Reviews on Chinese food in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. A modern city in the south of Taiwan, Kaohsiung shifts from ancient to contemporary culture with ease. Don't miss the breathtaking Fo Guang Shan monastery and its hall of giant Buddhas. Dream Mall, the largest shopping mall in Taiwan, has a Ferris wheel on the roof. Drive to Kenting National Park for beautiful landscapes.
Things to do in Kaohsiung
4 based on 129 reviews
A good meal inside a nice restaurant with good ambience and professional staff. The service of the staffs certainly makes you feel like a VIP.Food are good and fresh. We didn't fancy the mala pot so we order just the sour vegetable soup base. It is still tasty. Spent around TWD 2k in total for a table of 4.We preferred it's sister brand - Wu lao Guo (Elixir Hotpot).
4 based on 312 reviews
Our brilliant chef team has built "a new way to buffet", food-wise main course menu, including Taiwanese, Asia Pacific and European cuisine, you must try buffet barâs staffed station where serves traditional Fish Head Casserole, Three-Cups Sauce Delightâ¦J
We ate here for lunch while staying in the hotel, and the food was fine. The menu options were a little limited, though, and I'd like to see more choices.
4 based on 369 reviews
The Cercle buffet presents a whole new idea of gourmet aesthetics. The exquisite meals will melt away the taste buds while the French plate settings define an innovative spirit. Like the Japanese style, the cuisines are always freshly made; Like the weste
Stopped by here today for lunch. Sushi selection was good but elsewhere the selection was less impressive. The desserts offered a good selection and was appealing I'm sure to anyone with a sweet tooth! Restaurant is clean and comfortable. Service fair but no wifi. Drinks are included in the price of the buffet, so help yourself.DEAR SIRThank you for your comments, the restaurant is to provide a wireless network, we will go to understand the situation. Look forward to your next visit can have a different feeling.
4 based on 126 reviews
This is the best shabu shabu I have ever had in my entire life, so far. Reasons being:- high quality & freshest ingredients from the beef to the seafood, even to the vegetables. - very good soup- nice environment and good serviceI kept thinking of it after the visit so I have to write this review. è¿æ¯æåè¿æå¥½åçç«é ãæææ°é²ï¼æ±¤è¶ æ£ï¼æå¡å¥½ï¼ç¯å¢å¥½ãå¥½æ³ååå»ã
4 based on 167 reviews
Reserved at seats near window, spacious and suitable for chats. Have white soup with "ice cream" ball. The tofu and duck blood can refill. Order for beef, lamb, seafood dish and big vegetables. All are fresh and in raw taste. The free icy drinks is fresh and ends for a enjoyable dinner.
4 based on 235 reviews
Conveniently located near our hotel, we decided to give Jade Garden try. The food was good but there wasnât anything particularly exceptional. It was all served family style on the big round tables. Itâs all pretty typical. There was one food item that was pretty unique for me- that was the pumpkin/squash soup. I never had this kind of soup in a Cantonese restaurant. The service was good. The food was fine. I wish it was a little better than average but not a bad choice if convenience is a priority.
4 based on 182 reviews
Went to try the duck at this place at the recommendation of others. Personally, I feel that the duck served in this place is good but what was impressive was the minced pork rice. Comes in 2 sizes of TWD25 and TWD35. The rice with the sauce was permeating with fragrance from the time it was served till it went into one's mouth
4 based on 2207 reviews
This restaurant is located on 43 floor of Grand Hi-Lai Hotel. The decoration and layout of the restaurant is fantastic. The foods layout is wide spread which include western foods, Japanese and local.The ice coffee is very good. The only minus is you can't see the outside view.
4 based on 329 reviews
I may be very different from everyone else who raves about Ding Tai Fung, but think its very overated and overpriced.. The is a rage in juicy buns now but they charge 3 times every place else. Have had juicy buns in over 10+++ places and when they are piping hot, afd ginger and vinegar and really there is much of a difference. Its good but just not worth the lines and prices....
4 based on 368 reviews
Both the soup beef noodle (çèæ±¤é¢) and the dry beef noodle (çèæé¢) are very impressive, costing TWD110 per bowl. As they taste quite different, you should give both a try if you can. The beef are extremely tender and easy even for kids to eat. Be prepared to wait awhile for food to be served during peak hours. Enjoy.
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