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3/5 Overall good prices and good food. It’s not the cheapest or most expensive you can find in Taipei, but it’s quick and easily accessible especially if you’re a tourist.
They have English menus, but the order form is in Chinese. You’ll have to play “match the Chinese characters”.
3/5 Sesame Noodles: The Sesame noodles were thick and tasty accompanied with thin strips of cucumber. It’s a common dish you can find throughout Taipei and it’s good, just not good enough to go out of your way to get.
3/5 Shrimp Shao Mai (Shumai) Is pretty average. There wasn’t soy sauce available at the table and it tasted a little dry.
4/5 Sweet Cream Buns: I always love the sweet cream buns. It’s a bun with a sweet egg yolk on the inside. You can find this at many dumpling restaurants and it’s hard to not be tasty.
It’s definitely good if you’re in the area. But I couldn’t give it 4/5 because it wasn’t good enough to go out of your way to get.
It’s food, but you’re not going to enjoy it
Didn’t meet minimum meal expectations
Satisfying and an adequate meal.
So good you’ll eat here again!
You will remember this meal for the rest of your life!
Not required or expected. Some restaurants may have a 10% service charge.
Each rating TAIWANEATER rating is comprised of Quality, Service and Value (in order of the rating’s most important points).
QUALITY: The [Quality] is based on how good the food tastes and the presentation.
SERVICE: The [Service] is based on the dining experience. This includes the ambiance of the restaurant and how the interactions with the staff.
VALUE: The [Value] is based on both the Quality and Service in relation to the price. Ratings for food with a low price are a little more generous than food with a high price.
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