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Dihua street. Oldest street in Taipei. Old money. Lots of it. Crouching tiger hidden dragon – meaning you would not know it if you weren’t told about it. Multi-millionaires, billionaires, and multi-billionaires walking amongst their employee hundred-thousand-aires, and the common, … Continue reading
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I won’t lie. I walked into the restaurant with both an off-the-charts expectation of great dim sum and an all-encompassing fear of a huge disappointment. Why this bipolarity? Chef Tony. Chef Tony of Sea Harbour. To be more exact: Sea … Continue reading
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I’ll make it real simple: If you visit only one Taiwanese restaurant in your lifetime, it absolutely has to be Shin Yeh Taiwanese Cuisine. No, it is not regarded as the best restaurant in Taiwan. And no, it does not … Continue reading
Tagged almond tofu, calamari, chicken, filet mignon, kidney, liver, rice balls, rice noodles, rolls, ruen bing, Shin Yeh, shrimp, squid, Taipei, Taiwan, Taiwanese, three cups
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There is a class of restaurants in Taiwan where the owner tries to impose his/her own philosophies, ideologies, world views, and personality on the diners who visit his/her restaurant. The owner is usually charismatic, often spewing out his or her … Continue reading
Tagged beef, chicken, fish belly, pork hock, rice noodles, shrimp, soup, stir-fried, Taipei, Taiwan, Taiwanese, three cups, tofu