四海豆浆大王 @Datong District, Taipei

Morning spread

Morning spread

So its more than a month since our last overseas trip, and more than 2 years since our last trip to Taiwan!

Simple menu

Simple menu

After dumping our luggage at our hotel, we were in need of nice breakfast. Near our hotel was a popular breakfast place, 四海豆浆大王, (Four Seas Soy Milk King), that was recommended by our hotel.  The menu was in Chinese, and we shared:

  • 鹹豆漿 Salted Soy Milk (NT$25): Looking like some kind of watery stew, there were little bits of coagulated soy milk. It did not look too appetising, but it was delicious! The mixture of soy milk, 冬菜 (a type of preserved vegetable), dried shrimps, and pieces of 油條 (fried dough fritters) was simple but delightful.
  • 燒餅夾蔥蛋 Flat-bread with Spring Onion Egg (NT$25): Freshly made, the hot prata-lookalike flaky flat-bread pastry had a nice chewy texture and hubby enjoyed it very much!
  • 肉包 Steamed Pork Bun (NT$18): While the bun fillings were quite little, it was very flavourful, and the skin was delicious, unlike some of the buns that we have locally with skin peeling off all over the place.

What a great way to start our trip!

Contact:

  • Location: 台北市大同區長安西路29號, No. 29, Chang’an W Rd, Datong District, Taipei City, Taiwan 103
  • Hrs: 6am – 9:30pm (Mon-Sat), 6am – 1pm (Sun)
  • Nearest MRT: Between Zhongshan Station and Taipei Train Station 捷運中山站與台北車站的中間
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