Taiwan Restaurants

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Taiwan Restaurants

  • Din Tai Fung

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Taipei Restaurants

    This is one of the most well-known things that comes from Taiwan; however, this is typical Northern Chinese food. The place is not a really fancy place to go if you like quite and need a lot of time to enjoy your food since it locates in downtown where people care more about the time they spend in stead of money, and a typical Chinese restaurant...

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  • Ah Zhong Mian Xian

    5 out of 5 stars

    Taipei Restaurants

    Having missed the previous time I visited Taipei a year back. I decided to make this one of the do-or-die items on our itinerary. I had originally planned to hunt down their outlet in Ximending, but chanced upon it while visiting Shihlin Market. What an unexpected surprise! There were no long queues either and I shared a bowl with my husband as I...

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  • Beef Noodle

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Taipei Restaurants

    The beef noodles were great and living in Japan, I know about Ramen but I was interested to check out the Beef Noodles that were apparentley, so famous so I did. This restaurant was great, although the service was not as high as I find in Japan. More discreet, less welcoming, but good nontheless. My beef noodles were really spicy (which I like)...

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  • Formosa Regent

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Taipei Restaurants

    The buffet is one of the best in Taipei city for me. My colleagues recommeded it as the No. 1. The food are divided into small parts: Japanese, salad, steak, pasta, Hong Kong, Indian, Thai, dessert, drink and ice cream. Steak is highly recommended. It's very soft and fresh. Warm cooked pasta is also very nice. No matter what souce it is (butter...

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  • Chitaka

    4 out of 5 stars

    Taipei Restaurants

    I came across this by accident. I've only heard about this chain that's value for money and the food isn't too shabby at all. I visited the branch at Ren Ai Road which was 90% full at 8pm. My friend and I ordered a set meal each (mine's chicken and fish and prawns). The portion was too huge for me (bet the guys would love this place) but it was a...

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  • Char for tea

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Taipei Restaurants

    If you're a big fan of green tea, then you must come to this resto. To be honest, I don't really like green tea BUT after I eat at this resto, well...I changed my mind^^I loveee this resto a lot!It has different kinds of food, drink and *my favorite* DESSERT, which all made of green tea. Me & my family went to cha FOR TEA in Dazhi store (near...

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  • Ai Hu Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Taipei Restaurants

    One has a huge selection of side dishes apart from the standard of vegetables and broth. We opted for the seafood with 5 additional items picked and the servings are HUGE!! The seafood items include prawn, crabsticks, scallops, fish and fishballs but should alternatives be selected.. meat can be added on as additionals.

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  • Good Place Good Price Good Food

    Foods serve is hot, service is good and reconmendation of food are good. A local fish called 'Saba' (Mullet) fish, this fish you can find it in every fish market and is usually alive and tied up from head to tail. They served it as fish soup. very good

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  • Fresh Delicious Vegetarian Food

    They serve Hakka food. The place is way off the road. You have to navigate yourself up a steep hill to reach this restaurant but it was worth the trip. The food was delicious!!!

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  • Wulai Lunch

    Wulai Old Street has plenty of restaurant serving the rural township specialties including bamboo shoots, muachi, bamboo tube rice and delicacies from the mountains. We ordered seafood & some vegetables plus rice costing around NT$680. Food is just ok.

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  • Donkin' Donuts in Taipei

    Today is October 10th, Birthday of our country, Republic of China, or you can call her "Taiwan". Happy birthday to R.O.C.~I was woke up by a huge noise from "The Sky". That's right~ Five minitary jets flew across Taipei County and also passed by our house, they make a strange sound which became themajor cause to wake me up. @@Opened up my TV, there...

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  • Keelung's Miaokou Night Market

    Keelung's night market is far superior to those in Taipei and yet is frequently ignored by international travelers. This may be because getting to Keelung requires a forty minute train ride, followed by a ten minute walk through one of Taiwan's most crowded, grimiest cities. However, this effort is paid off many times over with Taiwan's most...

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  • Taipei: Raohe Night Market

    Taipei's most archetypal night market. Raohe has everything: good food, lots of shopping, cheap carnival games, even an attractive temple. It's also quite large, spanning about half a kilometer. On busy nights it will take about an hour just to check out all the stands.The food options here are not on par with Ningxia Road's or Jingmei's night...

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  • Taipei: Ningxia Road Night Market

    Taipei's best night market for cheap food. The night market is quite small and lacks the stores that can be found in other night markets, but the food is much better than that in more famous night markets such as Shilin and Shida. It is also more traditionally Taiwanese, possibly because many people from southern Taiwan pass through this...

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  • Great fresh seafood

    Great display of fresh seafood at a certain district unknown to me, but it was good Crabs AND CUTTLE FISH

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  • More delicious food

    At Ding3 Tai4 Feng1 you have a wide range of items to choose from.Before going to Taiwan do your "homework" first and take note:- Steamed pork dumplings - Steamed Vegetables and Pork Du - Steamed Shrimp and Pork Dumplings - Steamed Fish Dumplings - Traditional Chicken Soup- Fried Rice with Shrimp and Egg - Steamed mashed taro buns - Steamed red...

