During the Chinese New Year period, I chanced upon this Taiwanese eatery called Xian Ding Wei (鲜定味) at IMM Building with my family.
We were just done visiting relatives and were looking for a no fuss eatery to have a quick dinner, avoiding the usual CNY crowd.
Xian Ding Wei fits the bill. The place was neither too crowded nor worryingly barren. They were not offering any cheesy CNY menus to cash in for the festive period either.
The menu offers a wide selection of simple Taiwanese home-cooked dishes, ranging from sweet potato porridge to braised pork to oyster vermicelli.
Their set meal options are a steal at around $8+ per pax. Each set comes with a choice of meat, cooking style, 3 small servings of sides (half a salted egg, some ikan bilis, a fried fish cake) and a soup.
You can see from the pictures above that the dishes and ingredient are all really simple, much like how traditional home-cooked food should be. My father particularly liked the sweet potato porridge and even ordered an extra serving. While I did enjoy my meal at Xian Ding Wei, it was not particularly memorable.
However, given the reasonable pricing, I would likely visit Xian Ding Wei again if I happen to be at IMM Building.
Xian Ding Wei (鲜定味)
Address: 2 Jurong East Street 21, #01-47/48 IMM Building, Singapore
Tel: +65 6897 2636
Opening Hours: Daily, 11am – 9.30pm
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