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Smoothie House – The Famous Taipei Yong Kang St Mango Snowflake Ice Is Here In Singapore!

The secret is out. The super popular Smoothie House at Taipei’s Yong Kang Street 永康街思慕昔 has opened in Singapore at One Raffles Place and Paya Lebar Square! (next to modern vegetarian restaurant Greendot) Famous of its snowflake ice desserts and fruit smoothies, there are consistent long queues at its original shop space at Taiwan. I […]

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YiLi PaoPao Ice 以利泡泡冰 – Popular Taiwanese Shaved Iced At Orchard Central

[Updated March 2015] Other than Orchard Central, YiLi PaoPao has opened at Serangoon Lor Ah Soo. Hong dou! Da Hong dou! Chua chua chua, chua chua chua… never mind if you do not know this song. But you must know that YiLi PaoPao Ice 以利泡泡冰 from the popular Taiwan Shilin market has arrived in Singapore […]

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5 Must Eat Stalls From Luodong Night Market 羅東夜市

[Yilan, Taiwan] While Yilan 宜蘭 is not on many people’s travel radar, its proximity to Taipei, scenic spots of Wufengchi Waterfalls and Dongshan Water Park, a relaxing Su-ao Cold Springs, and a National Center for Traditional Arts which reminds me of Spirited Away are all good reasons to make a trip there. Foodies also should […]

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Du Xiao Yue 度小月 – Tainan Traditional Noodles With Over 100 Years Of History

[Taipei, Taiwan] I love love love Yong Kang Street, which has an easy going feel, somewhat hipster vibes, and peppered with good restaurants, indie cafes and trendy boutiques. Yong Kang is also where the original Din Tai Fung 鼎泰豊 is located, along with other popular known eateries such as Kao Chi 高記, Yong Kang Beef […]

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Smoothie House 思慕昔 – The Mango Shaved Ice At Yong Kang

[Taipei, Taiwan] Taipei’s popular mango shaved ice store Ice Monster which used to be at Yong Kang Street, had a family dispute good enough to make it to the prime time drama slot. The store used to attract lines of customers to queue for the coveted mango dessert. After an ugly divorce where the wife […]

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Jiu Fen 九份 – 5 Must Eat Food and How To Get There

[Taipei, Taiwan] There is an unspeakable charm about Jiu Fen 九份, and has become part of the travel itinerary for many making a trip to Taipei. It is a 1-2 hour trip away from Taipei City, located at higher grounds and is a olden town with streets filled with Taiwanese street food stalls, tea houses, […]

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Taiwan Railway Bento – Comforting Authentic Taiwan Bentos Available At Kallang + Giveaways

There is something every comforting about eating a Taiwanese Railway Bento box, with different combinations of side dishes brought together into one hearty, varied and tasty box. You also get reminded of the warmth and sincerity of the Taiwanese people. These meal boxes first made its way to Taiwan during the first half of the […]

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Woo Ricebox – A Taste of Taiwanese Rice Boxes at Raffles Place

No doubt about it, many Singaporeans has an insatiable love for Taiwanese food – judging from the popularity of popping bubbling teas, crispy fried chicken, cooling ice shavings to gooey mee sua. The latest to arrive at our shoes is Woo Ricebox’s traditional Taiwan-style rice boxes. Woo Ricebox, one of Taiwan’s most popular chains for […]

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[Closed] Bear Bites 熊の食 Singapore – Cute Taiwanese Bear Paw Burgers Arrives

Cute, cute, cute! From kitties to Minions, some Singaporeans would go all fuzzy over endearing adorable wide-eyed things that would sell off the shelves. The next that has arrived in Singapore at Scape (Updated: The branch at Scape has closed and they have moved to Bugis Junction) are these Taiwanese-Chinese burgers Bear Bites 熊の食 with […]

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Lee’s Taiwanese – Almost Close to Authentic Taste of Taiwan

You would hardly not take note of the décor of Lee’s Taiwanese if you are at Star Vista, gaudy red lanterns hanging down from the ceilings. The same flashy lanterns are the design feature at its new branch at JEM. The décor does remind your of the street nights of Taiwan (oh, how I miss […]

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