Pork Chop Fried Rice
Sambal Shrimp & Petai Fried Rice
Braised Pork Rice
Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken
Chilli Oil Chives Dumplings
The name Tai Feng Wei comes from Tai (台湾 Taiwan) + Feng (豐富 Abundance) + Wei (融合味 Fusion Taste) which relates to Abundance of Taiwanese Fusion Flavours. Tai Feng Wei strives to innovate and embrace flavours of the world with the intention of cooking up dishes that every customer can enjoy. Our chefs’ passion and happiness in cooking every dish with joy reflects how much our customers will enjoy our food and finish with a smile. Started in 2014 at NUS Prince George’s Park, we pride ourselves in continuous learning and adjusting the taste of our food to suit the preferences of patrons in the area.
Brought the foodies on a food trip around the Potong Pasir area and our first stop was at @taifengweisg ✌?
If I’m not wrong (correct me if I am), they now have a few outlets at Serangoon, Chinatown and etc. Have always wanted to try their Fried Rice during Circuit Breaker and I finally got to try it.
Fried Rice was fragrant (hint of wok hei) and I think the highlight was the pork cutlet – well-seasoned and juicy. The Lu Rou Fan was decent on the other hand; very Singaporean-style cos the rice was not sticky enough and wished the flavour of the braised meat was stronger. But again, for the quality in a Kopitiam, it was good enough for me!
Anyone wants a plate of Egg Fried Rice too?
台丰味 – Tai Feng Wei
Chanced upon this Taiwanese fried rice on Foodpanda. I must say both version of the fried rice, Pork chop & Sambal shrimp, are really good and reasonably priced.
My heart goes into pitter-patter mode similar to the fish roes bursting when I bite into it. Think I found love… and Uncle Roger shld approve it.
One more fried rice added to my fav list.
I’ve heard many good reviews about [@taifengweisg] lately! And since there’s an outlet near me, Why not giving it a try!Indeed, Serving size was generous, Price point was definitely affordable and wallet friendly, Considering the amount of ingredients that were used!.
Pork Chop was huge and Perfectly marinated! The Fish Roe that comes along did also enhanced the flavour of the Egg Fried Rice making it more buttery and savoury which made the fried rice even more appealing, appetising and palatable!.
They’ve several outlets in Singapore and I’ve got mine delivered from Tai Feng Wei @ Primz Bizhub!.
Tried this Taiwanese stall located in a HDB coffee when the stall I wanted to purchase had long queue. The food is pretty decent for a hawker stall. It’s the cheaper version of the popular DTF. The egg fried rice was nice, although portion was pretty small. The noodles I had was nice with good texture. However, there could have been more sauce given. The popcorn chicken was decent although it looks dry, but it was not. Overall, I would patronise this stall again.