Taipei Part 2

We spent our 3rd day finding my nail supplier and randomly pop into a local store for beef noodle! And I got to say, the beef noodle is for far the best I've ever tasted. Even the packet greentea taste as good as our honey green tea(bubble tea). All that goodness(noodle + drink) for just $5SGD.
A rather random shot here, cos the husband wanted to take pic of Taipei 101 to prove that he ever went to taipei, LOL!
Our day ended with me meeting my friend, Liling for dinner at a toilet theme restaurant. Please do make an appointment or go earlier. We had to wait for 30mins before we got a table. The food were rather normal but definitely not horrible except for the ice cream which was complimentry and tasted really bad. Even the hus that eats everything is reluctant to finish the ice cream. P.s/ bought the milktea just so I can take pic of the cute toiletbowl!
We started our day early and travelled 2 trainstop to have this awesome bowl of pig intestine meesua! Its super yummy but we had to walk for about 5mins before reaching the shop. We were super happy cos Liling was telling me how good the meesua was. Try googling the name of the store.
 As BlackBall Fans, I was telling the hus that I would like to try it from taipei which is the origin of blackball but sad to say no1 heard of blackball neither was the store doing well. We went to the outlet near XMD and was pretty disappointed, they did not have any choices for us and the favourite ice grass jelly was not available only cold grass jelly was available and the red bean was a lil too hard for my liking. And becos the weather was pretty hot and the stall was not air conditioned this bowl of dessert wasnt good enough to satisfy the hotness within us. *While finding the JayChou restaurant I managed to find another Blackball store which was air conditioned and looked pretty much like the stores in Singapore. And it seems they have rather more choices to choose from, but we were behind time so we didnt had the chance to pop in for a bowl.
Was looking soo forward to have lunch at HelloKitty Cafe but they were having renovation and will only be open a day after I leave Taipei ):
But they directed us to the Barbie Cafe which I suspect is opened by the same boss. Food wasnt fantastic but  still edible so I guess you are paying for the renovation and outlook of the food. Was really impressed with the pink furnitures and the rather perfect life of barbie which excites me to redo my nailroom and make it to as princessy and pinky as possible!

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