May 10, 2010

More Food From Taiwan

Good Monday everyone. I hope everyone had a superb Mother's Day weekend. We had a quiet weekend, spending time together and eating lots of food of course. Seriously, I have no will power when it comes to food. With food in mind, I want to share these with you all.

The first 3 pictures are from A Plus restaurant located in Taipei City. This place serves Japanese food with a twist.
Sushi just taste so much better when it is slight torched right at the table.

My favorite fried soft shell crab with cream sauce.

The last 3 pictures are from a restaurant serving Taiwanese food, but sometimes with a twist.
I am still drooling over lobster sandwich above. It is especially good when the bread is fried. Last but not least, oyster with garlic sauce is another dish I almost always order when in Taiwan. I just can't find the same flavor here.

When I travel, I am pretty open to trying new food because I never know what I will like unless I try it.  In the past I have tried some pretty funky stuffs, some good and some not so great. What about you, are you adventurous with food?

22 comments:

  1. bad move, stiletto girl. bad move.

    need to go to the japanese restaurant stat.

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  2. OH my goodness. All that food looks SO amazing!

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  3. drool-drools
    The lobster sandwich is calling my taste-bud SG!

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  4. ok...I am looking at these photos early Monday morning and am already planning sushi happy hour (Sake bombers all around) for Friday. Yum Yum!!!

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  5. These all look amazing!!

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  6. I just ate breakfast and you made me hungry again with all these yummy food pictures! I'd love to try that lobster sandwich. I am not really adventurous with food. That being said, I do eat everything (provided it is clean), with the exception of meat with visible fat on it, organs, and exotic animals (snake, turtle, etc).

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  7. I love discovering new veggie dishes, even though I'm not a vegetarian, but do love good ham and steak as well. The hip thing now in Paris is tar tar, raw meat and fish. I'd like to sample some soon.

    I had some Chinese on the weekend. It had been a long while and hubby and I both appreciated. These pics look so tempting!

    I'm getting ready to travel over to the U.S. Surely will savor some great cuisine! Can't wait to be back there!

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  8. there is not a better cuisine! delicious!

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  9. I'm drooling over that soft shell crab... yummy!

    PS... I'm in SoCal now. I arrived here last week. xoxo

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  10. My oh my!!! Everything looks DELICIOUS!!! Love everything you ordered!

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  12. Not at all adventurous when it comes to food. I stick with the tried and true. I don't even like eating out, because too often I'll be eating something and then someone says that there's some ingredient in it that I do not eat. In fact when I travel I eat even less than what I do when I'm at home.

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  13. Everything looks amazing! It's so much more fun to be adventurous with food. If you don't like it, then at least you can say you were brave enough to try!

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  14. So yummy, darling!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  15. I can't even imagine what all that food tastes like but I WANT IT. I love trying new foods!

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  16. Gosh girl you are making me drool. Those sashimi look absolutely mouth-watering!

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  17. OMG LOBSTER SANDWICH?! Now I just want to jump onto a plane to Taiwan!! I love trying new foods when I travel, although I do of course have my limits. Did you eat some stinky tofu in Taipei? You should - it's delish!

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  18. Oh my! That does look yummy! I try not to get too adventurous when I go away on vacation, only because I don't want to be stuck in my room if something doesn't sit well with me (if you know what I mean!). But I'd like to think I'm a pretty adventurous gal when it comes to food :)

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  19. OMG...please no more....you're killing me! I'm going to have to plan a trip to Taiwan now.

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  20. Ooh--lobster sandwich sounds wonderful!

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  21. Let's put it this way, I love to try new food, but I'm no Anthony Bourdain.

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  22. that food looks amazing. I want to go to taipei one day so I can sample all the amazing street food - I heard it's the best!

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