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Introduction
Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks is everybody's favorite Taiwanese food chain featuring popular snacks from the streets of Taiwan's night markets. Prepared the way they as do in Taiwan, the menu features authentic favorites such as XXL Crispy Chicken, Crispy Floss Egg Crepe, Handmade Oyster Mee Sua and Seafood Tempura. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.shihlinsnacks.com.tw/sg
Signature Dishes
Handmade Oyster Mee Sua XXL Crispy Chicken
Review (19)
Level4 2013-11-08
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Recently it has gone through an update in its menu. Improvement has been made in the old dishes. There has been an additional dish of Crispy Salt Pepper Mushroom ($2.80) which is available in 4 different flavours : Seaweed, Sour Cream, Wasabi and Kimchi. Currently Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack is celebrating their 10 Year Anniversary. A contest card will be given with minimum $5 purchase. Collect all 10 cards will win the grand prize.The Sour Plum Potato Fries ($2.80) is now bigger in pieces compared to last time. One can really tastes the sweet and soft sweet potato. The Handmade Oyster Mee Sua ($3.80) now has lots of shredded chicken and big juicy oysters on top. But the XXL Crsipy Chicken ($3.80) still not crispy enough. The crispy skin peels off easily from the meat.Overall the food still got hits and miss. Service still quite poor, as the staff do not really take note who order first. Just call out whatever dish is ready for takeaway. What means whoever who stands in front will get his food first. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-26
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Snacks before going home, I fallen in love with Taiwan Street Food. I knew that it was unhealthy, yet I was craving for it.Famous of Taipei’s Nightmarket munchies, it was wonderful to have it. Not necessary to fly to Taiwan, you may easily to find it at Shi Lin’s Kiosk.Huge and tender piece of boneless chicken breast, it was well-marinated and coated with imported flour. Golden layer of crispy skin, the signature chilli powder did a great job. It costed $3.80. Another Taiwanese Delight, it was made by Handmade Seafood Paste with blended spice powder. Cut into small slices and swam in hot boiling oil, it was heavenly nice. Price at $2.80, I prefer Chicken more. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-31
27 views
The picture of this plum sweet potato stick is so attractive, so i decided to try on it.It costs $2.80.The sweet potato is cut into stick shape and they are fried.They taste nice.They are crispy and they are soft inside.It taste a bit like french fries, but it is more tasty.The plum powder on it make it taste a bit sour,so it is so nice.It also got a bit spicy,so make it taste nice.I realy like this snacks.Good try continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-23
16 views
the service staff will greet u with a smile before taking your order..they are very generous in their chilli powder when u said u wanted the chicken with chili. most of the time, the chicken are being fried on the spot,but there will be waiting time,howeveer it's piping out when u get it..would love to try their bento box the next time i visit,cox it looks yummy too! continue reading
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Level4 2012-11-30
28 views
Shared this with colleagues for snack. To be honest, if I were to consume it alone, I would have asked for extra spicy. I tried that once, and my whole chicken breast is covered with the chili powder, completely. Only I could take the level of spicy as it was super duper spicy. But because of the excess chili powder, the chicken tastes a little bit to the bitter side, which I don't really mind.Ok, now, let's look at this normal, flavored a little with chili powder and pepper (one of my colleagues can't take spice). So, you can actually taste the chicken breast freshness and the juice with so little spices added into it. To be honest, you can only really taste the food if the ingredients or condiments is at it's minimum or none. The chicken is not as fleshy but tender and smooth. A little bit oily but luckily not as oily as we might thought fried food will be. Packed with calories and fat, people should only have this as occasional treat! --SGD 3.5 continue reading
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