KSUBI Baddies Bones tee (c/o Electric Sekki), Topshop flocked floral leigh jeans (similar here and here), Puma Black Label x Hussein Chalayan Limited edition ipad clutch, Superga COTU 2750 sneakers and H&M sunglasses.

Keeping this post short with lots of photos.

Second day with Brew&Post for #TaipeiStory and we basically had just 1 thing on our agenda: FOOD. We started the day off with breakfast at the hotel (MMD only) then Jason, JJ and I did a quick walk around the surrounding area of our hotel just to get some cool blog photos done. The days are getting all mixed up now so all I remember was feasting at Ban Mu Yuan 半畝園 where we stuffed our faces with ten too many appetizer dishes and plenty of mains like more delicious beef noodles 牛肉面 and beef wraps 牛肉卷餅. We walked off our heavy lunch at the area around Taipei 101 where me and Jason spent most of our time at Eslite Bookstore (now also open in Hysan Place in Causeway Bay!) while JJ and Carmen headed to some cool local indie market.

Around our hotel in Da’An District 大安區

JJ looking cool as fuck


Feast at Ban Mu Yuan 半畝園

Amazing small dishes. Our fav was the eggplant (2nd and 4th row, far left)

Camera eats first!

Brew&Post family lunch!

After a few hours of resting at the hotel after our long afternoon, we headed out to the infamous night markets of Taipei. We started out at a market that I can’t remember the name of and then ended our night at Shida Night Market 師大路夜市. Basically all we wanted was cheap yummy food and that is exactly what we got. By far my favourite were the baos and the grilled corn.

beef bao 牛肉包


Grilled corn yummmmmmmmmmmm



Duck stuff

Love the blue/red

“Gurrrrl, you jus gots to try dem sowsowjuzzzzz”



  1. Oh man, I wanna go to Taipei so bad! The night market looks awesome.

  2. What’s in the waffle? Peanut butter, lard and condensed milk goodness? Love that pic of you holding the food nonchalantly for everyone to take pics. hehe

  3. love how blue your hair is in the first two photos *V*

  4. What a fun trip. I wish we got more BAO to eat. Let’s make it!

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