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Lai Lai Casual Dining is a cheerful bistro decorated in bright hues. Service is brosk, polite and friendly - just like what you wpuld expect in Taiwan. The specialty here is Japanese style ramen served up with popular Taiwanese toppings like crispy chicken cutlet, crispy fish chunks, braised beef, chashu or braised pork. The beef ramen here needs no introduction. We decided to try something different this visit. The chashu ramen $8.90 is very good. Pity it does not include a braised egg as shown
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Lai Lai Casual Dining is a cheerful bistro decorated in bright hues. Service is brosk, polite and friendly - just like what you wpuld expect in Taiwan. The specialty here is Japanese style ramen served up with popular Taiwanese toppings like crispy chicken cutlet, crispy fish chunks, braised beef, chashu or braised pork. The beef ramen here needs no introduction. We decided to try something different this visit. The chashu ramen $8.90 is very good. Pity it does not include a braised egg as shown in the menu; it is a separate order item at $1.80 - rather pricey for something that costs no more than 80¢ at the food court. The crispy fish ramen is nice $9.90 but the fish had been marinated too long so ended up being too salty.

For those who wish to skip the ramen for a light meal Lai Lai serves a small selection of street food typically sold at Taiwanese night markets such as oyster omelette, pancake or jian bing and tempura, starting from $4.90 for 3pcs of ebi fry.

The milky bubble tea at $3.50 is the best I've tasted in Singapore - silky smooth, thick and frothy and not saccharine sweet. Nice place to come to when you have cravings for Taiwanese food. Pity the menu does not include any desserts.
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2013-07-20