"Charming Taiwan" Event Offers the Real Taiwan Food

TAIPEI, Taiwan, July 22 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Taiwan can be termed a melting pot of all the great culinary traditions, both Chinese and foreign. In any town, city, or village on the island, it is said, there is a snack shop within three steps and a large restaurant within five, making dining in Taiwan a matter of the utmost convenience.

All of China's regional culinary styles are available, from those of Beijing, Tianjing, and Shandong of the north to those of Sichuan, Hunan, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong, and Taiwan in the south.

You can also find restaurants in Taiwan that serve the cuisine of other countries throughout the world, including the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, and India, among others. The famous international fast-food and restaurant chain -- McDonald's, KFC, Mos Burger, Pizza Hut, and others -- also have outlets scattered all over the main cities.

Taiwan also offers its own unique types of restaurant, such as vegetarian, "improved" hot pot (including medicinal hot pot), and local snacks, that offer a native Taiwanese taste. If you would like to have a drink before or after your meal, there are plenty of bars, pubs, and beer houses to choose from

Snacking is deeply woven into the fabric of daily life in Taiwan. The plethora of snack foods available on the island opens a window to local culture. In fact, one of the quickest ways to experience the local flavor of Taiwan is to visit one of the many night markets on the island, each with a tempting array of delicious delicacies. At each market, visitors can sample a wide selection of snack foods made with locally sourced ingredients. Since Taiwan is an island, seafood is a major ingredient in night market fare, from oyster omelets and stir-fried cuttlefish to seafood congee, squid stew, and milkfish soup, all of it addictively fresh and tasty.

Taiwan is a beautiful place that you cannot miss in a lifetime. If you would like to have more Taiwan travel information, and to have free tasty specialties and to enjoy Taiwan aborigine dancing, please come and join the 2-days "Charming Taiwan" event which will take place at FX Mall in Djakarta during July 27th and 28th.

SOURCE Taiwan Tourism Bureau