Located nearby Yongkang Street 永康街, this German restaurant specialised in Pork Knuckle. In fact, that’s why I went there.. Their full menu available for dinner time. I think their lunch set is reasonably priced. First up, Soup with Focaccia. Dense and slightly crispy Focaccia bread, creamy thick potato soup. Both are nice..Fresh salad with Japanese sesame dressing. Continue reading
With two convenient locations: one at Yongkang Street 永康街 and one near National Taiwan University台大, 希臘左巴 is a restaurant serving Greek and Mediterranean food, worth to try if you ask me. The food is reasonably priced, portion size are big enough and they taste good! The menu is on their website http://www.greekgo.htm.twNice little restaurant with their flag too..!傳統雞豆泥湯 Fasolada Bean Soup. This tastes a bit like Italian Minestrone Soup, except that there aren’t any pasta or veggies in it, and there is barely any bean in the soup either! Next time I’ll opt for other option..
Panos is a Belgian Cafe, serving various Belgian beers, as well as sandwiches, pasta and other light meals. For me personally, the food are reasonably priced and also quite nice. And the best thing about Panos is that they are open early! Sometimes I’m just so frustrated to find early lunch shop as restaurants and cafes here mostly open after 11 or even 11.30, but Panos opens at 7am, great! Here are some food I’ve tried.. Continue reading
It’s quite rare to walk pass a German restaurant in Taipei I must say, so when I do, I can’t help but to try it.. With several branches in Taipei, Oma’s Restaurant & Bakery is one of those rare ones..! They are open for lunch, afternoon tea as well as dinner. Even though dining in here is a bit to the pricier side, but well worth it for first-timer.
The one I visited located on Yongkang Street, near Shida (NTNU).German’s bread and cakes..
With two locations (the other one at Gongguan 公館), 金雞園 is a well-known old shop that sells various Taiwanese food and snacks with cheap price. Their小籠包 Xiao Long Bao especially, they are nice and juicy, and half the price of Din Tai Fung. They also sell various dumplings, pastry, noodles, rice dishes as well as soups.. 蝦仁燒賣: these are OK..Century egg with tofu: simple and nice.. Continue reading
Apparently, 度小月 is a very popular ‘Taiwan Classic’ restaurant out there, so decided to give it a try.. Here:
擔仔麵, 滷鴨蛋 Danzai Noodle with Braised Egg: Extremely small portion of noodle with minced pork, one prawn and garlic paste. Tasted nice though..蒜泥鮮蚵: Japanese soft tofu and boiled oyster with sweetish sauce. Nothing special, but it’s simple and fresh and nice.
祖傳肉燥飯: Minced pork rice. Again, nothing spectacular but it is good.. Continue reading
It is said that one of the earliest Taiwan cuisine is Tainan food, and so if you want to have “authentic” Taiwanese cuisine, then you must try Tainan Cuisine. There is one such restaurant on the main Yongkang Street, it should be quite easy to find, you will certainly spot it if you walk along the street.. Here it is:They are famous for their Bawan (肉丸): huge dumpling made from rice flour with pork and shrimp filling, it is served with thick sweet sauce. Continue reading