Sun Star Bacolod - - Opinion -

Never leave Tai­wan with­out eat­ing some fa­mous Tai­wanese dishes. It may be a cliché, but I just had to line up for Tai­wan’s fa­mous Din Tai Fung. In­ter­na­tion­ally known for its xi­ao­long­bao, the line is def­i­nitely worth the wait. Named as one of the top 10 restau­rants in the world by the New York Times in 1993, its Hong Kong branch was awarded with a Miche­lin star. Tai­wan was re­cently voted by CNN as the best food des­ti­na­tion in the world, hav­ing a culi­nary philos­phy of “eat of­ten and eat well”. Beef noo­dles, bub­ble tea, pan fried buns, fried chicken, stinky tofu, fish ball soup, and hot pot dishes are among the spe­cial­ties one can’t leave Tai­wan with­out eat­ing.

This year, you should def­i­nitely do your share of “Taiwander­ing.”*



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