Sunday, December 4, 2011

Le Palais













I've traveled to several countries and I'm reluctant to say that Hong Kong is the only one lets me down.Unquestionably,Hong Kong is the top gourmet capital in Asia.Therefore,I have to say I had wonderful meals when I was there,but the reason why I don't like the city is the crowd.I don't like to stay in a crowded place and there's an insanely number of people dwelled in Hong Kong!

Also,there's an interesting thing I found in Hong Kong:the metro escalators.The speed of the escalator is super fast!I can barely imagine how the elder survive in that fast-speed city.When I took the escalator,I had to be like"ok,one,two,three and go!"I had to be so careful and put my full attention upon stepping in and out of the escalator.

Due to my loner personality,I feel like having a Hong Kong style meal in Taipei is a better option for me.I watched a TV show,introducing a Hong Kong style restaurant the other day.The decoration and the dishes seemed so nice,so I invited my friend if she's interested.

The restaurant is located on the top of a hotel,called "Le Palais."I'm impressed by the decoration,which is  very classic and elegant.Since Christmas is around the corner,there're some christmas ornaments as well as antiques.The entrance of the hotel is tiny,and it's not easy to be noticed,but delicate!

We had various dim sums and enjoyed them a lot!There're "Pan-Fried Turnip Cake with Preserved Meat,""Honey Glazed Barbecued Pork,""Steamed Chicken Feet with X.O. Sauce,""Steamed Prawn Dumplings" and "Steamed Pork Dumplings with Fish Roe."I'm sure that if your are a frequent costumer to a Kong Kong style restaurant,you would feel quite familiar with these dishes.I love these kinds of little  snakes a lot,because each of them is not big,so you can taste different ones!


Le Palais(Palais de Chine Hotel)
Tel:2181-9999
Add:No.3,Sec.1,Chengde Rd,Taipei City,Taiwan




64 comments:

  1. i like it ;]
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  2. Ohh I know what you mean about the bustle of Hong Kong. I always imagined Taipei would be similarly busy! I'm looking forward to my trip to Shanghai so I can eat plenty of late-night Hong Kong snacks, especially turnip cakes and stir-fried instant noodles. :]

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  3. lovely photos and the food looks delicious too!

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  4. The place looks fabulous and the food looks very delish!! X

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  5. that all looks so delicious. one of my first blog posts was about my trip to china this past summer!

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  6. Cool photos, I've always wanted to visit Hong Kong

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  7. all these pictures looks really nice!! :)
    xx

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  8. This looks so great! the food must be delicious, always wanted to go to HK xx

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  9. yumm the food looks really yummy!

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  10. how great is that? I adore your pictures so much ♡

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  11. ohhh all look delicious!

    xx, Rachel. <3<3

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  12. I kind of agree with what you said about HK..I love the city but only in small doses lol. Whenever I go there I go for like a month and by the end I'd be really annoyed with the crowds/weather/humidity/smog

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  13. Wow! The foods look so yummy!..

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  14. Love the pictures you took...

    xoxo aley

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  15. Qu'est que ça donne envie de manger !!!!

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  16. Wow the place looks amazing!
    Totally craving dim sum nowww (:
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  17. woah the interior design of the place looks really exquisite ! i love how the old chinese tradions are mixed with modern aspects !

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  18. It sounds and looks really delicious! Have a lovely week. <3<3

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  19. So sorry but coming on your blog is now too hard, I never have time to sit in a good restaurant anymore :( xx

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  20. Love this amazing pictures <3

    Thinks for you comment

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  21. Your blog is very intriguing, I kept on reading and reading more! I have never been to Hong Kong really hope to visit one day and I'll make sure to watch out fit the metro escalators =)

    -V

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  22. Really great pictures , i really like it .. LG DENISE<3

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  23. OMG... love this a lot. look like a very good restaurant!

    xx

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  24. I've never had dim sum but that looks absolutely marvelous!


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  26. love it, so perfect

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  27. Toujours aussi adorable ce petit blog !

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  28. Wow....looks fancy. I don't know if I'll ever be around there but I'll definitely check it out. Looks like an experience. :D


    Yasmeen
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  29. i agree with you -- hong kong can be way too crowded! i love the food though, and the shopping is great! :D

    p.s. all that food looks delicious! i'm hungry. ;)

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  31. The decoration was the first thing I noticed, I thought it looked very elegant and inviting. Then the pictures of the food: it all looks sooo good!

    I've never been to HongKong, but I can imagine how mad the crowds must be there. Oxford Street is bad enough for me ;-) I can absolutely relate to the "loner personality" thing, hehehe.

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  32. cool!!!


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  33. Wow, what an amazing place!!! Love the decor and of course the food looks delicious! Love your blog and now following! Maybe you'll have time to visit my blog:)

    Kisses,
    Annabelle
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  34. thanks for your beautiful comment honey!
    can't believe it yet! I'm soo excited :D hahaha

    and what to say about your post...absolutely delicious and pretty images al always! (Im in my way to the kitchen now!!) hahaha
    xx

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  35. Wonderful place!.. We love it!.. The dishes look so delicious!

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  36. Totally want some dim sum now!

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  37. WHEN I SEE YOUR BLOG.....I'M HUNGRY!


    SGRUNT!



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    Maria Onorio
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  38. Gorgeous restaurant!
    Oh and all that food... yum now I'm super hungry :D

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. <3
    I'm interested about your snack swap, but sadly I have no time now.. Maybe some other time. If you'd like to follow each other, I follow back via Bloglovin'. Let me know & let's stay in touch if you like.

    Have a lovely weekend.

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  39. Your pics are always so delicious ;)
    Getting hungry...

    Love,
    Alexx

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  40. The food looks great, but the ceramics are beautiful. You have to love Hong Kong just for it's beauty alone...even though I can't imagine how crowded it probably is, I get frustrated with the crowds even here in NY lol


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  41. Great pictures, the food looks yummy!!

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  42. Comment ça à l'air bon tout ça ! Superbes photos :)

    Bisous.

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  43. Love these pictures! The food looks amazing!!

    Julie
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  44. can never go wrong with dim sum. yumm yumm

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  45. Beautiful pictures! Ah, i want to go there now!


    Dagmara
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  46. Yummy!
    (:

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  47. It seems to be delicious!!
    I love the setting, it's typical and modern!

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