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★★★★★

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This place is cheap, and the food is pretty decent. I came here because I love the dish "jiu cai bao" and it's so hard to find nowadays! This place has it, and although a little greasy and not the best flavor, still satisfied my craving. I also came for the chinese donuts and their soymilk, but I liked other places that sell them much better. The greasiness was applicable to many of their other dishes, which I didn't like. And parking is annoying because it's so limited and the parking meters are so expensive!

3
★★★☆☆

This place is cheap, and the food is pretty decent. I came here because I love the dish "jiu cai bao" and it's so hard to find nowadays! This place has it, and although a little greasy and not the best flavor, still satisfied my craving. I also came for the chinese donuts and their soymilk, but I liked other places that sell them much better. The greasiness was applicable to many of their other dishes, which I didn't like. And parking is annoying because it's so limited and the parking meters are so expensive!

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Taiwan restaurant is not the biggest, nor the cleanest of restaurants, but they do often reasonable prices for decent food. I would recommend the "chow neen go" (a rice noodle patty dish) and the chinese donut "yao jock gwai" with the soymilk. The food will have a lot of taste and can sometimes be a little on the greasy side. If you are looking for Taiwanese food and want to satisfy your hunger, definitely swing by here and try it. It won't hurt your wallet!

3
★★★☆☆

Taiwan restaurant is not the biggest, nor the cleanest of restaurants, but they do often reasonable prices for decent food. I would recommend the "chow neen go" (a rice noodle patty dish) and the chinese donut "yao jock gwai" with the soymilk. The food will have a lot of taste and can sometimes be a little on the greasy side. If you are looking for Taiwanese food and want to satisfy your hunger, definitely swing by here and try it. It won't hurt your wallet!

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The Taiwan is not about fancy surroundings or plush comfort, but they do turn out some outstanding dishes. We have eaten here for decades and they are quite consistent. Highlights include Shanghai noodles, the various dumplings, a very

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★★★★★

The Taiwan is not about fancy surroundings or plush comfort, but they do turn out some outstanding dishes. We have eaten here for decades and they are quite consistent. Highlights include Shanghai noodles, the various dumplings, a very

Pros: inexpensive, food always made fresh, very consistent

Cons: impossible parking, minimal comfort

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I come here about once a month and order the same thing here. For about $12-$15, you can try many different dishes and be filled for a group of 3. This is what I normally order, green onion pancakes $2, chinese doughnut $1, bowl of soymilk

3
★★★★★

I come here about once a month and order the same thing here. For about $12-$15, you can try many different dishes and be filled for a group of 3. This is what I normally order, green onion pancakes $2, chinese doughnut $1, bowl of soymilk

Pros: Price, Food, Dumplings

Cons: Parking, Crowded on weekends

 

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