cooked in a ’hong shao’ style with noodle or glass noodle versions, dry or soup.

The origins of this signature dish of supposedly hails from the Sheraton Hotel in Taipei and is made up of fresh egg noodles, dark beef broth, accompanied by three different cuts of beef shins.

The broth was strong in herbs and spices, flavourful and somewhat spicy with its pepperish undertones.

It would taste better if you add in the preserved vegetables and dried chilli, a combination which can mask any strong taste of the beef.

There are also other side dishes including Braised Pork Belly with Egg ($9.90), Braised Pork Bun ($9.80), Braised Pig Intestine ($6.80), Sweet Potato Fries ($6.80), and Taiwan Sausage ($6.80).

Lee’s Taiwanese
112 Faber Drive, Singapore 129424
Opening Hours: 12pm – 9:30pm (Mon – Fri), 11am – 9:30pm (Sat – Sun)

Faber Drive Taiwanese Restaurant With Comforting Taiwanese Fare
Opened by Taiwanese, the food is quite authentically Taiwanese, which includes the soupy Beef Noodles, Mee Sua, Pork Belly Buns, Pan Fried Dumplings to desserts.

Some of the signature items are the Lee’s Signature Rice ($10.80), Braised Minced Pork Rice ($6.80), Railway Bento ($12.80), Taiwanese Beef Noodle ($13.80), Pork Chop Noodle ($9.80), and Pan-Fried Pork Dumplings ($10.80)

The Pig Intestine Meesua ($8.80) was not bad – I enjoyed the texture and taste which had hints of garlic, vinegar and some spices.

The pig intestines were braised till soft, with none of that appalling ‘pig smell’, and the pork balls add a bouncy savoury touch to the bowl. Quite comfort food.

Supreme Pork Chop Rice 一品排骨饭
67 Beach Rd, Basement Singapore 189688
Opening Hours: 8am – 8:15pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun

Old-School Hidden Taiwanese Pork Chop Eatery Near Bugis
There is a prominent red signboard at the corner of the building that reads “一品排骨饭 Supreme Pork Chop Rice”, but perhaps only regulars would think about going in and walking downstairs.

So yes, there is actually an eatery downstairs, caught in time, like how life was in the late 1990s.

On the menu are items such as Pork Chop Rice, Chicken Cutlet, Chicken Chop, Taiwanese Fish & Chip (each $6 per plate), in which you can switch your rice with noodles, fries, or fried mantou.

The star of the plate is the pork chop. The pieces are crispy, thinly battered, lean yet tender, not fatty, well-marinated, with a light fragrance of five-spiced powder.

Not oily and greasy, and you don’t feel guilty having more pieces.

The food here is rather “home-feel”, rice is without the frills and wok-hei, and the accompanying cabbage soup like what a Taiwanese mum would cook for her family.

YEAH Taiwanese Street Food
Timbre+ 73A Ayer Rajah Crescent #01-04/05 Singapore 139957
+65 9632 0590
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

Taiwanese Street Food At Timbre+
YEAH Taiwanese Street Food serves up comforting Taiwanese street food such as Three Cups Chicken Rice Bowl ($5.80), Triple Up Rice Bowl ($9.80), and Fried Chicken Steak Rice Bowl ($6.30).

There are some sides of Flaming Beef Cubes, “Insane XXXL” Chicken Steak, Truffle Fries with Parmesan, Popcorn Chicken bites and Sweet Potato Fries.

Under their Drinks Indulgence series, BBT fans will be glad to know their offer Signature Boba Milk Tea ($4.30), Okinawa Brown Sugar Milk ($5.40), along with Honey Lemon Aiyu ($3.80) and Plum Limeade ($3.80).

Monga Singapore – Paya Lebar
10 Eunos Rd 8, SingPost Centre #01-131, Singapore 408600
Opening Hours: 11am – 9:30pm

Popular Taiwanese Fried Chicken Shop
The Taiwanese fried chicken chain which is co-owned by Taiwanese TV host Nono, got its name from the Wanhua district of Taiwan – which is traditionally known as “Monga”.

The outlet at Paya Lebar SingPost Centre is the only one with small seating area within.

The chicken cutlets are said to be prepared the way they do over Taiwan, sliced into a thick piece with a minimum of 2cm.

The shop also uses honey instead of granulated sugar to marinate the chicken meat, which is supposed to help tenderise the meat and elevate the taste.

Three different flavours are launched in Singapore: The King ($6.90) dusted with original salt and pepper seasoning; Hot Chick ($6.90) with chilli paprika powder hand-made from Anaheim peppers; and The Taiker ($6.90), with Japanese sauce and seaweed powder imported from Okinawa.

Monga also offers drinks such as Orange Green Tea ($4.50), Grapefruit Green Tea ($4.50) and Osmanthus Oolong ($3.30).

Read more at: Monga

Typhoon Café
68 Orchard Road #04-67 Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 10:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Taiwanese-Style Cafe At Orchard Road
Typhoon Cafe specialises in the “Taste of Taiwan”, serving Taiwanese street food, fruit teas and instagrammable desserts set in cafe-style comfort.

Its name “台风” (“typhoon” on direct translation), is an abbreviation of “台湾风味” which means “flavours of Taiwan”.

Typhoon Cafe menu boost a series of board sets – these Typhoon Boards Sets come in a variety of noodles, rice like Oyster Mee Sua, Lu Rou Fan and San Bei Chicken.

Signatures include Taiwan Lu Rou Rice ($13.50), Dumpling La Mian ($13.50), Taiwanese Oyster Mee Sua with Braised Pork Intestine ($14.50), Golden Chicken Fritters Mee Sua ($14.50), Panko Canadian Pork Chop with Egg Fried Rice ($14.50), and Typhoon Egg Fried Rice with Pork Floss ($12.50).

Served with oyster fritters and coming with a rather smooth starchy consistency, the Oyster Mee Sua wasn’t that bad on its own. A decent choice.

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* Compiled by Daniel Ang @DanielFoodDiary, Nicholas Tan @stormscape and Lewis Tan @juicyfingers. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.

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