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Best Food in Taipei

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Food plays a major role in Taiwanese culture, and the small island's overwhelming number of delicious eats means that Taiwan is quickly cementing itself as one of the world's best destinations for food lovers. You'll find everything from incredible cheap eats at the night markets to world-renowned Michelin-starred chefs among this island's diverse culinary scene. From Mainland Chinese, Taiwanese, and even local aboriginal cuisines, to Asian, European, and American fare — you can spend years eating your way through Taipei (like I did!). Scratch the surface of this amazing culinary destination with my introductory guide to some of the best areas, markets, and notable restaurants in the city.

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15 Places

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15 Places

Din Tai Fung (Xinyi)

Restaurants

Raohe Street Night Market

Flea & Street Markets

Tao-Yuan-Street Beef Noodle Shop

Restaurants

Shin Yeh - Originated

Restaurants

Sunny Hills

Restaurants

Yongkang Street

Gift & Specialty Shops

Taipei 101

Architectural Buildings, Observation Decks & Towers

Shilin Nightmarket

Flea & Street Markets

Shenkeng Tofu Street

Points of Interest & Landmarks

Ningxia Nightmarket

Gift & Specialty Shops

Chun Shui Tang (Kuang Nan)

Restaurants

Wulai

Historic Sites, Neighborhoods

Mala Yuanyang Hotpot

Restaurants

Fuhang Soy Milk

Restaurants

Ice Monster

Restaurants

Erin D's City Tips

  • In local and traditional restaurants, tipping is not usually expected as the service charge is added to the bill automatically.
  • Exploring the cuisine in Taipei is best done on foot. Take the MRT (Taipei Metro) to a big station and just wander the streets.
  • Chopsticks and spoons are the main utensils in most Taiwanese restaurants. Western chains will have forks and knives, but small "mom and pop" local places may not.
  • In western restaurants and foreign chains, you'll more than likely be expected to tip and the menu will note whether service is included.
  • You'll find an endless number of alleyways and small streets filled with great eats, along with popular night markets in most neighborhoods.
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    Din Tai Fung (Xinyi)
    Restaurants (Chinese, Asian, Taiwanese, Soups)
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    Erin D Says:

    Renowned for its 'xiaolongbao' (soup dumplings), the original branch of Din Tai Fung (DTF), is one of the most visited restaurants in Taipei. Although xiaolongbao are called dumplings, the name 'bao' is translated to bun, while xiaolong refers to the small steamer baskets they are served in. Xiaolongbao originated in Shanghai and Din Tai Fung's founder relocated to Taiwan after fleeing the Chinese Civil War. Yang Bingyi started DTF as a cooking oil store, but after a decline in the industry, he turned half the shop into a space for making xiaolongbao. By the 1980's, he stopped selling oil completely and became a full-service restaurant. Today, there are Din Tai Fung locations throughout Taiwan and around the world in places like Australia, the United States, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and South Korea. Many purists, myself included, feel the locations outside Taiwan are not quite the same as experiencing an authentic xiaolongbao from the locations within Taipei. What sets the xiaolongbao at Din Tai Fung apart is the perfectly pleated skin and the right amount of filling. Chefs spend months learning the pleating process — a detail Din Tai Fung does not take lightly. Be sure to watch chefs making the dumplings in the large open kitchen windows — a trademark of all Din Tai Fung locations.

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    Tips
    • When there is a line, be sure to grab a menu and order sheet to speed things along. That way when you are being seated, your order goes straight in to the kitchen.
    • Order more than just xiaolongbao — the spicy wontons, noodles, pickled cucumbers, shumai, and bamboo (when in season) are also noteworthy menu items.
    • There are other Din Tai Fung locations in Taipei that often have shorter lines with the same quality food — try Zhongxiao Fuxing, Taipei 101, or Tienmu.
    • Expect long lines most days for the original location as it's written up in every guidebook. Try late afternoon, between lunch and dinner, to cut some of the wait time.
    • The Xinyi Din Tai Fung does not accept credit cards.
    Plan to stay:/
    2-3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #23 of 7,226 restaurants in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Famous Taiwanese Cuisine 08/14/2017
    • BEST little dragon buns! 08/07/2017
    • Din Tai Fung (Xinyi)
    Address:
    Second Section NO. 194 Xinyi Rd., Sec. 5
    Taipei 111-0021
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 2321 8928
    Price range:
    US$10 - US$25
    Hours:
    Mon - Fri
    10:00 am - 9:00 pm
    Sat - Sun
    9:00 am - 9:00 pm
    Other:
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    Raohe Street Night Market
    Flea & Street Markets
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    Erin D Says:

    Raohe Street Night Market is one of the oldest and most traditional night markets in Taipei. Each night market is known for various specialties and Raohe Street is no different. Some of the 'not-to-miss' food items here include black pepper pork buns, located at the end of the market, and the herbal pork rib soup. There are also vendors selling fresh oysters on the half shell, loads of shopping opportunities, and some great shaved ice places to stop by on your way out.

