After a thoroughly delicious meal and an eyeful of the unusual decor at Wu Jiao Chuan Ban, it might seem like such an anti climax that our next stop is at a tea centre in town. It's the usual tourist trap, they bring you to a designated 'centre', convince you that their product has so many wonderful properties and is unique to their country, and the hapless tourist such as us, lap it up and fall right into the trap.
Xiao Long Bao (Dumplings filled with delicious soup)
Yum Yum Yum (excuse the blurry shot)
Pork chop noodles
Wantan (prawn dumpling) noodles
Trying to be true to this post's title, here are pictures of our last lunch in Taipei the next day. The eatery is just a few streets down from our hotel, Imperial Hotel Taipei, so it should be easy to find.
Fried oyster Kang Kong
"Ma You Ji"/ Sesame Oil Chicken
The Taiwanese rice are fragrant, soft and pearlescent, just like Japanese rice (which I love!)