Been eating heavy dinners for the last 3 days straight … and can feel the heaviness coming unto me.
Today I was brought to eat lamb meat meat buffet style in a small shop at a all alley out somewhere. The shops is popular and full of people. As usual we had to queue by the time we arrived there. Lucky the wait was short as all of us we hungry.
Outside the shops .. with lots of helmets and raincoats as it was raining.
Another shot of the shop in case you want to know the name of the shop =)
Inside, it was stuffy and hot if compared to the outside which was cool. Actually the best time to eat lamb meat was on a cold day but today was not that cold but just cool as we could feel the heat and sauna in the shop.
People enjoying the food.
On each table there is a stove and they will serve the soup with the lamb meat into a pot and best part, it is free flow which you can ask them to refill.
Aside from that we also ordered fried rice (which was very tasty when fried with small shrimp) and fried noodles.
We can also pick and select the extra like vegetables, fish ball and others from the counter
Yum yum… just look at the fat meat… HAHA!!
I believed we had a couple of refills and extras.
By the end of it, our pot was empty and our stomach fill to the brim!! and our clothes soaking wet with sweat Lol due to the sauna in the shop.
Had dinner at one of the famous shops selling beef noodles in Hsinchu; original and also the hot and spicy ones with side dishes to order.
The bowls are huge and for the hot and spicy, it is really hot and spicy. Haha
Original Beef Noodle
Dry hot and Spicy beef noodle
Dumpling in hot and spicy sauce
It was a nice meals. I can people queuing outside to get a seat to eat the noodles. So the place is pratically full all the time.
What a ‘welcoming’ site to Taiwan; wet and cold. It took 45min before I got to the hotel and it was still raining. Was hungry as the airplane food did not help much on me stomach.
So … the next best thing was to borrow an umbrella from the hotel and to look for food nearest to the hotel. Mmm… saw this small little shop each time I was here but never step in or tried this place. It was always full of people during dinner time. So tonight was the night to give it a try.
The deco is like a typical simple Japanese stall … guess most it customers were Japanese (can see also lots of Japanese words and magazines and lots of empty sake bottles)
All the empty bottles…..
Tables and chairs are small but comfortable. Menu was simple and in both English and Japanese. Asked the waitress for their specialty and she recommended their Japanese fried chicken. (everything Japanese haha). Aside from that we ordered some fried glass noodles, fried rice, fried veg, fried dumpling and fried prawns…. Geesh.. all fried stuff.. Lol
Name cards of their customers who dine there.
Pineapple Beer anyone? Taste real nice…. Ladies will like this a lot.
Fried Glass noodles
Their speciality….. Japanese Fried Chicken
Fried prawns with pineapple with sweet and salty mayo.
Overall, the food is nice and home cook. Guess we will come back again the next time and to try the others dishes which are not on their menu.