In Taipei, a hearty breakfast sets the tone for a wonderful day.
Among the city’s breakfast gems, Fu Hang Soy Milk（阜杭豆漿）stands out as an unmissable destination, earning acclaim from Michelin Bib Gourmand and becoming a must-visit spot for tourists in Taiwan.
Let’s embark on a flavorful journey through Fu Hang Soy Milk.
*Cover image credit: @_foodiedfd
If you take the Bannan Line (Blue) of the Taipei Metro to the Shandao Temple station（善導寺）, head towards Exit 5, and you’ll find yourself at Huashan Market（華山市場）.
Ascend to the second floor of Huashan Market, where the Food and Life Square is located, and you’ll discover the storefront of Fu Hang Soy Milk.
- Address: 2nd Floor, No. 108, Section 1, Zhongxiao East Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City（台北市中正區忠孝東路一段108號2樓）
Fu Hang Soy Milk operates from Tuesday to Sunday, 5:30 AM to 12:30 PM (closed on Mondays).
To avoid long queues, consider arriving just before opening or during non-peak hours.
Avoid arriving after 11:30 AM to dodge the lunchtime crowd.
Given the substantial number of foreign visitors, be mentally prepared for potential queues at any time.
For those seeking to skip the on-site queue, you can opt for Klook’s Fu Hang Soy Milk delivery service.
- Hours：Tue – Sun 05:30~12:30 | Mon Closed
Must-Try Items at Fu Hang Soy Milk
With nearly 48 items on the menu at Fu Hang Soy Milk, navigating the options can be challenging.
Here are some highly recommended must-try selections:
Fu Hang’s traditional soy milk, infused with a charcoal-grilled aroma, is rich and redolent with the essence of soy.
Opt for the hot soy milk to fully savor its bean fragrance.
Salty Soy Milk（鹹豆漿）
If you have a penchant for salty flavors, Fu Hang’s salty soy milk is a definite must-try!
Packed with ingredients like shrimp, pickled radish, sour cabbage, youtiao (fried dough sticks), cilantro, and green onions, it delivers a silky tofu texture akin to steamed egg, complemented by the savory aroma of soy milk.
Thick Bread with Scrambled Eggs（厚餅夾蛋）
Fu Hang’s thick bread, made from aged dough, are a breakfast essential.
The Thick bread with scrambled eggs features a delightful combination of crispy surfaces, sesame and charcoal fragrance, and a filling of scallion-flavored egg, creating a satisfying and flavorful bite.
Sesame Flat Bread with Dough Stick（薄餅夾油條）
Flat pancakes and thick pancakes offer different experiences.
The Flat pancake highlights the flour’s aroma, paired with a large, crispy dough stick. It provides a lighter option without feeling too heavy.
While Fu Hang’s egg pancake falls into the “powder batter” category, the slightly crispy skin and substantial thickness make it a fulfilling choice.
Additionally, the use of scallion-flavored eggs adds a delightful aroma to each bite.
For those with a sweet tooth, the Caramel Bun comes highly recommended.
With a hand-sized oval shape and a deep brown crust enveloping sesame seeds, the inside reveals a malted caramel filling that oozes out when bitten into.
A delightful treat that strikes a perfect balance between sweetness and the aromatic sesame flavor.
Is Fu Hang Soy Milk Worth the Wait?
While Taiwan boasts numerous delectable breakfast spots, Fu Hang Soy Milk, especially as a Michelin-recommended establishment since 2018, is truly worth the experience.
However, be prepared to wait in line for at least an hour for a taste of this culinary delight.
For those eager to savor the delicacies without enduring the on-site queue, consider utilizing Klook’s Fu Hang Soy Milk delivery service to save time and still indulge in the exquisite flavors.