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    Tips
    • The black pepper pork bun vendor is not hard to miss as it's at one end of the night market; you can usually find it by the long line.
    • Raohe Street Night Market is open from 5pm until midnight daily.
    • The night market is within walking distance of the Songshan MRT station.
    Plan to stay:/
    More than 3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #14 of 560 things to do in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Delicious Stinky Tofu 08/18/2017
    • Best Nite market Experience 08/14/2017
    • Raohe Street Night Market
    Address:
    North end of Kee Lung Road
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 2349 1635
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    Tao-Yuan-Street Beef Noodle Shop
    Restaurants (Taiwanese)
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    Erin D Says:

    Tao-Yuan-Street is regarded as one of the best places in Taipei to try Taiwan beef noodles (niu rou mian). This nondescript hole-in-the-wall joint is well known in Taipei. There is no sign, but most taxi drivers will know exactly where it is if you tell them you're looking for 'the famous beef noodle shop on Taoyuan Street.' It looks a bit seedy, but rest assured the food is excellent. Tao-Yuan offers two types of beef noodles — red-braised spicy broth and clear broth. You can't go wrong with whichever one you choose!

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    Tips
    • Try beef noodles from various shops and restaurants in Taipei as styles can differ widely. It's good to try more than one to see which style is your favorite.
    • Taiwan beef noodles are so popular that there is an entire festival dedicated to them. The annual event typically takes place in the Fall.
    • Be sure to order the pork rib in rice as it's a delicious addition to your beef noodle experience.
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #246 of 7,226 restaurants in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Average beef noodle soup 07/12/2017
    • Lao Wang Ji Beef Noodle 05/22/2017
    • Tao-Yuan-Street Beef Noodle Shop
    Address:
    No.15 Taoyuan Street, Zhongzheng District
    Taipei 100
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 2375 8973
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    10:00 am - 9:00 pm
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    Shin Yeh - Originated
    Restaurants (Chinese, Asian, Taiwanese)
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    Erin D Says:

    Shin Yeh is renowned for its menu of traditional Taiwanese dishes. Not mainland Chinese, but true Taiwanese cuisine that developed on the island. Traditional Taiwanese cuisine is simple and a lack of banquet style dishes proved to be a challenge when trying to bring the cuisine to a restaurant setting. Owner Madam Lee Xiu Ying started the first Shin Yeh with only 11 tables and now it's grown into an international brand with other sister restaurants and similar chains. Some of the Taiwanese delicacies you'll find at Shin Yeh include braised pork belly with bamboo shoots, fried rice-noodles, three cups chicken, and turnip omelet.

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    • History Buff
    • Luxury Traveler
    Tips
    • Shin Yeh Table, which targets a younger crowd, and Shin Yeh 101 at Taipei 101, are also part of the Shin Yeh family of Taiwanese restaurants in Taipei.
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #58 of 7,226 restaurants in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Very good quality 08/09/2017
    • Yummy Taiwanese food! 07/19/2017
    • Shin Yeh - Originated
    Address:
    2F, No 34-1 Shuangcheng Street, Jhongshan District
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 2596 3255
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    11:00 am - 12:00 am
    Other:
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    Sunny Hills
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    Erin D Says:

    Sunny Hills is the place to go if you want to try traditional Taiwanese pineapple cakes. These are one of Taiwan's best-selling souvenirs so it's worth seeking out the best quality options. Visit Sunny Hills and you will be given a sample of the pineapple cake to taste upon arrival. The crust is very crumbly and moist, while the pineapple jam filling is very fruity and natural tasting. Wondering why Sunny Hills pineapple cakes are so popular? Many bakeries use winter melon and additives to bump up the flavor, while Sunny Hills has gone back to its original winning formula: Their pineapple cakes contain the best possible ingredients, including local pineapple farmed in Nantou, where they started out.

