1976 March 17, 2017Posted by hslu in Chinese Food, Taipei, Taiwan, Travel.
Tags: 1976 Cantonese restaurant, Dim Sum
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It’s the name of a Dim Sum restaurant in Taipei’s east district. This Cantonese restaurant dosen’t have too many items but you’ll get a good sample of popular dishes enjoyed by people living in Hong Kong.
It is small but clean. Service is fast and professional. Ambience is business casual and price is super good for the area. Rent in this area must be very expensive but 1976 survives with good food, cheap prices, low margin, quick turnover, big volume and many happy customers. Many review sites give it high marks.
It has a wide selections of congee such as pi’dan sou’rou zhou (1000 year egg and minced salty pork,) steamed chicken feet, shrimp dumplings, steamed pork riblets, roast pork, roast duck and rice topped with meat and vegetables.
Are you hungry for some dim sum?
I’ll see you at 1976 tomorrow at 11:30. Don’t be late.