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Friday, August 17, 2018

Fu Hang Dou Jiang 阜杭豆漿

Skipping Yong He Dou Jiang which we already have in Singapore, Fu Hang Dou Jiang is one of the popular breakfast spots in Taipei that you may want to add to your itinerary. Well liked by the tourists and local, it is not surprising that one may have to queue for hours just to get their breakfast.

Operations of Fu Hang Dou Jiang
As long as we hurried to the place after alighting from their metro we were quite skeptical of the long queue that comes out all the way from the building's 2nd level to their ground floor and to its perimeters. There I began to worry about the time needed to queue for the weather is so hot in August even during the morning time.

The Queue from Level 1
Not long after, we went up into the food court following the queue. Everything was swift, including the ordering portion.

Over at the Counter
While lining up , we get to see the operations in the kitchen.

Neat Kitchen
Everyone in the kitchen was just too involved in their delegated duties.

Operations in Kitchen
This is something interesting to me. The staff is trying to reach the breads in his oven with a pair of long metal thongs.

The catch here is that you have to make up your mind quick when ordering the items because you can only rejoin the queue later on if you want to add on. That's a lot of time taken!

It was said that the local would prefer the Salty Soya Bean Milk to the original. I'm too use to the original taste and not quite comfortable in having the salty version. However, I will still give it a try as such Soya Bean Milk is rare back home.

Salty Soya Bean Curd 咸豆漿 35 NT$
The good thing I notice about Taiwanese Soya Bean is the smoothness in their milk drink without being too thick. The thickness is just at its right amount.

Soya Bean Milk 豆漿 30 NT$ 
Besides the bowl of Soya Bean Milk, the fried dough stick was something commendable. It was fragrant, light and fluffy. The crispy skin on the stick was an addiction. Furthermore, though these are fried items, they are not too greasy.

 Fried Dough Stick 油条 25 NT$
Last but not least, a decent try of they egg crepe. Soft, naturally sweet with the eggs and scallion.

Egg Crepe 蛋饼 30 NT$
It was quite lucky that we had queued less than 30 minutes, there were many tourists, Japanese and Koreans made up a majority.

Though the WOW Factor is not very big on their food, I would say after trying their Soya Bean Milk and dough sticks, what we have at home in Singapore cannot be compared over here. How I wish we have such wonderful items back home, of course that includes the pocket friendly pricing and tasty food. 

Fu Hang Dou Jiang 阜杭豆漿
Location: Huashan Traditional Market 2nd Floor, No. 108, Section 1, 100, Section 1, Zhongxiao East Road, Taipei City, Zhongzheng District. 中正區忠孝東路一段108號2樓之28(華山市場二樓)

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