• Lǐ Lái Jū Shū Shí

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禮來居蔬食 is a place of typical Taiwanese blend of cultures and styles including Japanese (where oolong noodles originate), western (xmas deco), and buddhist. Noodles are handmade and vegan as are most of the dishes and finger foods like dim sum. Fast service. Open Mon-Sat 11:30am-2:00pm, 5:30pm-8:00pm. Closed Sun.

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2 Reviews

First Review by ipix1999


Points +8041

11 Nov 2019

Great value!

I wasn’t feeling hungry enough to order a full set, so I just opted for the spicy kitsune udon noodle soup on its own (NT$170). And yet it still came with a little side of dried bean curd, my choice of beverage (almond tea, winter melon tea, or black tea), and black tofu pudding. What an amazing deal! The noodles are handmade and have more bite to them than packaged ones. They sell them for you to cook at home, too. Additionally, they make other items like steamed buns NT$30 each) in various flavors.

The only ovo-vegetarian entree is the salad (option 2), and if you don’t add the onsen egg, your noodles will be vegan. As for the sides, the egg tofu (option 1), fried cheese rolls (option 3), and tomato caprese (option 11) are ovo- and lacto-vegetarian. The Italian eggplant (option 12) is cooked in the same oil as eggs, in case you want to steer clear of that.

It’s not super authentic Japanese udon, but I suppose the flavors and the feel of the place makes up for that.

Updated from previous review on 2019-11-11

Pros: Mostly vegan, Friendly staff, Nice atmosphere

Cons: Not authentic



Points +40

22 Aug 2019

Good food

Very friendly personnel, delicious food. English menu card, and some people speek english.

Pros: Some speak english, English menu card

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