A poor translation, but nonetheless, not a bad dish. I probably wouldn’t order it again, as I have had better elsewhere. But, it’s still alright. There was too much sauce for my liking, but when you’ve let the salty sauce drain off, the flavour from the tofu is just fine.
Again, it isn’t going to set the world alight with news of incredible bamboo, but it’s a tasty way to get your veggies in for the day.
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I do enjoy squid, this one was very distinctly average, though. My recommendation: don’t bother. Check out RaoHe nightmarket’s squid stall, instead.
It’s tough to decide whether this or the mushroom and pork gravy over rice are the best dishes, so why not just have both? It’s no secret that I love me some pork belly (I even cooked it for Christmas day!), and done this way in individual soup pots really intensifies the broth flavour and forces the meat to become effortlessly delicate. The flavour is good, the texture is good and the soup is clean and lovely – top marks.
My final thought
If you’re in the area, then drop by. If you live far away, then there are possibly better alternatives if your craving is for the pork gravy over rice, such as: JinFeng in GuTing or ChangJi pig blood soup near YuanShan.
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No. 144, BaDe Road, Section 3, SongShan District, Taipei City