Next to where I stay, there’s Pho Oz Vietnamese Noodle, which I have walked passed for many many times and it always smells so good.. One day, finally, decided to give it a try.. Pork Mince Steam Roll 越南豬肉腸粉: Instead of trying the typical ‘Rice paper prawn roll’, we decided to go for another variety. This is very similar to those Cantonese Dimsum Steam BBQ Pork Roll. It is good but not that good that I will have more of it. Continue reading
There are quite a few pub/bar around Da’an District and On Tap is one of them. They call themselves “Taipei’s Only Real Pub” and I could see why.. Comprehensive food menu, “on tap” beer, bottled beer, shots, spirits, makes this pub a nice place to hang around.. They also have daily specials, which is worth checking out.. Condiments for your food.. Continue reading
The Diner is one of Taipei’s well-known American style brunch spots, it is full nearly every time, so make sure to book beforehand to secure a table. Their sweet potato series and lunch specials. Their full menu is on their website (see below).
Stumbled upon this cafe one Sunday morning and managed to secure myself a table to try out their food.. Approximately 5 minutes walk from Dongmen MRT Station (Orange Line), this cafe focuses upon their food and service quality, which can be seen by their “open kitchen” concept. When you enter the cafe, you are welcomed by their friendly staff, and you can watch the skilfully-trained chefs preparing orders. Their seats are mostly on “lower ground”.. Continue reading
A mere 5 minutes walk from Liuzhangli Metro Station (六張犁捷運站), you’ll come across this cute cozy 2-storey cafe called Duomo Cafe. This cafe has a very nice relaxed atmosphere, shown from their interior design, I have seen people doing photoshoot session here. Their food is reasonably priced, and they taste accordingly. Their coffee and tea are good as well.. Cute little animals??Second floor.. Continue reading