Taiwan’s culinary scene reflects the island’s human and natural diversity.
Over the last century, several layers have been added to the southeastern Chinese cuisine served up in most households. Japanese food is enjoyed in every town and city as a result of Japan’s 50-year colonial occupation of the island. The post-war change of regime was followed by an influx of Chinese from every mainland province; a good many of them opened eateries which have prospered into the 21st century.
As the lifestyles of Taiwan’s aboriginal groups have gained wider acceptance, interest in indigenous cuisines has grown. Eating out in Taiwan is an impressively democratic, and working around your requests and preferences, our guides will lead you through the universe that is food in Taiwan.
While in Taiwan, gourmets and gourmands can also learn how to cook fabulous Taiwanese dishes by joining a cooking class taught by an English-speaking chef. For more details, visit our Cookery Tours of Taiwan page.
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