Finally, I have the chance to go trying out the food at Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack in Queensbay Mall. The other time when I was in AEON Seberang Perai City, Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack was still under construction (Is it open now?). In the end, I chose Food & Tea for lunch on that day.

Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack is located at the basement of Queensbay Mall. It is only occupied a very small shop lot. Inside the shop, only 6 seats are available. Most of the time, people will just buy and take away the food. I managed to get 2 seats when I was there.

The menu was very simple. It was just a laminated A4 size paper.

Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks only offer 4 Street Snacks: XXL Crispy Chicken (RM 6), Homemade Oyster Mee Sua (RM 6), Crispy Floss Egg Crepe (RM 5.50) and Seafood Tempura (RM 5.50) and 2 drinks: Soya Milk (RM 2.50) and Drinking Water (RM 2.00).

Beside these snacks, Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks also offer the Happy! Ricebox Set (RM 10, including one drink). If you only order the a la carte, it was at RM 8.50. I ordered one Happy! Ricebox Set and one Homemade Oyster Mee Sua.

Happy! Ricebox Set consists of Rice, Crispy Chicken, Tofu and Century Egg.

The Crispy Chicken on the Happy! Ricebox Set is the XXL Crispy Chicken. The waiter will ask you whether you want it to be served in spicy. Of course, I chose spicy. The chicken was deeply fried. It was very crispy. The chicken was so tender until you want to have it more.

The Tofu with the Century Egg was served cold. The Tofu was soft until it breaks when I picked it up by using the chopsticks.

Homemade Oyster Mee Sua. It was rated #1 with 4 1/2 stars by Shin Min Daily News on 12 October 2005.

Homemade Oyster Mee Sua is a must order food. It was cooked up front and ready to be served anytime when a customer order this dish. Oysters and Shredded Chicken were added into the Mee Sua before serving.

I only tasted a bit on the Mee Sua. It tasted real good but it was slightly salty.

After finished these 2 snacks, I decided to order another snack, Crispy Floss Egg Crepe.

The Crispy Floss Egg Crepe was well prepared and served with its lightly pan fried exterior.

For this snack, there is a layer of crêpe, a layer of egg and a layer of chicken floss. The crêpe was rolled up, cut into pieces and served together with the brown sauce on top. The brown sauce was a bit sweet. I like this snack very much because of the chicken floss.

While waiting for the crêpe to be ready, I took the opportunity to snap some photos on the shop.

No Pork No Lard. So cute.

The news reported on the newspaper about the Homemade Oyster Mee Sua.

Before I went back, I took away the XXL Crispy Chicken. It is still recommended for you to have it on the spot rather than take away. The chicken will become soft and not that crispy anymore.

Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks has many branches in Malaysia. The below information is getting from its website.

Gurney Plaza *NEW!*
Queensbay Mall
AEON Seberang Prai *OPENING SOON!* (Still not open???)

1 Utama Shopping Ctr
Ikano Power Ctr
AEON Bukit Tinggi SC
Sunway Pyramid
Mines Shopping Fair
Tropicana Mall *OPENING SOON!*

Kuala Lumpur
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Plaza Low Yat
The Gardens
Berjaya Times Square *OPENING SOON!*

Negeri Sembilan

Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall

City Square Johor Bahru

If you haven’t tried out Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks, find one day to go to one of the branches above. I will go back to try the Seafood Tempura in future.


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39 Comments on Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks @ Queensbay Mall

  1. kikey says:

    wanna try at Taiwan local though…

    got so many branches, wonder have it in Boston boh?? :p

  2. JoZe Foo says:

    i heard about the oyster mee shua but the “thean bu la” is awful too much flour…

  3. The Happy Ricebox is one of my all-time favourites! I love the contrast of the spicy crispy chicken and the silken coolness of the tofu with the century egg. Yum yum!

  4. PenangTuaPui says:

    never try before… will try it once for sure.. especialy the chicken… yum yum

  5. allie says:

    I just dine at this outlet too. Yummy. But my stomach is too full and can’t try the crepe.

    I luv the spicy chicken but had bad experience with the oyster.

  6. wah, 4 1/2 stars ah for the Oyster Mee Sua?? damn high already for me like that, is consider as must try liao.. but u said a bit salty so is excellent or just so so?

  7. email2me says:

    In KL there are a similar style of that fried chicken. It is very famous especially in SS2 Pasar Malam. It is called Uncle Bob fried chicken. Taste also same.

