Fu Hang Dou Jiang

(阜杭豆漿)
Chinese Breakfast Place and Breakfast Spot
Zhōngzhèng Qū, 台北市
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  • Pearl-Lyn .
    "The sao bing youtiao here is the best I've tried so far."(7 Tips)
    Caryn C.
    "Sweet soy milk with thin shao bing is the best breakfast combo here!"(5 Tips)
    Rafa L.
    "adventurous travellers the salty soy bean milk"(5 Tips)
    Sam
    "Dan bing (egg pancake) is also good topped with chili sauce."(4 Tips)
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  • Sam
    SamFebruary 17, 2015
    Hidden away on the second floor. Eat: hou shao bing (thick version) with youtiao/eggs or both. Dan bing (egg pancake) is also good topped with chili sauce. Wash it all down with soy milk.
  • 9VSKA
    9VSKANovember 9, 2016
    Best local breakfast joint in Taipei! Highly recommended: youtiao (big, deep-fried dough sticks — best I’ve ever had!) and soya bean drink (can be had hot/cold, with/out sugar) • Expect to queue!
  • Rafa L.
    Rafa LarrañagaFebruary 10
    Exotic breakfast, but watch out, you can get addicted to it!. I recommend the peanut milk, youtiao, rice roll, and for adventurous travellers the salty soy bean milk, don't forget to add toppings!!
  • Pearl-Lyn .
    Pearl-Lyn 👑August 22, 2015
    The sao bing youtiao here is the best I've tried so far. And the dou jiang is so so good. My fave has to be the dan bing as it was so soft and flavourful 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
  • Tina L.
    Tina LaiMarch 13, 2015
    Got there around 5:34 in the morning. There was already a long queue and waited for around 40 mins. So be prepared to wait. I ordered the thick shao bing with egg, tasted really good. A must try!
  • Franklin H.
    Franklin HuangJune 4, 2015
    The definitive go-to for Taiwanese breakfast. The queue can be very long, but worth it. I recommend the sweet soy milk, fried doughnut-fritter, and egg pancake (add some chili sauce for a nice kick).
  • Chris W.
    Chris WongSeptember 15, 2016
    Although there's typically a long line, it moves quickly. The savory Dou Jiang is mind-blowing and well as what I like to call the carb sandwich, 油條 wrapped in 餅. The 油條 comes super fresh.
  • Don Michael Antonio
    Don Michael AntonioJanuary 2, 2014
    Da bomb:Thick breakfast bread, salty soy milk soup(must warn u, this one is an acquired taste kind of food, go for regular soy milk if u r in doubt, delicious as well), chinese egg pancake!
  • Mingli C.
    Mingli ChenJanuary 19, 2016
    There's always a queue but it moves quite fast. The salty dou jiang is a must try as its really special. The normal Dou Jiang is really tasty too. Definitely worth a visit.
  • Lau S.
    Lau Shan ShangMay 20, 2016
    Worth the queue :) but u need to make your decision fast for they r on a fast pace as they served! Try their combo (all in one bun)
  • Adrian C.
    Adrian ChanApril 26
    The long queue is real. The food taste real good. Worth the queue? As tourist I think is worth to try it out. Good experience and foods.
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureAugust 13, 2014
    The little-known restaurant serves one of the best traditional Taiwanese breakfasts, including sweet soy milk and fried doughnuts.
  • Nathan G.
    Nathan GohDecember 8, 2015
    Try the salted soy bean! Can't find that in Singapore! All the stuff are freshly made. You can see the kitchen right next to the counter!
  • Keith C.
    After the looooooong wait, make sure you order efficiently! Liquids first (salty soy milk soup, sweet soy milk + cold + cup), noms second (thick bing + cruller + egg).
  • Esther Y.
    Esther YFebruary 25
    go here BEFORE 8 am. there will be a long line but it should go quickly. go even earlier if you can! and this is a must-visit!!!
  • Meg H.
    Meg HFebruary 24, 2016
    The thin shao bing with egg is delicious. Go for plain soy milk. There was far too much sugar in the sweet one.
  • Sonia S.
    Sonia SuJune 20
    If after waiting in such a long line only to discover half the dining area empty, you're not the only one. Things would move much quicker if the had literally just 1 more cashier. ANYWAY amazing food
  • 세를 O.
    세를 OMay 22, 2015
    The soy milk is really good but be sure to go early! I went in the noon and there was nothing left but the milk and salted biscuit :( they close very early too.
  • Eric S.
    Eric ScottMay 13, 2016
    Don't be discouraged by the line, it moves quickly. If you don't read Chinese, know what you're going to order before you get to the counter
  • Karen C.
    Karen ChewNovember 3, 2014
    Fresh and hot soy milk for breakfast? YESSSS! And I love their salty soy milk! It's special but not weird! :D
  • Caryn C.
