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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
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iPhone 4S
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f/2.4
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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
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iPhone 4S
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f/2.4
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1/20th
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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
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iPhone 4S
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f/2.4
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1/20th
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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
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iPhone 4S
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250
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f/2.4
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1/20th
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4mm
Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
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iPhone 4S
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f/2.4
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1/17th
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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
Zoom Info
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iPhone 4S
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250
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f/2.4
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1/20th
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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!
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iPhone 4S
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1/20th
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Two nights ago, Auntie M & Uncle brought me to a Taiwanese restaurant called 啊胖 (pronounced Ah Pang) to have dinner. The food looks yummy, but it’s very fattening… mostly because there’s pork fat in everything. 

Taiwanese Pork Belly Rice is pretty tasty. It’s a combination of lean pork meat, pork belly, and fat… However, once it cools down or once you’ve eaten all the lean pork meat off of the rice, you can really taste the fat, and it’s bleh. >.< Oyster Pancake on the other hand is really yummy. It kind of reminds me of the Korean pancakes from Yonge & Finch except with oysters, bean sprouts, and some other things I can’t identify as well as a really yummy Chinese seafood sauce to top it off. Taiwanese Breaded Pork Chop  is like a not-so-yummy version of char siu (Chinese bbq pork). The breading is the only “tasty” part and once you get past the skin, you will taste really plain meat with lots of pork fat. Spicy Szechuan Pork Intestine & Pork Blood. I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure what it’s SUPPOSED to taste like, but since it was in Szechuan Sauce, it was really really hot…which was good in the sense that it made me forget I was eating intestines. Anyways, intestines don’t really have a strong taste to them, once you get past the texture and the idea of eating it, it’s okay. I’ve also never had pork blood before, purely because I’m not sure if the Bible is against it. I know as a fact that God removed all restrictions on food in the NT, but pork blood still seemed a little iffy for me. I tried a small piece anyways, and basically it feels like a not-so-dense jelly that kind of dissolves in your mouth once you press on it with your tongue or chew it. It’s not liquid-y at all. Moving on, I also tried Smelly Tofu at the restaurant. It wasn’t too smelly but I still made sure I chewed gum afterwards =P Auntie says that the smellier the tofu is, the better it should taste. The last dish for the night was the Silver Cod. It’s a Japanese fish so I’m not exactly sure if this is a Taiwanese dish, but I think this is one of my favourite types of fish because it doesn’t smell seafoody at all. It has a really sweet smell and when cooked, the meat is very soft. =)

We didn’t stay for dessert, although I wish we did since I’m not a huge fan of Taiwanese meals unless they’re related to snacking or dessert! Anyways, I’ll make sure I find some Taiwanese dessert places to blog about in Shanghai!

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