Monday, December 15, 2008
Taiwanese Fool's Noodles from Changi Airport
I'd never seen this in Taiwan before, so it's a bit odd that I came to discover it tonight at Singapore's Changi Airport...and after a flight from Beijing, no less. Anyway, a local shop called Peng Lai Ge selling Taiwanese food at the basement of Terminal 3 had something called sha gua gan mian, or literally translated, Fool's Dry Noodles. It was just a small bowl of hot noodles with nothing more than some soy sauce, vinegar, scallions, and chili oil on top. That combination of condiments worked so well for me that I went right back for another bowl. I should look for the real thing next time I'm up in Taipei.
Digested at 10:58 PM
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