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We're in Taipei!
And today we're gonna go taste
some of the must-eats
from world famous pork rice and noodle soup
to life changing bubble tea.
Let's go!
So, for a classic Taiwanese breakfast
you want to come to Soy Milk King.
They specialize in traditional breakfast dishes
including variations of the youtiao.
Youtiao are deep-fried breadsticks
but also known as the Chinese donut.
So what I have in front of me right now
is the youtiao wrapped in a layer of flatbread
or shao bing and egg
and a salty soybean soup to go with it.
I'm gonna start with the flatbread.
Oh, it's super crispy.
It's basically a carb overdose.
I like that the egg is in there
'cause it makes me feel like I'm actually having breakfast.
And it comes with this soy paste on the table.
So I'm gonna put some on to see how that tastes.
The soy paste is kind of sweet.
Well, it actually brings out more flavor in the wrap.
I can't imagine having it without it now.
It's really good.
I think I'm gonna try some of the salty soy milk now.
Mmm.
So, I've had sweet soy milk before.
This is my first time ever having savory soy milk.
It's actually really good.
It tastes a little bit like savory tofu
because the milk kind of hardens a little bit.
So, you get this kind of stewy tofu texture,
and it softens up the pastry a little bit.
So, it becomes all the more hearty.
I can see why people have these two together.
People don't usually dip it but
I think I'm gonna do it anyway.
This is definitely my favorite way of having it.
This is Ay-Chung.
They sell only one thing
rice flour noodles.
So as you can see
it's one of the most popular spots in town.
So once you make your way through that crowd
you can add as much garlic, vinegar, and chilli
to your bowl as you like.
I've added kind of a bit of everything,
so let's see what that tastes like.
This is so good.
You know the bonito fish flakes that dance around
on top of the Japanese takoyaki balls?
That's what this soup is made of.
It's a bonito fish flake broth
and they've probably put so much in there
which is why it's got this really nice and rich
almost creamy texture.
And the noodles are super soft and silky
and delicate.
I mean, I've never had noodles with a spoon before
so that speaks to just how soft they are.
And I've added chilli, vinegar, and garlic.
Just a spoonful of each.
Not to overdo it
but that really brings out the umami flavor
in the bonito fish flakes.
It's just such a hearty bowl.
We're here at yet another busy spot.
This is Jin Feng.
It's braised pork rice might just be
one of the best in town.
It's essentially just a bowl of white rice
with delicately braised pork on top
and winter melon on the side.
Let's give it a go.
This is delicious.
The pork is really rich.
You can tell how much time has gone
into cooking the pork
by just how flavorful it is,
which is probably why they give you
such a big mound of white rice.
The winter melon is there
to kind of balance out the flavor.
It's little bit pickled so it's kind of sour
but definitely takes away from just how rich the pork is.
This actually reminds me of hong shao rou
the Shanghainese dish
in the sense that they both kind of share that really
juicy and fatty characteristic.
The difference is,
this one's minced up
whereas hong shao rou comes in bigger pieces.
Mmm. Delicious.
So, this place is a little special.
Niu Ba Ba specializes in braised beef noodle soup.
They fly in premium cuts of meat
from Australia and the U.S
which adds to the price tag of their signature
Presidential Noodle Soup.
A whopping 10,000 Taiwanese dollars.
Obviously there are more affordable options on the menu,
but we decided we definitely needed to try the country's
most expensive noodles.
So, here we go.
Look at the size of this meat.
Nice, firm, thick noodles.
Wow.
These noodles are so full of flavor
and so silky smooth.
When I ordered, they gave me four options of noodles.
They vary in thickness,
and really it's just made to order.
Personal preference but
these were the ones they recommended.
They're the second biggest ones.
What a good choice.
Now let's give the beef a try.
These are all different cuts of beef.
This tastes like a brisket
so incredibly tender.
It's got the flavor of the broth just soaked right through.
It goes really well with the noodles.
If I had to describe this
I'd say it tastes like 10,000 dollars.
When you come to Taipei
you cannot miss bubble tea.
This is a sweet drink
that comes with either a fruit, coffee, or tea base.
This is a Taiwanese staple.
Anyway, we're here at Chun Shui Tang
and it's claimed to have invented bubble tea in Taiwan.
I've got their signature bubble pearl milk tea.
Let's give it a try.
Mmm.
This is really good.
I've had many bubble teas in my life
and a lot of them have been made out of powder.
I know that this place makes them with fresh tea leaves.
And you can really taste the tea flavor.
And it's not that sweet.
This is probably one of the best bubble teas I've ever had.
Yummy!
So this is the Tonghua Night Market
one of many in Taiwan.
And these are some of the best places
to find some amazing street food.
I've heard a lot about this da chang bao xiao chang
so I'm really excited to have found it here.
It's a pretty crazy snack.
Basically, it's a glutinous rice sausage
cut open and filled with another sausage.
Let's give it a go.
The sausage is actually pretty sweet.
It tastes like a honey sausage.
I asked for the garlic one
so it's super garlicky.
And the glutinous rice kind of balances everything out
because it's just plain rice
but the texture is really nice
'cause it's a little bit like a mochi
nice and sticky.
It's gonna take me a while to work this one off but
10 out of 10 would order again.
This is probably my favorite dessert in all of Taipei.
It's a peanut brittle ice cream spring roll.
Essentially, it's all in the name.
It's a wrap with peanut brittle and ice cream
rolled up into a little burrito.
Oh, and you can opt add coriander into it.
I've never tried it from this stall
so I'm pretty excited to see what's up.
Mmm.
It's just the way I like it.
So the ice cream in here is
taro, pineapple, and peanut butter flavored ice creams.
They put three little scoops in there
so you kind of eat your way through the layers.
And the peanut brittle adds a really nice crunch to it.
And strangely enough
I'm not a big coriander fan but
it kind of adds an extra layer of flavor in there
that I didn't really expect.
Still my favorite dessert though
and the perfect way to end my day of eating in Taipei.
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台北必吃的美食 (Must-Eat Dishes in Taipei)

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Zenn 發佈於 2019 年 3 月 26 日
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