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Day 3 – Spicy Soyabean a kick for Taiwanese Breakfast @ Taipei

by Taufulou

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To me I feel more like Roti Canai Wrap with Yau Char Guai in different flavour. Sesame with Yau Char Guai and another different flavour.

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With Egg with different bread cover.

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Very fresh Soya Bean which is very mild in taste but I love the soya taste. The rest said that its so tasteless but I find it best to go along with the Roti Canai look alike dip along soak it a while and eat. It taste so good.

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One of the thing that we must try in this breakfast that many people ordered was this Spicy Soya Bean, added with crackers yau char Guai and some soy sauce and chili oil.

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It was waterry at first but after a few minutes later, the whole bowl of the texture become a bit solid and form into more like Taufufa which we find it quite amazing. It was soft more like eating taufufa that is spicy and abit salty that did not over power the soya bean taste. Must of them don really like it but I find it quite alright.

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After 1 hour in the line, we at last manage to have our food.

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The breakfast was quite cheap with such a huge portion and we manage to try full range of it which is 7 flavours. Price ranging from NT18-NT30 which is quite cheap.

Quite an interesting breakfast afterall for a great start of the day ahead. Day 3 is more about eating, eating and eating. More to come. . .. .

p/s: for those who can read chinese, please do  help me with some of the translation. Would appreciate that alot. Thankssss…

Location;
(Junction of) ShaoXing S Street and Section 1, ZhongXiao East Road.

for traveller, Exit at EXIT no.5 of Shandao Temple MRT Station


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9 comments

eiling 24/08/2010 - 11:19 am

wah such nice breakfast. Yeah if you can’t read chinese, it’s going to be quite difficult but lucky I can still speak mandarin. The spicy soya bean is really something i haven’t heard of!

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Caroline 24/08/2010 - 11:23 am

WOW! nice la d foods ! roti canai wrap with egg . lol! spicy soya bean with cracker. looks yummy!

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Merryn 24/08/2010 - 2:05 pm

garlic bread in the oven looks unique.. i love anything garlic 😀

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mimid3vils 24/08/2010 - 5:21 pm

Really interesting combination, chili + soya~~ Don’t know I can accept the taste or not ler?

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michelle 25/08/2010 - 11:45 am

wah~ very special flavour soya bean, i would like the Spicy Soya Bean

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Tom 07/02/2011 - 6:09 am

Taiwan food is usually bland and tasteless. It is more Japanese influenced.

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Taufulou 07/02/2011 - 9:45 pm

i find their food nice ah . . .:)

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