When you visit Taipei, one of the first things that will hit you is the cornucopia of food establishments everywhere you turn! There are roadside stalls, fancy restaurants, meats on sticks, crazy dessert concoctions, a million cafes for the caffeine addicts, and everything in between.
It can be overwhelming, albeit very exciting, when you’re faced with SO MANY CHOICES. Thankfully, my Taiwanese friends knew just the right places to take me to satiate my rumbling tummy. I tried a huge variety of foods in only four days but these are my top five favorites.
Tao Pot 饕鍋
Fuxing South Road, No. 269, 2nd Floor
MRT Station: Da’an
I’ve been to many hot pot restaurants all over Asia and the US but I’ve never had soup as tasty as what they serve at Tao Pot. The pot is divided into two sections that look like a yin and yang symbol. One side has a clear soup with pickled cabbage that’s made in-house, and the other side has a dark broth that has been boiled for hours with ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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