You won’t be hungry travelling to Taiwan because it has such an abundance of veggie food.
And buffet spreads like that are so common in Taiwan. This is Ming De located in the basement of Taipei 101 building.
Because you pay what you weigh, I’ve to make sure I only chose food I really like. Here’s what I’ve finally decided on.
When in Taiwan, you need to go local. Eat local food. Smelly tofu is one of them. Crispy and hot. Yummo.
This vermicelli soupy mix is addictive.
Spicy but I’m no fan of radish, so this is an okay dish.
This is the shop in Hualien where I ate the delicious smelly tofu and mee suah. Yes, looks are deceiving.
A friendly couple runs this quaint little shop en route to He Huan Mountain. They sell delicious freeze dried oyster mushroom, must buy.
You don’t expect posh food halfway up the mountains, so I was thankful to tuck into this tofu, mushroom and carrot rice set twice. Yes, on the way up and coming down the next day.
And this is the best breakfast I’ve had during my trip in Hualien. We had a guilt-free aka healthy feast at one of the bed and breakfast (Jumpark) in the last days of the trip.