Quarantine sucks. This is food I am going to run to as fast as possible when my 14 days is finished.
Spicy risotto and tasty spaghetti.
Delicious Taiwanese breakfast at CiSheng Temple. This comes highly recommended. Really, top breakfast right here.
A truly authentic Taiwanese experience, with delicious food and interesting surroundings, in the heart of the city.
天天利, Ximen. A good, cheap, Taiwanese restaurant. Solid choice if you’re in Ximen.
“Taipei is a city that has incredibly rich gastronomic history and the variety of cuisines available is amazing. Taipei has also given birth to a truly dynamic and innovative dining scene—much to the delight of a local clientele that is ever more curious to discover new flavors and different experiences.”, Michael Ellis, International Director of the Michelin Guides.
Business lunch – very good value for money. Fresh sushi, great flavours, fun flare.
ATT 4 Fun has lots of food. This Singaporean is just one of them. Great crab and some delicious pork rib soup.
Solid sushi, open from 07:00 inside DongMen Market. Definitely worth checking out.
XinYi District is, overall, pretty pricey. This Thai places definitely isn’t, and is pretty tasty, to boot!
A round-up of the best of 2017 on Eating in Taipei. Happy New Year, all!
Not bad, not great, but worth a shot.