Niu Ba Ba restaurant

Restaurant 牛爸爸牛肉麵,114台北市內湖區民權東路六段149號 Published on: 13-11-2015

07:00 AM - 08:00 PM
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Why Niu Ba Ba restaurant is special ?

The Niu Ba Ba Restaurant ("Beef Father" in Chinese), a small 40-seat eatery (owner Wang Cong-yuan) is known among many foodies for serving a $324 bowl of beef noodles - which sets the world record for the Most expensive bowl of beef noodles.


It took the chef 15 years to perfect his recipe, which includes just 120 grams of noodles, five four-inch squares of beef, one piece of tendon, and of course, soup.


For one bowl of noodles, he uses cuts of beef from four different countries: Japan, Australia, the U.S. and Brazil (for the beef tendons).


Mr. Wang cuts every piece in a specific shape perfectly suited to how the meat and tendons meet. For example, the Japanese beef is frozen slightly to ensure cleaner cuts whereas Australian beef is slowly scooped out from the side of the bone after cooking.


He uses a technique where he slow-braises the meat over three days, and freezes the individual pieces every night so they can rest in between. The process for all the different cuts of meat takes about one week.


Mr. Wang offers more than 20 different varieties of noodles — thick to thin, flat to round – and will cook them to order based on the customer's choice of al dente.


Niu Ba Ba has a lower-priced beef-noodle bowl — called "ordinary beef noodles" on the menu — that costs a more affordable NT$200. But Mr. Wang gets requests for his World's most expensive bowl of beef noodles almost every day.


Besides soy sauce, rock sugar, and some five spice, nothing else is used to season the beef broth.


"The idea is to keep things as natural as possible and let the flavor of the ingredients shine," says Mr. Wang, who sees many additional seasonings, like wine, as bad for your health.


Source: http://www.worldrecordacademy.com/

How to get to Niu Ba Ba restaurant?

Bus: Take the 284 , 617 , 903 , 645 , Blue 36 , Red 32 , at National Defense Medical Center (center) and get off, get off the face of National Defense Medical cattle dad position left direction .

MRT:

1. Take the text line in Huzhou Station lake or Wende Station, then take a bus to the National Defense Medical College.

2. Take the MRT Bannan Line to Kunyang Station, turn blue 36 bus to the National Defense Medical Center . (Facing the National Defense Medical Center, cattle dad off after position in the direction of National Defense Medical left)

Source: http://www.beeffather.com/

Selling points

  • "A great bowl of beef noodles.
  • "Must try restaurant"
  • "Great Chinese cuisine"
  • "Decent foods- value for money"
  • "The most expensive beef noodle"

Facilities

  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget High-end
  • Alcohol NO
  • Air condition YES
  • Had kid menu YES
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian NO
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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
567.12 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
28 places

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  • The dish includes just 120 grams of noodles, five four-inch squares of beef, one piece of tendon, and of course, soup
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  • Mr. Wang offers more than 20 different varieties of noodles
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  • Be aware that it's the world most expensive bowl of noodle
    Prices
  • The dishes cost 10,000 New Taiwan dollars (US$324).
    Prices
  • The chef uses cuts of beef from four different countries: Japan, Australia, the U.S. and Brazil (for the beef tendons).
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