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Wu Chun Tea Hall

Customers entering this nostalgic Taiwanese tea shop will immediately sense its richly traditional, pleasing ambiance, which makes it nice for various gatherings. They also can enjoy the authentic teas–including milk and oolong teas–plus snacks and other dishes. Delicacies include a soft, fragrant Sticky Rice Cake with Roasted Tea Flour, Fried Chicken, and Radish Cake (NT$60-110). Among other dishes are Pickled Watermelon Pot, Squid Whelks and Leeks Soup (set meal NT$180-210); Salted Bean Pickled Vegetable and Bitter Gourd Rice (NT$360); Taiwanese Three Cups Chicken; Taiwanese Braised Pork Belly (set meal NT$200-300); and Savory Tanyuan with Coronarium, plus the noodles with stir-fried red onions that are a part of many local childhood memories. Diners can savor this exquisite food in a culturally-rich venue decorated with ink paintings and hanging red lanterns. Ten-plus available drinks (NT$55-140) include Bubble Tea, Oolong Tea, and Pineapple Tea. –By Niang Chen Translated by Anna Yang

南屯區大進街377號 (04) 2322-1669
377, DaJing St, Nantun Dist
11:30 am-9 pm

東區大智路51號 (04) 2222-0618
51, DaZhi Rd, East Dist
11:30 am-10:30 pm

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