Chi-shan Mu-pian Fan-bao: "Chinese fast food" Top 5 Page for this destination T'ai-chung Restaurant Tip by chewy3326
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Chi-shan is a town in southeastern Taiwan known for its rice; this results in many restaurants naming themselves after the town. In Taiwan, one of the most popular types of fast food is known as a 'bian-dan,' which is a ready-to-eat lunch or dinner generally consisting of some type of meat, some vegetables, and rice. Chi-shan mu-pian Fan-bao sells a variety of bian-dan for low prices. This is not a high class place; it doesn't have quite as much customers as McDonald's, but it's a Chinese version of it. Prices on bian-dan range from about NT 50 to NT 80, those it's very budget; I ate here five times. In general, food quality is okay; you can select from pork-cutlets, chicken, beef, and fish bian-dan.
Favorite Dish: For just NT 65, you can buy a pork cutlet bian-dan (my favorite). The pork cutlet bian-dan has a lot of rice, three different types of vegetables, either a piece of fried fish or half an egg, and of course, a good-sized fried pork cutlet. The meal also includes a free, 100 ml drink and a cup of soup (usually pork, fish, or vegetable based).
Comparison: least expensive
Directions: In Dali city, south of Taichung City proper, near the Puti Hospital
Price: less than US$10
Theme: Fast Food
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