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No. 8-1, Emei Street
萬華區 108

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10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

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Yes! Finally I get to try this. You could purchase in advance through Klook, just show your voucher and you are good to go.

I ordered the spicy one and I actually regretted. Haha it was so spicy that my tongue is burning. So be careful especially those who can’t eat spicy.

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Ah Chung flour rice.
I can eat this for every breakfast or twice a day. love the intestine and the gluey soup gravy🍲🍜 They have 2 other stalls in Shilin night market and Zhongxiao E road


Somehow it tasted alot nicer this time because @eugenesjw added plenty of chilli, vinegar and garlic sauce. Trust me, with those generous sauces, this is really good. At least good enough to satisy my meesua craving. And also, i’m staying near here so for the convenience too. In fact, still my must-try here. Shiok ah!


This is my 2nd time back this year, any NEW NEW must go cafes I should check out, let me know... though my food itinerary seems packed already 🤣, though not as packed as @juicyfingers 😂🤣 DFD is also looking for a Taipei correspondent - based in Taipei, foodie, can write (English), can shoot, send your emails and writing sample / IG handle over to [email protected] (Don’t apply through message cos I get too many there.) 新加坡,明年見!#DFDTaipei

Served with salty cured pig intestines, this gloopy dish comes with extremely silky noodles, and a strong bonito flavored gravy hits you like a train. Adding the condiments (pureed garlic, chili sauce, and vinegar) gives it a whole new dimension of flavor.

For 65 NTD, it’s the perfect way to warm up on cool winters day.


Recommended for good reason, much much nicer than the ones available in Singapore. Thankfully there wasn't a queue. Taipei in July is so bloody hot though, this would be super comforting and warm in cold weather.