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This Taiwanese Night Market Food Court In Orchard Has Sweet Potato Balls, Taro Wheel Pie And More

8th February 2024

TaiWan Night Markets is a Taiwanese food court in Cineleisure Orchard


If you love Taiwanese night markets, then this news is for you: Cineleisure Orchard is home to TaiWan Night Markets, a concept food court that offers a variety of familiar Taiwanese street food eats.


Singapore is big on Taiwanese food, what with the rise of hawkers and restaurants such as Abundance, Niu Niu Tea & Du Du Rice and plenty more popping up over the past few years. TaiWan Night Markets is the culmination of that love, offering 19 different street food stalls and five eateries on site. You’ll no longer have to travel to a variety of Taiwanese eateries to satisfy your cravings—TaiWan Night Markets is set to be a one-stop destination.


The space sits 300 diners and will be located in Cineleisure’s basement. The stalls in its directory are designed to highlight the best of Taiwanese night market culture and street food fare. The concept is brought to local diners by the Fei Siong Group.

Dishes are designed to be wallet-friendly as well, with prices averaging around $5 to $10. You can expect an extensive array of familiar eats, including huge beef steaks, peanut roll ice cream, fried chicken cutlet, sweet potato balls and plenty more. 

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Head to Peanut Crunchy Candy Rolls with Ice Cream to try their selection of the famous ice cream rolls with freshly shaved peanuts.


The signature Peanut Crunchy Candy Rolls with Taro Ice Cream ($5) is a must-order; this dessert comes with a slab of taro ice cream, crunchy peanuts, and coriander for a refreshing aftertaste, wrapped in warm popiah skin.


Another sweet treat worth getting is the Wheel Pie, sold at $3 each, or $10 for four. You can choose from five flavours: Red Bean, Custard Cream, Taro, Sesame, and Peanut.


Each pie is made to order, so you get them fresh and piping hot. We particularly enjoyed the rich sesame filling, which came in a generous portion.


Don’t miss out on the QQ Sweet Potato Balls, too, available with an assortment of toppings. It’s priced at $6 for a cup of 12 balls.


We opted for ours to be coated in plum powder for a sweet and tangy flavour. As for the sweet potato balls, they were crispy on the outside, with a nice chew in the middle. The QQ balls are also fried with a special machine that’s imported from Taiwan.


No Taiwanese market is complete without oyster mee sua, so make sure you head over to the Vermicelli stall for a legit bowl. When we were there during the peak dinner hour, there was a long queue.


The Oyster Vermicelli ($5) comes in a handy bowl for easy consumption while you’re on the move. The mee sua boasted a good balance of sour and spicy notes, with fresh and plump oysters to complete the dish.

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Pair your mee sua with even more oysters in the form of Oyster Omelette ($8).


Each serving comes with a crunchy exterior, complemented by a stretchy, starchy middle that’s generously packed with fresh oysters, veggies, and eggs. The final product is doused in a sweet and sour sauce—just like how it’s served at any night market in Taiwan.


Die-hard fans of Taiwanese street food would be familiar with Taiwanese sausage with sticky rice—good news, you can get it here too!

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We tried the Taiwanese Sausage with Sticky Rice (Garlic), priced at $8.80 each. The sticky rice is grilled over fire so the outer layer gets slightly crispy, and it’s paired with a juicy, well-marinated Taiwanese sausage. You also get sliced garlic pieces tucked between the rice sandwich for a burst of flavours.

Famed Taiwanese brands have also made their mark at the food court, including Sanchong Braised Pork Rice and Super Nutritious Sandwich.

In the meantime, you can check out Scarlett Supermarket, a popular Chinese supermarket with tanghulu, crispy pork buns and more. There’s also the Thai Supermarket at Aperia Mall that’s worth a visit.

Address: 8 Grange Road, #B1-01, Cathy Cineleisure Orchard, Singapore 239695
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:30pm
TaiWan Night Markets is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Photos taken by Chew Yi En.
This was an independent visit by Eatbook.sg

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