Eat 3 Bowls

December 11, 2017 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Eat 3 Bowls
4 Seah Im Road #01-21

https://www.facebook.com/eat3bowls/


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Decent Taiwanese Street Food

(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 6
Ambience & Setting: 4
Food & Beverage: 6
Service: 5
Value for Money: 8
Spent about SGD $3 per person.


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Opening in January 2016 within the Seah Im Food Centre, Eat 3 Bowls is a hawker stall specialising in Taiwanese Chinese cuisine, with their speciality comprising, naturally, 3 bowls. Having been highly rated and reviewed by prior diners, we wanted to pay a visit to Eat 3 Bowls to see if it was indeed worth the hype. Overall, I think there were some hits, and some misses.

Ambience at Eat 3 Bowls is shared with the rest of the hawker centre. Open, airy, and brightly lit, diners sit around functional plastic and metals tables. The menu here is clear, with attractive visuals. Being a popular stall, there is usually a short queue time of about 10 minutes or so.

Service at Eat 3 Bowls is completely self-service, with ordering, payment, and collection over the counter. There is little engagement with the relatively young staff, though they work quickly and efficiently to fulfill orders. They can accomodate requests if asked.

Food at Eat 3 Bowls is focused on Taiwanese Chinese cuisine, in particular, the street food of Taiwan. True to their name, their speciality is 3 one-dish meals. Taste is above average, better than most other Taiwanese places in Singapore, but not nearly as good as those in the country of origin. Portions are slighly small. Prices are very affordable, budget about SGD $3 per person for a meal here.


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Eat 3 Bowls Facade



The Braised Pork Rice (SGD $2.50) here is tasty because the braising gravy, with its robust savoury salty flavour, has fully seeped into and flavoured the white rice. The generous topping of minced pork, while yummy, is rather lean, instead of the oily fatty pork belly version you get in Taiwan. I suppose this healthier choice appeals to Singaporeans. Served with an underwhelming braised hard boiled egg, but overall, a pretty alright dish.

Braised Pork Rice (SGD $2.50)


Braised Pork Rice
Braised Pork Rice



Love love love the Intestine Mee Sua (SGD $3.50)! The thick, richly savoury soup / broth is so delicious, and the thin vermicelli rice noodles are slippery smooth. The sliced pork large intestine pieces are so tender and easy to eat. Easy to slurp down. Nice peppery kick in the flavour too. Highly recommended!

Intestine Mee Sua (SGD $3.50)


Intestine Mee Sua
Intestine Mee Sua



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