Unique Soup Restaurants in Taipei

Unique Soup Restaurants in Taipei
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'Good Eye Taipei' shares less well-known soup dishes in Taiwan.

Taiwanese beef noodle soup has gained international fame in recent years, and CNN Travel has recently featured an article on "World's Most Expensive Beef Noodle Soup" sold in Taiwan.

But Taiwanese cuisine has much more to offer. From intestines to seafood, herbal-tasting broth to pig blood, Taiwan's traditional soups dishes have few things in common — aside from fresh ingredients and decade-old recipes.

“Good Eye Taipei,” a new bilingual Taipei city guide, shares six unique soup dishes to try — for when you get tired of beef noodle soup.

Real Pork Ribs Soup (原汁排骨湯)

No. 32, Lane 49, Bao'an St, Taipei City

177

"Sips of soup joined by bites of tender daikon and pork ribs."

A-Tong A-Bao Four-Herb Soup (阿桐阿寶四神湯)

No. 151, Minsheng W Rd, Taipei City

178

"A must-try traditional Taiwanese cuisine — holy grail medicinal soup made with Chinese medicinal herbs and pork intestine."

Chang Ji Street Pig Blood Soup (昌吉豬血湯)

No. 46, Changji St, Taipei City

179

"A perfect combination of Chinese chives, shacha sauce, and tender pig blood."

Mackerel Thick Soup (紅燒土魠魚羹)

No. 61, Minle St, Taipei City

180

"Mackerel fried to crisp perfection and soaked in Chinese cabbage stew."

Ah Tsai Milk Fish (阿財虱目魚)

No. 53, Neijiang St, Taipei City

181

"Tender milkfish in clear broth — a perfect late night delight."

Beitou Pot-side Sticker Soup (北投鼎邊銼)

No. 30, Xinshi St, Taipei City

182

"Enjoy al dente rice paste cooked in a soup made with a variety of ingredients."

“Good Eye Taipei” can be purchased at all major bookstores in Taiwan. Check out TNL’s interview with the author here.

Editor: Olivia Yang