If you’ve never experienced the joys of Taiwanese steak, then check out his food court stand. Served on cast iron inside a wooden plate, the steak comes with a generous amount of either black pepper sauce or mushroom sauce, though the black pepper option is the one to pick. Accompanied by a sunny-side-up egg and broccoli, the tender and juicy steak is probably the best we’ve ever have served cafeteria-style. Another must-order is the Tainan noodles with shrimp, a specialty of southern Taiwan that includes shell-on shrimp, shrimp stock, minced pork, and slick egg noodles.
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