The more famous Taiwanese ramen shop in Nagoya is very distinctive. Ramen is different from Japan. The soup is sweeter but delicious.
Nagoya's Chinese cuisine includes noodles, steamed dumplings, wontons, sweet and sour pork, fried rice, etc. The taste is very average!
I was very disappointed when I came here. The store is very big with three or four floors. We sat on the third floor with a lot of people. We ordered the mapo tofu, rice bowl, Taiwan ramen, and chicken wings. As expected.
This store is very large with three or four floors. In addition to stir-fried vegetables, there are also Mapo tofu, Taiwanese ramen, etc. It is indeed a specialty of Nagoya under the name of Taiwan. It was opened by a Chinese restaurant owner from Taiwan.
It is said that this restaurant is run by a Chinese restaurant owner from Taiwan. The store here is very large. I don’t feel that the noodles I have eaten in Taiwan are delicious. The environment is very clean and the service attitude is very good.