Ah Zhong Mian Xian has authentic Taiwanese food near Chinatown MRT Station

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Not to be confused with popular mee sua chain Ay Chung Mian Xian in Taiwan, Ah Zhong Mian Xian is a new restaurant at South Bridge Road helmed by Taiwanese chef Yu Cheng Min. Similar to his first widely acclaimed concept Feng Food, this restaurant offers a variety of classic Taiwanese fare.  

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Expect to find the restaurant’s namesake dish, the Signature Mee Sua ($8.80), here, which features wheat vermicelli and braised pig intestines in a smooth, thickened soup. If you’d like something with more protein, get the Pork Meat Mee Sua for the same price, or order the Combo Mee Sua (TBD) for a combination of pig intestines, pork chunks, and shrimp.

Online reviews also recommend their Braised Pork Rice ($9.10), comprising a bowl of pork belly, egg, and savoury braised sauce. 

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Another popular dish is the Pork Chop With Fried Rice (TBD), starring sliced marinated pork chop served atop a bed of fragrant egg fried rice.

End your meal on a sweet note with familiar Taiwanese beverages such as Brown Sugar Milk Tea With Pearls ($3.90), or try the Brown Sugar Winter Melon Tea ($3) for something more traditional.

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With no GST and service charge on menu prices, as well as its convenient location—a five-minute walk away from Chinatown MRT Station—Ah Zhong Mian Xian is certainly worth a try for Taiwanese food fans in the area. 

If you’re looking for more Taiwanese cuisine, check out Taiwan Night Markets, a new food court in Cineleisure Orchard specialising in Taiwanese street food! Otherwise, you can also read our Chinatown food guide for more good eats nearby.

Address: 283 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058832
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 10:45am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6022 1669

Ah Zhong Mian Xian is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Feature image adapted from Han Lim and @the_xw

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