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One of the things I love best about Taipei is the unexpected and quirky micro-eateries. These are labours of love, places that might be no bigger than a family living room but that create an oasis of calm and space … Continue reading
The February edition of Centered on Taipei magazine is now out. And I am excited that in this edition, there are not one but two Taiwanxifu articles.
I am happy to introduce another blog post written by fellow foodie and friend, Maria Tan. I am sure you will love her Christmas Eve discovery, hidden in the backstreets of Taipei. I just love stumbling across unexpected discoveries in the back alleyways … Continue reading
Did anyone else in Taipei love the beautiful late Autumn, sunny weather? Perfect for venturing out and about, and for catching up with friends.
Many Taiwanese are either full-time vegetarians, or ‘part-time’ vegetarians who abstain from meat on the first and the fifteenth of the lunar month. It is not uncommon to dine out where at least one person in the group is vegetarian, … Continue reading
Several weeks ago, I was telling someone how much I enjoyed eating out at ‘Stir-fry 100’ places. ‘Stir-fry what?’, she said. ‘How come I have never heard of such places?’ Which got me thinking that perhaps it was time to … Continue reading
Last Friday I went out for a long lunch. I do enjoy many business lunches, but given work demands usually I try not to be out of the office for too long. But on this occasion the food, the ambience, the … Continue reading
Taiwanxifu is excited to present a guest blog post from Maria Tan, a Taipei based writer, consultant and foodie. Maria has agreed to share her experience of dining at Taipei’s L’Atelier, a French fine dining restaurant that is part of … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, Mr Taiwanxifu took me out on a date. Being a food lovers, you would think we go out on dates all the time. But not so: outside of work or social functions, we usually eat simply at … Continue reading