They offer 3 kinds of soup base: double boiled beef soup, tomato beef soup and spicy beef soup. Tastes good but not outstanding. Beef tendon and beef shank are perfectly cooked. Still worth a try.
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This shop was recommended by a hotel staff, as its supposed to be good as yong kang beef noodles. Both are 老店 old shops. I liked the tomato base broth and tried the mild spicy one. The beef was tender and flavourful. But I can't...More
I live in Taipei and bring every visitor here. Everyone loves it. One time I tried Yongkang beef noodle - it's awful. Will never go back. The staff here is efficient and friendly. The place is clean. And the spicy beef noodle soup has a...More
I used to go to the old shop on nanchang lu, but unfortunately it closed. The shop changed its recipe and is not very good anymore. The manager at this shop was also super mean and not hospitable. Definitely not going back. Recommend going to...More
Great service, usually no queue, baby chair available. Menus available in multiple languages (at least Chinese, English, Korean and Japanese that I know of). Spicy beef noodles...the soup was especially good and flavourful, and the beef was really tender and juicy. Definitely highly recommended.
The ubitquitous beef noodles are available in 3 flavours, original beef stock, tomato base, or spicy versions. All are tasty in their own right and the beef portions were all very tender. The cuts of beef used were laced with strips of tendon that were...More
Better than the over-hyped Yang Kang Beef Noodles, with no queue, great service, baby chair. Order the spicy meat one, the cartilage noodles isn't as good.
A tomato-flavored broth accompanied the tenderest piece of beef u can find in a bowl of beef noodles in Taipei. All balanced beautifully. I will come back anytime I'm in Taipei.
Chanced upon this shop while walking around casually at Yong Kang Road vicinity. Decided to try our luck, and boy... we were not disappointed! Nice big bowl of braised beef noodle, tasty soup, big chuncks of beef and tendons... and they were soft as tofu!...More