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TAIWAN Restaurant - Berkeley

Han | Aug 14, 200711:20 AM     22

After long hiatus, revisit this for the weekend specials and they are as good as ever. I ordered some old faves and some items I have not tried:

Oyster omellette is stellar. The eggs were perfectly executed and the oysters were the right sizes. The sauce is tomato based and slightly sweet. Additions of few slivers of what look like spinach were great.

South Taiwan style noodle soup (both fun and egg noodle version) and still very good

Also ordered the other noodle soup style with the dark/black soup. It is also pretty good

The pork roll (ngo hiang) infused with 5 spice is delicious. The pickles are missing though. Much better than the last time I tried it. The tofu skin roll is deep fried. Very good indeed

Ordered the 5 spice beef and they were very good. The beef were infused with the spices thoroughly and they were moist.

What a fabulous place !!

The weekend specials are only during late breakfast/lunch hours only.Doo not expect to get them at other times.

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