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Your New Favorite Burger Might Be in Williamsburg
How about some fermented tofu in your special sauce?
10 Iconic Taiwanese Dishes and Where to Find Them in New York
The lowdown on stinky tofu, popcorn chicken, fly’s heads, gua bao, ba-wan, and more.
Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup Is Hot, Heady, and on the Rise in New York
The Taipei street-food staple has everything you could ask for in a soup designed to serve as a meal. (Though we could do without the two-hour wait.)
Shaved Ice, Stinky Tofu, and Ba-Wan At The Taiwanese Heritage Festival, Sunday
Though there will be lion dances and a beauty contest, you’re really here for the stinky tofu and shaved ice.
Pingtung Brings Taiwanese Market-Cafe To Melrose; Praha Puts Redondo Beach in
The new cafe and bar comes from former New York restaurant owner Li Ping.
ROC Star Dumpling House Opening Soon, Reveals Menu
UCLA students no longer have to drive to SGV for dumplings and beef noodle soups.
Why (626) Night Market Sorta Sounds Cooler Than Coachella
Well, Dr. Dre won’t be there, but you can catch oyster and intestine
It’s Time For Tea in The SGV
Get them before they disappear into “the Bermuda Triangle of Taiwanese tea shops.”
Chick-Fil-A Gives $2 Million to Anti-Gay Groups; Jonathan Gold Loves South L.A.
The chain’s donations to such causes appear to have increased over the years.
SnoBar Drifting Soon into WeHo
Miles from the SGV, the new shaved ice spot should have an easy entry, free from the spreading backlash.
Cimarusti Buys Silver Spoon Space; A Vineyard Grows in Mt. Washington
Meanwhile, Michael Voltaggio names his head bartender at ink.
Quote of the Day
Why Jonathan Gold Kinda Likes Yelp
Where else would you find the straight dope on a Taiwanese teen’s favorite restaurant?
Huang Changes Name of Crackhaus to Something a Little Less Catchy
The Baohaus chef’s new one didn’t fly for LLC purposes.
More Dim Sum Trucks Deploy
Dumpling Station is now serving Taiwanese treats Downtown, while Dim Sum Truck plans more mobile shu-mai.
BBQ Chicken Closes to Make Way for ‘Irresistible Taiwanese’
Korea’s most ubiquitous fried-chicken chain calls it a day.
What to Eat
Taiwanese Twofer: Mingle Beer House and Island of Taiwan
A gastropub-cum–karaoke-parlor and a pig-intestine casserole.