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  • A place to enjoy delicious food

    Ding3 Tai4 Feng1 is one of the best chain restaurants in Taiwan and it has many succursals in countries like U.S.A., Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, Korea, etc. And in mainland China and Hong Kong as well.Coming to Ding3 Tai4 Feng1 you can be sure you will be eating good quality food.Bingyi Yang, born in 1927 in Shanxi Province,...

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  • What wonderful buns!

    This place is located in Dan4 Shui3, Taipei district.By the way, the pinyin I am giving with its tones is based on the mainland pinyin.Besides the buns, fish balls in soup are also popular (yu2 tan2 tang1).This store was established 40 years ago and remains very popular, you can see it's always full of people.If it's full don't be shy, just go...

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  • A great experience in Japanese food

    A great experience with your personal chef making sashimi, sushi in front of you. You can order according to the memu or more eaarlier way to tell him a budget, say NTD1000, 1500, 2000, etc.. and he will arrnage for you. After the sashimi, be sure to have the beef on white charcoal with a glass of red wine.

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  • Don't Miss The Fresh Beef !

    It is so delicious and tasteful ! There have a plenty of choices in cooking style like braised, deep fired, stired fired, hot pot and .... The beef is so fresh.

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  • Delicious rice noodles with intestine!

    Be prepared to queue up and to holler your order. Again, just point if you can't make yourself understood! A bowl of steaming hot noodles and yes, intestines from the pig on a cold winter's day is really out of this world. it's so good you won't cringe when you know it is intestines that you are eating. ...and oh yes, be prepared to stand while you...

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  • Cheap Taiwanese breakfast next to Cosmos...

    Local breakfast fare that the Taiwanese will eat or buy to take away. They all taste good. If you can't speak the language, just point!

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  • the omelet rice that brings you...

    "Tamago" means "egg" in japanese, and "ya" means "house". This cute restaurant specializes in egg dishes, omelet rice in particular, like its name infers.Omelet rice (omu-raisu) is one of the byproducts brought in to being when the traditional Japanese clashes with the west. Fried rice wrapped in thick layers of omelet....hmmmm....this is one hell...

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  • Yangminshan Lunch

    Our relatives in Taiwan brought us to a restaurant in Zhuzi-hu (bamboo lake) in Yangminshan after touring the calla lily plantation. This is the most satisfying meal we had in Taipei. Indeed, it was very cheap & delicious costing only about NT$2500. It was a set menu with vegetables, meat, fish, soup, eat-all-you-can rice, chicken, pork etc... We...

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  • Hualien Wanton Soup

    Mr. Lu Lai-Fu, our guide took us to a restaurant in Hualien serving delicious wanton soup. Costing around NT$60 per bowl. It is quite filling & satisfying. The guide told us that it's the specialty of Hualien. We had this dinner prior to our train back to Taipei from Hualien. Delicious Wanton Soup.

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  • Yehliu Lunch

    The restaurant we went to after our Yehliu Geopark tour is along the street near the park entrance. It is a simple eatery serving cheap food. You can eat cheaply at around NT$60 for a lunch set. Food is just ok for the price. none

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  • Don't Waste Your Money!

    To be fair, let me start out with the pro's. Smokey Joe's has a pretty trendy Tex-Mex Acapulco meets Chevy's atmosphere. The quality of the food was ok for a non-mexican owned Mexican restaurant in Asia. That being said, it was one of the most disappointed dining experiences I've ever had in Taiwan. I read a review that this place had good quality,...

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  • International and local food

    This is a food court just above the Taipeh main railway station. Airconditioned and clean. You can find international and local Taiwanese food here. Prices are reasonable and the portions are big. You can just point to the pictures to order. Unfortunately, the menu is not in English. That's where the pointing comes in!

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  • Yummy Dumpling!

    Chanced upon this chain of food stalls. They have good dumplings and noodles soup. To order, simply get an order form and pencil and tick, and hand over to the stall vendor. I like the mixed dumpling (meat, vegetable, prawns) and hot soup for cool weather =)

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  • Local Food

    Whereever you go you always find some foodshop. Whenever you are walking in streets local people are eating. Riced cooked in bamboo can;Fried squid with lemon juice;Bamboo soup;Handmade steamed meat dumplings;Rice balls soup;OystersNot so tasty:Cold drink made with Tapioca brown and spherical balls;Stinky Tofu marinated and deep fried with garlic...

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  • Don`miss Shabu Shabu

    Shabu shabu is one of Japan's most popular dishes and is like a fondue. It consists of thin slices of raw beef and raw vegetables, cooked by each diner at the table in a pot of hot broth. Shabu-shabu means "swish-swish," referring to the swishing action and the sound that is made when you cook a very thin slice of beef swished through the broth hot...

