The Chinese name of the restaurant literally meant "Taiwan Small Eatery" and that was what it served: authentic, inexpensive Taiwanese food that was sold at roadside eateries in Taiwan. It even played old (very old) Taiwanese/Japanese songs in the background.
Our favorite was the Crispy tofu with cucumber chili sauce. We also liked most of the noodle dishes that we had tried . The only dish we did not like was the Tu-Tuo fish noodle soup. We could not detect fish in the fried fish. They tasted like fried flour.
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