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Famous throughout Singapore for their delicious Taiwanese snacks and mains, Eat at Taipei’s Tampines Mall location is garnering rave reviews for their delicious take on Taipei-inspired street food. Authentic and affordable, the cuisine at Tampines’ Eat at Taipei is one of a kind, and the menu features options not easily found around the city. Eat at Taipei is situated on Tampines Central 5 (in Tampines Mall) and is open every day of the week for your snacking pleasure.
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Back to support the restaurant. Brought my friend along to try the food & he liked it.
Quite good & prompt service. One of the places I frequent to support, especially during this virus situation where food business is badly affected.
I order sesame oil chicken mee sua, it has NO taste of sesame oil n the soup only half the bowl n lukewarm, the chicken were very hard n tasteless, I felt that they simply boil the chicken n mee sua separately, then add the precooked soup to finish the dish. This will one of the worst sesame oil mee sua I ever eaten.
Bringing Singaporeans the excitement and energy of a Taipei street market, Eat at Taipei in Tampines Mall is one of the city’s biggest foodie magnets. But it’s not just the food that locals are raving about – Eat at Taipei also serves incredible beverages! Decide from an array of iced pearl milk teas, hot drinks, and even beer. We love the iced fresh soy milk, a refreshing and nutritious beverage that puts pre-packaged soy drinks to shame. Found in Tampines Mall on Tampines Central 5, this charming eatery is fun for the whole family.
Bring all of your friends and prepare to get your snack on at Eat at Taipei in Singapore’s Tampines Mall, where Taiwanese nibbles are king. Unlike any other hot dog you’ve ever tried, the Shilin Night Market grilled homemade Taiwanese sausage (served atop a glutinous rice roll) is a unique Asian take on an American classic. Big appetites will love the cheese baked pork chops served with rice or udon noodles, and the Taiwanese-style fried rice is a hit with diners of all shapes and sizes. This is one very popular Tampines eatery – book ahead!