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Eat @ Taipei (JCube)

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EAT @ TAIPEI located in JCube embarks on a bold new dining concept, emulating the many fascinating characteristics of Taiwan's night markets.

Daily: 12:00 - 22:00

+65 66843032
$18 based on 50 submissions
Vibrant/Noisy (8 votes), Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (6 votes)
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Not bad

Ordered San Bei Ji - was not too bad., 

Yan Shu Ji - Good.  Milk Tea - Meh.    More: 
http://www.estherxie.com/2012/08/eat-at-taipei.html

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• 25 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

worse food in J cube ! Don't waste your money there.

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I rarely write food review but if I write it is either the worse or the best. 

For this review is definitely the former. 

We always pass by eat @ taipei several times. We said we must find a day to try it out. Today, I were there with hubby and we ordered 4 dishes,  mee sua, guan cai ban, fried oyster & black pepper odon and one black coffee. We spent SGD 49.20 in total. 
The mee sua is tasteless and cold. The guan cai ban also cold and we both don't like the taste.  Tge blavk pepper also taste bad and cold..... lastly only the fried oyster can be eaten but we did not finish it because it is too salty.  

Only the service can be praised a little, fast response for two of the requests. 

Conclusion is we wont be back. Nando next door is much better. 



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• 09 Jan 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

really terrible food

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This place has absolutely the worst fake taiwanese food in singapore and maybe the world. Dont eat there.
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• 15 Sep 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

If service and the quality of food is measured as s***, EAT's would undoubtedly be sewerage

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Should there ever come a time when I want to ruin someone's dining experience, recommending the eat at taipai outlet at Raffles City is at the top of my list because I appreciate very much being sat down, opting for the buffet menu and then being told 19 minutes later that I have to make my last orders because the kitchen is closing.

Despite being the only group in your fine establishment last evening, one would expect the service attentiveness and response to equal that of having a stroke at the door step of a hospital's A&E department, instead I only got the arrest while your PRC staff continue to reach absurd levels on the latest Candy Crush game.

I believe tolerance is a permissive everyone should practice but when the final order came around, it was no better than enjoying delicious buns made from cardboard pieces or even cotton disguised as mutton. Also, when the dishes were literally thrown onto our table while serving, suddenly voluntarily consumption of contaminated pork doesn't sound so bad.

If service and the quality of food is measured as s***, eat at taipei's would undoubtedly be sewerage.

So while your management continues to promotes this unique standard for consumers to experience, my suggestion is to top it off with a complimentary pack of cigarettes because I like to have a smoke after getting f*****.

I take Lucky Menthols.
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