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Try it once and youa��ll be back!

Taiwan Travel : Delicacy - Sit-Fun Restauranti??TaiwanDay

We live in a culture where eating is an activity that is valued and should not be interrupted. Sit-Fun Restaurant on busy Yongkang Street puts food first. Sit-Fun is the brainchild of Lu Wen-yong, who has successfully taken Taiwana��s snack foods to the next gastronomical level.

Mr. Lu started his business with Yilan foods. His first venture, Lu Sang Shitang (Mr. Lua��s Eatery), which is also located around the Yongkang circle, has taken the local and international food loving communities by storm. Mr. Lu is passionate about food and hopes to provide affordable, authentic local delicacies. It is common to see travelers dining here multiple times, enjoying the great food and reasonable prices. Some even rush to the restaurant for a final bite on the way to the airport before their flight. When they get back home, gushing reviews to friends and families set this restaurant as a must visit destination for the next round of visitors.

Taiwan Travel : Delicacy - Sit-Fun Restauranti??TaiwanDay
Taiwan Travel : Delicacy - Sit-Fun Restauranti??TaiwanDay

Strict quality standards

Since opening the restaurant 12 years ago, Mr. Lu has insisted on doing the food run himself. For himself, quality never comes cheap and great foods come from great ingredients. With so many choices, from cold sides and stews to steamed fare and stir-
frys, your taste buds will never be bored. Ita��s no wonder this restaurant is so enjoyed by travelers and locals alike.

Steamed blue threadfin with fermentedA�cummingcordia

Fish delivered fresh daily from Keelung is prepared with garlic, pepper, famed Yilan green onion, and fermented cummingcordia from Nantou to bring out the fresh and savory fish flavors. The restaurant prides itself on this dish and quantities are limiteda�� only 50 servings on weekdays and 70 on weekends, so come early!

Oyster with garlic sauce

Plump, succulent oysters brought fresh from Dongshi Port are slightly blanched in boiling water and served with a home-made garlic sauce. These oysters are smooth and soft in texture with a slightly briny ocean flavor.

Taiwan Travel : Delicacy - Sit-Fun Restauranti??TaiwanDay