|There's that big vat on the left side of the cart, and on the right side, hidden by the vendor , |
are the bowls of add-ins.
We ordered the NT60 bowl - the bigger bowl. We shared the bowl just to try.
|After Googling this delicacy, |
we found out that this is the very popular
Oyster Vermicelli Soup.
|I said we would have this to go, just so I can have this cute box.|
|This was the Oysters with Tofu. Just in case you wanted to have a closer look :D|
After we got our rooms in the afternoon, and after doing some more sightseeing (or walking around the block), we were invited to have dinner at---- TADA!!!!
|Welcome to |
Din Tai Fung!
Xiao Long Bao!
The star of the show, and I hope you can see why. Look at those swirls, so perfect.
|Fried Pork Belly Rice.|
I know so many like this.
The chops were moist, flavorful and soft. So soft, it feels like a patty.
I wasn't too excited about it, but M liked it very much.
|Fried on sticks smorgasbord|
|They like their fruits.|
|National Palace Museum lobbyWe weren't allowed to take pictures of the pieces inside.|
Wintermelon Soup, or so I think. It's so hard to ask question in Taiwan.
Please correct me if I'm wrong. This soup tastes and looks like Tinola, but has wintermelon
cuts in it. The soup is so comforting.
|Beef Tendons. Sinfully yummy :)|
|Red Adzuki ice cream, from the nearest convenience store.|
A cool way to end a hectic day.
|Rental bikes. How cool is that.|
|Breakfast : I'm glad I was able to try this on our last breakfast at the hotel. M was raving about these dimsum- it's like meatballs wrapped in rice. I don't know what they're called. They weren't bad. But I didn't like them as much as the--|