Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks, Singapore

Fried Chicken and Oyster Mee Sua

This is a chain across Singapore serving little Taiwanese street snacks, like Oyster Mee Sua and Crispy Chicken. While it's still short of Taiwan's goodness, it's actually respectably close, with crispy chicken filets seasoned with pepper and chili powder, as well as an oyster noodle scooped with a spoon. I don't know why they put shredded chicken on it though.


Tarsier Girl said...

Did you try their egg crepe with pork floss? It's what I like best amongst their offerings. Unfortunately, not all their outlets have it. You can try it out at Junction 8, but be prepared to queue.

Anonymous said...

If you like popiah, try out the stall in Thomson Plaza foodcourt. It costs $2 but is well worth it - nice yellowish skin with good texture, generous flavourful fillings.

By the way, your blog is wonderful. I've always thought I was a foodie but have since realised that I am no where near! :P