- No.32, Lane 106, Sec. 3, Minquan E. Rd., Songshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
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Food from the mountains is famous throughout the globeYunnan and Sichuan are mountain provinces, in southwestern China. The cuisines are similar. Sichuan food is one of Taiwan's best-loved cuisines, it is always in demand. It's a bit spicy, something you will grow to like.
A blend of inland cuisinesSichuan and Yunnan are inland provinces, where the terrain is mountainous. Their cuisines have great variety, although the two provinces has similarities. Sichuan is well-known for its spicy food. Yunnan has a great diversity of ethnic groups, and the cuisine is also diverse. He Feng will provide interesting dining.
Food from the mountainsHe Feng Chinese cuisine serves a blend of cuisines from Sichuan and Yunnan. These mountainous regions are closely related. Both Sichuan and Yunnan have a variety of cuisines and ethnic groups These days Sichuan is a populous and prosperous province, and Sichuan food is famous throughout the world
St. Ives, Australia
Highly recommendedI didn't expect this restaurant hidden in a small alley near our hotel to be such a wonderful surprise. There are many wonderful restaurants in Taipei so this one was not on my original list to try. By luck I found this hidden gem when we wanted to have dinner at a place nearby the hotel. And what a surprise! The ingredients are fresh and high quality, all dish no MSG. Plus they are super delicious! Even the rice tastes very nice. Highly recommended!
피낭 섬, 말레이시아
Completely under-rated , but the food epitomises amazing freshness and packs a punchWe arrived on a Saturday evening and was welcomed by the proprietor. She introduced us to special Yunnan and Sichuan cuisine. Her brief was to serve home cooked food in a beautiful and relaxing ambience. Her team easily achieved that and more. He Feng is one of the restaurants in Taipei which espouses the concept of ingredients taken from the best farms and sources and served (farm to table concept) in an unpretentious way. Nothing fusion about this place! This would please many who may be tired of the new genre of nouvelle local cuisine offered by the recently anointed one and two Michelin starred restaurants. Soya sauce and all the produce came from one of the local best Taiwanese small independent producers. Such attention to detail was note worthy. Food was served pipping hot and abound with tastes and flavours that one finds at home. No additives or seasoning to detract us away from the full essence of the natural ingredients! Simple dishes that wowed me include lightly chilled pickled cucumbers to start. We had pork sautéed with chives and garlic, baked chicken served chilled, sweet potato leaves cooked in goose fat and prawns fried with salt and pepper. Rounding it off was special red bean bun which came steaming hot and was an absolutely delight. The dough is special, soft and fluffy, and not the usual white dough found in most shops. Complimentary pineapple juices freshly made capped the night. We will definitely be back.
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