One of my favorite restaurants in Taipei!! A nice place to relax and chill with friends. Food is always delicious, and the service is great! Wonderful experience!! A must try!!
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We were staying at Okura Hotel and this restaurant was just a few minutes from the hotel. There were quite a lot of Japanese people in the restaurant. So you could imagine it was a clean and tidy place. There were two sizes for most...More
Aoba has a wide menu selection with lots of interesting dishes. There were lots of different set menus, but we ordered a la carte. All the dishes were great quality and very tasty, especially the crab glutinous rise, traditional sausage and clams. The service was...More
There is the nice Taiwanese restaurant in Taipei city center. I recommend the fresh water clam with soya source.
A local friend recommended this restaurant when we wanted some good and authentic Taiwanese dishes at restaurants after trying too much street foods at night markets. From the quality, variety and portions of the food to the ambience, service and prices, I would say that...More
There is an old saying:【到台灣旅遊，不到故宮、不吃『青葉』，不能算到過台灣的說法】Basically means this restaurant is a must try if one visits Taiwan. So we went and have some of the most authentic and traditional Taiwan dishes: Grilled pork sausage (high grade pork and quite lean), grilled prawns with sea salt, pan...More
This traditional restaurant serves authentic Taiwanese cuisine. I tried deep fried squid balls, sweet potato congee and dried radish with pan fried egg, they are all great and reasonably priced. Friendly staff and excellent services. Highly recommend.
Ate at this restaurant based on the recommendation of a Taiwanese friend. It is located in one of the alleys, not on a main thoroughfare. Our taxi almost missed it. The place is full,mostly Japanese clientelle. Called to reserve since this is one of the...More
I first ate at this Taipei restaurant in October,1970..... it was a little hole in the wall...... and it has been serving folks from all over the world, not just the "local" Taiwanese. Think about it.... if the food quality and the pricing wasn't good........More