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Taiwan food festival

Postby ksl » Wed, 08 Sep 2010 11:58 pm

If you are a food junkie don't miss out!

It's been a long day for me too from 7 a.m until 11 pm I'm shattered. I called by the festival at 5 p.m and didn't get home until 11p.m Though I did know some of the people there.

For Food Junkies, try some traditional tasty food and get some brochures on Taiwan places of interest from the Dutch colonial days.

Don't miss the Taiwanese Food festival at Clark Quay started today by jumbo sea food restaurant.
I can recommend the noodle shop which started in the 1890's on the right side of the ticket booth called Stock Seasn Tan Tsai Noodle is Du Hsiao Yueh, you get a brochure with the noodle very interesting history.

and Yu zhai jen Lu Kang Bakery products started 1877 All products are still hand made by over 100 employees, the bakery is 133 years old, same family. Try also the mushroom dessert, with dates, jelly and other kinds of goodies, all natural.

This is quite a special event and the first time its held, a delight for expatriates that like to explore food you shouldn't miss it, its on for 14 days...Though i would say go at 5 p.m when it starts because they sell out very fast, with a good crowd, weekend should be very busy.

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Re: Taiwan food festival

Postby SGBoyxxx » Thu, 09 Sep 2010 1:29 am

ksl wrote:If you are a food junkie don't miss out!

It's been a long day for me too from 7 a.m until 11 pm I'm shattered. I called by the festival at 5 p.m and didn't get home until 11p.m Though I did know some of the people there.

For Food Junkies, try some traditional tasty food and get some brochures on Taiwan places of interest from the Dutch colonial days.

Don't miss the Taiwanese Food festival at Clark Quay started today by jumbo sea food restaurant.
I can recommend the noodle shop which started in the 1890's on the right side of the ticket booth called Stock Seasn Tan Tsai Noodle is Du Hsiao Yueh, you get a brochure with the noodle very interesting history.

and Yu zhai jen Lu Kang Bakery products started 1877 All products are still hand made by over 100 employees, the bakery is 133 years old, same family. Try also the mushroom dessert, with dates, jelly and other kinds of goodies, all natural.

This is quite a special event and the first time its held, a delight for expatriates that like to explore food you shouldn't miss it, its on for 14 days...Though i would say go at 5 p.m when it starts because they sell out very fast, with a good crowd, weekend should be very busy.


:lol: yup just saw that on news.
but there is one dish they are not using taiwnese pork seem is ban from singapore.

the reporter mention it still taste the same but slightly different that all.

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Re: Taiwan food festival

Postby ksl » Fri, 10 Sep 2010 1:19 am

SGBoyxxx wrote:
ksl wrote:If you are a food junkie don't miss out!

It's been a long day for me too from 7 a.m until 11 pm I'm shattered. I called by the festival at 5 p.m and didn't get home until 11p.m Though I did know some of the people there.

For Food Junkies, try some traditional tasty food and get some brochures on Taiwan places of interest from the Dutch colonial days.

Don't miss the Taiwanese Food festival at Clark Quay started today by jumbo sea food restaurant.
I can recommend the noodle shop which started in the 1890's on the right side of the ticket booth called Stock Seasn Tan Tsai Noodle is Du Hsiao Yueh, you get a brochure with the noodle very interesting history.

and Yu zhai jen Lu Kang Bakery products started 1877 All products are still hand made by over 100 employees, the bakery is 133 years old, same family. Try also the mushroom dessert, with dates, jelly and other kinds of goodies, all natural.

This is quite a special event and the first time its held, a delight for expatriates that like to explore food you shouldn't miss it, its on for 14 days...Though i would say go at 5 p.m when it starts because they sell out very fast, with a good crowd, weekend should be very busy.


:lol: yup just saw that on news.
but there is one dish they are not using taiwnese pork seem is ban from singapore.

the reporter mention it still taste the same but slightly different that all.
They buy the local pork for cooking! and not all pork is banned by the way.

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Re: Taiwan food festival

Postby Plavt » Fri, 10 Sep 2010 2:04 am

SGBoyxxx wrote:
the reporter mention it still taste the same but slightly different that all.



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