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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > February 2008

A-Jin Tann-An Noodles

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A-Jin Tann-An Noodles

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A-Jin Tann-An Noodles

146, FuXing S Rd, Sec 1
停業 Closed

Within the crowded, trendy ZhongXiao-FuXing district, even something as simple as fried noodles take on a classy, elegant air. With a soft spot for old-fashioned Taiwanese dishes, the owner of A-Jin Tann-ah Noodles has set up a floral-print restaurant, which employs professional Taiwanese and Japanese chefs to cook up classic food in a tasty way. The well-liked noodle shop is nostalgic favorite for older guests, and dishes here are gaining popularity with the younger generation. --By Queena Hung, translated by Ann Lee

A.The chefs expertly prepare dishes like Leeks with Goose Intestines (NT$120), made with garlic and chili pepper. Their signature dish, Tann-ah Noodles (NT$50), contains pork broth, fish and Japanese seaweed.

B. Lan-Yang Gaojha (蘭陽糕渣NT$100), another favorite here, is made with chunks of chicken stock, shredded shrimp and corn powder, dipped into an egg batter and deep fried. The Japanese He-feng Style Octopus (NT$150) is a relatively simple dish that's served with a delicious sauce.

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