So I am back in Taiwan for two months for a summer internship. Loving it here so far, can’t wait for all the food adventures to come.
People always ask me what Taiwan is famous for. Well, the first thing that comes to my mind is food. People take food very seriously here. Good food, especially. No matter if it’s a bowl of noodles from a street vendor, or lunch at a six-star hotel, chances are, it’s going to taste amazing. Not to sound cocky, but that’s just how we roll.
So yesterday, my mom’s friends invited my sister and I to join them at their gathering at The W Hotel in Taipei. They had a reservation for 12 for the lunch buffet. Hm… lunch? buffet? You bet I am in.
It’s absolutely gorgeous at the hotel. I have been here a few times last year for drinks. The Kitchen Table is the name of the restaurant that serves the buffets. Though the variety is not as much as some other hotels we’ve visited in the past, everything was still delicate and of course, delicious.
Overall, it was a wonderful experience. However, with the semi-high price for this lovely buffet, it was definitely a treat!