Taipei Taipei

Sct. Gandia St., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Taipei Taipei
4.0 Stars

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Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 10:00p


  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a

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Most Recent Reviews

Gerald G.
4.0 Stars

This quaint little taiwanese restaurant located near Tweedle Book Cafe (owners are related) serves great, unpretentious food at decent prices.

From the mouth-watering Xiao Long Bao (no picture, too hungry) to the crisp Beef Tendon and then the Soybean Paste Noodle. It was a filling and delicious meal.

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Dennis O.
4.0 Stars

Hidden in the small side streets of Tomas Morato we found Taipei Taipei. Located just beside Twiddle Cafe. The street is so dark that you'll never think that a cafe and resto is in that small street. Taipei Taipei doesn't look promising at first look but we were really amazed how good their food were. Menu price was also very affordable mostly ranging 200 or below.

For Dimsum we got an order of Xiao Long Bao and Kutchay Dumplings. The XLB was very good and at only 200PHP I would take this anytime compared to expensive XLB with just almost the same quality. The Kutchay serving was also very generous and tasted very delicious. I love the smooth texture and the veggie taste.

We also tried out their fried stinky tofu. Warning if you have a sensitive smell MABAHO talaga. Tastewise it tasted like an ordinary tofu but it was an adventure to try it out. This stinky tofu is much smellier than the one I tried in China. Haha..

Other must try dish that I love was the beef tendon, taiwan sausage fried rice and hainanese chicken. The beef tendon was a little bit spicy but I like it that way. I love the sweet savory flavor of the taiwan sausage in the fried rice. Kahit walng ulam pwede na. The hainanese chicken was also very nice but not comparable to other high end Hainanese Chicken. We also got their salted egg shrimp best eaten with the shrimp shell.

Overall this is a great find for affordable food. You get what you pay for and the service was also very fast. Only complaint for this place was the ventilation tends to smell like kitchen.

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Howard G.
4.0 Stars

Looks like they're not as consistent as they should be. Today's XLB was good, but not as good as before. Less meat inside than before. Still good flavor, though.
Tried their beef noodle soup. It was okay. Not great. But not bad either. Beef was tougher than I expected but the noodles were firm and nice. Al dente-like. Soup was good.

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Howard G.
5.0 Stars

Authentic Taiwanese goodness!
The braised eel was very well done. They sliced and deboned the eel perfectly. Sauce was slightly spicy which enhanced the fine meat in the most excellent way.
Xiao long bao was delicious. The wrapper was a bit thicker than I was used to but the soup and meat inside were so good it somehow balanced everything so well.
The oyster omelet was unique. It had huge leafy veggies in it. Somehow, this tempered and enhanced the oyster flavor at the same time.
Highly recommended!

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