Moderate size, zen-like setting. House specialty is the crispy pan fried dumplings (gyoza) known in Mandarin as "kuo tey." Uses organic vegetables. Brown rice available. Has an English menu. Daily dinner only from 5-9pm. Price: Moderate more-less
Chinese, Organic
104, Datun 18th Street (alley location between Da Win St & Win Shin Rd)
Taichung, Taiwan
04-2329-2322

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First Review by Brie
Chia
Chia
  • vegetarian
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Nice little place

4
Posted on 09 / 09 / 2012

Came here on a previous trip to Taiwan. I remember it being located in a residential area, decorated in simple modern decor with Asian flair. Was quite busy that night. Good food. Try the pan fried dumplings "gyoza." Not cheap but moderate for the whole trendy atmosphere and feel.


Brie
Brie
  • mostly-vegetarian
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+9

"The Little Buddhist House"

4
Posted on 10 / 08 / 2011

People call this place by different names, but everyone I know who has been there becomes a regular. Small, cozy, great staff, English menu. Sadly, they don't serve the dumplings anymore, but everything else on the menu is rad. What me and a friend get every time: spicy fungas (don't laugh, it's awesome), seseme noodles, maotai tofu and the seasonal (scald) vegetables. It's the perfect amount for two. Insanely cheap and yummy!

Pros: yummy, english menu, cheap
Cons: small, no dumplings!, 20 minute wait for take away

 

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