Lai Lai Casual Dining is a restaurant that replicates Taiwanese flavours. Their menu offers tasty Taiwanese fare. Be sure to dig into their signature dish – the authentic Taiwanese-style beef noodles made with tender stewed beef and delicious secret recipe beef broth. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Signature Dishes
Beef Noodles Braised Pork Rice
Review (2)
Level4 2015-12-02
I brought my administrative assistant to Lai Lai Taiwan Casual Dining because they are celebrating this Festive Season with 2 Beef Casserole dishes, so we must enjoy!Beef Casserole Pasta - The Best! Recipe being prepared by the kitchen staff is a very pricey at $12.90++ for the quality served due to no side dishes and drink being given.I told my administrative assistant that this is not a place I'll return to have dinner since she loves for Beef meals, where she can take the best for Stewed Beef by cooking at home because most of the food in Singapore is selling at very high price in order to cover the restaurant's rental and labour costs.I hope that the chef can serve cheesy ground beef and rice casserole in the future. continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-18
I had Lai Lai's Casual Dining's food for dinner again tonight - I must have eaten its Taiwanese dishes for upteem times from its Bugis outlet to Jurong Point outlet, so why am I blogging about it tonight? Keep a lookout for the answer hereinbelow.I did not take the set so that I could order my favorite drink - their Apple Avocado Blend (SGD$6.90) - there is just something about the sourish green apple flavor mingling amongst buttery rich avocado's texture that gets me hooked to this refreshing and delicious drink.For The Beau's set, there is a side dish included as well, and we opted for their Pepper Salt Chicken - one of their signature dishes. The chicken is crispy on the outside, and while not exactly tender on the inside, there is a rather chewy-melt-in-your-mouth texture for the flesh within. Peppered and salted up, these chicken pieces are flavored to tantalize the taste buds.I have chosen the Braised Pork Rice (SGD$8.80) better known as "Lu Rou Fan". The flavor is good, and the ingredients are generous - large braised peanuts, greasy and tender pork cubes, braised eggs and gravy all made for a very tasty casual, homely meal. I don't think they use pearl rice (I was surprised to see a reviewer saying that they use pearl rice here), the kind that Taiwanese stalls use, if they do use pearl rice I am sure it would be perfect.For full review and more photos, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/dinner-at-lai-lai-taiwan-casual-dining.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)