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4 Season Taiwanese Cuisine @ Joo Chiat Road

It was a Saturday night.
 The kids were exhausted after a long day of classes and play. They went to bed early and the missus and I had the chance to venture out of our house to a nearby eatery in Joo Chiat Road
(Advice for parents: we need a time out from the kids and go on our little dates once in a while)

4 Season Taiwanese Cuisine
We found this interesting eatery called 4 Season Taiwanese Cuisine( located at Joo Chiat Rd near 112 Katong). It is nested on the ground floor of 2 shophouse units. Deco was simple and raw. There are about 10 plus tables and it fills up pretty quickly on weekends. Baby seats for toddlers are available.

As the name goes, this place serves up mainly Taiwanese dishes. However, do not be surprised if you see some dishes cooked up in Japanese style as well.

After a quick peeks into the menu we decided to order some dishes to fill out hungry stomach. There were quite a number of dishes cooked in various style on the menu. Ignoring our self imposed diet, we decided to settle for the crispy fried chicken and the mango fish fillet for our main courses.

The main dish cost $9.80 each and they came with rice in Taiwan

se beef sauce. The rice tasted like the rice from Ba Chang due to the sauce. We loved this as it was something different from our usual rice.

I had the Mango Fish Fillet as the main course, I loved the way the mango melts with the crispiness of the fish. The texture of the fish inside was also soft and the taste was good. The side dishes like the nuts, salad and hard boil egg fits the dish perfectly. Overall I was a little wow by this dish.

We ordered the signature oyster egg ($8.80) and 2 bubble teas (I can say we had totally forgotten about my diet plans)- Taiwan originated drink( 3.80) to complete the meal. We love the Taiwanese version of the oyster egg as it was less oily compared to the local version. The inclusion of vegetables inside the Oyster egg is a classy touch as it appeals to the health-conscious. The eggs were also less fried compared to our own Or Lua

Our meals came up to be a grand total of $36, which means that there is no GST or service charge!

We would love to be back again to try other dishes. However given the number of eateries in Joo Chiat, it may be a while before we would do so as we like to explore other eateries along this stretch of food paradise. We are not food nuts but we do like to tantalise our taste buds with other options as well.

The little details
4 Seasons Taiwanese Cuisines

456 Joo Chiat Road

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