Taipei Shih Restaurants

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Taipei Shih Restaurants

  • Din Tai Fung

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    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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  • Formosa Regent

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    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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  • Beef Noodle

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    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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  • Ah Zhong Mian Xian

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    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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  • Chitaka

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    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

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    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

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    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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  • Snowflake Ice desserts

    I've tried icy desserts like Ice Kachang (Red bean ice dessert), but it was my first time trying ice desserts where the ice was SO fine that it just look like snow! With the toppings of your choice, the dessert, known as snow flake desserts, was interesting and delicious. This shop, along one of the street in Shilin night market, was really crowded...

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  • Jiufen old street local delight

    As you walk along the Jiufen old street, you'll see many stalls selling taro balls desserts. Taro balls desserts: A bowl of yam balls and sweet potatos balls with sweet soup base. They have it hot or cold. I saw a very popular stall along the Jiufen old street called Lai Ah Po, was filled with people crowding around the small stall. I didn't try...

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  • Tai Yang Bing

    Tai Yang Bing, a local pastry which is flaky on the outside and soft with malt filling on the inside. It's similar to Lao Po Bing, just that Lao Po Bing is filled with winter melon sugar while Tai Yang Bing is malt. When I read about Tai Yang Bing on the travel forum, I thought I won't be very interested in it. However, when I tried Li Yi's, hey,...

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  • Beef Noodle

    If you've read forum replies in Tripadvisors, you may have read about this Taoyuan beef noodles, voted the best by many forumers. I've tried their beef noodle (Hong Shao flavour) and their beef slices are a notch above others. I find the noodle okay but the beef slices, although thick cuts, were so tender and well cooked that it breaks easily when...

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  • Wax apple - "Hei Zhen Zhu (Black Pearl)"

    I'm not recommending any particular restaurant but introducing a local fruit "Wax Apple". In chinese it's called Lian Wu. It's also commonly known as "Jumbu". It taste very different from other fruits. A fresh good, ripe wax apple feels hard. When you bite it, it's very crunchy yet very juicy because it's very porous. The taste can be very sweet...

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  • Pineapple pastry

    One popular pastry that tourists love to buy back home from Taiwan would be the pineapple pastry. In Taiwan, it's butter pastry usually shaped in a cube filled with pineapple paste. The pineapple paste is usually made from real pineapples and so you could still taste the rough texture of real pineapple fruit when you eat the pastry.After being in...

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  • Seow Bak Zang! (Hot rice meat dumpling)

    Taiwanese style of meat dumplings known as "Bak Zang" is made up of big chunks of pork meat, usually with a half dried chinese mushroom, a chestnut wrapped in glutinous rice that was pre stir fried with soya sauce and dried shrimps. Sometimes peanuts were also added.I was so deprived of such rice dumplings in GZ that I so wanted to eat them in...

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  • Local food: Oyster Omelette

    Oyster omelette (commonly known as "Or R Jian") is another local dish easily found in street stalls, restaurants and night markets. Ingredients includes eggs, starch water and oyster and vegetables, pan fried into omelette. Served hot with a slightly sweet red sauce on top. It's quite nice, slightly different from those you find in say, Singapore....

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  • Local food: Ru Rou Fan (Braised meat...

    You'll find this dish everywhere in restaurants, in night markets, in roadside stalls or foodcourts etc. It's braised pork meat with gravy on plain rice. You can eat it by it's own because it's tasty and have pieces of tiny pork meat in it. Or, usually people will order it to go with other dishes, say, pork chop, preserved side dishes, soup etc,...

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  • Big sausage wrap small sausage (direct...

    You can find this dish in almost all night market. In chinese, it's called "Da Chang Bao Xiao Chang". It's actually taiwanese sausage wrapped in a bigger sausage made of glutinous rice. When I read about it in other travel webpages, i thought it would not be anything special. But wow, the one I tried at Danshui old street, it was really good! At...

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  • Danshui signature food

    When people talk about Danshui signature food, it will be A-gei and Iron balls. A-gei: Big square tofu filled with vermicelli inside, served with sauce.Iron balls: Pigeon eggs braised for a prolong time until it's more bouncy than normal braised egg.

