When Visitors to Taiwan shouldn’t miss the chance to try inarguably one of the most popular food there, called Oyster Vermicelli (locals call it Oh Ah Mee Suah). This street food is almost synonymous with Taiwan, mention Taiwan and this is probably the first thing that comes to mind, vice versa.
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When you are here, you should really be worried about when visiting Taiwan is your stomach space. You want to try as many street food as you can, but a person can only eat so much. To avoid wasting the precious space on lousy food, it’s always best to eat at established eateries that are well received by both tourists and the locals alike. For Oyster Vermicelli, Ah Chung 阿宗面线 has always been the prime choice.
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I believe that, all of yours had well done your homework prior going to Taiwan on where to find the best Oyster Vermicelli and so ever determined to try it. But most of time when traveling, especially overseas you do not have the luxury of time to pursue everything you have planned for. At Ah Chung, both oysters and large intestines are present in the noodle soup. Chili oil and vinegar are placed at the side of the restaurant, which are actually optional seasoning. While the vermicelli is good on its own, a hint of chili oil and vinegar adds a lot of kick and takes it to a whole new level. Beware not to add too much of those because the chili oil is really lip-burning hot. You wouldn’t want to spoil the broth’s flavor too.
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Ximen Station, Exit 6. No.8-1, Er Mei St., Wanhua District. 台湾台北市万华区峨嵋街8之1号(近西门町)