Skip to Content

Taiwanese Goat Dinner Night Market

I absolutely love lamb, mutton, and goat meat.  However, it gets a little confusing sometimes because the word for Lamb, Mutton, Goat, Sheep, that type of animal is all the same word in mandarin Chinese (羊肉), so for a while I couldn’t figure out what I was actually having, it’s actually goat! Here’s my Taiwanese Goat Dinner …

Read More about Taiwanese Goat Dinner Night Market

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 …

Read More about Old Sichuan Mala Hot Pot, Spicy and Numb!

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 …

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

Cijin Island (旗津): An Island off of an Island

Cijin Island (旗津) is an island off of Taiwan (which, as many of you know, is also an island).  The last time I came to Cijin Island was about 3 years ago.  I rode on a ferry from Kaohsiung’s port and then arrived where the market was (similar to night markets) and we spent most of the time …

Read More about Cijin Island (旗津): An Island off of an Island

Tea Dinner at Kaohsiung – 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.

Read More about Tea Dinner at Kaohsiung – Dream Mall (夢時代)