Must-see restaurants in Penghu Islands

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    Cauliflower Old Memory

    Gather a group of four or more then make the 25-minute trek to the town's eastern edge for a full range of authentic Penghu specialities, including…

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    La Table de Moz

    Moz, the English-speaking owner of Bang Bang Banana, is an astoundingly talented chef, and before the Bang Bang bar opens, she cooks superb, multi-course,…

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    Beichen Market

    Penghu's main market bustles with stalls selling everything from fresh veggies and dried fish to shoes and woks. Flanking lanes have a selection of…

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    Guo's Blessed Oysters

    Simple but contemporary, this eat-at-the-counter outlet of a local seafood producer serves their juicy oysters in a range of formats: on the shell (NT$150…

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    Ching-Shin Seafood

    It's very humble-looking and way out of Magong, but if you're touring Xiyu, this place is well known for its seafood.

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    Delicious little crispy stuffed pancakes (土司, tǔsī) wash down well with NT$20 iced coffee in this inexpensive cafe decorated with 1940s Japanese-era…

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    Fish Market

    This place is something of a magnet for western visitors thanks to the tacos, cheap draught beer (NT$80), fried seafood and most of all the owner, Liya,…

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    Sha Ai Chuang

    Loosely translated as 'foolish lovepub', this handsome colonial building was once the home of Penghu's first county chief. It’s now a restaurant serving…

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    Jang Jin Restaurant

    With over three decades of public acclaim for its top-quality fresh seafood, the owners don't need to worry much about the decor.