Andrew is off to Taiwan, a land home to dramatic geography such as waterfalls, mountains and natural hot springs. The national dish here is one that makes an appearance before you even see it. It's called ...Go to Episode
Andrew rides the world's fastest elevator to the observation deck of the second-tallest building in the world. At the food court, he eats a Korean barbecue meat and rice bowl and Taiwanese chitlins with Szechwan peppercorns, ginger and blood cake.
89F, No. 7, Hsin Yi Rd Sec. 5, Taipei 110, Taiwan
Tai Ya Po Po Restaurant
Andrew visits Tai Ya Po Po to try some aboriginal cuisine. He eats bees, a salad made from the shoots of the betel nut tree and dama mein (dama noodles). The latter is raw pork mixed with salt and placed in a jar to ferment for 2 weeks.
14. WuLai St., Wulai Hsiang, Taipei, Taiwan
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