Taiwanese Food Delivery & Takeaway

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Consumer favourite Taiwanese delivery restaurants

Taiwanese Cafe

Chinese
12:00 - 21:00
Min order
Northbridge
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  • Free Item

    Order $80 or more Bonus FREE 1 x BONUS Free Coconut Milk Sago

Gllow

Chinese
11:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 21:30
Min order
Malvern
10% Off
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    Order between $30 and $50 and receive 10% off your order.

  • Free Item

    Order $50 or more Mango Pudding

  • Feed Me Set

Taiwan Jiang

Asian
12:00 - 15:00, 17:30 - 22:00
Min order
Northcote
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SGG Fried Chicken

Asian
Not available today
Min order
North Melbourne
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Blue Eye Dragon Taiwanese

Asian
18:00 - 21:30
Min order
Pyrmont

Gllow

Asian
11:30 - 21:00
Min order
Richmond
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    Order $50 or more

Taiwanese food delivery from local restaurants

Taiwan shares a rich culinary history with the southern provinces of mainland China, and many dishes mirror those found in the cuisines of Jiangxi, Guangdong, Chaoshan, Shanghai, Hunan, Beijing, and Sichuan. Some Japanese influence persists from the fifty years that Taiwan was under Japanese rule. Taiwanese cuisine incorporates pork, chicken, seafood, rice, and soy. Beef can be conspicuously absent; some Taiwanese establishments don't serve it out of respect for Taiwanese Buddhists or a historic unfamiliarity with an animal that requires massive land area to rear. Flavour comes from rice wine, fermented beans, pickled vegetables, peanuts, chilli, coriander, and basil. A sub-tropical climate and abundant trade puts papayas, starfruit, and citrus into practice. Classic dishes frequently top rice. Chiayi is a bowl of rice with a shredded turkey and gravy topping; pickled daikon sits off to the site to offer a stark contrast to the soya-infused covering. Taiwanese food is matching the activity found in the cuisine of mainland China. Chefs in Shanghai are constantly innovating, and Australian Taiwanese restaurants are keeping up by updating their xiaochi (the Taiwanese take on tapas). These tiny plates are including previously foreign tastes: pineapple mayonnaise meet prawns, vegetables flash-cooked in Sauvignon blanc, and slow-cooked pork ribs meat a marmalade of honey and grapefruit. That's not to say nobody is searching for classic Taiwanese treasures. Search for “iron eggs”--eggs that are repeatedly cooked in a stew of spices before being air dried. They're consumed after this preservation method and have a chewy texture with a enormous flavour compared to hard-boiled eggs. Taiwanese oyster omelettes are also held in high esteem. Steamed buns, tofu, and spring rolls round out the classic fare. Taiwanese restaurants offer food that has been time-tested for a thousand years but won't blink an eye at incorporating something new. Those that dab into Chinese and Japanese cuisine will find familiar tastes here, but the historic adjustment and modern pursuit of new flavour combinations present as demonstration of edible magic that's decidedly Taiwanese.

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Gllow

Overall 8.3 |  Food 10  |  Value 7  |  Speed 8

Really delicious food and just what I needed after a long day at work. The popcorn chicken was particularly memorable..crispy... Read more

Nick - December 2017

Taiwanese Cafe

Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

Food was fantastic, got here fast despite the distance, customer service was great. 10/10 will be ordering again.f

Emily - September 2017
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