I can’t believe we stayed an entire day in Taipei 101’s mall considering I didn’t do any shopping in the super high end stores. We decided to eat an early dinner at the food court before going back to the hotel.
This outlet specialized in oyster pancakes and they had several combination sets that included the oyster pancake.
Rochelle’s mom had this set which included fish balls soup, veggies, noodles and an oyster pancake. Sad to say none of it were good. The oyster pancake contained maybe 1 oyster and lots of eggs and starch only.
Chris had a bowl of beef noodle soup from a store called Premier Beef Noodle. With a name like that it must be good.
It does look good doesn’t it? Chris said it was a little disappointing. It was just ordinary.
I saw a kid eating this at the next table and it appealed to me so I looked for the store that sold it. It was just across our table so I bought it.
It’s actually a hot plate with lots of veggies, beef and a raw egg which cooked very quickly from the heat of the plate. It was edible but again nothing special. The beef was tender enough but it wasn’t very tasty.
Rochelle’s son had this sad looking and tasting udon noodle soup.
Rochelle bypassed dinner for a big bowl of Chinese dessert.
The dessert she chose was made up of different kinds of beans in a sweet syrupy soup. I didn’t like it at all but Rochelle loved it.
I like Paolo’s idea of dessert more. He bought a mochi type dessert from this Japanese store.
Peach filling with whipped cream inside a sticky mochi dough