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    Tips
    • Pineapple cakes come in gift boxes, a popular option for souvenirs.
    • Sunny Hills now has locations in other countries, including Japan, China, and Singapore.
    • Pineapple cakes are sometimes referred to as pineapple pastry, pineapple shortbread, or pineapple tart.
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #17 of 7,226 restaurants in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Fantastic 07/27/2017
    • Tasty Pineapple Cake 07/16/2017
    • Sunny Hills
    Address:
    F 1, No.1, Alley 4, Lane 36, Section 5, Minsheng East Road
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 2760 0508
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    10:00 am - 8:00 pm
    Other:
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    Yongkang Street
    Gift & Specialty Shops
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    Erin D Says:

    Yongkang Street is a short street in Taipei that is devoted to some of the best eats and coolest shopping in the city. Along its several short blocks you'll find foodie favorites like Kao Chi, Du Hsiao Yueh, and the original Din Tai Fung around the corner on Xinyi. Kao Chi is one of Taiwan's traditional snack restaurants that has historic roots on the island, while Du Hsiao Yueh's specialty is 'slack season noodles,' which originated outside the city in Tainan. Lots of other great dining options exist in Yongkang as well, including several bakeries, patisseries, and chic and trendy cafes. Come hungry!

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    • Foodie
    • Must See
    • Shopping Fanatic
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    Tips
    • You can't really go wrong with dining along Yongkang — eat your way down the street or spend a few days trying out its different restaurants and cafes.
    • Try the slack season noodles at Du Hsiao Yueh if you have no plans to visit Tainan during your Taiwan travels.
    Plan to stay:/
    2-3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #8 of 291 Shopping in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • The old days were better懷念以前 06/19/2017
    • Yongkang Street 05/31/2017
    • Yongkang Street
    Address:
    Yongkang St., Da'an Dist.
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    02-2351-1051
    Other:
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    Taipei 101
    Architectural Buildings, Observation Decks & Towers
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    Erin D Says:

    Taipei 101 offers some of the best dining options when it comes to Taipei's shopping centers: Find everything from fast-food-style eats in its food court to high-end restaurants on the 85th and 86th floors. The newest branch of the world-famous Din Tai Fung is located here along with the popular Jason's Market if you're in need of a good grocery store. Look out for S.T.A.Y. and Sweet Tea by renowned Michelin-starred French Chef Yannick Alleno too.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Must See
    • Luxury Traveler
    • Shopping Fanatic
    Tips
    • Make reservations for the observatory level restaurants.
    • Lines can be long for the Din Tai Fung here, but the queue typically moves pretty quickly as it's large inside.
    Plan to stay:/
    2-3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #6 of 560 things to do in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Gob Smacked 08/18/2017
    • Not a rainy day kind of thing 08/17/2017
    • Taipei 101
    Address:
    No.45, Shifu Rd., Xinyi Dist.
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    862-81017777
    Other:
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    Shilin Nightmarket
    Flea & Street Markets
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    Erin D Says:

    Shilin Night Market is probably the most well known and well visited night market in Taipei, as you can tell by its huge crowds. Hit the food building and sample a number of traditional night market eats including stinky tofu and oyster omelet. One of the more unique eats you'll find here is coffin bread, Taiwan's answer to soup in a bread bowl. Once outside the food building, there are numerous streets and alleyways that are filled with interesting stores, food vendors, and even arcade-style games for the young ones, or the young at heart.

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    • Foodie
    • Must See
    • Luxury Traveler
    • Thrifty Traveler
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Shopping Fanatic
    Tips
    • When Shilin Night Market is packed, it's not an ideal place to bring small children as the small alleyways are extremely hard to navigate.
    • One of Taiwan's notable themed restaurants 'Modern Toilet' is in the Shilin District.
    • Shilin Night Market can be extraordinarily packed on Friday and Saturday nights. Pick a week night if your schedule allows.
    Plan to stay:/
    More than 3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #21 of 560 things to do in Taipei
    • Be careful of the fruits stalls 08/18/2017
    • Biggest night market 08/18/2017
    • Shilin Nightmarket
    Address:
    Betweet Dadong Road, Danan Road, Wenlin Road and Jihua Road
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 2349 1635
    Other:
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    Shenkeng Tofu Street
    Points of Interest & Landmarks
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    Erin D Says:

    As its nickname suggests, Shenkeng Street is home to the best tofu in Taiwan. If a dish can be made with tofu, you're likely to find it here. Some of the items available include regular tofu, stinky tofu, dessert tofu, fried or BBQ stinky tofu, tofu cake, tofu cheese, dried tofu, and even tofu ice cream. When you get tired of tofu, choose from some of the other snacks on offer like peanut candy, sticky rice cake, winter melon candy, and more.

