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Century Square #b1-k1, 2 Tampines Central 5 529509
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Raffles City Shopping Centre #B1-44C, 252 North Bridge Road 179103
Tel 6336 2118
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VivoCity #01-51A, 1 Harbourfront Walk 098585
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Xi Men Ding knowing their food is always good and their service as well !
If I\'m around Vivo City and couldn\'t make up my mind what to eat, I\'ll go for Xi Men Ding knowing their food is always good, and their service is super fast! Also, remember to download the smartphone apps - Perx before you visit the restaurant, because spending $30 or more here will earn you one chop, which you can redeem a glass of bubble milk tea during your next visit, like I just did!We ordered their chef\'s recommendation dish - Deep-fried prawn with egg yolk ($19.90) as munchy starter. The presentation looks appetizing. the striking colour egg yolk together with a big prawn are set in the middle, surrounded by the prawn paste, then the whole thing is coated with flour batter and deep-fried till golden and crispy! Thumbs up!"Lion head" signature meatball ($10.90) is another chef recommendation dish. The giant meatball is so tasty, the portion of the meat and fats is just nice that one bite of it, it sort of melted in your mouth. The gravy is good flavour too.Taiwan-style stir-fried kang kong ($8/small) is an unexpected dish that gave us huge surprise. The flavour of the fermented tofu paste is so strong yet lovely! Very well done! However, it have to go with rice, otherwise would be too salty.Shrimp fried rice ($8.50) is ordinary, but tastes alright to eat with the vegetables and meatball. Yum!
Had the taiwanese braised minced pork rice that is priced at $8.50, it was actually rather big portion and there is an egg, minced pork and vegetables. It kept me filled and the service was also quite good. They serve the dish rather fast also despite the restaurant being quite filled at dinner time. Had also ordered their recommended dish which is the salted fried chicken which was great in my opinion. It was very crispy and was well marinated with the spices also. Definitely would come back for this again next time!
It\'s my first try of the Pan-fried pork liver ($8.9), and i\'m so amazed by how well it\'s done! The sauce is slightly spicy, very thick and flavourful. The pork liver is kind of chewy and not dry at all. Awesome!Steamed pork petites ($9.9) is delicious too. The flavour of salted egg sort of diffuses in to the minced meat so well. Very home-cooking flavour.Xin Zhu fried bee hoon ($8.9) is a must try too, if you are going for a balance plate of food for a quick meal. The bee hoon is stir-fried with lots of ingredients, egg, cabbage, carror, mushroom, minced meat.. just to name a few. Both the flavour and texture are good, thumbs up!Spending: Approximately SGD 28(Lunch)
Went there on a weekday for lunch. Food: braised pork: tender and flavourful eggplant: a little oily but at least it not too salty. omelette: a little dry barley : a little sweet. service: service is swift but service staff seem a little bit rushed and impatient Ambience: asian decor, comfortable and reasonably spacious Overall im satisfied. price is a little steep for simple chinese dishesSpending: Approximately SGD 20(Lunch)
This restaurant is always crowded, but I am very impressed by how fast they serve the food. We had the XiMenDing Spring Roll ($3.5/piece) as appetizer. The sauce that coats the filling is slightly spicy, but with all the vegetables inside the spring roll, it atually tastes Ok.Radish Fried Rice ($6.9) on the other hand, is a star! The fragrant is nice, yummy, and not too salty. It tastes like mum\'s cooking too.Oysters in Black Bean Sauce ($15.9) is something new to me. I never thought oyster could go so well in the rich flavour black bean sauce. Surprisingly, you could still taste the freshness of the oyster, very juicy too! Thumbs up!
The taste of this dish is really sweet and quite sour too.The sliced fish is quite thick in pieces but I would prefer those which does not have much flour coated on it before deep fried.Like that sliced onions used in this dish as it makes it abit spicy and add in that extra crunch to it.The portion is just alright and good for around two to three adults.Best to eat it with plain fragrant rice and even on stir fried noodles or bee hoon as well.Spending: Approximately SGD 20.00(Lunch)
This crispy salted chicken here really has its unique taste.The chicken meat is marinated with their in house sauce for quite some hours before coated with their \'secret recipe\' flour and bring to deep fry.Really surprise that the salt used in these chicken does not really make this deep fried chicken too salty or even too oily.One of the best sellers here and I believe most of them will love to try it too.Spending: Approximately SGD 6.00(Other)
Lunch @ Vivo City\'s Xi Men Ding (Taiwan Cuisine) with colleagues, place is quite nice to hangout or have a good lunch with colleagues. Taiwan Style Braised Minced Pork with Rice (Generous with Minced pork, it taste really good like minced meat in rice dumplings, $8.50++) MUST TRY!!! Xin Zhu Fried Bee HoOn (Very nice, moist enough, $8.90++) MUST TRY! Taiwan Spicy Braised Beef Noodles (Portion quite big, beef and noodles is nice!, $9.90++) MUST TRY!! Mei Choy Pork Belly Noodles (pork belly was ok, would prefer the gravy to be more rice, $9.20) Can Try!!! overall, all four dishes are worth trying... depending on your mood for which type of food/noodles.. Food here is way better than any other Hong Kong Cafes
Spend half the day shopping around vivo city and decided to grab a bite bite b4 movie starts. All restaurants and cafes seems to have long Q, thus we decided to join the one with shortest Q. Xi Men Ding is a restaurant which serve Taiwan food. Somehow or rather, it seems over rated and the food here are over priced. Disappointing!!! Blanched pork slices roll with carrots and cucumber sticks. Serve with spicy bean paste. Nothing fantastic as the pork is lean and tasteless. The spicy bean paste doesn\'t have a fragrance smell where by right all chinese food seasoning should have.Stir fry kidney and pork liver in huao diao wine.Cai po fried rice~ my fav among all. Love the combination of qq rice grains with the non too salty cai po. The Holland peas add some freshness and crunch to the dish while the garlic enhanced the overall smell of the dish. Topped with a sunny side up, simple and nice.Thumb\'s up!Mei cai kou rou Not so much of the traditional taste of mei cai kou rou. i dunno what words to describe the dish. It is salty but seems like adding to much salt/msg to it yet the salted veggie dun taste like it was supposed to be. Pork belly are not flavorful enough.A delighting dish where every mouthful is full of prawns fillings, yettoo expensive for a small piece like this. A tiny piece cost $5.00..... Overall we spent about $100 bucks for these few dishes! Over priced for this kinda food standard!
