@candidcuisine to all lu rou fan and Taiwanese street food lovers: Eat 3 Bowls #sgfood #sgfoodie #wheretoeatsg #sgrestaurant ♬ She Share Story (for Vlog) – 山口夕依
Address: 103 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118531
Eat 3 Bowls Menu
I’ve heard so much buzz around Eat 3 Bowls, who started their humble stall at North Bridge Road, and now has opened another branch at Pasir Panjang. The restaurant might not be that accessible to those who have a car or even the train station, located along Pasir Panjang road. Walking under the heat of the sun would really make you crave something cold.
But thankfully, Eat 3 Bowls has milk tea that you can order to go along with the popular Braised Pork Rice ($5) and Oyster Intestine Meesua ($7.20). I didn’t get their milk tea, because that would make me super bloated since I already got their popular dishes.
Braised Pork Rice – $5
I like their Braised Pork Rice, legit as Taiwan food fare lovers would say (though some would debate the origins of the dish hail from Shandong, China. Definitely controversial!) Good amount of pork fat mixed with the pork, and the sauce in the rice is generous.
Oyster Intestine Meesua – $7.2
The Oyster Intestine Meesua is loaded with plump oysters and intestines, so I think you wouldn’t be disappointed in that. There’s a vinegar tang to the taste of the soup, which is really effective in reducing the briny taste of the oyster.
Other popular dishes include their Fried Chicken, sausage and you can also add a tea egg to your Braised Pork Rice, and it’s best to come here in large groups. The queues are really long past 6:00pm, so if you don’t like to line up, ordering for takeaway is a good idea, or you can always come by for lunch, where there’s not much foot traffic.
Keep in mind the place only accepts Cash, Nets or PayLah, and the prices in their menu don’t include GST and service charge.
Overall, I think Eat 3 Bowls is worth to try if you miss Taiwan so much. The interiors and background music in Eat 3 Bowls surely brings back memories of Taiwan as well.