Category Taiwanese food
Heading to Tainan, and aren’t sure what to eat? Follow my eating guide to discover delicious local cafes, desserts shops, and even a sausage museum!
Love chicken and mangoes? You need to plan a visit to Yujing, Tainan. You’ll get your fix in this district – which is filled with stores to eat both!
Tainan is known for its delicious food. If you’re planning a trip down, here are 4 local food spots you should check out.
Taste Testing Tainan’s English Friendly Stores: Fu Lou Restaurant, Uncle A-shui, The Milkfish Palace and more
Want to eat yourself crazy in Tainan, but worried about the language barrier? Check out these “English Friendly Stores”- taste tested by yours truly!
Part 1 of a comprehensive guide to one of Penghu’s hidden treasures, Nanliao Community.
A review of Taipei’s most talked about fine dining restaurant, and one of Asia’s best, RAW. Find out what the fuss is about here.
In Taipei and need Lunar New Year’s plans? You won’t regret a colorful trip down Dihua Street.
Dear Taipei, You know that well-worn saying “Never talk about sex, politics and religion”? I’d like to add another topic to the mix- coffee. Think about it- like sex, religion and politics, people have incredibly strong opinions about coffee, and will doggedly fight you to the bitter end to make you see their way. Where to […]
Dear Taipei, It’s January 2016. Can you believe it? To me, that “6” certainly looks a bit out of place. It will definitely take a while to make the conversion from 2015 to 2016. I think my New Year’s resolution should be able to roll “2016” off the tongue, at least by midyear. But considering […]
If you’re after a local experience, you can’t beat picking up some produce with the locals at Nanmen Market