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Potstickers (鍋貼 [guo tie] translates literally to "pot stick") are dumplings - thin pieces of dough filled with meat and/or vegetables where the bottoms are seared until crispy while the tops are steamed, producing a wonderful textural contrast. Our potstickers are "bao'd" by hand. Each variety of potsticker comes in quantities of 3, 6, 9, or 12 pieces.
< all potstickers contain sesame oil >
Gwa baos (刈包 translates literally to "cut bun") are a Taiwanese street food that traditionally consists of pork belly that is prepared using a cooking method called hong shao (紅燒), which translates loosely to "red cooking" (the name comes from the red color that this method imparts to the food). With this cooking method, the meat is slowly braised in a liquid base consisting of soy sauce, sugar, and a mixture of spices and seasonings. The pork belly is traditionally accompanied by a set of condiments that includes pickled mustard greens, cilantro, and peanut powder. Gwa baos have also grown in popularity in recent years, with a wide variety of ingredients being used as fillings and condiments - becoming known as the "Taiwanese slider".
Tempura'd Fish Gwa Bao w housemade tartar sauce, pickled greens, scallions
Ruen bings (潤餅 translates to "steamed spring roll") are the Taiwanese equivalent to a mini-burrito. While ruen bings are most commonly found at street markets, they are also popular during family gatherings, where family members choose from an array of fillings and bao their own custom ruen bings. Ruen bings are traditionally filled with a base of vegetables and finished with hoisin sauce & peanut powder - producing a savory and sweet flavor profile with varying textures.
< all ruen bings bao'd with sautéed vegetables, hoisin sauce, crushed peanut powder >
Bian Dangs 便當 are the Taiwanese adaptation of the Japanese bento box introduced during Japan's rule over the island for 50 years. While there are famous bian dang combinations, the standard rectangular box comes with rice, proteins, and vegetables. Our bian dangs come with: your choice of protein(s), Forbidden Rice, locally-sourced, seasonal vegetables along with a matching sauce and topping of your choice.
< all bian dangs come with Forbidden Rice, seasonal & local vegetables, a sauce, and a topping of your choice >
The Taiwanese love to snack. An abundance of easily available street foods and snack shops allow for multiple meals throughout the day. We have included some of our favorite sides on our menu and encourage you to eat them as a refreshing snack or add them to your order to complete your meal.
< menu is subject to change according to seasonality + availability >