Welcome to a new series! This is the first of many posts that will highlight my trip in February 2017 to Taiwan and Japan. Enjoy!
When I’m on a trip, I hate wasting time and stomach space on bad food. This is why I research restaurants religiously before embarking on a trip. If there are restaurants that are difficult to book, I try to book them early. Ideally, we would never be desperately scrambling for food and then settling for expensive mediocre food because we didn’t plan.
This typically works fine. Unless, of course, you are planning on eating casual street food.
It’s still possible to research street stalls. However, it’s much harder to find them in a sea of a night market, especially when it’s dark out and signs are not always written in English. It’s times like this that I really, really wished I had a personal guide.
We lucked out this past February when we flew to Taiwan to attend a wedding. The bride is originally from Taiwan and knows ALL the best eats. A couple days before the wedding, the bride and groom took us around on a tour of the bride’s favorite top Taiwanese dishes.
Here’s a summary of our extensive tour! (Part I)…