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    Tips
    • Getting here: Take the Pingxi Line Taipei Bus to Yongding Elementary School or the MRT to Muzha and then a taxi to Shenkeng Old Street.
    • Shenkeng's most famous restaurant is located directly in front of the temple named "JiShen," which is in the center of Old Street.
    Plan to stay:/
    More than 3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #64 of 560 things to do in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Not Just Tofu 08/14/2017
    • Not a bad experience 05/13/2017
    • Shenkeng Tofu Street
    Address:
    Shenkeng St., Shenkeng Township
    Taipei
    Taiwan
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    Ningxia Nightmarket
    Gift & Specialty Shops
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    Erin D Says:

    Ningxia Night Market is particularly popular as it reminds its visitors of Taiwan 20 or more years ago. It's a very traditional market that draws a steady crowd. Like other Taipei night markets, there is no shortage of awesome food stalls to visit, and quirky stores to shop in. Some of the best eats at Ningxia include oyster omelet, crispy taro balls, and sesame oil chicken. Other traditional 'old-school' snacks to try include pork liver soup, Tainan rice pudding, roe salad, and Imperial Guandong Porridge.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • History Buff
    • Thrifty Traveler
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • The night market is open from 6pm to midnight daily.
    • Ningxia Night Market is accessible by MRT, via either the Shuanglian Station or Zhongshan Station on the Tamsui Line.
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #5 of 291 Shopping in Taipei
    • First trip to Taiwan! 08/11/2017
    • Not that bad but very limited selection 06/21/2017
    • Ningxia Nightmarket
    Address:
    Ningxia Road
    Taipei
    Taiwan
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    Chun Shui Tang (Kuang Nan)
    Restaurants (Cafe, Asian, Taiwanese, Chinese)
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    Erin D Says:

    If you're a fan of bubble tea, you might know the history behind its origin. It was developed in Taichung, Taiwan, by Liu Han-Chieh, the owner of Chun Shui Tang tea company. She adapted methods she learned from the Japanese style of cold coffee. During a business meeting one day, she dumped one of her traditional desserts, a tapioca pudding, into the cold Assam tea and it was an instantaneous hit. Today, bubble tea shops are on practically every corner of Taipei, but if you want to learn more about the culture behind this creation, head to Chun Shui Tang. She has 30 locations in the country and it can take workers up to six months to master all the drinks on her menu. Only top quality ingredients are used and drinks are shaken, rather than blended like most other shops. A refractometer is even used to measure the sweetness in the bubble tea to ensure it's to your liking!

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • History Buff
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • Chun Shui Tang is a traditional teahouse so there is a menu of snacks available as well.
    • Although there are over 80 varieties of drinks on the menu, be sure to try at least one original bubble tea.
    • Workers produce up to five new drinks each year so look for new varieties each time you visit.
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #221 of 7,226 restaurants in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Refreshing place 06/12/2017
    • Excellent chain for a Taiwanese bite and supposedly the original bubble tea 01/04/2017
    • Chun Shui Tang (Kuang Nan)
    Address:
    No.182, Sec. 4, Nanjing E. Rd., Songshan Dist.
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 2578 4399
    Other:
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    Wulai
    Historic Sites, Neighborhoods
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    Erin D Says:

