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15 Taiwanese Food Places In Singapore Serving Taro Ice Cream, XXL Mee Sua And More

24th November 2023

Best Taiwanese food places in Singapore


If you’re missing Shilin Night Market food trails, or gorging your way through Taiwanese eateries, here are 15 Taiwanese food places in Singapore to try.


1. Eat3Bowls


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Popular Taiwanese eatery Eat3Bowls offers wide range of typical dishes such as Oyster Intestine Mee Sua ($7.20) and Braised Pork Rice Set ($8.50). If you want a bite of everything, opt for their Signature 3 Bowls with Drink ($16) set which includes the mee sua, lu rou fan, and chicken rice.

Check out our Eat3Bowls review.

Address: 103 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118531
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 11am to 9pm
Tel: 9154 8191
Website
Eat3Bowls is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Feng Food


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You might question your loyalty to Din Tai Fung after a visit to Feng Food at Yishun. Their Fried Rice with Specialty Marinated Pork Chop ($14.30+) looks and tastes similar to the one served at Din Tai Fung, though with a lack of wok hei. Try their Shrimp & Pork Wonton Noodles with Fiery Chilli Oil ($12+). Each wonton is packed with shrimp and minced meat, providing a savoury balance to the spicy and tangy sauce!

Read our Feng Food review.

Address: 930 Yishun Avenue 2, #B1-156, Northpoint City, Singapore 769098
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 10:45am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6481 8556
Website
Feng Food is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Abundance


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Newly opened in Redhill is Abundance, a Taiwanese restaurant-cafe located in an HDB estate just shy of the MRT Station. They’ve made waves on social media for their variety of bao, including their Gua Bao ($7.90+), where lotus buns sandwich a fatty slab of pork belly, topped with roasted peanuts, pickled vegetable, and coriander. Other must-tries include Niu Yolk Fried Rice ($19+), where rice fried in beef fat and short rib slices are accompanied by a creamy onsen egg, and the Peanut Ice Cream Roll ($6.90+), a traditional Taiwanese street snack that will transport you to the streets of Jiufen.

Check out our Abundance review.

Redhill outlet
Address: 63A Lengkok Bahru, #01-378, Singapore 151063
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11am to 3pm, 4:30pm to 10pm, Fri-Sun 11am to 10pm

Jalan Besar outlet
Address: 399 Jalan Besar, Singapore 209008
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11am to 3pm, 4:30pm to 11pm, Fri-Sun 11am to 11pm

Website
Abundance is not a halal-certified eatery.

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4. Emo Snacks


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Emo Snacks brings Taiwan’s night market vibes and fare to Old Airport Road Food Centre, with bites like an XXXL Crispy Chicken Chop (price TBD), with adjustable spice levels, and Happy Family Mee Sua (price TBD), an extra-large portion of classic Taiwanese mee sua, zhnged-up with shredded chicken and oysters, as well as scallops, razor clams, sliced abalones and more.

Check out our Emo Snacks review.

Address: 51 Old Airport Road, #01-60, Old Airport Road Food Centre, Singapore 390051
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 9005 8770
Website
Emo Snacks is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Monki Cafe


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MONKI at The Star Vista is an Instagrammable cafe, with its cheery yellow seats and walls. While they do serve your standard Taiwanese grub, they also have a wide range of desserts. You’re spoilt for choice as their snowflake dessert comes in more than ten flavours, such as the popular Matcha Azuki Snowflake ($8+), and Black Sesame Snowflake ($7+).

Check out our MONKI review.

Address:1 Vista Exchange Green, #01-41, The Star Vista, Singapore 138617
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9:30am to 8:30pm, Fri-Sat 9:30am to 9pm
Tel: 6258 8112
Website
MONKI is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. 8 Degrees


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You can expect a mix of traditional and modern dishes at 8 Degrees. Their comprehensive menu includes Pork Belly Rice ($6++), which features tender and fatty pork chunks. There’s also the Sesame Cold Noodles ($7++) for noods lovers, featuring QQ noodles in creamy sesame sauce, and topped with crushed peanuts and shredded cucumber. Apart from savouries, they also have sweets in the form of Honey Butter Thick Toast ($6++), and a variety of yam ball dessert bowls.

Read our 8 Degrees review

Address: Lowland Road 29, Singapore 547421
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 8699 8171
Website
8 Degrees is not a halal-certified eatery.

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7. Typhoon Cafe


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Typhoon Cafe serves up a storm with dishes such as Taiwan Lu Rou Mian ($13.90++). Their use of noodles offers a different mouthfeel as the springy noodles contrast with the tender pork chunks. Try their Panko Canadian Pork Chop with Egg Fried Rice ($14.80++) for a zhnged up version of the classic Taiwanese fried rice. Each juicy bite of this crunchy, battered pork is packed with flavour. Whip out your phone for their Instagrammable desserts, including Signature Souffle Stackers ($16.80++).

Read our Typhoon Cafe review

Website | Full list of locations
Typhoon Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. Downstairs


Downstairs New Restaurants February 2021

Styled like an old-school HBD void deck, Downstairs in Suntec City serves hearty Taiwanese-influenced dishes that you can order out of a booth decorated like a parking coupon machine. Get your hands on their Lu Rou Mian ($7.30), a slurpable alternative to lu rou fan. For something closer to home, get their Salted Egg Chicken Rice ($9), a local delight spruced up with salted egg yolk chicken.

