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Why Shao Shao Ke is special ?
Shao Shao Ke offers Shanxi style (陝西) cuisine which is not very common in Taiwan. In Chinese the word “shao” means “spoon” and shao shao ke simply means someone who cooks well. Located in the quiet alley near RinAi road, this small restaurant is always packed with young fewd enthusiasts eager to try new flavours and ready to take on new fewd advantures.
Shaanxi cuisine is famous for its salty, sour and spicy flavors. Traditional preparation of the meat and organ dishes is meticulous, and the chefs here still adhere to these methods. Most of the dishes are flavored with herbs and spices, but these never overpower the meat or vegetables. Some of the selections here have intriguing names and interesting stories that Carly can tell you more about. The menu is divided into Shaanxi Region, Xian Muslim, Desert, and Ancient Chinese sections. In the future, more will be added to the menu, including dishes from Cultural Revolution period. The chefs also change the menu according to the seasons and Chinese medicinal practices.
You should try: Carly recommends Oil Vinegar Celery (NT$100), Northwestern Staple Bread (NT$160), Stewed Ox Tail (NT$480), Boneless Chicken and Ham (NT$200), and Xingjian Mutton Rice and Herb Wine (NT$160/kettle).
How to get to Shao Shao Ke?
Shao Shao Ke is in an area that is slightly out of central (Da’an district). The nearest sights here are the Bopiliao old street (about 10 mins) and the National Palace Museum (about 20 mins), both by cab.
Nearest MRT: Zhōngxiào Xīnshēng Station 忠孝新生站
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Shao Shao Ke,台北市仁愛路二段41巷15號