22 Cross Street
#01-63
Singapore 048421

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

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I knew I was going to be in for a treat when a Taiwanese accented voice greeted me in Chinese as I walked in. Over here, you place your order at the counter before you are assign a seat/table. And even though I was the first customer of the day, I was still assigned a window sill counter seat.

I ordered their Oyster Pork Intestines Mee Sua ($6.90 for small portion) and Gua Bao ($5.00). First the noodles.

The Mee Sua was served piping hot. The bowl was filled to its brim with starchy brown braised sauce and a teaspoonful of minced garlic sauce topped it. Inside were 4 decent sized oysters and about 8-10 pieces of intestines. The Mee Sua was nice to slurp down, take care not to choke on a hidden piece of oyster or intestines. Savoury by itself, you can add vinegar and/or chilli sauce to it. I did both. The oysters were very fresh and the intestines were very soft and easy to chew on. One of the better Taiwanese Mee Sua I have had in recent years including those in Taiwan.

Next the Gua Bao. For those who are unfamiliar with the name, it is a Taiwanese sandwich comprising of a bun and a piece of braised pork belly. I was pleasantly surprised with my first bite. There was a lot going on in terms of taste and flavours. Upon closer inspection, I found ground peanut powder mixed with fine sugar, pickled sour vegetables and lots of coriander. The choice of the pork belly was clearly the correct cut as it had just the right amount of fatty meat to melt in your mouth.

Lots of other items in their menu. Can’t wait to come back and try their other stuff!

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Lu rou fan bento came with cabbage, salted veg, pickled cucumber, sausage, braised meat, egg and tau kwa. It was a well balanced meal with protein and vegetables. The rice was well coated with the flavourful braised sauce.

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The chicken bites were crispy, and was nicely seasoned with salt, making it a good one to have, and I'd imagine it being such a good side to have even without rice.

If I had to pick from all the dishes, I'd reco trying the mee sua and crispy chicken, altho it may not be the most affordable out there!

Overall Rating: 8.5/10

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This was really fatty, and it's probably for those who love pork belly with layers of fat. Came with a mini portion of braised minced pork in the bowl too.

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I was really surprised by this because there was actually wokhei in their mee sua?! This was definitely my favourite that day, and for those who don't like oysters and intestines can also choose to have plain meesua (Large - $6) - defo a dish that's worth a try!

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Located at Cross Street Exchange Level 1 shophouses near Wang Dae Bak, @wantfood.taiwanese was on my list to try ever since it opened (because I'm a really huge fan of Taiwanese food)!

Lu Rou Fan ($7.90)
Particularly liked the sauce, which made the dish quite flavourful. The braised minced pork was also really easy to eat, so you could probably finish a bowl yourself really quickly!

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