Sweet and sour fish.
Beef noodle soup.
Sashimi and smoked meats.
Very local dishes for our first lunch including pig cheeks, blood sausage and spare ribs.
Taiwanese breakfast. Bao zi and sticky rice “tuan,” or ball.
Soft shell crab.
Fresh passion fruit.
Coffee and pan steamed bun for breakfast in the park.
Chinese eggplant with basil.
Sticky oil rice under a bed of dried shrimp.
Rice noodle soup with fish and pork balls.
Taiwanese delicacy: unripe, pickled green mango in ice sugar.
Korean tofu stew. After craving Korean food for a few days, I wasn’t about to eat anywhere unless it came highly recommended. This was one of my favorite meals because I poured (what seemed like) hours of internet research and transportation planning into making this the perfect experience.
Rice cakes. “They were the best I’ve ever had.” -him.
Sauteed cabbage. Probably the best I’ve ever had.