I don’t know what this is, but it looks pretty amazing.
No. 68, Songgao Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, 110
Apparently Hakka fried noodles (客家炒麵, NT$90) is mushu fried noodles with a slightly different sauce – at least at this restaurant. Also ordered shrimp fried rice for the kid (蝦仁炒飯, NT$90). They offer unlimited green bean soup (which, according to the sign, is sometimes red bean soup).
I’d come again to try more of their 熱炒 dishes. Convenient if you’re in the Wufenpu clothing district.
No. 146號, Songshan Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, 110
A yakiniku kind of day. Love the runny egg. This was the first thing on the menu, 大豚山丼飯 for NT$200. Pretty decent portion, and self-serve tea + miso soup.
106, Taipei City, Da’an District, Section 2, Jilong Road, 166號
Getting ready for Halloween with Captain America…
Not sure why and when people use simplified characters in Taiwan. If it were simply a matter of ease in writing, it would be more prevalent. Here it says 周年庆 instead of 週年慶.
Streetside xiaolongbao 小籠包 + 蔥油餅 at Da’an market.
No. 60-76號, Section 4, Xinyi Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, 106
Double dog stroller 🙄 Not sure I’ll ever fully understand this…
Watching an old school Hong Kong police film at an old school knife noodle shop. In the film, a young, water-skiing Tony Leung gets hit by lightning – and thus his hair is as pictured.
I was looking for appropriate hyphenation, actually.
I was starting to feel meh about the noodles at Kiki’s Noodle Bar, but this sure was tasty — and not noodles. 😀 蒼蠅頭拌飯
No. 17號, Lane 186, Section 4, Xinyi Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, 106