Shia Ba TaipeiPosted By Jennifer Ho Jul 28 2011 · 0 comments · Dining Out
Shia Bia is at the midpoint of a climbing windy road leading to the top of a mountain overlooking the merging of the freshwater Danshui river and the Pacific Ocean. Part of a resort for golfers, the Chinese restaurant is equipped to handle a capacity of at least 200 diners in its spacious hall.
Stopping by for lunch, we had a pot of plain white rice to start along with a Thai style tilapia with a distinct lemon flavor and a Thai style chili chicken with onions and shallots (crispy goodness). We also had a black field chicken soup (typical dish promoted by ancient Chinese herbal medicine), a Chinese cabbage plate and butternut squash with salted egg, red peppers and chives (one of the star dishes, I thought). We also had the traditional Chinese fried oysters with spinach dish a well as unshelled shrimp with soya sauce. The place is good for fast service and delicious Chinese food. It also isn’t too difficult to find or to get to, being about a 7-10 minute walk from the Honglian MRT station.