A century of Taiwan taste captured in Du Hsiao Yueh’s new branch

By Jiang Wanjuan ( ) Updated: 2015-07-31 12:40:11

A century of Taiwan taste captured in Du Hsiao Yueh’s new branch

Lotus seed soup with pig's feet is one of the female customers’ favorites. [Photo provided to]

At first the restaurant was first afraid that serving portions of its food was too small for Beijingers at the beginning, according to Hsieh. However, they decided to keep the original style. Fortunately, the customers did not take long to accept it

“Because we are a Taiwan brand, we have to train all our staff about our food tradition and the way to enjoy it,” she explained. “The company has professional cultural officers to train restaurant employee so they can spread the message to the customers. I think now our customers do enjoy the option of having a small portion of noodles and ordering more side dishes.”

Although many key ingredients, including the braised minced pork for the topping, have to be imported from Taiwan, the brand has kept its reasonable prices and decent service in the Chinese mainland.

If you go:

Du Hsiao Yueh Restaurant

F7, Chaoyang Joy City, Chaoyang district, Beijing. 010-6417- 8078

Average cost per head: 60 yuan

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