Eat at Taipei - Kallang Wave Mall
About Eat at Taipei - Kallang Wave Mall
Kallang Wave Mall has it all – sports, entertainment, and best of all, Eat at Taipei. Famous in Singapore for their four locations (the others are in Tampines Mall, Chinatown and JCube), Eat at Taipei brings the buzzing energy of Taiwan’s bustling capital to hungry Singaporeans. A fun place to bring the whole family, the Taiwanese restaurant offers tasty sweet beverages, delicious snacks and hearty mains. Open every day of the week at Kallang Wave Mall on Singapore’s Stadium Place, Eat at Taipei is a snack lover’s dream come true.Go to Eat at Taipei - Kallang Wave Mall Page
A fun place to try out exotic Taiwanese dishes with friends and family, Kallang’s Eat at Taipei provides a unique dining concept that’s especially geared towards snacking. Don’t just try one dish – we recommend ordering a number of the smaller dishes and mixing and matching to get the most out of your experience. The beverages are excellent, too, and include an array of milk teas, icy blended drinks, coffees and even beer. Bringing bold flavours to Singapore’s Kallang Wave Mall on Stadium Place, Eat at Taipei is a standout Taiwanese eatery.
The food on offer at Kallang’s Eat at Taipei is as inventive as it is flavourful, with dishes so cute you may find them hard to eat. Diners on a budget are encouraged to try one of the rice boxes – available with black pepper beef, braised fish with tomato & eggs, chicken chop, pork chops and shrimp – or one of the set meals for a variety of flavours without breaking the bank. You’ll love the hot desserts on offer such as the sweetened bean curd with sweet potatoes or the Jiu Fen taro balls – try these dishes plus many more when you reserve a table at Eat at Taipei’s Kallang Wave Mall location.
Quite authentic Taiwanese street food. The braised pork rice was good. So was the jiang mu tea. And gyoza. Not so good was the fried oyster -- our local version beats this hands down :)
Overall experience was great, but the food was average. Try the Lu Rou Fan. It's good and fragrant. You can give the noodles a miss
Service is Tip Top, commendable. Food - for porridge its a small bowl. Cereal fried rice is yummy. Fried sotong oil taste is overpowering. Jiang mu tea & azuki milk tea are nice.
The food is average - a little too salty personally. However, the service is good. The staff is very polite and the food is delivered promptly.
Slow service and over priced. Ordered a pot of tea which only came with one cup and when we asked for just an extra cup we were informed that there would be an additonal charge of $4.50. Ordered their vermicelli with chicken and sesame oil soup and vermicelli with oysters and pig intestines. Dishes were tasty but average. Had their milk snow ice with fresh fruits which was pathetically small and absolutely not worth $8.90.
Upon arriving, we were ushered to our seats immediately. The staffs are attentive and efficient. Furthermore, dishes were served fast and the food was ok.
They are fast serving but the food and drink was a little bland. Did not finish my food at all. Overall their food quality has dropped.
The restaurant hygienic was poor, as the utensils and plates are not clean. Services not up to standard. Waiters do not know their menus well and no kids utensils available.
Food so so only. Mango snow ice is nice but small portion and expensive.