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Enjoy the Tastes of a Seaport – Discover Keelung’s Surprising Abundance of Exotic Cuisine!

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  • Date:2019-08-30

When Keelung’s fine cuisine is mentioned,the average visitor will usually first think of the snacks of Miaokou Night Market. Unless they are guided by a knowledgeable gourmand, they won’t easily discover the distinctive exotic-cuisine restaurants and cafés hidden in Keelung’s lanes and alleys that not only serve up authentic foreign

dishes, but also offer enchanting harbor views.

  With its advantage of being a seaport, fresh fish and seafood is available locally. The seafood of the north coast, such as golden crab, king prawn, neritic squid, calamari, flying fish roe, and bonito, is at its most plump, tender, and tasty in winter.

No matter if it’s cooked Chinese, Japanese, American or Italian style, simply flavored, it is supremely tasty. In recent years, exotic cuisine has attracted more and more attention across Taiwan, and restaurants specializing in different exotic cuisines have sprung up in Keelung, too. Adventurous food lovers no longer have to travel a long way or cook themselves and can easily enjoy a variety of exotic cuisines in Keelung.

 

CASA PICCASO

Add : No.527, Zhongzheng Rd.,Zhongzheng Dist., Keelung City 202,

Taiwan (R.O.C.)

tel : 02-24633789

CASA PICCASO Spanish restaurant is located right beside Zhengbing Fishing Harbor. From the outside, the restaurant looks like a building in an abandoned dock, however, upon entering, it resembles an art gallery in a small European town, the walls covered with prints of famous paintings by Picasso. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow diners to watch the fishing boats and the sunset as they eat, spending

a leisurely time amidst a romantic and exotic atmosphere.

Local golden crabs, squid and prawns, and other fresh seafood are cooked using authentic Spanish cooking methods. Periodically, “no menu” seasonal dishes are also offered,treating diners to fine dishes that have layers of delicious taste.

 

Have a Nice Day

Add : 2F., No.81, Yi 2nd Rd., Zhongzheng Dist.,Keelung City 202, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

tel : 02-24270525

  Any day in which you can eat your fill of good food is a nice day! The proprietor of this American bistro studied for a time in California. With Keelung offering an abundance of seafood,she had the idea of introducing the California boiling crab” fisherman’s style of cooking to the city and give people a place to guzzle beer,

wolf down seafood, and gobble up big bites of hamburger. Must-try dishes include fresh seafood platter, mixed prawns, scallops, crab’s legs, clams, mussels, and German-style sausages. Even diners who are alone can enjoy a variety of mouthwatering seafood.

 

Vietnam & Taiwan

Add : 1F., No.2, Ln. 229, Leli 3rd St., Anle Dist., Keelung City 204, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

tel : 02-24320248

  This restaurant serves up tasty Vietnamese snacks and various privatekitchen

dishes. The décor and French style food presentation method create a romantic atmosphere that will seduce you the moment you enter. This warm and

welcoming restaurant is suited to family dining. After enjoying a good meal, take a

stroll, breathe in the fresh air, and forget your troubles.

  The chef-recommended dishes are changed and added to as the seasons change and are therefore not listed on the menu. Those dishes include stir-fried golden

crab, braised live-frozen squid, and mullet in sesame oil pot. Only five servings of each are available each day. To enjoy the chef recommended dishes, be sure to book well in advance.

 

Sr. Nio

Add: 2F., No.26, Xiao 3rd Rd., Ren’ai Dist.,Keelung City 200, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

tel : 02-24287181

  This is Keelung’s first hotdog-themed restaurant. The made-to-order hotdogs have

soft bread and chewy sausages that ooze juice. As well as the house special Mexican hotdog that is made with authentic Mexican salsa, there are more than 15 choices of hotdog flavor, including Chinese, Japanese, and Italian. Each flavor can be upgraded to a hearty double hotdog set meal that is very popular with students.