Hsinchu Restaurants

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    Teppan yaki

    by 6aruna Written May 19, 2013

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    Teppen yaki is a Japanese form of cuisine .Cooking is done on a large iron hotplate .All the customers sit around the table and watch and are served straight from the oven. There is no seperate table .For starters we had a cold drink/ loocha followed by a bowl of rice ,steamed sprouts, large quantities of fried cabbage and any meat /fish/ egg/ mushroom /any other vegetables.This was very filling and for me a new experience.Student meal is also available for a fixed price.

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    shops around Cheng huang temple: ethnic cuisine

    by 6aruna Written Mar 19, 2013

    This place is bustling with tourists and vendors.You can look around and choose food.Nobody speaks chinese so you choose the food which looks pleasing to your eye .Everything is straight from oven,piping hot.It can be an assault on your senses but that is what is called local cuisine.I loved sampling it.

    Favorite Dish: Rice dumplings filled with something ,cooked in something :).They provide a small wooden fork which breaks easily.Chopsticks are ideal;better learn it.

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    Barbecue

    by 6aruna Updated Mar 17, 2013

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    You have to be pretty fast.conversation almost minimum.Service very good.You pay per head.they provide you a table with an oven and burner and meat , seafood, fish mushrooms,tarro, rice cakes pigs blood cake, duck, chicken and vegetables any thing which can be barbecued,Beverages and icecream on the side.a novel experience during the cold february night.

    Favorite Dish: barbecued meat,tarro,rice cake and sweet peanut side dish.

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    Shabu shabu: Hot pot

    by 6aruna Written Mar 17, 2013

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    This is a wonderful restaurant with an elegant interior.The theme is hot pot .chinese style .you are provided with a soup dish and a burner in your table.You choose the vegetables ,meat products,seafood,roots,legumes,sprouts which you want to stew in the soup and eat it according to your taste.the food stuffs you have added will cook in the broth and you can eat it at leisure.They also provide drinks,snacks icecreams,coffee ,tea and a variety of chinese stuff.book early.The place is crowded and you have to spend atleast two hours in the restaurant.It closes at 11pm.This is the way chinese spend New year in their home.Leisurely amid conversation.

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    Tokyo Tokyo: Who Loves Seafood?

    by rottenbadtz Updated Feb 5, 2009

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    If you love seafood well this is the place to go....everything here is eat all you can from beverages to dessert for only 500 to 700 NT.
    This restaurant is actually have many branches all over Taiwan and especially in the Philippines where you can see mostly in malls there...
    No dine out...dont be like a thief everyone is watching you, you just dont know...
    Got live music too and have english songs, you can request if you like.

    Favorite Dish: Well im bit allergic to shrimps if not fresh....but this actually where i find not the one that would make my lips sore just eating shrimps.
    Vegetable salads too.

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    STEAK HOUSE: SMOKIN' STEAK

    by rottenbadtz Written Jan 4, 2009

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    OH! What can i say i really love this place.Hey, maybe every restaurant ive been' i love it.We Filipinos call it "katakawan" and the other phrase is "walang sinasanto pagdating sa pagkain" any body help me translate it in english?! ;) Maybe *JumpingNorman* could help me ;)
    And of course what i love most is EAT ALL YOU CAN.I wont tired looking for restaurant like this cheaper and always full hahaha! I love the corn soup,salads and fruits etc. serves for eat all you can....i have to eat some while waiting for the order my favorite dish THE BEEF STEAK...
    i cant wait to see the smokin' pasta beside and sunny side up egg a half cooked actually and the best of all the best for me the beef.....hmmmmmmmmmmmmm....my friends say they love chicken thats their favorite.I just love chicken of our own hehehe! the native chicken of the Philippines.I miss it.
    So cheap it is less than 10 US$...
    Eating and enjoying the view of the center city of Hsinchu.Nice i love it!

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    GOU DAH YEIH: SIZZLING SEAFOODS

    by rottenbadtz Written Dec 21, 2008

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    Eating in a table of four ..i am excited to see the menu...lol! i cannot understand what is written on it....thanks to my friend who's local here orders for us....it is actually eat all you can again in 3 different servings... you can choose anything you like ...of course seafood again! YEN! attack......! my collegue said...lol!
    We cook it , just in front of us' in the table.The other half is spicy and the other is not....hmmmmmmmmmm yummmy....i love the mushrooms many kinds of it.Fresh vegetables and fruits i cant wait to eat...
    Again this reservation only good for 2 hours...in 3 different servings... you can eat as fast as you can...lol!
    What more can i say this restaurant is always full...it means very cheap and satisfied....guys what are you waitin' for try this one....!

    Favorite Dish: Shrimp and the Shawarma ....geeeeeeeee e call it shawarma in the Philippines.
    I love the mushrooms too and the fact is it is spicy and hot....

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