Fuhang Doujiang is extremely popular among the locals. It’s located on the second floor of a small mall and the line goes from the counter to down the stairs then to the side walk corner. It’s a pretty intimating view for anyone who gives up easily. Fortunately, I don’t get discourage very easily and the line moves fairly quickly.
Fuhang Doujiang serves traditional Taiwanese breakfast and they make their items fresh. There is an open room with windows where they make the sesame flatbread fresh in a piping hot metal barrel. It’s a pretty cool sight to see while you’re waiting in line. In addition, some of the staff speak English. As I always do, I do my research before any trip I take. I have my agenda, time intervals, and what I’m going to eat prepared months before I arrive. When I got to Fuhang Doujiang, I showed her what I wanted and she rang me up.
Now, the food. I had the following items: Fu Hang Dou Jiang Taipei
- Sesame flatbread with Chinese donut and egg – Fuhang Doujiang sesame flat bread was thick with a slight sweetness. The thin outer layer was crispy but as you chew the soft texture of the flatbread start to overwhelm your palate. The scrambled egg and Chinese donut was a nice addition to the flatbread. It provided protein and carbs to get you through the day. Lastly, the portion size is huge, so big eaters who complain about portion size will be happy. I personally prefer quality over quantity, but that’s me.
- Soy milk – Fuhang Doujiang soy milk tasted extremely fresh and not overly sweet. It came in hot or cold. I went for the cold version cause I didn’t need anything to warm me up. That’s what Taipei’s humidity is for, right? Anyway, it was supposed to be salty but I didn’t pick up any taste of salt. It was refreshing, soothing and the flavor was definitely comforting like a cold beer on a hot summer day. It was so great that I drank my cousin’s order before he even had a chance to try it.
- Taiwanese Pastries – We ordered a few Taiwanese sesame pastries. The pastries were sweet with a crispy outer layer. It had a crunch as you bit into it and tasted the same a few hours later. It was a perfect snack.
Overall, I would definitely recommend Fuhang Doujiang if you’re looking for a good and economically feasible traditional Taiwanese breakfast. There’s going to be a wait but the line definitely moves pretty fast.
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Fuhang Doujiang is extremely popular among the locals. FD serves traditional Taiwanese breakfast and they make their items fresh. I would definitely recommend FD if you’re looking for a good and economically feasible traditional Taiwanese breakfast.