While both are quintessentially Taiwanese noodles, ta-a-mi and tshik-a-mi are two distinct dishes with unique broths and side ingredients, enjoyed in very different ways.
MICHELIN's famously particular food critics shared what impresses them most about newly starred and promoted restaurants logy, A Cut, Molino de Urdániz and Sushi Akira in Taipei and JL Studio, Fleur de Sel, Forchetta and Oretachi No Nikuya in Taichung.
In the first ever edition guide to Taichung, MICHELIN inspectors recognised 21 venues with a Bib Gourmand distinction for serving value-for-money food. We delve into the inspectors' notebooks to highlight the unmissable dishes offered at each venue.
The MICHELIN Guide Taipei & Taichung 2020 selection highlights 31 restaurants and 23 street food stalls in Taipei, of which 7 made the list for the first time. Here's why they impressed our MICHELIN inspectors.
Though they look alike and are equally delicious, the two styles of duck are processed, cooked, sliced and consumed very differently.
These starred restaurants in Taipei are serving up intriguing, sophisticated non-alcoholic food and beverage pairings for your booze-free days.
From omakase menus by celebrity chefs to yakiniku and tempura made with the highest quality ingredients, the Da'an District in Taipei boasts a plethora of MICHELIN-recommended restaurants.
Good food does not have to be expensive. The MICHELIN Guide Bib Gourmand Restaurants was created to allow everyone to eat well without spending more than NT$1,000.
This stall in bustling Huaxi Street Night Market in Taipei is one of the new Bib Gourmand entrants to the MICHELIN Guide Taipei 2019, a distinction given for a quality meal at no more than NT$1,000.
From naan to paratha, parotta to puri, India has over 30 types of bread.