Taiwanese Fare

We discovered a pretty good little Taiwanese Eatery in the rather forlorn-looking Bukit Timah Plaza.

It is one of those places that we stumbled upon while trying to have a meal away from our usual haunts.

Liu San does a mean Oyster Mee Sua and Taiwanese Beef Noodles. Their dumplings, handmade, are also worth a try. They also have a specially made chilli paste that is shockingly spicy but very delicious, especially for chilli lovers like me.

The eatery is tiny, so during peak hours it does get pretty crowded. The staff though, are well-trained, and come across as friendly and hospitable. The only gripe though, is that they speak superfastsuperfluent Mandarin, and we sometimes can't keep up. It is quite funny when they explain to Roboman what he's supposed to do with his noodles (stir to mix the sauce, and to ask for more sauce if he wishes to), and he looks at me questioningly blank because their automated instructions just flew past his head.

The boss by the way, is the man pictured in the cardboard cut-out. Interesting chap :)

Liu San
No. 1 Jalan Anak Bukit#01-09 Bukit Timah Plaza