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23rd December 2022

Hei Lun Shi Tang has Taiwanese food in Queensway Shopping Centre

Hei Lun Shi Tang - Flatlay
Image credit: @teetimetreats_

If you love Taiwanese food but, like me, have neither the time nor money to visit Taiwan, you might want to put Hei Lun Shi Tang on your bucket list. This humble Taiwanese eatery serves up no-frills Taiwanese fare in old-school metal bento boxes!

hei lun shi tang - store frontImage credit: @dearbonjour

Tucked away in Queensway Shopping Centre, Hei Lun Shi Tang prides themselves on their authentic Taiwanese food. They are best known for their braised pork, which is said to be simmered in premium soya sauce and Taiwanese rice wine for hours to achieve its rich flavour.

Hei Lun Shi Tang - signature braised pork riceImage credit: @hochiakkkk

Their signature Braised Pork Rice ($5.80/$6.80) AKA lu rou fan is prepared with short-grain Japonica rice and premium Duroc minced pork. It comes with a variety of ingredients too, including stewed cabbage and carrots, pickled vegetables, shiitake mushroom and a braised egg.

Hei Lun Shi Tang - 3 Pork RiceImage credit: @melvyn_caffeine

For something more indulgent, opt for the Three Pig Bento ($7.80), a dish that stars a trio of pork belly, pork chop, and braised pork on white rice.

Hei Lun Shi Tang - Curry Braised Pork RiceImage credit: @onakapekopeko_sg

Curry lovers will enjoy the Curry Braised Pork Rice ($7.80/$8.80), which features braised pork, fried chicken pieces, carrot and potato chunks, with an aromatic curry.

Hei-Lun-Shi-Tang-Gongwan-SoupImage credit: @benji_leewj

Diners recommend pairing the braised pork rice sets with Gongwan Soup ($4.50), AKA pork balls soup. Considered a staple soup dish in Taiwan, it comprises white radish and meatballs, stuffed with pork and prawn.

Hei Lun Shi Tang - Braised Pork noodlesImage credit: @dairyandcream

Hei Lun Shi Tang also offers Taiwanese-style noodles if rice isn’t your carb of choice. You can go for the Braised Pork Noodles ($5.50), which come in a generous portion of springy la mian, topped with braised pork and a hard-boiled egg.

For more food in this area, read our full guide to where to eat in Queenstown. Otherwise, check out our best Taiwanese food places guide for more Taiwanese delights!

Address: 1 Queensway, #02-47, Queensway Shopping Centre, Singapore 149053
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11:30am to 9pm
Tel: 9817 4793
Hei Lun Shi Tang is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Featured image adapted from @teetimetreats_and @dairyandcream

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