台北市中正區忠孝東路一段108號二樓
No. 108, Section 1, Zhongxiao East Road
Zhongzheng District 100

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
05:30am - 12:30pm

Wednesday:
05:30am - 12:30pm

Thursday:
05:30am - 12:30pm

Friday:
05:30am - 12:30pm

Saturday:
05:30am - 12:30pm

Sunday:
05:30am - 12:30pm

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Thanks to Klook, you can now purchase through them and get it deliver to your hotel. Although you have to spend more in the delivery fee but at least it worth your time! So you don’t need to join the queue and eat it in your hotel instead.

I love my dough fritters and they’re an absolute must-have whenever there’s soy milk around; but I gotta say for all the goodies Singapore has, it cannot, imho, beat the dough fritters from Taipei — specifically that of 复航豆漿. A little oily yes, but so so crispy, light, paradoxically ethereal I’d even say. I was enjoying mine in their popular 薄饼, a thin flatbread stuffed with an omelette and said dough fritter. What I adore about Taipei’s flatbreads is they aren’t doughy and bready like those Middle Eastern/European ones, instead extremely flaky and even a little buttery, like a cross between prata and bread. Super shiok to eat, an absolute carb indulgence, and perfect when dunked into a bowl of thick, sweetened soy milk. It is immensely filling though and if, like me, you’ve got makan places lined up back-to-back, ordering a dough fritter alone would still bring 110% satisfaction.

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First visited this place 6 years back, until today it always have very long queue. it’s located at the 2nd floor of Hua Shan Market and once you exit the mrt station, you will see people rushing to the queue. The queue starts from the entrance, to the double flight of stairs and to the food court. Only Fu Hang Soya bean have queue, the other stalls are usually quiet. Also, Fu Hang closes at 12.30pm. I have been there at 7am and the queue was super long too lol so no difference in what time you go.
If you are dining there, their soy milk comes in big bowl where you use spoon to drink it super shiok. Another signature drink is their salted soy milk, very unique savoury taste that sg doesn’t have. I also love their egg crepe with You tiao. The crepe is thin and chewy, they also have Flat bread version which can get very dry as you eat as it thick and filling.
This place is definitely a place to go for breakfast and will not break your bank. Even locals love Fu Hang. Must visit. i wouldn’t say their You tiao or Soy milk is extraordinary but a good experience to eat like the locals ❤️ #jxeatstravel

I feel cheated. And it's soooo oily and dough-y.

Fu Hang Dou Jiang 阜杭豆漿 is one of those food places in Taipei that keep attracting long queues, and you would just be tempted to join the line to taste what the fuss is all about.

Its specialty is in Taiwanese style breakfast food.

The Egg Crepe (NT$38, SGD$1.70) was chewy on its texture, having it fresh meant there was a lovely smoky aroma.

http://danielfooddiary.com/2017/02/06/fuhangdoujiang/ #DFDTaipei

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We were weirded out by the idea of having savoury tau huay. After trying 阜行's salty soy bean, I now find it better than the usual sweet version. 阜行's take is the best I've had, with the soy curdling into a larger, solid lump. Topped with chopped pickles, chives, and bits of fried dough fritters, it tastes shockingly similar to chawanmushi/a simple steamed egg custard.

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