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Oasis Taiwan Porridge (Toa Payoh) (海京楼台湾粥)

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31 reviews

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AsianChineseTaiwanese

Daily: 07:00 - 15:00

Daily: 17:30 - 06:00

+65 63464418
$18 based on 39 submissions
Dinner (17 votes), Children/Family (15 votes), Supper (14 votes)
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Shiok comfort food that makes you want more!

Been there twice now, and the food standard is consistent. Absolutly loving the simple dishes that are well done and reminds you of Ah-ma's cooking. Definitely must try the 1) Stewed pork belly - it melts in your mouth with just the right amount of fat 2) Chai poh egg - crispy, slightly oily and fragrant 3) Braised Pork intestines - fresh and doesn't have the pungent "porky" taste and 4) Fermented beancurd - perfect with the freeflow sweet potato porridge! For more info and pics, go to: http://weelovefood.blogspot.sg/2013/10/oasis-taiwan-porridge-superb-shiok.html :) Enjoy folks!!

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• 28 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible service crew

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We went to this restaurant today with our in laws. Ordered the steamed Soon Hock fish, Chye Poh omelette, beancurd and herbal steamed kampung chicken. The chicken was stale and slimy and when we politely asked the service crew to check it, they almost threw it back in our faces saying it's the herb dang gui. We understand that sometimes mistakes happen in a busy restaurant and we're hoping that they would acknowledge that the chicken was stinky and old. Instead, not only were we turned down, we became persona non grata after that. The staff showed us huge unhappy frowns, no one served us tea. We practically had to stand and wave to get attention for the tab. And the bill came to SGD 140 for 4 people. We will be going to Din Tai Fung after this - the food is always consistent and the service always professional. We recommend this place only if you enjoy mediocre stale food in the presence of sour faced  rude service crew. So disappointed! 
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• 28 Jan 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

do not feel welcome at all.

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Food was not fantastic, service was bad with senior waitress dictating your orders. price was astronomical, e.g order fish and they did not tell us there is a price hike for the festive seasons. will not be going there again.
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• 17 Oct 2013 • 20 reviews • 1 follower

Shiok comfort food that makes you want more!

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Been there twice now, and the food standard is consistent. Absolutly loving the simple dishes that are well done and reminds you of Ah-ma's cooking. Definitely must try the 1) Stewed pork belly - it melts in your mouth with just the right amount of fat 2) Chai poh egg - crispy, slightly oily and fragrant 3) Braised Pork intestines - fresh and doesn't have the pungent "porky" taste and 4) Fermented beancurd - perfect with the freeflow sweet potato porridge! For more info and pics, go to: http://weelovefood.blogspot.sg/2013/10/oasis-taiwan-porridge-superb-shiok.html :) Enjoy folks!!
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