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Little Taiwan

Halal Taiwanese Cuisine
3.2/5
Little Taiwan
Little Taiwan
Halal Taiwanese Cuisine
Halal Taiwanese Cuisine
Cuisine: Taiwanese

Little Taiwan was established in 2000, with the aim of bringing tasty Taiwanese cuisine to Malaysia. Their menu is stocked with staple Taiwanese dishes, many of which are now favourites around the world. Some of their most popular dishes include: deep fried golden mushroom, beef noodles, claypot lou shu fun, and Taiwanese sausage. In addition, Little Taiwan also serves a variety of teas that are very popular with customers. These teas are unique in that they are made with quality ingredients coupled with precise measurements of the correct temperature, timing, and handling of the tea, so they are brewed to become a flavourful and aromatic tea. What makes Little Taiwan unique is the fact that their dishes are 100% halal (certified by Jakim), so all recipes use chicken, beef and fish; suitable for people from all walks of life! All the Little Taiwan outlets have a minimalistic, bright and upbeat ambience, their signature lime green colour painted on the walls.

  • Halal
  • Wifi Not Available
  • Valet Parking Available
  • Smoking Facilities Not Available
  • Vegetarian Dishes Available
Outlets 6
Reviews
Little Taiwan @ KL Festival City Review
Average food but easy access place.

Average food but easy access place.

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Little Taiwan @ e@curve Review
A little taste of Taiwan

The top attraction of Little Taiwan is that it's Halal certified. This makes it easy for fellow Muslims to get a little taste of Taiwan. I had the deep fried squid set and their signature special toast. Frankly, although the toast looked very interesting and attracted me to the shop in the first place, it wasn't all that impressive. But it's still worth a try. The squid was pretty good but nothing fancy. Service could be improved though. I'll still go again sometime to try out other things...

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The top attraction of Little Taiwan is that it's Halal certified. This makes it easy for fellow Muslims to get a little taste of Taiwan. I had the deep fried squid set and their signature special toast. Frankly, although the toast looked very interesting and attracted me to the shop in the first place, it wasn't all that impressive. But it's still worth a try. The squid was pretty good but nothing fancy. Service could be improved though. I'll still go again sometime to try out other things on the menu as their selection seems quite extensive and interesting. Till then, have a try yourself and decide. It's quite a unique restaurant for people who like to explore their palates.

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Little Taiwan @ KL Festival City Review
Claypot Loh Shu Fan

claypot loh shu fan is a must when you visit this restaurant.Fair price, reasonable and i really love the claypot with lots of ingredients inside. Have many types of drinks to choose from.

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Little Taiwan @ One Utama Review
Taiwanese FooD

I like the "Taiwanese Special Toast" much. Is similar to French Toast or Bread Bowl. The crispness of the hollowed out toast filled with fairly thick seafood, mushroom and vegetable broth blended really well and it almost felt like devouring a warm hearty seafood pie! It was a must try!

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Little Taiwan @ Summit USJ Review
It's suggested for those who like a light taste food!! ^^d

i've been here early of 2012, meeting my friends here. From what i remember, i eat spicy mini steamboat (because i eat something in small wok.got small fire underneath). hoho~~ super nice because you have a chance to eat it hot until you've done~ for drinks?yeah..am always drink one thing...lemon tea.. overall? i think the food is okay..but don't aspect it to be spicy or super rich in spices because it have a light taste..not like malaysian food.. ^_^

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