So now to continue with the rest of the restaurants we went to while on our trip in Taipei. The next 'theme' or 'weird' restaurant that we went to went under the guise of a 'hospital' type restaurant. All the waitresses were dressed as nurses and the walls were decorated with...hospital paraphernalia like crutches. Each table also had a little IV line coming down from a beaker looking glass that held a vodka mixture that you could fill your glass with if you ordered it. The rest of the pictures are just the more 'normal' types of places you can find throughout Taipei.
The the above restaurant is called 'DS' or something similar. Take a look at the Menu pictures for further info I guess. I nabbed a few business cards to show my teacher. She lived in Taipei for a while and I was curious if she knew this place or not. The food was nothing to brag about. I paid about $7 for my little entre of 'Indonesian Curry Chicken', this is pretty expensive by Taiwanese standards, but we didn't come for the food. We came as tourists with cameras =D, big time! I was really surprised to find a Heineken girl in Taiwan, but there was one going around the restaurant and I managed to get a quick photo with her. American culture has spread far and wide!
We went to the same place (twice) across the street from our hostel for breakfast. It was pretty good, almost like a breakfast burrito from back home but it needed cheese and salsa. Taiwanese and most of Asia seem to not like much cheese in their food. Take a look at the menu (English and Chinese) to get a better idea of what kind of food they had. The second row of pictures are just scattered quick shots of food or snacks we got. Two of them are pictures from inside the Taipei 101 mall food court, try to find which ones (hint: one of them has 'Taipei 101' on the chopsticks!).