Taiwan has a strong breakfast culture, so it’s kind of mind-boggling that Taiwanese breakfast is almost nonexistent in New York. Luckily, this sister restaurant of OK Canaan serves up a full Taiwanese breakfast on weekends from 9-11am. Start with the dan bing, or cheese egg rolls that you can drizzle with a sweetened soy dip. There’s also fan tuan, a purple rice roll filled with a fried cruller and pickled radish, if you want to start your day with fried bread wrapped in rice. Baked options include flaky taro and radish pastries and sesame flatbread served plain or stuffed with thin slices of braised beef. And don’t miss the delicious hot salty soy milk, served in a bowl with sliced fried cruller. This small spot can fill up quickly, but luckily most of the menu can be ordered for takeout.
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