NiuNiu Tea & DuDu Rice sells Korean and Taiwanese fare below S$6 like lu rou fan & homemade tteokbboki

by Christabel Tan

Craving for Taiwanese and Korean cuisine, but can’t be bothered to make multiple trips? You can now get the best of both worlds at NiuNiu Tea & DuDu Rice, a hawker stall at Whampoa Drive Food Centre.

NiuNiu Tea DuDu Rice
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Run by a Singaporean with Taiwanese heritage and his Chinese-Korean wife, NiuNiu Tea & DuDu Rice, a former home-based business, specialises in hearty Taiwanese dishes and Korean street food prepared using family recipes.

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The stall’s signature lu rou fan, or Braised Pork Rice (S$4.70), is a must-try. Think aromatic and umami braised pork belly on rice served alongside greens and a braised egg — it’s a dish that will easily tide you through the week.

NiuNiu Tea DuDu Rice
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Another comforting staple worth trying is the Taiwanese Mee Sua with Shredded Chicken & Oyster (S$4.70), that’s best enjoyed with black vinegar and minced garlic. Let’s hope the stall doesn’t run out on a rainy day.

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Fried chicken is synonymous with Taiwanese cuisine, and the Taiwanese Crispy Chicken Cutlet (S$4.30), tossed in a peppery five-spice seasoning, is juicy and moreish.

You can also opt for the more substantial Taiwanese Chicken Cutlet Rice (S$5.50) or Taiwanese Chicken Popcorn Rice (S$5.50).

NiuNiu Tea DuDu Rice
Photo: @niuniutea_dudurice/instagram, @niuniueats/instagram

Although the selection of Korean street snacks is a lot smaller, the sweet and spicy QQ Cheesy Tteokbokki (S$3.30) is a reliable crowd favourite.

Kimbap and Jumeokbap are also available for pre-order — keep a lookout on their socials if you’re keen!

Photo: Billy Cheng/google images, @minimatchaminime/instagram

Last but not least, pick and choose from a selection of oden (S$1.50 for 3 pieces) at NiuNiu Tea & Dudu Rice’s very own Oden Bar, which includes the likes of Assorted Eomuk (Korean fish cakes), Daikon, and Konjac dunked into either mala or original broth.

Drop by for a taste of these homely Taiwanese and Korean eats before the queues get a little too crazy.

NiuNiu Tea & DuDu Rice
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📍 Blk 90 Whampoa Dr, #01-82, Singapore 320090
🕒 12ppm–9.30pm (Mon to Fri, Sun), Closed on Sat

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