An authentic Taiwanese restaurant brought by my classmates. Friends who want to eat Chinese food but don't want to eat Sichuan and Cantonese food can try it~ The proprietress is from Tainan, very gentle, she always smiles, and the service is extra! The layout of the small shop is very warm and Taiwanese. The serving is also fast. Highly recommend the braised pork rice!!! The braised pork is small pieces, the stew is very soft and glutinous, the braised gravy bibimbap is perfect, oh, a big bite is huge. The crispy chicken tastes normal, not the salty crispy chicken I want to eat, but more like a chicken chop. There are also a lot of fabrics for danzai. Taiwanese students said it is a Tainan specialty, you can order it!! Large amount and affordable. The 16.5-Euro dinner set has two side dishes + huge main dish + drink (or dessert). The lunch set meal is cheaper.
Chicago's Momotaro Japanese food-"Aji Yakusugi" is amazing, smoked with a thousand-year-old cypress, with a touch of old wood and smoky flavor especially special.
Eat more American food, try Japanese food. The Japanese food in this shop is good, they are all exquisite. The portion of Teriyaki Chicken Drumstick Rice inside is a bit too small, the price is very expensive, the salmon is very fresh, and the local tyrants eat.
This is truly an unforgettable experience, and the restaurant is worth my visit again. We had steak No. 5 ($100 for 5 ounces), along with sushi, tomatoes and Momotaro tartare. I read a review in a magazine and said that it tastes like Kobe beef. I don't have that taste, but I like it very much.
Eating here is really great, it is a small dining experience. The waiter recommended us special dishes. The appetizers were miso soup and cauliflower. They also had delicious eel rolls and vegetarian eggplant rolls. The steak and green bean skewers in the restaurant were also very good. The decoration of the restaurant is also very beautiful.