I almost forgot about this post!
My parents happened to have some time to spare, so my husband (to-be at the moment) decided to take them to Lukang for a short day trip. We'd talked about this for quite a while, so it was good to finally put our words into action. But my husband was not the kind of guy who liked to go around trying out new things. So we were stuck after we had our meat buns - where should we take the parents next?!
We wandered around to the temple first. There was some sort of religious activity. We took a look, took some photos, then it was time to face our obstacle again - what should we eat? Then, I saw this place, with placards of celebrities who came and visit for their TV show. I thought - well, it can't be that bad then! Let's try it out!
I've alwasy been quite amazed with these small places. They are able to take loads of customers at a time, and they barely make any mistakes. They must figure out a system in order for everything to work out!
Despite it being a small restaurant, selling only small bites, but you can see from the gloves that they're wearing... they do care about sanitary issues.
The note asks that the table be shared with others when the shop is busy.
Finally, our oyster omelette is served!
People say that you must try the oyster omelettes when you come to Lukang.
Well, look at all the oysters in one serving!
And with a bowl of clam soup, that washes down the thick omelette sauce - perfect!
There were quite a lot of clams in the soup, too!
This is oyster soup. But I don't fancy the fried stuff they put in the soup. So thankfully my clam soup didn't have that.
Look at all those oysters! It seems like the oysters didn't cost anything!
Next time I'd like to try raw oysters in vinegar sauce! With a shop like this, I'm pretty sure the ingredients are quite fresh!
The pastry type thingy outside the shop, however, did not interest us one tiny bit.
But that's only because it didn't suit our taste.
So I guess it was a success for my husband's first time taking his in-laws out for a day trip!