*** WARNING : The following images may make you drool, cry or gasp uncontrollably.***
Over Christmas I went on a family holiday to Taiwan. I had no expectations and not exactly a huge desire to go there to begin with. But as I traveled and explored this new country (to me), I slowly grew to love the place. Especially the FOOD.
Here are some of the food you can expect to find in Taiwan.
Tip: Don’t be afraid of lining up for it (notice the lines behind me). It is so worth it!
Rude waffles (no, we did NOT try this! LOL) ~ Shilin Night Market
More waffles! ~ Kaohsiung Women’s Street
So… did you drool? I drooled whilst reminiscing and writing this blog! Now… get yourself over there! I would go back just for the food. Hope you enjoyed!
Red Cup Cafe is a bit of a hidden treasure. I would never have noticed it whilst driving on Whitehorse Road. It is a cozy little cafe that aims to provide good food and good coffee. With an excellent selection of organic home-style food, freshly squeezed juices and well-made coffees.
Drinks: Apple, celery and carrot juice, mixed berry smoothie
Outdoor and indoor dining is available. Ambient music playing in the background. Menus are delivered on wooden clipboards.
Overall, a very pleasant and enjoyable experience. Great for the cafe atmosphere and people watching. The muffins are absolutely massive and taste healthier than your average ‘Muffin Break’ style.
Soup: Bean and pumpkin soup with yoghurt and coriander, toasted cheese turkish bread
Salad: Rare duck salad with orange and avocado
Fritters: Corn and zuchinni with dressing and side salad