Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Taiwanese food in Allston


One really good Taiwanese restaurant in Allston is Jo Jo Taipei (I had a post about its lunch special earlier). Today, let's explore some of its best authentic Taiwanese dishes. Hope you are excited like me!! :)
“Three Cups” Chicken is a very popular dish in Taiwan, and the name “Three Cups” is originally from the three cups of required sauce for this dish, including soy sauce, rice wine and sesame oil. It comes in small portion, but still a small pot of delicious chicken. Recommend it!
“Three Cups” Chicken
Pork Chops with Sweet and Sour Sauce is a typical dish from Southern China, tender pork chops perfectly seasoned with homemade sweet and sour sauce, yum!
Pork Chops with Sweet and Sour Sauce
Sauteed Pig’s Kidney with Chili Sauce: I know I know, it is pig’s kidney, but if you wanna try something new and authentic like several of my friends, I think there is a good chance that you’d love the perfectly cooked dish with onion, green and red pepper. It is mild spicy though.
Sauteed Pig’s Kidney with Chili Sauce
Salted Fried Jumbo Crab: the flavor and the seasoning were great, but the crab was not that jumbo… The crab was so skinny, and honestly I could get much meat from the crab… It should be a perfect dish during the crab season though!
Salted Fried Jumbo Crab
Bow Bin: snowy-like crushed ice with fresh, homemade, sweet toppings (including red bean, jelly, etc.), and dressed with corn syrup and condensed milk. It is just a perfect refreshing dessert to finish off a big and satisfying meal!
Bow Bin

4 comments:

  1. WOW, this entry totally put the Salted Fried Jumbo Crab on my Boston To Do List! Thanks for the heads up on this place!

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  2. You are WELCOME! It is def a perfect dish during the crab season :)

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  3. So nice to see a sweet and sour sauce that's not neon red like the Americanized version!

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  4. They do have some pretty solid traditional sweet and sour sauce!

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