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Lee's Taiwanese (The Star Vista)

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The menu of Lee's Taiwanese was inspired by the street food from the famous Keelung Temple Street night market. Diners will get to taste mixed varieties of street fare such as braised beef noodles, Taiwanese sausages, fried chicken chop and cold desserts like taro crushed ice and mango crushed ice.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 66944869
$19 based on 27 submissions
Lunch (9 votes), After Work (4 votes), Dinner (4 votes)
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Crunchy Intestines Mee Sua

Another Taiwanese popular snacks being offered at here.  Without any further thinking, I ordered this mee sua.  One of my fave, and must-eat when I was at Taiwan.

The taste was familiar to me, however, at the end of the day, I found my jaw abit aching.  It was because the intestines were too crunchy for me to chew it for sometime. Overall, it was a pleasant meal at this cafe.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • beef noodles5 votes
  • Pig Intestines and meat ball mee sua4 votes
  • Pork Chop Rice4 votes
  • Sweet Potato Fries3 votes
  • Fried tofu with Taiwanese kimchi1 vote
  • Salt and Pepper Chicken1 vote
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• 12 Jul 2014 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

Crunchy Intestines Mee Sua

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Another Taiwanese popular snacks being offered at here.  Without any further thinking, I ordered this mee sua.  One of my fave, and must-eat when I was at Taiwan.

The taste was familiar to me, however, at the end of the day, I found my jaw abit aching.  It was because the intestines were too crunchy for me to chew it for sometime. Overall, it was a pleasant meal at this cafe.
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• 09 May 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Friendly service and nice food

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Generous portion of food and super friendly service!! The fried tofu with Taiwan kimchi is super yum and only $3.8...definitely worth a try!
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• 06 Apr 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

service sucks!

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waited 20 minutes in vain only to find find out waiter never place our orders to the kitchen!! nobody bother to check on us until we ask..super bad experience..
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