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電話號碼
6694 1588
開飯介紹
The concept behind Lee’s Taiwanese is the famous and very busy Keelung Temple Street night market. With a variety of popular Taiwanese street fare such as Braised Minced Meat Rice, Pig Intestines Vermicelli, Spicy Beef Noodles and even cold desserts like Red Bean Ice and Yam Ice, Lee’s Taiwanese is a candid model of the Keelung night market. 繼續閱讀
營業時間
今日營業
11:30 - 22:00
星期一至日
11:30 - 22:00
前往餐廳網站
http://www.leestaiwanese.com/
招牌菜
Pork Belly Buns Salt & Pepper Chicken Taiwan Beef Noodles
食評 (7)
等級4 2014-02-09
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It was the second outlet in Singapore, how can I miss the chance to visit Lee’s Taiwanese Restaurant. Red lanterns hanging around the ceiling, the featured décor was impressive. Varieties to be chosen, we were spoilt for extensive Menu. Hits of right note on making their dishes uncomplicated, recipe was just nice to be eaten.Of course we ordered the signature Pig Intestines and Meatball Mee Sua, authentic soupy in a light brown colour. Most traditional way of doing where it was handmade rather than machine, the bowl was delicious at the same time scrumptious indeed with a dash of vinegar. Our table was full of many street foods such as dumplings, deep-fried salt pepper chickens and mini sausages, all of them really tasted better than expected. Don’t worry about the price, they were wallet-friendly. 繼續閱讀
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等級2 2013-11-09
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During lunch time at JEM, I was wondering what to eat. Hence I passed by this Taiwanese eatery and decided to have a try.Their menu prices are quite high as compared to other restaurants nearby. I had ordered a Taiwanese Beef Noodle which cost about $15.The bowl of beef noodles had generous amount of beef slices.The soup tasted thick and somewhat like instant noodle soup. No beef stock tasted.The noodles were springy type and similar to Japanese udon.The beef meat was nicely braised with enough tenderness and braised taste. 繼續閱讀
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The rows of red lanterns will catch any food hunter's attention at JEM... yes it's Lee's Taiwanese! I've always been curious about how Lee's Taiwanese would fare since there are many Taiwanese shops in Singapore that failed to match up to the real McCoy. Curiosity always warrants a trip down to try it for myself. Upon seeing the menu, I knew the prices here wayyy higher than what I'm willing to pay, especially since Taiwan food is always good AND cheap. Well, let's see what they can offer! These peanuts are part of the appetizer, usually I'll ignore them but upon trying (because I was starving) - they are interestingly sweet and addictive. The portion is ridiculously small though. 6pcs Taiwanese Mini Sausage ($6.90)Tasty and slightly salted, not bad, but can't really go wrong with this. Salt & Pepper Chicken ($6.90)I enjoyed this more than the mini sausages, it is extremely well-flavoured and reminds me a bit of Shihlin's TW Street snacks... unfortunately I think Shihlin could do it similarly well at a lower price. Braised Minced Pork Rice ($10)Somewhat similar to the real thing, but still quite a distance away from perfection. The braised pork is soft and tender enough for me, but the tofu is a bit hard. The cucumber is a lovely touch to it all because it was getting a little dry and the cucumber provided some moisture. The service was a little less than satisfactory though, because the menu was a little confusing to understand but they did not really bother to explain to us much. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-07-29
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It had been nearly a year since Lee’s Taiwanese had opened it’s first outlet in Singapore, and there is already a second outlet located at JEM. Lee’s Taiwanese is apparently started by a Taiwanese whom have relocated in Singapore, and claims that the restaurant brings authentic and genuine tastes of Taiwan Street Snacks to Singapore.Ala-Carte options are available on the menu, though generally the Deluxe and Premium Set Meals brings more value to the meals in general by adding a side and a drink. Do note that some items are only available in Ala-Carte and not included in the set meal promotions though.Two of us went for the Braised Pork Belly Rice and it was filled with hidden treasures. Other than Braised Pork Belly, it came with preserved vegetables, snow bean curd and a slice of taiwan sausage hidden right underneath. The Braised Pork Belly had pretty much of the fatty meat layer which melted in the mouth, though it was pretty evident that it was not braised deep enough as it did not reach the middle. The preserved vegetables were rather decent, while the snow bean curd was thinly sliced and chewy with the signature taste of tofu. We requested for more gravy, but it seemed rather bland and just tasteless somehow.Salt & Pepper Chicken was something we had high expectations of but really fell flat on the face. The chicken was fried pretty fine, but left us wondering if the chef had completely forgotten to season it with salt & pepper before serving it to us. No doubt it was fragrant, but it was missing the plot to the main story.Snow Bean Curd was the same ones that appeared in the Braised Pork Belly Rice. Silken and bouncy, the taste was pretty heavy and while it was manageable for both of us to finish the ones in our bowl, it was a bit too much for us to continue on the ones ordered as sides.Sweet Potato Fries really stood out from the other side dishes we ordered that night. The crispy batter and the sweetness in the fries coupled with the sourness from the plum powder really won us that night. There was just an adequate amount of plum powder sprinkled on the sweet potato fries that it was evenly balanced on flavour and not heavily spammed with flavouring. For more photos and the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2013/07/26/lees-taiwanese-jem/ 繼續閱讀
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Chicken Chop Rice ($12)-Taiwanese “Hao Da Ji Pai” (Extra Large Chicken Chop) is crispy, well coated with appetizing combination of plum+chilli+pepper powder accompanied by rice was a little overcooked and “wet” . I don’t like the pickled cucumber so no comments for that. Pig Intestines Mee Sua ($10) – Starchy and palatable gooey soup coats the fine and soft mee sua, tastes really good with the coriander. The pig intestines were chewy and well marinated.Braised Pork Belly Rice ($12)-Generous portions of scrumptious and fatty pork belly covers the rice (which was also wet, seems to be the style) accompanied by a braised hard boiled eggSweet Potato Fries ($6.90)–Crispy batter coating soft and mushy healthy sweet potatoes in the form of julienne cut. The fries were not oily. Braised Pig Intestines ($6.90)- This is my favourite, the intestines were well cleaned/treated and there wasn’t any stinky smell that you would usually get from innards. It’s toothsome! 繼續閱讀
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