Everyone has its own problem, there are therapies to address this though since it’s a sin. Please don’t tell me u put ketchup on it at least…
A friend of a friend of a friend had their wedding at Mayfull’s steahouse in Neihu. I heard it’s very good.
I’ve been to Muchoyaki at Mitsubishi A9 and it was pretty good.
It’s exactly statements like that that make me scared to go to an upscale restaurant and order two well done steaks. I worry that the chef might spit on our steaks.
There was a lovely Japanese steak place near me. They tasted great–it was one of those places where you get it on a heated plate to cook yourself. The restaurant was never full.
They switched the menu to the crappier, fatty, bog-standard Taiwan steak because of lack of demand. Now it’s absolutely heaving, despite the steaks tasting … I wouldn’t say like crap. But no different than the other dozens of cheap steak places you get in Taiwan.
I’m assuming people who order steak well-done haven’t read Kitchen Confidential.
Because there aren’t enough rich people here.
Steaks are killing the world anyway.
Can you at least compromise and get them medium?
Still bad, but better than rubber well done. Improvement
Just trying to help @marasan salvage a little self-respect (and keep his steak saliva-free).
The man has the balls to admit it. He’s due some respect for that, at least.
I said would be an improvement, baby steps!
He is honest, a very rare quality nowadays, I salute his honesty.
I try to avoid eating out in Taiwan, especially eating street foods. You really don’t know what they put in the food.
My wife and I hate seeing too much red in our steaks. I think that’s why we have gone to every barbecue place in Taipei (and the one in Hualien) several times.
While we’re at it, I like Pizza Hut thin crust pepperoni pizza. Oh and Michael Jackson’s “Man in the Mirror” and one or two songs by the Bee Gees.
Only cause they cant cook outside their ego
Sorry, no suggestions because I havent had a really amazing.steak yet here. I am mostly vegetarian but we just celebrated our anniversary recently as.well and had steaks. I spent the money on quality and cooked at home then went on a trip haha.
“Fancy” restaraunts tend to focus on raw, or near so. which for plants I appreciate, but not mammal flesh. I like a chew and a bite. We have gotten food poisoning at Michelin and equivalent restaurants before, so I am not convinced any longer that dishes with a heart beat are better
At least you two are on the same page. There’s always a silver lining.
Only the thin crust pepperoni, and only within 20 minutes of coming out of the oven. Other thin crusts are edible. I wouldn’t consider them good. Their thick crust pizzas are horrible.