The hotel receptionist highly recommended Ke’s 葱油饼. It is a local delight.
The pancake, “葱油饼”, was mixed with the locally grown spring onion. There was an eventual queue next to the shop. The shop is located directly outside a primary school.
We ordered the pancake with an egg for NT$35. It tasted almost like our local Indian cuisine, ‘prata’.
We had the pancake during winter and eating it while it pipping hot really warmed your body. It did not come with the pungent taste usually associated with spring onion. It had a tad sweetness in it.
You must apply generous topping of sweet-savoury sauce. Should you want it spicy, you add their chilli sauce too.
After trying the pancake, you can also pop over to the next shop for your dessert and the bubble milk tea.
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