I’ve shared a lot of what we ate so far, and here is the rest! Enjoy, savor and ask me questions about any specific dish, such as location, restaurant name, etc.
Tender Chinese Broccoli. The dish offered at our Dim Sum restaurants pale, literally, in comparison.
Tomato and egg, a classic Chinese dish.
Sliced goose served cold.
Pepper steak with Chinese water spinach on the bottom.
Clam with fresh basil.
Does anyone know what this vegetable is?
Pan fried squid.
Sesame paste noodles.
Home cooked spare ribs.
Katsu chicken and curry sauce.
Seared salmon from the grocery and home goods store under SOGO shopping center near Zhongxiao Fuxing Station.
Sichuanese boiled fish, or “shui zhu yu.”
“Twice Cooked Pork.”
Chinese water spinach.
KFC. Best fries.
Cantonese barbecue pork over egg noodles.
Sweet and sour pork.
Italian food and “ristorantes” are popular in Taiwan, so we had a romantic little dinner of pizza and pasta while we were there.
Corn soup. Taiwan does the best corn soup. It’s not even Italian (is it?), but I had to try it, and it was so delicious.
The Spicy McChicken made a brief appearance in the States when the McC was first launched, but now it seems you can only find it in Asia (I saw it in both Taiwan and Hong Kong).
Udon noodle soup with a customized selection of tempura. You walk through a mini buffet line of assorted tempura (shrimp, vegetables, sausage, etc) and pay by the item.