The 7 Best Taiwanese Food Delivery in Singapore

Authentic, flavourful Taiwanese food in Singapore hitting just the right spot
Light and Satisfying • Abundance Yu Ba Fang
Charcoal Grilled Toast • Fong Sheng Hao
Fried Rice & Noodles • Formosa Delights Isshin Machi
Bubble Tea & Favourites Eat 3 Bowls Yeah! Taiwanese

Food is extremely important to the Taiwanese, but so is it to us foodies. Many of us miss Taiwan and can’t wait to chow down on all our favourite Taiwanese dishes and snacks. But with Oddle Eats delivery, you don’t have to wait. Featuring: 7 places selling the best, authentic Taiwanese food in Singapore, available right at your fingertips.

1. Abundance

Abundance’s Gua Bao (from $9.90++)

Named through wordplay on their signature buns, Abundance puts their personal spin on the well-loved pork belly bun. There are four other delicious variants to try here, alongside an assortment of fried rice and noodles. Sink your teeth into their Gua Bao (from $9.90++), the classic with a thick slab of tender pork belly, complemented with peanuts and pickles. We also recommend the Taiwanese Beef Noodles (from $19.90++) for some soupy goodness. Elevate your meal with their chewy handmade noodles, as you slurp on comforting beef broth. For something unique, try their Golden Egg (from $8++) for fried century eggs with bonito flakes and sweet & spicy sauce.

2. Eat 3 Bowls

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As their name suggests, Eat 3 Bowls offers 3 delicious mains: braised pork rice, chicken rice, and oyster intestine mee sua. Each is portioned small for you to enjoy them all; perfect for satisfying your Taiwanese food cravings in Singapore. Their ‘title track’, Eat 3 Bowls (from $14.30++), enables the foodie in you and is good for 2 people. You can also get a set (from $17.50++), paired with drinks like Bubble Tea Latte, or Grass Jelly Fresh Milk.

3. Fong Sheng Hao

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Sandwiches are a great way to fill your tummy, and Fong Sheng Hao‘s selection will leave you brimming with satisfaction. With succulent, marinated pork loin, their Pork and Egg Cheese (from $8++) is juicy and cheesy with every bite. There’s also a spicy version, for those eager to tackle their specially formulated chilli sauce. Have a sweet tooth? Try the Strawberry (from $5.50++) toast for a scrumptious treat of homemade strawberry jam and butter. Finish up with their Cane Flavored Black Tea (from $3.90++) for a delightful cup of black tea with cane syrup, boiled for long hours to perfection.

4. Formosa Delights

Formosa Delights’ Knife Shaven Noodle in Special Broth (from $12.90++)

Offering both Taiwanese and Sichuan cuisine, you’re in for a treat with Formosa Delights. With a wide array of meat, seafood, and mains, you’ll be spoilt for choice. To start off, the crispy and fragrant Taiwan Green Onion Crepe (from $5.90++) is a great appetiser. You can move on to their Braised Pork with Pickled Vegetables (from $17.90++) and indulge in large, flavourful cuts of pork belly. Lastly, try the Stir-Fried Knife Shaven Noodle (from $12.90++) for a satisfying bowl of wonderful textures. There’s their Knife Shaven Noodle in Special Broth (from $12.90++) if you prefer having soup as well.

5. Isshin Machi

For more fragrant fried rice and appetising noodles, check out Isshin Machi. Amidst their vast menu, Fried Rice with Shrimps & Eggs (from $15.50++) is a classic dish that always delivers. You can also treat yourself to Pork Wonton Noodles Soup (from $11.60++), boasting plump, juicy wontons in a hot bowl of soup. For sides, try the Three Cups Chicken (from $21.80++) for authentic Taiwanese food in Singapore. Cooked with sesame oil, Chinese rice wine, and soy sauce, this dish truly makes you feel like you’re there.

6. Yeah! Taiwanese


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It’s time to exclaim “Yeah!”, with Yeah! Taiwanese‘s selection. Serving customers via a food truck, they boast a large offering of Taiwanese goodness. The XL Insane Chicken Steak (from $9.20++) is irresistably crispy and tasty, paired with a rewarding crunch. Dig into their Oyster mee sua (from $8.20++) for strong flavours of bonito, shredded chicken and oysters, the main star. Don’t miss out on their satisfying drinks too! The Okinawa Brown Sugar Milk (from $4.90++) and Plum Limeade (from $3.80++) will both put smiles on your face. The former is creamy and sweet, while the latter carries a sour tangy aftertaste.

7. Yu Ba Fang

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Here at Yu Ba Fang, they’re famous for their dumplings and soya milk, and for good reason. With both the crispy pan-fried and steamed forms, prepare to bite into juicy chunks of meat and cabbage. The Classic Signature Pan-Fried Dumplings (from $12.20++) contains a delicious pork and cabbage filling. An alternative is the QQ Fresh Prawn Pan-Fried Dumplings (from $14.30++) for an addictive bite of fresh prawns. And of course, the Gourmet Soy Milk (from $3++) is made fresh, and goes perfectly with the dumplings.

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