Whack Things in Taiwan 2018


#41

Costco does. Luv Costco.

I think maybe Sogo or other upscale shopping establishment also does.

My favorite Vietnamese restaurant goes the extra mile and also has an automatic soap dispenser. No waste, no hassle, no germs.


#42

Sheesh, of course street food is dirty.

Canal food is where it’s at! :slight_smile: :coffee: :ice_skate:


#43

Name and location, please! :grinning:


#44

Behind SOGO Fuxing? Gimme time to finish my coffee…

Edit:
No. 43號, Lane 190, Section 1, Dunhua South Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, 106

Pho Hoa 美越牛肉河粉

This is te eplace I told you guys there was a fire upstairs and people simply would not leave, they were busy with their noses in their broth. Disclaimer: haven’t been there in a while.


#45

I used to go there because it was good. Then it looked like they shut down or something for a while and reopened. I’m not even sure if it’s the same owners or same quality and have not been back.


#46

My friend sometimes gets leg pains and claims the only thing that makes her better is drinking orange juice from this one stall in the morning Street Market.

They’re like 5 places making orange juice all next to each other using the same oranges but this particular stall in all of Taipei is the only one that makes it feel better.


#47

Maybe they put some ‘ice’ crystals in theirs?


#48

There are several papaya milk stands in Jinmei night market. One adds condensed milk to its mix. Yep, it stands out.


#49

Just this morning on the bus, let’s crank the aircon up … or … down? :face_with_raised_eyebrow::crazy_face: