Super 346 Taiwan Beer 啤酒文創館
Super 346 Taiwan Beer 啤酒文創館 Review
4/5 For Just Hanging Out For drinks
Super 346 was one of the worst and most expensive places I’ve eaten in Taiwan. The only reason you should come here is if you want to drink beer and listen to live music without a cover charge.
Don’t drink too much here, because they absolutely will charge you if you vomit. There’s a NT$1000 clean up fee written all over the place, so it looks like people go pretty hard here.
Super 346 Taiwan Beer 啤酒文創館 has live music most nights here from 7:30pm to 8:15pm and then take a break before continuing for another session from 8:45pm-9:30pm. The live music was okay.
There were 5 things ordered
-Taiwan draft beer NT$90
-Calpis Soda NT$
-Seafood Fried Noodles
-Steamed Scallops With Luffa
-Roasted Beef Ribs
3/5 Roasted Beef Ribs
The meat was decent, but everything else with it was BAD. The sauce they served with it was hot and bitter (hot as in temperature), the salad was not fresh, the bamboo in the salad was inedible. I wanted Gordon Ramsey to come here just so they can yell at them.
1/5 Steamed Scallops With Luffa
The scallops and loofa was bad. It had negative flavor. I felt like it sucked out my happiness and soul as I ate it. So, I stopped eating it. They steamed out all the flavor and the scallops were cut up into small pieces. There was probably 1.5 scallops in the dish total. It was actually luffa with 2 scallops (max).
1/5 Seafood Fried Noodles
The stir fried noodles was just wet spaghetti. That’s it. Wet spaghetti. No flavor and a surprising amount of liquid in the noodles.
1/5 Service: The service was incredibly slow. After 40 minutes of waiting, we had to ask about our food and then we got it another 20 minutes later. This didn’t make sense because not many people showed up after us and everyone that was there already had their food.
1/5 Quality: The Quality of the food
1/5 Value: Overpriced food! The total for 2 drinks and 3 dishes came out to NT$1903 (10% service charge included). I felt robbed of two things:
1. They overcharged me by NT$1902 for the food.
2. They stole a delicious meal I could have had in Taiwan in my stomach and replaced it with some garbage food.
4/5 Music and Drinking Experience
As for live music, they didn’t have a minimum charge or additional charge. Most places in Taiwan charge extra for live music. This is a great place if you just want drinks and music. My critical review above is just for food because this is the TaiwanEater Food blog.
This high rating is from a neutral view, if you asked me the rating while eating the food I would have also gave it 1/5 out of anger, but realistically Super 346 is a good place for affordable drinks and music.
Super 346 Taiwan Beer 啤酒文創館 Menu And Additional Photos
Super 346 Taiwan Beer 啤酒文創館 Location
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.
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