1 Selegie Road
#01-01 GR.iD
Singapore 188306

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From crispy cutlets to braised pork rice to noodles, Taiwanese food at @isshinmachi_sg was splendid!

We had the Crispy Chicken Cutlet ($9.80) to share and it was amazing. With a light crispy crust and juicy succulent meat within, this was addictive!

The Specially Marinated Pork Chop Noodles in Beef Soup ($13.60 with Guan Miao Noodles) was also excellent. The noodles had a good bite, the soup was not too savoury but comforting, and the pork chop was really the star of the show. The tender juicy slices of pork were flavourful and did not have much of the foul pork odour. This is much better than many Taiwanese diners I've been to!

The other dishes that we had were good too! Definitely a place I will come back again 😍

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Hakka-style Braised Meat Rice

Golden Fried Tempura

Located behind SOTA, GR.iD is a mall that replaced what was previously known as POMO. A few restaurants can be found at the ground floor of the mall and they were all quite lively.

At Isshin Machi, one can find a great variety of Taiwanese dishes, ranging from egg fried rice to their noodles with protein options like chicken cutlets or wantons. I decided to go for one of their vegetarian options, the dry mushroom noodle, and upgraded my noodles for their thicker guan miao noodles. The guan Miao noodles were cooked Al dente, with each strand retaining the perfect bite, and reminded me of dao xiao mian served at Chinese restaurants. The noodles were also coated with a flavorful sauce that most likely had sesame oil added to it. The shimeiji mushrooms were fried well and biting into the mushroom pieces, one could enjoy both the juiciness of fresh mushrooms that went well with the slightly crisped outer surface. Crispy shallots and spring onions were garnishes that helped elevate the flavor profile of this dish. With a braised egg given at the side, this noodle dish is sure to fill your stomach despite being a vegetarian option.

Do try it out if you’re nearby!

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Tried the bubble tea the previous time we visited Isshin Machi, and we decided to go for another beverage this time round - the winter melon tea! The tea definitely tasted like winter melon tea but we are not sure how the black sugar came into play... It costs around $3.50 and is a pretty decent and unique beverage for that price!

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We are back at Isshin Machi for their Taiwanese fare and today, we decided to try out the guan Miao noodles in beef broth that was served alongside a decent serving of pork chop! The beef broth was just delightful as you could definitely taste the beef flavour, but there was also a unique herbal taste in the soup! The flavour of the soup was also not too gamey, so it made for a comforting dinner in the evening. Note that this dish doesn come with beef slices in the soup, as you will need to order the braised beef noodles for that.

We changed our noodles to the guan miao noodles, which resembled the ban mian in Singapore although we felt that the guan miao noodles were softer and slightly more springy. 😋 The pork chop was great as usual as it was grilled and crisp on the outside, and we think it was marinated very well! Thankfully, the meat wasn't too tough too. Definitely worth a try if you like both the pork chop and beef soup!

Isshin Machi was still really crowded on a weekday evening and because they don't take reservations, you have to be prepared to queue for a table. Go earlier in the evening if possible. 😁

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