If you like authentic Mexican food,
you've probably heard of Amy's Kitchen. And guess
what, you heard it right: Amy's Kitchen has re-opened.
Walking into Amy's Kitchen is like walking into
a Mexican den: no opulent embellishments, but a
cozy easiness. The food here can best be described
as "cactus style"--uncomplicated preparation
and satisfying potions in relaxing surroundings.
Every item here is an authentic Mexican dish carefully
prepared by the owner. The special Mexican Spicy
Salsa has captured many hearts, and enchanted first-time
Amy's Kitchen has specialized in Mexican dishes
for over fifteen years. Mexicans, and those of
other nationalities who love Mexican food, have
found relief from their homesickness here among
the onions, tomatoes, and chili peppers. Amy's
Kitchen is even a must-visit place for Mexican
Their cheese quesadilla, burrito, corn tortilla
fajita, and flauta may not seem particularly special,
but these dishes and the other sidedishes produce
great differences in taste and flavor due to the
different types of flour used, the amount of water
added, and whether other spices and seasonings
have been added. For those trying Mexican food
for the first time, the owner recommends the corn
tostada for appetizer, and the super burrito for
the main course. Most dishes are priced between
NT$400 and NT$500.
Friendships have formed here because of the Mexican
food. And even after the grand opening period,
the owners will continue to offer their customers
an exceptional service. To find out what it is,
you'll have to go in person.