Where's the best Malaysian or Singapore food?


#21

Terrible place. Food took ages to come and at different times. I had finished before my partner received her meal. Food was average


#22

This place in Xinyi is amazing https://m.facebook.com/malaysiangourmetcuisine/?locale2=zh_TW


#23

I recommend this place near Technology Building: https://zh-tw.facebook.com/池先生-Kopitiam-274016432761128/


#24

Looks good.


#25

Tried it a year ago and thought just ok but maybe time to go back for another test.


#26

The boss is a middle aged Malaysian Chinese woman, which is a good sign. I enjoyed it anyway


#27

Two more Malaysian places I haven’t tried yet.

Mamak
No. 72, Lane 187, Section 1, Dunhua South Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, 106

妞呀小廚
No. 2, Alley 20, Lane 256, Section 3, Nanjing East Road, Songshan District, Taipei City, 105


#28

There is a new Singapore style Laksa place called Katong Laksa on second floor Taipei Main Train station near Starbucks. Don’t know if they are connected to a Singapore restaurant.


#29

Not impressed with Mamak. Looks OK from outside but food was average


#30

I know of 2 PappaRich Restaurants in Taipei and a Toastbox


#31

Tried it. It’s OK, not bad, not great.


#32

Huh. Full circle. When the second floor food court first opened up, there was a Singapore-Malay place, called Little Penang. Long gone. I wonder how long this place will last.

Actually, how IS that second floor food court these days? It had a decent international range when it first opened a decade back, but soon became localized, and I haven’t been up there in years.


#33

Ootoya is a great Japanese chain, Ippudo is amazing Japanese Ramen, plus a few others. That area is one of my go to places recently as it’s recently become a place to always find something good. Not much Western food though.


#34

Another One Bites the Dust.

Papparich Malaysian on Shimen Dadao near Dunhua Lu shuttering it’s doors and closing. I don’t know about the one at A9.

Only bland food survives in Taiwan.


#35

Bland and ‘famous’.


#36

And cheap.


#37

Man,that place had huge lines when it opened


#38

I went here tonight and you can tell if a restaurant is serious about Malaysian if they have no chopsticks but instead use a fork and a spoon in both hands when eating. They have a basic menu with some different Nasi Lemak and the couple Laksa.

The food was good and very fast. I will go back. At least reminds me of Malaysia and helps satisfy the craving.


#39

Glad you liked it. I always get the Laksa when I go. My only complaint is since the chicken is precooked, when you bite into it, the inside may be cold.


#40

For those near Banqiao:

名家香海南雞飯
No. 1-6, Lane 110, Daren Street, Banqiao District, New Taipei City, 220
02 2969 4170

https://goo.gl/maps/rNedyu8Es4U2

Small local place with great Char Kuey Teow. Chicken rice. Chef (“Ko”) is from Penang.

Sometimes also has Ba Ku Teh.