    Checkout Uncle Bobs fried chicken at

  8. ivyQ says:

    finally u eat it…

  9. OH! one of my favourite one stop shop for a full filling meal! make my day a wonderful day!

  10. AKK says:

    XXL crispy chicken…. my favourite

    I like Taiwanese local food…

    This post made me missed Taiwan badly…

    enjoyed reading your food blog…such infomative
    will sure visit here more often (if time allowed) :)

  11. constance says:

    i loved the oyster mee sua years back but lately for almost a year now, they have cut down on the oysters and also the quality of mee sua have changed. not sure if it was because they changed it to cut costs.

    now i no longer eat them. but i’m not sure how the penang ones taste like. when i come back time i give it a try.

  12. gill gill says:

    erm…we had bad experience with the Mee Suah, i don’t think using raw oyster is a a good compliment with heavy taste mee suah, it serve no purpose in taste wise, and the texture is …. .i find the Uncle Bob’s Crispy chicken in Pasar Malam is nicer then Shinlin to be frank.

  13. J2Kfm says:

    hmm, mixed reactions eh?
    it was very popular in Spore some years ago.
    then Msia has it and somehow my interest dwindled. =P

  14. fly says:

    i dunt like it seafood tempura..
    not same as taiwan local tempura..
    tis more dark n no QQ

  15. mimid3vils says:

    The chicken chop in bento is much more smaller hor…. :(

  16. Never try before… but then am not really a fan of Taiwanese food. heheheh.. Unless Din Tai Fung. :D

  17. Still no update on new post? Heard that you are sick? Have you recovered?

  18. allenooi says:

    You go find it out and let me know.

    The only item that I never try is the Tempura. Will try it next time.

    Yes, I agree with you. Yum Yum!

  19. allenooi says:

    Penang Tua Pui,
    Wah, you never try? Finally I have posted something that Penang Tua Pui has never tried. LOL.

    What happen to the oyster? I would like to know.

    Not bad. You can try it if you have the chance.

  20. allenooi says:

    Thanks for informing me. I have checked out the website and Uncle Bob’s fried chicken seems to have it in Penang pasar malam as well. Will go to the pasa malam and try it out one day.

    Yeah!!! Finally!!!

    Big Boys Oven,
    You always have it? This is the first time I have it. For sure will have the second time.

  21. allenooi says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog. For sure you must come by often! Hehehe.

    When you want to come to Penang again? Mid of December? Let me know ya! But as usual, you will be busy!

    Seems like you really have a bad experience with them. Too bad to hear that.

  22. allenooi says:

    Ya, for sure there will be people who like it and people who don’t like it. It depends on people. :)

    I left out the tempura for this round. I cannot make any comment on this.

    Yes lo. Small portion. That is why I take away the XXL Crispy Chicken. :)

  23. allenooi says:

    New Kid,
    Ding Tai Fung is Taiwanese food? Are you sure?

    Don’t rush me. Hahahaha. Recovered already. Thanks!

  24. Food Promotions says:

    Love this cute lil stall at Gurney and QBM with all those nice food.
    have yet to try to Happy Ricebox. Thanks for the food review

  25. allenooi says:

    Food Promotions,
    Must try the Happy Ricebox ya. Is a MUST try. :)

  26. vkeong says:

    Tried the XXL Fried Chicken once at Sunway Pyramid.. after that I swear never to eat it again, lol. Don’t know about the Oyster Mee Suah though

  27. crazygirl says:

    I have tried the mee suah and personally i dont really like it very much.Even for the ricebox i feel it is not worth it as i can get much better meal at some restaurants in the malls.In the ricebox they serve a small portion of rice and the crispy chicken is totally small.XXL chicken is better to eat it when it still hot.*im sorry that i wish to comment on the oil they use…i see it quite blackish compare to other restaurant oil…can anyone know how long the oil will be change once??

  28. Jys says:

    I went to Taiwan last month and I really love their oamisua..not sure how the mi sua taste here… hehe…

  29. Yong says:

    you should try UncleBOB fried Chicken@ JUSCO Queensbay mall. its opening soon.

  30. naurah says:

    i am a malay… but i think i am addicted to oyster mee suah. i can eat them more than once in a day… an can eat up 7 times a week… ahaha

  31. charlene says:

    can you give me the recipe of taiwanese tempura. i really love it. thank you.

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