目前分類：【食記】新北市 New Taipei City (14)
- Feb 16 Mon 2015 09:28
- Feb 02 Mon 2015 20:12
- Jun 09 Mon 2014 11:06
Seeing it was Labour's Day, and that we both had the day off, we chose to dine at a place that was quite a distance from our comfort zone. I heard from others that beef offered more nutrition than pork did, so I wanted to try and learn to have beef in my diet again, for the baby. It was difficult! It had been so many years since I last tasted a bite of beef. I couldn't really start with a massive portion of steak, so after seeing this place from a blog article, I decided that this kind of barbeque would be the right place to start. It was not the kind of all-you-can-eat place, where you'd feel obliged to fill your tummy up to 120%! I thought it was a good choice to begin my beef diet.
- Apr 23 Tue 2013 16:56
I've worked at Nangang for more than three years now, and I've heard about a place where you could drink tea and chat with friends the entire afternoon... but I've only been here myself just recently. The first time was a farewell meal for a colleague. (Yes, they serve food, too. A bit steep, and a bit slow, but the food is quite tasty!). But seeing that was with a big group of colleagues, it was not an ideal chance for photo shooting. This time, the family had come to visit Taipei for the day for early tomb-sweeping. It was a while yet before they had to depart for Taichung. I thought of this place for us to kill some time.
- Feb 04 Sat 2012 09:55
This article had been put on hold for such a long time, my friend might have already forgotten that this meal had ever happened! We had this meal on Christmas. And afer such a long time, I still insist on posting it, shouldn't that already tell you that there's something about it worth posting? And after all, I did travel a rather long way (from one end of the blue line on the MRT to the other end)... It would be a pity to leave it in oblivion, wouldn't it?
- Mar 24 Thu 2011 08:45
*Photos in this article were taken using my mobile phone.
Nangang Flower Market opened in January, 2011. Since I moved to the neighbourhood, I'd seen them working hard to prepare for their grand opening. But before that, I had used to think that it was a motel (love motel), and not the flower market it was supposed to be. After it opened up, I took a visit, and found what a pleasant little place it was. Fresh flowers, plants, an artificial garden, and even a restaurant. So when my friend was over in Taipei for a week, I suggested that this was one of the places we visit.
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- Jun 10 Tue 2008 11:55