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  • Hot Pot "Ma La" in Gongguan, Taipei,...

    Hot Pot "Ma La"(”nç…) in Gongguan(ŒöŠÙ)More online: http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/jw!XKOV_ImQHBYtyGYNrHIcVVoYR0mk6hg-/article?mid=492I invited one of my friend to have the "Hot Pot" in Gongguan. We decided to go "Ma La" in Tingjhou Rd, Taipei. There are so many hot pot restaurants on that street.My friend make a phone call to that restaurant early...

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  • Little Italy in Taichung

    A fantastic atmosphere, true italian style dining. You enter the arched doorway and forget that other than all the diners and servers being of Asian descent it could be Italy.The food is magnificent and worth it. This is an upscale classical dining experience. I took my wife here for her birthday and we also had a small wedding banquet here as...

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  • Jin-Bian Shao Chi Dian- Viet food in...

    This is a gem of a place that looks like an ordinary tin shack street side shop but deserves recognition for its authentic Viet flavors and amazing cooking skill. High quality food that is cheap resides here.Pho, for the most discerning of tastes, arises like a steaming noodle angel from a hot bath. (80NT) Gently caressed by a light mist of Soya it...

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  • Some not bad curry-style in Taichung

    A decent restauraunt near the Feng-Jia Market area but tucked away from the hordes by a canal. Mr. 38 has a good view of a clean canal that does not smell. (At least while I was there it seemed ok!) With some trees overlooking. I was lucky and spotted a crane wandering around looking for some fish while we were sitting up on the 3F.The food itself...

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  • Traditional Chinese Breakfast

    The same cannot be said specifically about the Chinese breakfast, however, or food traditionally served in the morning. congee: a type of rice porridge, it is usually eaten with vegetables, meat, pork floss, nuts, and other condiments. dan bing: a Chinese pancake that is usually pan-fried along eggs and spring unions.bao zi: steamed buns.jiao zi:...

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  • Night Market In Taipei

    In the night market there are a lot of shops,people,games etc....You can enjoy the atmosphere of the city of Taipei.

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  • on the road

    a lot of it looks gross, its cooked in the open polluted air, the meat is a strange colour... but it tastes good.Tip: Say 'Bu Yaw Way Gin' (trying to break it down phonetically) if you don't want excessive msg.

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  • Fried Egg Tofu

    This is a countryside mom and pop eatery located in mushroom country. There are many farms and mountain roads. It's quite busy on the weekends and there is a local open air market nearby.It's tough to find if you can't speak Mandarin or Taiwanese but worth the trip if you can make it. The fried egg tofu is great. Also, the boneless chicken is very...

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  • Food not to be missed

    This is a short summary of what you have to eat in Taiwan:The now increasingly-popular bubble milk tea (jhinjunaicha) was invented in Taiwan; for as low as NT 15 you can buy a large cup of sweet milk tea with tapioca bubbles. Stinky tofu (chodoufu) has been widely maligned by other VT members, but it is actually one of the best foods in Taiwan....

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  • Tea shops everywhere

    We have lots of tea shops, coffe houses here in Taiwan. A great varieties of drinks you can get from those little shops. You can always hang-out with your friends here if you don't like going to the bars or pubs. They're like Starbucks, but only MUCH cheaper. There are usually some snacks too, if you're hungry.

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  • All food in Taiwan is fantastic!

    1) Portugese Egg Tarts at KFC.2) Ah Gei - fried toufo sutffed with mince meat, and tang hoon.3) Mi Gao - this is rice cooked in bambo with nice sauce, chicken bits, mushroom. >4) hua zi - octopus, squid, cuttlefish cooked in soupy gravy (Shilin Night Market)5) the famous chicken cutlet (Shilin NM - you won't miss it, look for long queue!)6) guo...

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  • Map for Glutton- in the Night Market 2

    Cool, I can't believe this. For the very first time I see people eating hot pot in the street. Cool, and it's very cheap. It only cost you NT100. (US1=NT33) Basically, it contains everthing that you can find in a restaurant. Sadly, I never find one in a Taipeian night market. If you ever see one in my city, please inform me. I will rush there. This...

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  • Map for Glutton- in the Night Market 2

    In almost every night market, you can find a Taiwanese-Satay stand. It's always to delicious. The thing that I love most is "Phoenix Tail." Well, I am not gonna tell you what that exactly is, because so many people think it's ... so that they lose a chance to taste something really appealing. Also, here you can find some standardised product like...

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  • Map for Glutton- in the Night Market 1

    In almost all of our local night markets, you can easily find a "Steak House." Although it's REALLY not western. In you plat, you can see a thick meat with some noodle and always an egg, if you are lucky enough, you would find some snap bean. Visitors can chose from chicken, pork, beaf and sometimes ribs. Generally, tea and soup is served in an...

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