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I crave this so often. The noodle got me curious but I still ordered the fried rice. The best thing about this was the many flavours. Every component was shiok. Their pork is more popular than chicken because it's juicy with a layer of flour or starch.

An affordable, no-frills, eat-and-go experience in the heart of town. Batter for both was not as crisp as I would have liked, and the pork chop had to little meat in my opinion. The chilli that came with leaned on the tangier side, and didn't really suit the chicken/pork chop. As for the sides, the fries+beans+coleslaw combo was decent, but the noodles was blander than I expected - at least they gave chilli! Overall, for an $11 meal for two, it's definitely a good place for a quick and simple meal.

PORK EGG CHEESE ($6.60)
the pork loin could have been more tender and marinated. but what made it nice was the sweet and milky charcoal thick toast!
MILK TEA (+$3.30)
tasted like bbt…i dont hate it…just not what i expected

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices. However, I liked this.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

I love the cutlets - so freshly cooked n crisp! The noodles in soup broth is good too. Overall a great lunch!

Love their pork wanton noodles with fiery chilli oil so so much!! Spicy chilli got kick! Must add $1 to get their signature chewy qq noodle!

One of Singapore's OG Taiwanese restaurants. They ended up in West Coast so I could never eat it. Let me say this: they do fried chicken very well and nothing else. This cutlet was juicy and tasty, although I've no idea what "kala" is. The noodle used is similar to that used in Taiwanese hotplates, which is never great, plus the seasoning was negligible.

One of Singapore's OG Taiwanese restaurants. They ended up in West Coast so I could never eat it. Let me say this: they do fried chicken very well and nothing else. This popcorn chicken had the right Taiwanese profile. The braised pork was decent. The tau kwa seemed to be going bad. And what's with one pathetic piece of sausage?