Enjoying a day out at Vivo when we were attracted to this rather busy restaurant serving Taiwanese food. Ambience: What impressed me was the dining table - beautifully grained wood and comfortable chairs. Set like a modern Chinese tea house. Food: Ordered the maw soup, lots of maw but was unfamiliar with the taste, probably because I prefer the Cantonese style of maw. It had a strong overlay of Asian spices, overwhelming the Chinese taste. Soup were nice and good.
We were looking for a place for dinner after our movie. We found that we had not tried this place and the family decided to try this Taiwanese place.The Stir-Fried EggPlant with Meat Sauce taste very different from other Chineses Restaurant. It has generous meat sauce cooked in bean paste which you can eat with rice.The dish of Grilled Fish Roe was very artistic arranged. It looks like a tree sitting on top of a hill. The taste of grilled fish roe with sliced leek and raddish take getting used to. I did not like the combination as it taste bitter to me. It would have been better if it were served with some sauce or gravy.The San Bei Chicken with Basil was served pipping out in a metal claypot. Chicken was well marinated but it comes with little gravy.The Deep Fried Prawn with Egg Yolk is actually prawn wrapped around salted egg yolk and coated with bread crumbs. I like this dish best among the dishes we ordered. Overall the food is not bad but familiar name dishes did not taste familar as the style of cooking is different from other Restaurant.I thought Taiwanese food is make up of Hokkienand Hakka but the dishes we ordered did not resembled it.
Me and my cousin went there for a simple dinner, we were attracted by the 2 person meal menu at $38++ per person. Thus we decided to go ahead for it, the food taste not bad overall. One thing was that the portion were very small. I don\'t suggest this for anyone who is big eater. One thing I extremely like about it is their soup, it taste extremely nice, sweet and there a quite a few ingredients inside, there is fried yam, mushrooms and fish maw. *Request for a table nearer to the entrance, as all the way behind, the air conditioner would be quite cold.
i have fell in love with ximending braised meat rice. ever since i got back from taiwan, i have been missing the taste. My friends brought me to ximending to try the taiwanese food and i was so glad to find the taste back. now i don\'t have to go to taiwan to eat nice braised meat rice, i can find it easily at XiMenDing!
Xi Men Di is a \'in-thing\' Chinese restaurant that sells all kinds of traditional Taiwan cruisines and desserts.This is very popular in Singapore and long queues are expected during lunch and dinner hours and also during public holidays!Tried their lu rou rice and taste really like \'mum\'s home cooked food\'.The \'lu rou\' (pork meat) has been marinated with their special sauce that make this rice dish so delicious eventhough looks simple.Do try their desserts as well as they taste quite unique too!My verdict: 7/10
There\'s not much queue so i decided to go for a try. I had their yam paste. As you can see, it is rather watery. I find it is quite dilute to my liking. It is topped with a fair bit of coconut milk. Too little! Overall taste, i didn\'t like it at all. Pretty disappointed. Service wise was not too bad though.
Ringgggg....... Hearing the name of this restaurant brought back memories of my trip to Taipei with my beloved gF. Promising to serve authentic Taiwan local food, we decide to give this a try. Unfortunately, not the best and closest taste of Taiwan that we had or anticipated, however its still a thumbs up for them on their service attitude and cleanliness. For those who has yet to land their taste bud on authentic Taiwan food, this outlet may be a decent start to it!
Had dinner at Xi Men Ding which serves Taiwan Cuisine. I love the decoration inside the restaurant and their menu too which gives a brief description of their dishes. The staff were all well trained and were efficient in helping us to pour our free flow Chrysanthemum tea. We ordered 1 Radish Fried Rice, 1 Xin Zhu fried bee hoon and 1 Roasted Pork Belly Tofu. Although the dishes sounds similar to those we found in Singapore Zi Cha stall, the taste is very much different. My fried rice actually tasted quite bland but after adding the sauce from the roasted pork belly tofu, it tasted wonderful. So the Roasted Pork Belly Tofu is a must-order dish. I find the Xin Zhu Fried Bee Hoon a bit expansive ($8.90) for such a small place but they did put a lot of mushroom which is my favourite. Overall, considering the plus factors did covered up for the minus factors and I would think it\'s a recommended restaurant to visit.
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