This place feels pretty typical of SanChong – the best places look like the worst!…
Delicious food in an unassuming location. If you’re in for some outlet shopping in LinKou and don’t fancy an incredible burger at Kua Aina Burger, then ShinYeh might be for you.
A day out in DanShui finished off in (Taiwanese) style
Impress your friends by introducing them to this ‘entry level’ Taiwanese snack.
Legendary pork chop, in a time capsule-like restaurant right near Main Station.
Simple, relaxed, and tasty. What’s not to love? I’ll be back, that’s for sure.
Cheap eats for a meal on-the-go in YongHe near DingXi MRT.
A great alternative to DingTaiFeng with a couple of branches across the city. HangZhou is worth a shout.
Not a fan of Loofa, ordinarily, but these loofa (mixed with pork) soup dumplings really surprised me.
No-frills Taiwanese staples for a cold winters evening in the city
Steamed bun, meet delicious slow-cooked pork, meet peanut sugar powder, sprinkle with coriander to finish. Done. So good.
OK, so go with me here. Century egg, inside noodles?? Yep, this is good!