LocoFood, a trendy, fun eatery located in the Zhongshan District, serves up modern versions of the popular Taiwanese egg rolls and mouthwatering burgers created from fresh and tasty flavours…..
Lou Rou Fan is one of the must eat Taiwanese dishes when visiting Taipei and Jin Feng Braised Pork Rice serves up arguably the best and most famous in town….
If you love Peking duck as much as we do, you must check out Shang Palace at Shangri-La’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel. Juicy, fragrant ducks, with the crispiest skin and fresh pancakes carved right at your table….
We love discovering little Japanese spots serving fresh fare and cute ambiance. This little restaurant on YongKang Street boasts an intimate sushi bar and spacious seating upstairs. We enjoyed the authentic, casual atmosphere, friendly staff, and great menu with plenty of seasonal specialities….
Ningxia Night Market (寧夏夜市) located in Taipei on Ningxia Rd. between Nanjing W. Rd. and Mingshen W. Rd, is a bustling street offering plenty of local eats and atmosphere….
Japanese and seafood foodies cannot miss a visit to Addiction Aquatic Development while in Taipei. The complex houses live seafood tanks, a supermarket selling fresh and cooked foods, a sushi and sashimi restaurant, a barbecue station, wine bars and more…..
Ximending is the ideal spot if you are searching for a slice of Taiwanese street food in a lively and fun atmosphere. We loved exploring the bustling area, full of shopping, restaurants, food stands, and street performers. Some must try spots at the top of our list include….
Sukiyaki and Shabu Shabu are two of our favourite Japanese style dining options and we couldn’t resist sampling the mouthwatering Wagyu beef version at Mihan Honke……
Robin’s Teppanyaki is the ideal spot to enjoy the traditional Japanese cooking style in a lively and engaging environment……
Robin’s Grill is the perfect spot if you are looking for quality steaks in chic and sophisticated surroundings.