hungry in taipei - ay chung's noodles

If you are ever hungry in Taipei, then one of the best places for a quick snack would be at Ay-Chung Flour Rice Noodle, located in Ximending district in Taipei, Taiwan.  It is a deceptively simple noodle dish, but it tastes so good!      

It is very easy to find this place, just look for the place with a huge line up and crowd of people eating noodles on Emei Street in the Ximending shopping district of Taipei.  The dish itself is simply rice vermicelli in a rich starchy broth, with traces of pork meat, and some of the “nasty bits” of the pork…such as the pig’s stomach, and intestines.  For me I have no problem eating the “nasty bits”, in fact I love eating them!

On top of that you have an abundance of condiments to enhance the flavours of your noodles.  For me, I simply added some minced garlic, soy sauce, red vinegar, sesame oil, and some chilli oil.  It tasted amazing.  Furthermore one standard size bowl is only about 1.50 USD!

hungry in taipei - ay chung flour rice noodles

The famous Ay-Chung Noodles.

So if you don’t mind eating pig internals, then this place is highly recommended.  The noodles are simple, hearty, cheap, and tastes great!

Visitor’s Information to Ay-Chung Flour Rice Noodle in Ximending, Taipei:

Address:  No.8-1, Er Mei St., Wanhua District, Ximending, Taipei

Nearest MRT subway:  Ximen MRT station (exit 6)

Location map of Ay-Chung Flour Rice Noodle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What are some other cheap and good foods you tried in the world?  Share them in the comments below!

Alec Chan

Alec Chan is an intrepid traveler, travel writer, author, speaker, serial entrepreneur and self professed Asia travel ambassador. Traveling all around Asia since 2003, and still traveling, Alec is an accomplished and passionate traveler seeking to bridge the cultural gaps in Asia. Through his unique perspective as a Canadian born Chinese, Alec shares his special insights on Asia to help others around the world to have a better understanding on Asian culture so that they can have a more meaningful, fun, and stress free trip to Asia. Alec has written numerous travel guides on several destinations in Asia and is the editor in chief of AlecTravelGuide.com

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