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Don't miss the food at this Matai'an institution...
This funky restaurant and cafe overlooks Wenshui River. The two indigenous sisters running the place whip up some fine meals (mostly hotpot and hot plates), and play good music to boot.
Qinyuan Chun offers hearty Shanghainese in a historical environment. The restaurant opened in 1949, the year Chiang Kai-shek and his forces fled to Taiwan, and still seems to embody the values of that era...
A spacious rustic restaurant that does both Amis and Paiwan dishes well. Portions are generous too. Signature dishes include chicken soup (雞湯; jītāng ) with local cinnamon and fish cooked with maqaw (馬告魚; mǎgàoyú )...
At E-Das Restaurant inside the Leader Village resort in Bulowan, indigenous chefs have brought their local cooking to a whole new level (as alluded to by the name of a popular set meal 'The Wild Boar Meets the Eiffe...
Behind Chaotian Temple , where Bo'ai Rd (博愛路) meets Datong Rd (大同路), a green awning and open frontage mark this old shop specialising in local beef (牛肉; niúròu ), which is served lightly blanched, in soup, or braised...
This long-running restaurant on the tourist street, just past the Atayal Museum, serves some excellent if obscure indigenous dishes such as bird's nest fern, betel-nut salad, bamboo partridge and fried bees (they tas...
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