Recommendation by Lemi
The food in Du Xiao Yue packs both flavor and history. In 1895, fisherman Taro Hong sold noodles in front of a temple to tide over the stormy season, which explains the restaurant’s name that translates to “living through the bad months.” Today, Du Xiao Yue is a favorite of both locals and tourists for its menu of authentic Taiwanese cuisine. Although Du Xiao Yue is famous for their noodles, To To says that the Cold Mola Mola Intestine dressed in Sauce, Deep-fried Fish Roe, Dress Jelly Chicken Soup, Beef Sticky Rice with Ginger, and Gaojha (糕渣, shrimp, chicken, and beef stewed in soup then fried) are must-haves on the table. To To gives special recognition to Du Xiao Yue’s Chinese Rice Pudding, a mixture of black and sticky rice topped with fruits and beans—a perfectly balanced dessert to cap off your wonderful meal!
9-1, Yongkang Street, Da'an District, Taipei, Taiwan
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