The basic ingredients in this are easy, cheap and can be swapped out easily according to what you have in the fridge.
CobaSushi is a tiny restaurant in Ximending selling Kaiseki, a traditional Japanese multicourse dinner.
"Le Bleu Ballon: A Somewhat French-style Patisserie," reads the small sign in front of the shop, signaling a "deviance" from classic French offerings -- that something playful and unconventional is in store.
I judge a coffee shop more by its ambiance than by its offerings of food and coffee.
Why not add a few colorful and interesting options to the dinner starch repertoire?
If you could have a weeklong getaway to one of the many exotic destinations in Southeast Asia, where would you like to go: Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia or Thailand?
Grand Mayfull Taipei (台北美福大飯店) is throwing a festival of the highest caliber for Wagyu beef every night from 6 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. at Palette (彩匯) until May 31.
Irodori (彩日本料理) is presenting a sakura-themed menu inspired by Hanami -- the long-standing Japanese tradition of welcoming spring.
The playful and above all Instagrammable Roji opened its first branch in Taipei last week, on Civic Boulevard.
Do they taste as weird as they look?