Check out our Downstairs review.

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-132, Suntec City, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 9pm
Website
Downstairs is not a halal-certified eatery.

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9. Really Something


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Tucked away in Chinatown Complex Food Centre is Really Something, a hawker stall that serves up Taiwanese food from as low as $4.50. For that price, you can get their Braised Pork Rice, aka lu rou fan. Otherwise, order their Shrimp Egg Fried Rice ($6), which is reminiscent of Din Tai Fung’s version.

Check out our Really Something review.

Address: 335 Smith Street, #02-207, Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Singapore 050335
Opening hours: Tues-Wed, Fri-Sun 11am to 5pm
Tel: 9437 2449
Website
Really Something is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. TaiWan Night Markets


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TaiWan Night Markets is a concept food court located at Cathay Cineleisure. They are home to several stalls that will remind you of the vibrant Taiwanese street food culture. To kickstart your experience, we recommend the Taiwanese Sausage with Sticky Rice (Garlic) priced at $8.80. You get a Taiwanese sausage with garlic pieces nestled between sticky rice, and this winning combination makes for a satisfying snack to have on the go. Else, you must try their Peanut Crunchy Candy Rolls with Taro Ice Cream ($5). You get a slab of taro ice cream, a good amount of crunchy peanuts, and a bit of coriander wrapped in warm popiah skin. 

Read our TaiWan Night Markets review

Address: 8 Grange Road, #B1-01, Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, Singapore 239695
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8678 6856
Website
TaiWan Night Markets is not a halal-certified eatery.

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11. Xi Men Jie


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Xi Men Jie is a popular Taiwanese eatery with nine outlets spread across Singapore. Start your meal with something light such as their Cheese Onion Egg Pancake ($7.90+). These pancakes are wrapped with a variety of flavourful ingredients, including cheese and pork floss! There’s also the Classic Egg Fried Rice (from $5+) that tastes best when paired with the Cucumber with Spicy Garlic Dressing ($3.90+). To go with your meal, you can get the Three Brother Milk Tea ($5.40+), a three-in-one drink starring boba, pudding, and grass jelly. 

Read our Xi Men Jie review

Full list of locations | Website
Xi Men Jie is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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12. Wen Li Taiwanese Food


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Nestled in Golden Mile Food Centre is Wen Li Taiwanese Food, a popular hawker stall offering affordable Taiwanese fare. While you’re here, you must get their Taiwanese Braised Pork Rice ($3.50/$4.50). Not only do you get to enjoy braised pork rice at half the price of what you’d usually find in other eateries, but it also comes with cucumber salad, and a marinated egg on top of it. If you’d like to substantiate your meal, simply pay $0.80 more to add Pearl Rice, or $1 for an extra Braised Egg. Alternatively, go for their Mee Sua which comes in three flavours: Plain ($3.50), Oyster ($4.50), and Pig’s Intestine ($4)

Read our Wen Li Taiwanese Food review

Address: 505 Beach Road, #01-65, Golden Mile Food Centre, Singapore 199583
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 7pm
Website
Wen Li Taiwanese Food is not a halal-certified eatery.

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13. Isshin Machi 


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Better known on this list is Isshin Machi, which has more than five branches across the country. For those who like stronger flavours, you’ll fancy their Shrimp and Pork Wonton Noodles with Fiery Chilli Oil ($13.10+) featuring punchy vinegar and a special umami-packed sauce. You can choose between la mian and Guan Miao noodle for this dish, the latter being thicker. We also recommend getting their Brown Sugar Caramel Pearl Milk Tea ($5.10+) to complete your Taiwanese meal!

Read our Isshin Machi review

Full list of locations | Website
Isshin Machi is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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14. Niu Dian Beef Noodles


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Niu Dian Beef Noodles first started out in Taipei’s Ximending district, and have been listed on the Michelin Bib Gourmand several times ever since. It’s a must to try their signature Combination Specialty Beef Noodles ($19.90++). Each bowl is served with boneless rib cut, tripe, tendons, and golden coin, and either their Original or Braised broth. Rich and deep in flavour, the beef noodles here are far from gamey or greasy. You can also get the Cold Century Egg Tofu with Bonito Flakes ($5.90++) to share with your dining companions.

Read our Niu Dian Beef Noodles review

Full list of locations | Website
Niu Dian Beef Noodles is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. Fong Sheng Hao


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Image credit: Fong Sheng Hao

Fans of Taiwanese toast will know of Fong Sheng Hao, a chain that hails from the Shilin Night Market in Taipei. They sell a variety of Taiwanese toasts out of their two outlets, one in NEX, and the other in PLQ Mall. A popular option is their Pork, Egg & Cheese ($6.90/$7.50), which sees marinated pork loin, cheddar cheese, and an omelette sandwiched between toast bread.

Website | Full list of locations
Fong Sheng Hao is not a halal-certified eatery.


Guide to the best Taiwanese food places in Singapore


Since I won’t be heading to Taiwan anytime soon, I shall explore the places in this list to have a taste of what Taiwan has to offer.

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