Yearning for some good authentic Taiwanese cuisine?
I chanced upon this restaurant at 112 Faber Drive, Lee’s Taiwanese. Usually I am very particular when it comes to Taiwanese cuisine as I am not really a big fan of it. Well, for Lee’s Taiwanese, I must admit that this is one place that I will highly recommend if you are yearning for a good Taiwanese food.
Lee’s Signature Rice, personally this is one of my favourite item here and a must order dish each time I am here. A great sampler with all the dish items especially their side dishes.
Taiwanese Signature Beef Noodle, sliced tender braised beef shanks and truly Taiwanese feel.
Braised Beef Shanks, for those who has yet to have enough of it. 😀
Braised Pig Intestines, this is another good stuff if you are a strong fans of pig innards! 👍👍
Century Egg Tofu, sides to go while waiting for your highly anticipated mains.
Pan-Fried Chives/Cabbage Pork Dumplings, their dumplings are pretty delicious too if you are a huge fan of mandu.
Braised Minced Pork Rice, different from the usual 卤肉饭 that you are used to having as here it comes with selection of sides, a miniature of the sampler Lee’s Signature Rice.
Shredded Chicken Rice, a newly added item on the menu in one of my recent visit. This is not to be confused with the Hainanese Chicken Rice that you are expecting. Interesting dish though the taste can be further enhanced with a nice tinge of scallion oil over it.
Crispy Chicken Chop, oh I just loved their chicken chop, somehow their salt & pepper seasoning just brings out wonders.
Braised Intestine Mee Sua, another favourite dish of mine. It can be an acquired dish for some though. 😉
Pork Chop Noodle, really power if you want some carbo to go along. Personal preference for me is still the chicken chop though pork chop is good but somehow, chicken chop links well with Taiwanese than pork chop in my opinion.
Chicken Chop Noodle
Their chicken chop tastes really good with their salt & pepper spice. The noodles are super springy and “QQ”. Really solid & power. 👍
Soybean noodle served with crunchy cool shredded cucumber. The same springy QQ noodle texture but slightly on the salty side though.
They do offer Western selection as well for those who are not so keen in trying out their Taiwanese cuisine.
Quesadillas is one of their popular menu item too. Well, this provides diversity for some though it is nothing great for shout out. Quesadillas is just quesadillas, you know what I mean. 😉
Try it and let me know your thoughts. 😊
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