|august 2015 zhongxiao shop|
Thick slices of bbq chicken, slightly sweet mayonnaise, pickled radishes, carrots and cucumbers in a toasted chewy yet crusty french loaf. I was so ravenous that I tore into the chicken sandwich as soon as I got home. I wanted to try the newly opened Lee's Sandwiches, but it was a bit far me in the Taipei Main Station neighborhood. So I went with something familiar- the chicken banh mi (NT$160) from Yue Yuan. Except this time it came with tomato. I love tomatoes so I didn't mind it was a bit different than I remember it, but the flavors, chicken and bread were the same as the one that that I've had over the years and fell in love with at first bite years ago.
Savoy is also known as Yue Yuan (their Chinese name), but a few years ago they went through some rebranding and now the shops sport bright orange signs saying SAVOY instead of the original yellow and black signs that had their chinese name 越苑 and in English, the word "pho." Their pho is still solid, as are their dry rice noodles, but I love their sandwiches for a quick bite on the go.
|feb 2015 anhe shop|
No. 10, Alley 32, Lane 216, Zhongxiao E. Road, Sec. 4
No. 12, Ln 155, Dunhua N. Rd
No. 8, Lane 103, Dunhua South Road, Sec. 2