Eat 3 Bowls Review
Eat 3 bowls is one of the best Taiwanese food in Singapore. I like the concept of serving 3 small portions of Taiwan’s famous dishes like the braised pork rice, chicken rice, and oyster intestine mee sua. Each dish was done right which leaves you wanting more. The braised pork was richly flavoured, shallots in the chicken rice have a nice aroma and sweetness to it, and the mee sua dish was fresh!
Things I like
- Get to try 3 of Taiwan’s famous dishes at once
- Flavours were all on point
- The authenticity of the food and atmosphere
Eat 3 Bowls Food & Price
Eat 3 bowls as their name suggest is 3 bowls of Taiwan’s famous dish braised pork rice, mee sua, and chicken rice. The portion for eat 3 bowls ($12) is just nice for one person to try it all. It is great if you like variety.
Eat 3 bowls of braised pork rice famously known as “Lu Rou Fan” is no doubt one of Taiwan’s comfort foods.
Lu Rou Fan consists of braised fatty pork, steamed rice and chives. The pork belly is the star component of this dish. It is richly seasoned and braised until the pork is tender and coated with a layer of sticky broth.
Shall you want the full experience, you can order the individual portion that comes with eggs (flavoured with the meat broth) and some vegetables.
I never knew Taiwan was also famous for chicken rice. Their chicken rice is simple yet delicious. It looks like simple chicken rice but the added shallots elevate the flavour of the chicken rice that makes it unique in its own way.
The last dish in their eat 3 bowls series is their oyster intestines mee sua or famously known as “Orh Ah Mee Sua”. As my stomach gets sensitive when eating seafood, the seafood needs to be fresh in order for me to not gag. Happy to report, that the mee sua here is fresh.
Do not fret with the intestine here, it tastes like any chicken/pork. The mee sua is covered with a sticky texture broth, oyster, intestine, and some coriander. Be sure to add some vinegar to enhance the taste of the dish. The vinegar adds a layer of bitterness to the gamey flavours of the dish.
Eat 3 bowls has many other popular drinks like milk tea, bubble tea, coffee and many more. I tried their ice aiyu jelly ($2.5) and they were generous with their jelly and have a balanced taste of sweetness and sourness.
Eat 3 Bowls Service
Do expect a queue here with a wait time of up to 30 minutes. The staff here are polite and friendly to explain any questions you might have. You will need to go to the counter to order and make payment on the spot.
Eat 3 Bowls Location
Address: 462 Crawford Ln, #01-61, Singapore 190462
Opening hours: All day 12:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Tel: 9154 8191
Cravings for other Taiwanese food in Singapore? Checkout 8 Degrees Taiwanese Bistro – 8度空間-人文茶