Wow, finally found an acceptable Taiwanese restaurant around where I live! I came here upon a friend's recommendation, and we came with a group of 6 on a weekend night. It was around half to two-thirds full when we arrived, and we got seated pretty quickly without a way.
Our table shared the pig feet appetizer, which was okay. Honestly, the pig feet at Marina's food court is better than this, as the one at Marina more flavorful. They served a very garlicky soy-sauce based sauce here, but the meat itself didn't have much flavor. For the main dish, I got the pork chop noodle. The pork chop was pan-fried, and it was good! Not too much breading, and the meat was flavorful. The soup was also quite flavorful, as there were small meat pieces floating around in the soup. Also, there were enough vegetables, yay! For the noodles themselves, I would prefer more al dente noodles, but it was acceptable as was. For desert, we all shared the fen guo shaved ice. I don't really know what fen guo is, but it's clear and chewy; I thought it was tapioca, but my friend said it's not. It's covered in shaved ice and black sugar, and overall a very Taiwan-tasting dessert.
The pricing is pretty fair as well; at $8.25 for my pork chop noodle, it was a lot of food and fairly priced. Wouldn't really recommend the pork feet, but the fen guo shaved ice (it's the first one listed on the menu under "Shaved Ice") is unique and tasty. Would recommend, and I will be coming back!