2011 Taiwan Food

Food I ate during my trip (and some food related photos)

(1) Yudanaka, Japan
The first night dinner at a Hot Spring Ryokan I stayed
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(2) Yudanaka, Japan
The breakfast next morning
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(3) Yudanaka, Japan
The second night dinner at the Hot Spring Ryokan
Actually, I got three more dishes and dessert (sliced apple).
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(4) Yudanaka, Japan
Then another big breakfast …
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(5) Taipei, Taiwan
I didn't try …
The food was too challenging for me.
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(6) Taipei, Taiwan
I didn't try this either.
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(7) Taipei, Taiwan
Somehow, it was not easy to get beer in Taiwan.
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(8) Taipei, Taiwan
Tonkatsu (pork cutlet)
Japanese cuisine was very popular in Taiwan.
But not quite the same …
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(9) Taipei, Taiwan
I didn't try this.
All sort of foods are available in Night Market
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(10) Taipei, Taiwan
This was a noodle place suggested by a person in the hotel.
The dish is, however, not a noodle soup but a dumpling soup.
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(11) Sun-Moon Lake, Taiwan
shredded pork noodle soup
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(12) Puli, Taiwan
A bento box lunch offered at Chung Tai monastery
Of course, no meat
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(13) Puli, Taiwan
A Japanese style noodle
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(14) Puli, Taiwan
Espresso at a local cafe
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(15) Hsinchu, Taiwan
Teppanyaki (like Benihana) seemed very popular in Taiwan
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(16) Hsinchu, Taiwan
A full course Teppanyaki
I had this full course dinner because of business related reason.
I wouldn't try this kind of places if I eat by myself.
But this dinner is definitely the opposite of a 50NTD (around 1.7US dollar) noodle I ate from a street vendor.
The dinner also included beer and Espresso.

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(17) Taipei, Taiwan
Chirashi-sushi (a type of sushi)
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(18) Taipei, Taiwan
I didn't try this.
No matter where you go, this kind of place is ready to serve you in Taiwan in night time.
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(19) Bentos (eat while you are travelling by train)
Like in Japan, eating a bento while travelling by train is very common (national pastime?).
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(20) Tainan, Taiwan
A relatively high-end noodle restaurant I found from a map.
Maps I bought in Taiwan put marks on restaurants as well as other landmarks!
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(21) Taipei, Taiwan
Fruits Juice shop
You can get cut fruits as well.
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(22) Taipei, Taiwan
A noodle place known for beef noodle soup
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(23) Tokyo, Japan
Everything is too expensive in Tokyo …
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(24) Osaka, Japan
Tonkatsu (pork cutlet)
Something similar to [2011-Taiwan-Food#food8 (8)]
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(25) Kobe, Japan
Tonkatsu (port cutlet)
with mountain-high sliced cabbage
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(26) A dinner offered at a nursing home where my mother is in
The food they provide is good at both taste and quality.
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(27) Wakayama, Japan
Champon (a type of Ramen noodle)
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(28) Osaka, Japan
Kushi-katsu and beer
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(29) Osaka, Japan
Negi-yaki
(a bunch of chopped green onion is used)
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(30) Kobe, Japan
Steamed pork bun
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(31) Kobe, Japan
Fried Oyster
According to the chef, it tastes much better in winter.
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