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  • Deep fried pork ribs chop in XMD

    A traditional taiwanese food is the pork rib rice (Pai Gu Fan). One popular restaurant among many travellers/ tourists is this restaurant situated at one of the alley in Ximending (XMD).They deep fried the meaty pork rib and serve it with rice topped with stripped braised tofu, braised minced meat and veg. The pork rib was tender and juicy and it...

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  • Store that sells Taiwanese sausages

    This store is quite famous for its bbq beef slices (Rou Gan) and taiwanese sausages. All are in vacuum packs so don't expect to walk in and buy a taiwanese sausage to eat on the spot.They have seven stores in Taipei, the address i provided is the one at Ximending. BBQ beef slices- fruit flavour

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  • Almond dessert

    We had almond desset at this shop in Ximending's area called Yu's almond tofu. Everything it sells is related to almond. Almond drink, almond tofu jelly, almond soup with toppings of your choice etc. The almond taste of the almond soup was strong but not fantastic bcos most of their toppings tasted almost the same. Overall, to me it tasted okay. I...

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  • Eating Mien Hsien on the street,...

    Ay Chung Mien Hsien is one store at Ximending (XMD) selling local dish called Mien Hsien. It's a kind of very fine noodles, as fine as bee hoon. It's cooked in thick soup, near to gravy style. Cooked with small slices of pig intestine and garnish with parsley, you eat it with a spoon. There's no seats provided and there's always a queue during meal...

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  • Jioufen, Jee-Shan street

    1) Taro rice cake: the field is smaller than normal one. With taro cuttings on the top and has strong taste of taro and red onlion. It's the best taro rice cake so far I have ever eaten. 2) Taro ball soup: made of taro and sweet potato flour, it offers you both hot or cold. Pan-A-Po is the most famous store.

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  • Don't Miss it

    This is a Must Go Night Market. It’s OK if you miss out other but not this.Shi lin is very big. It’s separated into 2 parts. 1st part are more for eating while the 2nd part is for clothing.

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  • Try this too

    While walking along dan shui, I saw a lot of food store selling “Ah Gei”. Out of curiosity, I went into one of them and try. It’s bean curds and tang fen with sauce. It’s appetizing.

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  • It's Great

    Look at the Pix. It’s a must for you to try this, so yummy. The fruit are sweet, juicy and fresh. It cost NT$60 only.

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  • Have to EAT

    Take the MRT to Daan, then change to the bus number 20/ 204/ 22 / 38 and alight at Yong Kang St. You will be able to see the Signboard at the bus stop. If you really can’t find it, look around and find for crowd, because that will be Ding Tai Feng. Remember to give Ding Tai Feng a call 1st to make reservation. If not, you will have to wait for abt...

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  • Food paradise

    The huge food market will fill any empty stomach in no time. famous chicken cutlet: stall 534guan cai ban(thick toast with filling inside)stall 244teppanyaki: stall 89tempura: stall 193fried ice-cream: stall 372steak: stall319dessert: stall 427rest: still experimenting.............ps:can't finish all stalls in one trip

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  • don't miss " kiss & get beer free"

    nice place to spend ur weekend..........kiss ur buddy & get a mug of beer free....he...he..he..steve kiss to vanida first then others follows to get the chance.....wow ! i was confuse to what to eat coz ,there was nothing veg for my test ......i just had some snacks.

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  • Food Stall in night market

    This stall is selling mutton noodles and oyster noodles. Hmm.. no english wroten in here, just notice the real thing

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  • Another Night Market

    Not a big market. I went here just because near to the hotel i stayed. As all night market in Taiwan, there got many stall of foods, clothes, shoes etc.

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  • you can eat manyyyy thing

    Not a restaurant tho-For going to Taiwan, you cannot missed to visit their Night Market.Shi Lin Night Market is the biggest Night Market in Taipei. Not only eat, you can buy a lot thing in bargain price in here also. Try the Fried Oyster, my favorite food.

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