I have been craving for Taiwanese food so I decided to check out the newly-opened WANt Food 恋恋湾味 in Holland Village.
It’s a cute Taiwanese cafe at the end of the Lorong Liput slope. The white walls and wooden panels inside gives the restaurant a clean and contemporary feel.
I skipped the classic Lu Rou Fan 卤肉饭 [S$7.90] and opted for Oyster Intestine Mee Sua [Small (250ml) S$6.90, Large (500ml) S$9.90] instead. Even though I can get oyster mee sua at Shilin Taiwan Street Snacks in almost every shopping centre in Singapore, oyster mee sua with intestine is more rare.
The intestines are very clean and cooked till really tender. The oysters are succulent and juicy, bursting with flavor in my mouth.
Scallion pancakes (葱油饼) is a popular street snack in Taiwan. Crispy Cheese & Pork Floss Egg Pancake [S$6] is a classic combination. The rich cheesiness and sweet pork floss compliments the eggy pancake so well.
Salty Crispy Chicken (盐酥鸡) [S$8.90] is another popular street snack in Taiwan. It’s like popcorn chicken, with addictive salt and pepper seasoning.
If you like Taiwanese food, you can also try Fong Sheng Hao (Westgate).
WANt Food Taiwanese Delights
Address: 25 Lor Liput, Singapore 277735
Opening Hours: (Closed on Tuesdays) Wednesday – Monday 10am – 3.30pm, 5pm – 9pm
Facebook Page: https://m.facebook.com/WantFood.Taiwanese