Dining in Taiwan
- Categories of Restaurant
- Taiwanese, Chinese, and Cantonese Food. All of China's regional culinary styles are available. You can also find the cuisine of other countries throughout the world.
- Visit the website Taiwan.net
- Rules For Eating Out
- Resstaurants are open from AM11:00 till PM 9:00.
Tipping is not customary. Restaurants include 10% service charge in the bill.
|Economy Meal||Less than 150 NTD|
|Medium Price Meal||About 500 NTD|
|Good Quality Meal||More than 800 NTD|
- Food Specialties
- Taiwan is famous for great seafood dishes like grilled or steamed squid, prawn or shrimp. Authentic Taiwanese cooking is also known as Holo or Minnanese. Ginger is the most common spice added. Other food specialties include shrimp rolls, fried eel, baked clams and crabs with rich ginger honey sauce. When frying, Taiwanese use pork fat which provide instant flavor to meats. Dumplings and dimsum are also common in Taipei.
- Dietary Restrictions
- Culinary restrictions are different from one religion to another.
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