Auntie Aijiaoa��s Flavor Tea Restaurant
The Private Kitchen Dishes in the Tea Garden
Overall environment a?�a?�a?�
Food and beverages a?�a?�a?�a?�
Yummy Tea Flavored Dishes
Luye is one of the important tea production places in Taitung and had been known for its Lufu Tea in the past. Luye has Oolong, Jin Xuan, Cui Yu, etc. and recently is famous for its Red Oolong Tea. On the Gaotai, acres of land stretch out and Auntie Aijiaoa��s Flavor Tea Restaurant sits in the center of the tea garden. The exterior is not magnificent, but once you enter the restaurant, you will be welcomed by the tea smell all over the room. The fresh tea smell comes from when boss Gan bakes tea leaves and rolls them constantly. The great skill of producing tea is also how Mr. Gan won the gold medal for his Red Oolong Tea in the competition. The female owner, Auntie Aijiao, is just as good and her tea cuisines have won many peoplea��s hearts, and there are always foodies here every day.
Make a Reservation If You Would Like to Enjoy Good Food
The tea garden was transformed to leisure agriculture about ten years ago, and the owner also opened up a tea restaurant. The restaurant takes advantage of the characteristic of the self-grown tea garden in addition to Auntie Aijiaoa��s in-depth knowledge about tea leaves and food; she then utilizes the features of each tea and combines them with food, which makes each wonderful dish full of tea aroma. Talking about the achievements of the earliest Tea Sticky Rice, Auntie Aijiao said that frying the fillings had injured her wrist that she ended up having to do physiotherapy. Until today, she has invented over a hundred of tea cuisines; among them, there are several classic dishes that customers never get tired of, which is why they are kept on the menu.
When making food with tea, there are many factors to consider. For instance, each tea leaf has its difference and many of them cannot be preserved for too long, and can only be used on the same day. As a result, reservation is required at the cafA� if you want to enjoy the freshest gourmet good.
Pan-fried Green Tea Noodles: The dough of the noodles are mixed with green tea powder. To make this dish, sautA� the mixture of ginger, green onion, and garlic first, then add in vegetables and cooked noodles, stirring frequently. Last, drizzle and stir tea oil along with sesame oil. The dish has a slight tea scent, which is one of the best cuisines that satisfies your stomach.