Food Products From Taiwan

As you’ve seen from my previous posts Taiwan is such a foodie country. From the night markets to the supermarkets the types of foodstuff to buy are mind boggling. Imagine if the labels were in English I would have been tempted to buy stuff. Here are some of the stuff I bought that I highly recommendContinue reading “Food Products From Taiwan”

Shaved Ice at Cold Layers

After lunch at Yumemiya Japanese Cafe we tried out the new dessert place at Northeast Square called Cold Layers. Not really dessert but these dried mushroom cookies were sold in the store.dried mushroom cookies The shaved ice was similar to Lugang Cafe’s version but pushed another notch higher. For one Cold Layers had more flavors andContinue reading “Shaved Ice at Cold Layers”

Dinner at Feng Wei Wee

This is the best fried rice I’ve ever eaten. I never got the chance to eat at Feng Wei Wee when it was turo-turo (literally point-point) style. They used to have a variety of ready cooked dishes for you to choose from. I’m happy that they renovated and is now a full-pledged restaurant. I never liked wholeContinue reading “Dinner at Feng Wei Wee”

Dinner at King’s Dumpling

There were so many dining options to choose from at The One but  finally we chose King’s Dumpling. King’s Dumpling is a popular restaurant chain from Shenzhen where they have many branches. They offer Taiwanese food just like Crytal Jade and many others. It seems Taiwanese food is popping up in Hong Kong and ManilaContinue reading “Dinner at King’s Dumpling”

Ay-Sheng Flour-Rice Noodle 阿升麵線

When I went to Crumbs in Mongkok I noticed a stall right next to it that sold all sorts of Taiwanese food. It reminded me of my recent trip to Taipei so I checked it out. They sold popular Taiwanese snacks like fried chicken cutlets, minced pork on rice and cuttlefish balls. Their most popularContinue reading “Ay-Sheng Flour-Rice Noodle 阿升麵線”