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Stewed Pork Knuckle Dinner at a Taiwanese Airport

Chef Teng is a well known restaurant chain in Taiwan.  Like any other chains though it started with one restaurant.    I learned that the background of Chef Teng is that he studied some french cuisine in Japan a while back and incorporated some French cuisine in to Taiwanese food, which I found interesting.  The most popular dishes …

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My Taiwanese Food Court Meal: 鐵板燒 (Hibachi)

If this stuff was at food courts at the same price as Taiwan (like $8 US dollars) I would eat there ALL THE TIME.  There was hibachi right there in the food court!  (By the way, Interesting fact:  What we call “Hibachi” here is actually called Teppanyaki in Japanese, and Hibachi means something else.)

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Old Sichuan Mala Hot Pot, Spicy and Numb!

Sichuan (四川), more commonly known as Szechuan in the Western world, is a province in China.  Mala is a very popular Szechuan sauce or style of food from there.  The direct translation of Mala actually describes the taste almost perfectly: Ma = Numb, La = Spicy.  (However, I said almost perfectly because it left out that the …

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Harbour Restaurant in Kaohsiung’s Ju Dan mall (巨蛋)

Harbour Restaurant in Kaohsiung – This post is about the day I ate until I almost exploded… but would’ve died completely happy.  This post is about my dinner at Harbour Restaurant in Kaohsiung’s Ju Dan mall (巨蛋). Basically, this place is a high end all-you-can-eat restaurant with what is almost an unlimited amount of choices. The …

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Tea Dinner at Kaohsiung's "Dream" Mall (夢時代)

The Dream Mall (夢時代購物中心) in Kaohsiung is not only the largest shopping mall in Taiwan, but also the largest in East Asia.  Unfortunately we didn’t stroll very long, as we came here after a whole day of sightseeing around Kaohsiung, and we were ready for some food in our tummies.

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Jump aboard the Sushi Train and let's ride to the Night Market

First day of Taiwan and we start out with one of my favorite breakfast here.  I had some Bacon Dan Bing (蛋餅), which is basically Eggs and bacon cooked in a crepe type deal. You can also put some sweet soy-sauce like sauce on it and it makes it this mouth-watering breakfast:

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