Taiwan- noodle shop

16 Jan

There are some local noodle shops by where I live in Taiwan. They are usually served for breakfast or an early lunch. Noodles are so cheap (less than $1 a bowl), now, let’s see what these noodle shops offer!

乾麵- Plain noodles with a simple sauce made with vinegar, sesame oil. Next to it, we got some kelp and tofu! Simple and yummy!

This is from another noodle shop. Here, they have tofu, meat, and pork intestine topped with a thick soy sauce and ginger. You might be a little grossed out by intestines, but they are used a lot in Taiwanese dishes.

A closer look at the meat that is served along side of your noodles.

This is Taiwanese style noodles, noodles served in a thicker sauce and topped with chives and bean sprouts.

For less than $5, you can surely get a full and delicious breakfast meal! I love Taiwan!


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