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A Must-Try Breakfast Spot in Taipei: Fuhang Soy Milk

Fuhang Soy Milk (阜杭豆漿), which has been in business since 1958, is a famous breakfast spot in Taiwan. Located in the Zhongzheng district of Taipei, this humble establishment has gained a cult following for its delectable soy milk, crispy you tiao, and other traditional Taiwanese breakfast staples. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, a visit to Fuhang Soy Milk is a must-do experience.

Getting there

Fuhang Soy Milk is situated on the second floor of the Hua Shan Market building, which can be conveniently accessed via the Bannan/Blue Line of the MRT. To reach the market, simply exit at Shandao Temple Station (BL13) Exit 5 and take a short walk.

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Be prepared to queue

Fuhang Soy Milk

The line for Fuhang Soy Milk forms at the entrance of the market on Shaoxing South Road and extends up the stairs to the second floor, where the food court is located.

Fuhang Soy Milk

As you approach, you will notice that the kitchen and cooking area of Fuhang Soy Milk are visible to customers, and the staff are diligently working at their stations to meet the demand for every breakfast item and ensure everything runs smoothly.

While there are other food stalls in the food court offering different dishes, it is apparent that most, if not all, customers are there to enjoy Fuhang Soy Milk’s breakfast offerings. This is a testament to the immense popularity of Fuhang Soy Milk.

Best time to visit

Fuhang Soy Milk is open every day except for Mondays, with an opening time of 5:30 am. Its most popular items are typically sold out by mid-morning, so it is advisable to visit the shop early in the morning or during weekdays to avoid the long queues. However, if you’re not a morning person, you can still enjoy Fuhang Soy Milk’s delicious food later in the day – just be prepared to wait in line.


Fuhang Soy Milk menu

Fuhang Soy Milk offers menus in English, Japanese, and Korean, so language barriers should not be a concern.

The breakfast menu features a broad selection of dishes, with the soy milk being the highlight. The soy milk is freshly made every day and is served hot or cold and in sweet or savoury variations. Other breakfast options include fried dough sticks, thick bread, sesame flatbread, egg rolls, rice rolls, and other pastries.

Affordable menu options

Prices at Fuhang Soy Milk are very affordable, ranging from NT$15 for a sunny side up egg to NT$30 for soy milk, with nothing on the menu exceeding NT$75. A sesame flatbread with egg costs NT$40, while thick bread with egg and donut stick is priced at NT$75.

Efficient service

The staff at Fuhang Soy Milk are incredibly efficient, with speedy service and order-taking. To reduce waiting times for other customers, it is recommended to decide in advance what to order rather than making a decision on the spot.

Here’s what we ordered:

Fuhang Soy Milk

Hot Rice Milk 熱米漿

Wanted to try something new so we got the Hot Rice Milk. It was very rich and aromatic. Not too sweet. It had the fragrance of brown rice and was somewhat nutty.

Fuhang Soy Milk

Salty Soy Milk 鹹豆漿

I really liked the Salty Soy Milk; it reminded me of having porridge, but in a soy beancurd form. The soy fragrance was robust. The addition of dried shrimps, preserved radish, you tiao and spring onions gave it extra flavour and texture. Delicious!

Fuhang Soy Milk

Signature Thick Bread with Eggs and Donut Stick 厚蛋夾油條

This looked like a Chinese-style sandwich made with shao bing. When I picked it up, it felt really substantial. The thick shao bing had a slightly chewy texture with a crispy crust, and it had a sweet and salty flavour that was enjoyable on its own. The you tiao (donut stick) was crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, and the soft egg omelette had a nice fragrance of spring onions. When I took a big bite of the sandwich, I was impressed by how well all the different textures and flavours worked together. If you love carbs, you’ll definitely enjoy this!

Fuhang Soy Milk

Sesame Flat Bread with Scrambled Eggs 薄餅夾蛋

The thin shao bing was completely different from the thick one as it was lighter and more flaky in texture. If you’re looking for something less dense, this would be a better choice than the thick bread.

Fuhang Soy Milk

Egg Roll with Donut Stick 蛋餅夾油條

The dan bing had a soft and springy texture, which provided a nice contrast with the crispy you tiao.


Fuhang Soy Milk offers great value for money considering the quality and freshness of their food and drink items. Overall, it is a must-visit food spot in Taipei. The lively and bustling atmosphere, along with the delicious and fresh food and drink offerings, efficient and friendly staff, and reasonable prices, make it an excellent choice. We highly recommend giving Fuhang Soy Milk a try for a taste of traditional Taiwanese breakfast!

Fuhang Soy Milk 阜杭豆漿
Stall 28, 2F, Huashan Market
108, Section 1, Zhongxiao E Rd
Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 100
5.30am to 12.30pm Tue-Sun
Closed on Mondays

+886 2 2392 2175

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