Do you like Taiwanese street snacks? Well, good news, now you can enjoy some very authentic Taiwanese street snacks right here in Malaysia, prepared just the way it is done back in Taiwan. I’ve recently dropped by Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks outlet in OneUtama for late lunch/afternoon tea and discovered first hand why people ended up raving after they had a dose of some of their awesome Taiwanese snacks. My family and I managed to sample some of their bestseller; Handmade Oyster Mee Suah, Happy Rice Box, XXL Crispy Fried Chicken, Crispy Floss Egg Crepe and Fried Mushrooms.

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I’m a big fan of everything osyter, so I happily slurped this Handmade Oyster Mee Suah, so I enjoyed this dish very much. The broth was thick and flavourful. It definitely makes a satisfying meal for the hungry and for those who are on the go. It’s packed with energy. The mee sua came in thick broth, some fresh oysters and shredded chicken meat with sambal on the side for extra kick.

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Shared this Happy Rice Box Set with my wife. Ordinary and nice, but nothing to actually shout about. It does make a wholesome meal for office workers who are rushing during lunch hours, though.

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Everyone’s favourite that day. XXL Crispy Fried Chicken. Deep fried in a special batter, this dish is sensational and was bursting with flavours. It’s priced at only Rm6.50, a must try if you patronize Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks outlet.

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Crispy Floss Egg Crepe. My wife and I dubbed this as Taiwan roti canai. There’s chicken floss bedded in the crepe rolls. Plum sauce was drizzled all over the egg crepe for extra kick. My wife didn’t really like. She’s not quite a fan of sweet stuff, but personally, I think this one is okay. Not too bad if taken piping hot. My son loves this too.

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Finally, we tried the new product from Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks, Crispy Salt pepper Mushroom. In conjunction with it’s 10th anniversary, Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks has recently launched it’s Crispy Salt Pepper Mushroom.

Priced at merely Rm5.50 per bag, these stuff is highly addictive. You can go on and on eating em. Available in 5 different flavours; Original, Kimchi, Seaweed, Sour Cream and Wasabi. We tried the Original and Seaweed flavour. Prefer the Original flavour more while my wife prefers the seaweed flavour. According to her, the other one have stronger taste and flavour.

Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack is having fabulous promotion in conjunction of their 10th anniversary. From 1st Nov to 31st Dec 2013, with a minimum purchase of any Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks items, diners will receive a 10th anniversary collectible card. There are 10 cards to be launched over 8 weeks, each with a different design, depicting a significant milestone of Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks over the decade. The customer who collects all the 10 different cards will win a grand prize of Rm20,000 cash.

In addition of that each cards jas an instant prize to be won too, so keep a lookout if you decide to collect em.

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