    If you're interested in trying Taiwan's aboriginal cuisine, you won't find many options in Taipei itself. While the culture is well known and represented, the cuisine is surprisingly not. Some of the most important staples in Taiwan's aboriginal cuisine have been millet, yams, and taro. Rice is used more frequently today and you'll find meats like dove, deer, mountain boar, and more. Some dishes have been tweaked to appeal to more western palates as some of the overly fermented and 'rotted' foods would turn away even the most adventurous of eaters! The best place to try Taiwan's aboriginal cuisine in greater Taipei is the village of Wulai. It's on the outskirts of New Taipei City (about a 40-50 minute trip), but it's worth the journey. Incredible scenery, world-renowned hot springs, and a strong aboriginal culture make Wulai a very popular weekend destination for Taipei residents, while restaurants like Taiya Po Po are worth checking out to learn more about the local aboriginal culture and cuisine.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Peace and Quiet Seeker
    • Must See
    • Like a Local
    • Nature Lover
    Tips
    • Taiya Po-Po was featured on Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern. He ate high-mountain bees and 'dama mein' (raw pork, rice and salt fermented for two weeks).
    Plan to stay:/
    More than 3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #11 of 536 things to do in Xinbei
    • Quaint and strange 08/10/2017
    • Must visit 07/24/2017
    • Wulai
    Address:
    Wulai District
    Xinbei
    Taiwan
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    Mala Yuanyang Hotpot
    Restaurants (Chinese, Asian, Taiwanese, Soups)
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    Erin D Says:

    Hot pot is such an important part of Taiwanese food culture. The basic premise is a simmering broth is placed at the center of the table, and guests then cook their own meat, leafy vegetables, mushrooms, seafood, and dumplings in it. Everything should always be fresh and you can ask for various sauces to dip your cooked items in. Meats can include beef, chicken, duck, and mutton, while seafood can be fish, prawns, scallops, fish balls, and octopus. There is always a huge array of vegetables, and other local specialty items too, which could include mung bean, sea cucumber, noodles, winter melon, and more. Mala's rules for hot pot are simple — it's all-you-can-eat within a two hour time limit. The pot can be divided into two, which allows you to choose two of the four available broths, and you can head up to the buffet too, which also includes ice cream for dessert.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • Mala Yuanyang does get crowded so have your hotel concierge call for a reservation.
    • There is a set price for 11am to 4pm, and a higher price on holidays and weekdays from 4pm until 5am.
    • Mala Yuanyang is open until 5am so it's the perfect late night spot to eat at.
    • Hot pot is better with larger groups and, if you're short on time, save the hot pot experience for another day of your trip.
    Plan to stay:/
    2-3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #157 of 7,226 restaurants in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Value 07/29/2017
    • Great concept of hotpot-all-you-can! 06/23/2017
    • Mala Yuanyang Hotpot
    Address:
    No. 62, SiNing S. Road, 2 FL
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 2558 8131
    Other:
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    Fuhang Soy Milk
    Restaurants (Chinese, Fast Food, Asian, Taiwanese)
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    Erin D Says:

    Breakfast in Taiwan is a big deal and one of the best spots to try traditional Taiwanese breakfast eats is Fuhang Dou Jiang. One of the dishes to try here is 'xian dou jiang,' (a salty soy milk) which is like a meal in itself, and eaten like a soup rather than a drink. As a dipping accompaniment, try 'shao bing,' (a flat baked bread stuffed with egg), or 'you tiao,' which is like a Chinese cruller or long, deep fried doughnut. If the savory soy milk doesn't sound appealing, there is also a sweet soy milk, served hot, which is delicious.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • Expect long queues in the morning, but the food is worth it.
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #72 of 7,226 restaurants in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Good choice of traditional TW style breakfast 08/10/2017
    • The classic Chinese breakfast 07/24/2017
    • Fuhang Soy Milk
    Address:
    Huashan Tranditional Market 2F, No.108, Section 1, Zhongxiao East Road
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 2392 2175
    Hours:
    Tue - Sun
    5:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Other:
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    Ice Monster
    Restaurants (Cafe)
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    Erin D Says:

    Ice Monster recently relocated to the desirable and trendy East District, and the size of the store isn't the only thing that's increased. If you're familiar with the old Ice Monster, the new menu might seem a little daunting with so many new and fun additions. Try the classic mango shaved ice, the snow ice (a personal favorite), or one of the newest creations, which pays homage to Taiwan's most famous drink — called 'Deconstructed Boba Milk Tea' — it's made with milk tea shaved ice and served with tapioca bubbles on the side.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • Expect long queues here as Ice Monster can draw quite a crowd.
    • Most of the shaved ice desserts are big enough to be split among two or three people.
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #57 of 7,226 restaurants in Taipei
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Holy Mountain of ice! 08/02/2017
    • Bountiful Shaved Ice 07/17/2017
    • Ice Monster
    Address:
    No.297, Section 4, Zhongxiao East Road
    Taipei
    Taiwan
    Phone:
    +886 2 8771 3263
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    10:30 am - 11:30 pm
    Other:
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