Food Scoops: Best Taiwanese Restaurants & Eateries In Singapore To Satisfy Your ‘Lu Rou Fan’ And ‘Mee Sua’ Cravings

Judging by the number of Taiwanese eateries opening up in Singapore, it is evident of our love of the food from the island nation. We have been scouting and trying out some of the more prominent Taiwanese concepts in Singapore, and here are some of the places to satisfy your Taiwanese food cravings in Singapore!

Lin’s Braised
Located in Dunman Food Centre, Lin’s Braised is a humble stall run by a Singaporean lady who has resided in Taichung for a couple of years previously, and it serves causal Taiwanese dishes and fish soup. Make sure you try the Signature “Hakka’ Braised Pork Rice Bowl here, which is very affordable at only $5.80. Been back a couple of times by now, and you would too once you visit here!
Address: 271 Onan Road Dunman Food Centre #02-29 Singapore 424768
Read more of our review here.

Eat 3 Bowls 呷三碗
Perhaps one of the first few Taiwanese restaurants to gain popularity, their first branch at Crawford Lane always spots a long queue during mealtimes. For the westies, Eat 3 Bowls also opened in Pasir Panjang towards the end of 2020. Head here for their Lu Rou Fan!
Address: 103 Pasir Panjang Road Singapore 118531
Read more of our review here.

Isshin Machi
Moving to the east side of Singapore, Isshin Machi started here along East Coast Road and now has 5 branches islandwide. Decent Taiwanese fare, though the service has been a tad lukewarm in our visits to their restaurants since – not the Taiwanese hospitality we have all come to enjoy during visits to Taiwanese stalls.
Address: 224 East Coast Road Singapore 428921 
Read more of our review here.

Tai One Wei
A relatively newer place on the list, Tai One Wei offers Taiwanese-style zi-char. Head here for more than just Lu Rou Fan and Mee Sua, as you will get to try more of the local home-style dishes from the island. Tai One Wei also stock some local Taiwanese drink brands, satisfying some bits of your cravings here without costing you an air ticket.
Address: 751 North Bridge Road Singapore 198719 
Read more of our review here.

Want Food Taiwanese Delights
Small retro-looking space operated by friendly Taiwanese owners; Want Food literally wants you to enjoy their take of local Taiwanese fare. Thoroughly enjoyed the Lu Rou Fan during my initial visit to the restaurant, though the next visit was a tad sub-par. Regardless, the concise menu here does not over-complicate their mission, to make you want to enjoy Taiwanese food.
Address: 22 Cross Street #01-63 Singapore 048421 
Read more of our review here.

Breakfast Hola
Breakfast Hola, as its name suggests in Mandarin, seeks to bring local Taiwanese breakfast options to Singapore diners. Enjoy having the Egg Crepe Roll, Braised Pork Rice, and Toasts, and wash it down with a Taiwanese Milk Tea, or perhaps one of the imported drinks from Taiwan to complete the meal here.
Address: 280 South Bridge Road Singapore 058829
Read more of our review here.

True Breakfast
Another Taiwanese cafe focusing on bringing the local breakfast fare to Singapore, True Breakfast is located at Cuppage Plaza which recently also opened at Capitol Singapore. Due to the long queues on weekends, we have unfortunately not been able to find time to head down as yet. Though from the reviews of trusted foodies, this seems to be a place not to miss!
Address: 5 Koek Road, Cuppage Plaza #B1-19/20, Singapore 228796
Read more about True Breakfast at MissTamChiak.com.

Abandance Cafe
My quest to try Taiwanese restaurants in Singapore continues with Abundance restaurant in Redhill which is located within the Lengkok Bahru estate. The space of Abundance is at the void deck of Blk 63A, a nondescript void deck space which is not huge, though you can’t miss out on the huge Abundance signboard. Head here for Gua Bao and the Peanut Ice Cream Roll.
Address: 63A Lengkok Bahru #01-378 Singapore 151063 
Read more of our review here.

Wen Li Taiwanese Food
Located within Army Market in Beach Road, Wen Li focuses primarily on Braised Pork Rice and Pig Intestine Mee Sua. If both dishes sound good, it tastes even better! Order these mains in a set, which comes with a side of Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken to complete the Taiwanese dining experience. If you spot a long queue here, you can head to another Braised Pork stall in the same market which is equally satisfying – Braise 卤之家.
Address: 505 Beach Rd, #01-65, Singapore 199583
Read more about Wen Li Taiwanese Food on SingaporeFoodie.com.

Coffee Lounge
The only entry from a hotel on this list, Coffee Lounge at Goodwood Park Hotel offers Taiwan Porridge A La Carte Buffet for both lunch and dinner daily. Diners get to enjoy unlimited orders from a selection of more than 30 dishes on the a la carte menu. There is also a dessert spread included, which mainly feature local kuehs, ice cream and cakes. Order as you please, and fill up the table with Taiwanese Porridge delights!
Address: 22 Scotts Road Goodwood Park Hotel Singapore 228221
Read more of our review here.

Are there any other Taiwanese eateries in Singapore which we have missed out? Drop us a comment to let us know!

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