Hungry?

Looking through my iPhoto library I noticed I have taken a lot of photos of food since arriving in Taiwan almost six months ago. This post is a gallery of some of the food I have encountered here and should not be viewed by anyone with an empty stomach. The pictures are presented in the chronological order of the date they were taken.

The first two pictures are from a restaurant in Zhonghe that I was treated to by Cathy’s former boss the day after I arrived in Taiwan:

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In Changhua one day we had: shrimp ball soup, Taiwan sausage, duck eggs, and intestines (which I politely declined after one):

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At Marton, a toilet themed restaurant:

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If memory serves me correct, we were in Tienmu:

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Some tea eggs, sold at convenience stores everywhere:

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Hot Pot in Nantou County:

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I have no idea where I took this picture:

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At a restuarant in Jhongsing Village:

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This place is a short walk from the Yongan Market MRT station:

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Din Tai Fung absolutely rocks:

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Pictures from Shilin Night Market:

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Eating out with friends:

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On the streets of Jhongsing Village:

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Curry Hot Pot in Danshui:

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Shrimp and Lobster Ravioli at Macaroni Grill:

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A couple action photos:

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Korean food in Taichung. Can I say that I love Korean food when I only order the same two dishes everytime?

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I don’t know who Mr. Chou is, but he makes some badass Shrimp Rolls in Tainan:

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A meal at Cathy’s mom’s house in Jhongsing Village:

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Vietnamese food near Taipei Main Station:

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Maybe after six more months I’ll have another compilation. I hope you enjoyed!

3 thoughts on “Hungry?

  1. I noticed the same about the contents of my pictures when I was putting together a PowerPoint for my trip home. I could have made a presentation on food alone!

    PS: I was planning to do a similar post on American food from my trip – stay tuned 🙂

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