There are a few places that sell goose in the Nangang area that are well reputed. This time, my friend and I visited 'Liangmei'. For these types of restaurants, it's a better deal to have a big crowd, but this time, there were only the two of us. If you take another look at the first picture, you'll see how delicate each piece is sliced. I don't visit goose restaurants often, but of the few I have visited, this is the only place that offers such a pleasing presentation of the dish. Moreover, over 90 percent of what's on the dish is edible (some would put a lot of bones on the dish).
魯肉飯 Pork rice
Since I don't eat pork, plus the fact that I wasn't 'hungry' to begin with, I couldn't tell you what the pork rice was like. You'll have to try it yourself. It seems goose goes well with pork rice, though.
鯊魚煙 Smoked shark
Smoked shark is another delicacy often found in goose places. The presentation of this dish is just as neat as the goose dish.
再看一次肥美的鵝肉 Another look at the juicy fat goose dish
豬血湯 Pork blood soup
料好實在 Filled with solidified pork blood (it's not as bad as it sounds, really)
燙青菜 Boiled veggies
香菇魚丸湯 Mushroom fishballs soup
Although we didn't order a whole lot, rememember that I was not hungry to begin with. If food still taste good when you're not hungry, maybe that's when it's really, truly delicious.