The restaurant is most famous for its soup buns. But also has other various types of buns. In addition, it has some traditional Taiwanese / Chinese dishes.
I've heard that the quality isn't consistent across different locations, but this one is good. Trust me, I'm Taiwanese. I know my buns.
We were invited to this restaurant. Before then, my brother had already told us we need to go when I visit Taipei. And just so happens, people invited us to this place. It's a go to restaurant to bring visitors.
Immediately upon arriving at the restaurant, we were greeted by friendly staff. And the place was packed. Staff noticed my wife carries a purse. Immediately brought out a purse holder for her.
The entire dining experience was great. We were busying eating and talking to each other, but staff was able to work around our chaotic dining style. Food was brought on just fine. Drinks were filled. Not a moment we had to wait for food to arrive. Someone's always available. Fast at cleaning out empty dishes from table as well. Just a great experience.
Now food... I'm not going to bother to describe what I had and how it all tasted. It was good, period. And reasonably priced. I would say I love the red bean bun at the end of the meal. Super thin wrap filled with red bean paste that is perfectly sweetened... I want some now.....
For my non-Taiwanese wife, this is one of her highlights during the visit. As a Taiwanese resident, you may not care much because you may find your local places even better. But as a visitor, you can't go wrong with this place.
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