After lunch, we made our way to Ximending (西門町) to check out Korean skincare shops (THEFACESHOP, Etude House, Innisfree, Nature Republic). Then we stopped at Ay-Chung Flour-Rice Noodle for their famous pork intestine noodle. The small size was priced at NT$50 and large size priced at NT$65.
After you order and pay at the cashier on the right side, you just walk over to the left side to pick up your order!
There was a condiments bar on the side, for you to scoop into your bowl according to taste.
This place is just a storefront, with no tables so most people eat while standing. There are lots of stools on the side too, but they’re mostly taken. As we ate the noodles, we noticed how thick and starchy it was. Then we realized the guys were simply scooping the noodle soup from a big pot into the bowls; they weren’t cooking anything. So, that means the flour-rice noodles had already been cooking and boiling in the soup for some time prior to scooping. It was still good with the chili, garilc, and vinegar added, nevertheless.