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China Pizza Snack In Taiwan

  • By on March 3, 2010 | 3 Comments

    The journey of Taiwan snack recipe hunting continues with the China Pizza near the area of Shihlin MRT station. I went to Shanghai before and was amazed with the Pizza Hut over there which runs on five storey tall building and always full house.

    One of the famous pizza, Tujia was well known for traditional style and taste pizza origin in Hubei province, China.

    It seems Taiwanese reinvent some kind of pizza similar with the style of Tujia pizza in Shihlin MRT station.

    The invention looks more to Malaysian style of pizza for me which is Roti Canai πŸ˜‰

    Under The Hut For China Pizza


    Our walk stop under the hut of a stall near Shilin MRT station. The China Pizza which known as Cong Zhua BingοΌˆθ‘±ζŠ“ι₯Ό) in Chinese attracts us to buy the snack.

    Looks like Roti Canai, isn’t it? Don’t expect to have any pepperoni or cheesy topping on the China pizza because I paid just 30 NTD for this piece.


    The ingredient and cooking of China Pizza is simple where the chef stretch the dough with hand and not using rolling pin at first.

    Egg, mint leaf and chili sauce will be put on top and cooked until the born of crusty feel pizza.

    You can say this is the Roti Telur from our mamak stall but Taiwanese named this as China and not Malaysia pizza.

    Taste not bad and I still prefer the Roti Telur from mamak stall with dhal curry πŸ˜€

    ah hong

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  1. #1 smashpOp
    March 4, 2010 8:25 pm

    ei everyday post food meh.. i hungry wo how?

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  1. #2 Jayce
    March 4, 2010 9:24 pm

    Haha… Should get local version. Cheap and delicious. πŸ™‚

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  1. #3 ah hong
    March 7, 2010 4:37 am

    @pOp let’s go to Taiwan and makan makan. Haha πŸ˜€

    @Jayce I prefer roti canai from the local too. But long time didn’t go mamak jor πŸ™‚

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