    Caryn CharmDecember 23, 2014
    Sweet soy milk with thin shao bing is the best breakfast combo here! Come early if you don't want to queue long =)
  • Ian T.
    Ian ThomtoriMay 15, 2014
    Be prepared to queue but they r a well oiled 烧饼producing machine so dun worry ;) I liked the thick 厚饼 more than the thin ones. #ThomtoriEats #iLoveTaipei
  • Esther Y.
    Esther YJanuary 2, 2014
    7:45 am and the line is out the door and down the stairs and wrapped on a side of a block o.O can't wait to eat all this!!
  • Nicole A.
    Nicole AAugust 8, 2014
    A must-try when in Taipei. Long queues move at reasonable speed. Grab a seat when you can. Try the salty soy milk!
  • Jessie L.
    Jessie LAugust 17, 2014
    their sweet soy milk is amazing! and their you tiao! the line can get really long though so be prepared to wait
  • Elaine N.
    Elaine NgoJuly 11, 2014
    try to go there early to bet the line and the crowd. their soy bean milk is fresh squeeze and is delicious.
  • Johnson L.
    Johnson LiuSeptember 16
    Been here 5+ times
    Very delicious breakfast , you should try at least once in your life!
  • MJ C.
    MJ CaoOctober 9
    Came at 6am and the line is already 30 mins plus. Come really early or be prepare for a long line. Don't underestimate the line!
  • Stephanie W.
    Stephanie WeiJanuary 14
    Their fan tuan is my favourite! The you tiao inside is so crunchy
  • Robin C.
    Robin ChenSeptember 11, 2015
    Breakfast was good, but it's not worth the wait if you can easily go to another doujiang place though. It is bigger and cleaner though, as it shares the sitting area with other (closed) restaurants.
  • Gary H.
    Gary HorFebruary 16, 2015
    A MUST visit spot for breakfast. Order one of everything! Soya bean milk is a requisite!
  • Leo G.
    Leo GohFebruary 25, 2014
    The salty beancurd was certainly a special flavor, but after eating near half bowl, feel sick abt the taste. The only thing that was not bad, shld be the egg crepe. To me, it's over-rated.
  • Daniel A.
    Daniel AngMay 18, 2014
    You can start queuing at 5:30am (or earlier). Closed on Mondays. But I don't see why the fuss.
  • Ribka L.
    Ribka LimOctober 19, 2016
    The pastry with youtiao, soymilk and fantuan is nice! Go near their closing time to avoid long queue, weekends are bad idea
  • Michelle C.
    Michelle ChFebruary 25, 2014
    The food is REALLY good.my first savoury soymilk so yum. However the owner is pissed and impatient
  • kenshinjeff
    kenshinjeffJanuary 25, 2015
    Personally the foldover can skip, but the youtiao and doujiang together is very nice. The salty doujiang feels like chawamushi, can try.
  • C
    C2 weeks ago
    Queue might put you off but it moves very fast! Order the 煎蛋餅with 油條and the warm soya milk
  • jaschintaz
    jaschintazNovember 22, 2015
    Super long queue on a Sunday morning! Snaked around the block. Had to give this a miss. Make sure you're early if you want a seat.
  • Kai C.
    Kai CaoAugust 5
    Traditional Chinese breakfast at its best. Everything is delicious.
  • ben w.
    ben wDecember 18, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    they open at 5:30, come before 7:00 to avoid lines. weekend... it's a free for all
  • Karla
    KarlaMay 2, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    6:40am on a weekday is not so bad. I've seen the line get bad between 7 and 7:30 and then you can easily wait 30-60 minutes for heaven
  • Hung L.
    Hung LuuJune 8, 2016
    Famous Taiwanese breakfast place per Tiffany from work. Others say it is THE taiwanese breakfast place
  • Eric H.
    Eric HoNovember 19, 2015
    In a span of 2 minutes the lady switched between Mandarin to Taiwanese to Japanese to English
  • Nabil D.
    Nabil Dabbagh1 week ago
    The best breakfast you'll eat in Taipei 🇹🇼
  • Jody C.
    Jody CheungAugust 8, 2014
    Better be ready for the long line up, usually for 20 min. Closes on Monday😣😩😢
  • Jon Y.
    Jon YangMay 11, 2016
    Get there early or get there late, either way the line is vicious.
  • Jackson T.
    Jackson TsaiNovember 15, 2014
    There's always a extremely long queue that waits along the building and up a flight of stairs, the food is okay~ a lot of people like this spot but I find the food to be too dry
  • Sue L.
    Sue LeeJanuary 16
    Even with the 30 minute wait, it's worth it. It's the best 蛋餅 (danbing) in town.
  • Mindy K.
    Mindy KehDecember 1, 2015
    Highly recommend to go for your breakfast. But beware need to queue
  • pauline c.
    pauline changJuly 29, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    bomb dot com. get the dan bing. dou jiang. you tiao, shao bing (thin or thick!!)
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