Tastes of Taiwan (Day 13): Movie with Mom

Lunch: Yingge Baozi Pt. 2

Made a trip to revisit the baozi shop from just a few days before. Unfortunately, they only had dessert buns left today. That's okay, still amazing. 


Dinner: Mos Burger & Sushi Carousel

Mom, Pat, and I went into the city to watch the movie, Spy. One of the best comedies of the decade and a must-watch for 2015. 

On the way home, we stopped at Banqiao to grab some Mos Burger, a popular burger joint in Taiwan. 

They used rice as the bun. 

They used rice as the bun. 

Back in Zhongli, we ate at a one of those restaurants where the sushi travels around on a carousel. You just grab what you want and pay by the plate. It was my first time at this type of restaurant; quite a unique experience. Pat and I had about 8 plates each. At $1 USD per plate, it was a relatively expensive dinner by Taiwan standards. 

Sushi Carousel

Sushi Carousel

Surprisingly, my favorite dish was Inari with a bunch of nuts and seeds on top. It was a delightful combination of crunchy and soft, sweet and salty. 

Surprisingly, my favorite dish was Inari with a bunch of nuts and seeds on top. It was a delightful combination of crunchy and soft, sweet and salty.