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The Original Din Tai Fung on Xinyi Road 鼎泰豐 信義店

Din Tai Fung is a world-renowned restaurant chain that originated in Taiwan. It was founded in Taipei in 1958 and has since expanded to locations all over the world, including Australia, Japan, the United States, China, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and others. They are famous for their xiao long bao (小笼包), a type of steamed […]

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Tian Jin Onion Pancake 天津蔥抓餅

We noticed a long line opposite the road, right outside the Tian Jin Onion Pancake shop, while we were enjoying our mango shaved ice dessert at Smoothie House. This modest-looking stall shares the same space with Thanh Ky Vietnamese Restaurant (誠記越南麵食館). Tian Jin Onion Pancake specialises in Taiwanese scallion pancake (also known as green onion […]

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Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle 阿宗麵線 in Ximending

If you could only eat one thing in Ximending, make sure it’s Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle (阿宗麵線)! Funny thing is, mian xian (麵線 or mee sua) is never one of my preferred style of noodles previously. But I’m so addicted to Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle after trying it that I had to come back a couple of […]

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Fuzhou Shizu Pepper Cake

Stumbled upon Fuzhou Shizu Pepper Cake (a.k.a. Fuzhou Ancestral Pepper Cake) when we were exploring the neighbourhood where our hotel was located in. Thought we could only get these 胡椒餅 (pepper cakes) from their stall at Raohe Street Night Market so it was a pleasant surprise to see this outlet near us. We had planned […]

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Yong He Dou Jiang Da Wang | Authentic Taiwanese Breakfast

No Taiwan trip would be complete without having an authentic Taiwanese breakfast at a local establishment. Yong He Dou Jiang Da Wang 永和豆漿大王 is one of such popular breakfast joints in Taipei. Same name but different entities You may not be aware but there are actually many other Taiwanese breakfast places with the same name. […]

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Dingtop1 Tempura 頂級甜不辣

After a super satisfying ‘lu rou fan’ dinner at Wang’s Broth, which is located in Huaxi Street Night Market, we ventured out of the area to see what was around. Spotted another night market at the nearby Guangzhou Street. Guangzhou Street Night Market 广州街夜市 The Guangzhou Street Night Market stretches 150m between Wuzhou Street and […]

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Wang’s Broth @ Huaxi Street Night Market

We got back to the city centre at almost 6pm after our Yehliu Geopark, Jiufen and Shifen Day Tour with Klook. The coach driver kindly dropped us off at Ximen metro station (instead of the original meeting/pick-up point at Taipei Main Station) as we wanted to check out Ximending and also go to Huaxi Street […]

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[CLOSED] Taiwan Railway Bento 台湾鐵路便當 @ CT Hub (Kallang)

Update: This outlet had closed. Bentos were first introduced to Taiwan by the Japanese many decades ago and railway bentos simply grew in popularity as people packed rice boxes to eat onboard the train during long inter-city journeys. Unlike the Japanese equivalent that’s normally chilled, Taiwanese railway bentos are served hot with a wide variety […]

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Taiwan’s Ji Guang Delicious Fried Chicken 继光香香鸡 is now open at Tiong Bahru Plaza

Here chicky chicky…a new Chicken is in town! And its first outlet has just opened at Tiong Bahru Plaza. Founded in Tai Chung, Taiwan since 1973, Ji Guang Delicious Fried Chicken has been a household name among the locals and also a big hit with tourists. If you’ve ever tried J&G Fried Chicken, you’d probably […]

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