貳房苑 Livingreen ｜大安 Daan
🚇 Daan Station
Address: No. 14, Lane 23, Rui’an St, Da’an District, Taipei City
Transportation: 3 minutes walk from exit 4 of Daan subway station
打開Google地圖, 決定去大安站附近的【貳房苑 Livingreen】吃午餐
I went to the Jianguo Holiday Flower Market for some dried flowers on a weekend and started to get hungry.
After browsing around Google Map, I decided to eat lunch at “Livingreen” close to Daan station. (I know, very spontaneous planning)
I did call ahead to check if there are seats available before going.
If you take the subway to Daan station, it is a 3 minutes walk from Daan Station exit 4.
▲【貳房苑 Livingreen】由雙好設計公司籌備開設, 所以門口掛有兩個招牌
從品牌歷史, 經營理念, 介紹到食材和餐點
The menu is quite thick.
It talks about brand history, company values, ingredients and dishes descriptions.
It kind of feel like I am reading a magazine.
“Livingreen”‘s menu does require some time to digest since they also write the prices in Chinese.
For a foreigner customer, reading this menu will be quite tough.
The display fridge showcased daily made fruit tarts and desserts.
▲ 輕嘆 川味孜然麻辣仙草乾拌麵 NT$150
麵條Q彈有勁, 雖然是仙草乾拌麵, 卻沒吃出仙草味
▲ Sichuan cumin spicy grass jelly noodles NT$150
When we were deciding on what to order, I quickly consulted pictures on Instagram. I found that almost everyone recommended this “Sichuan cumin spicy grass jelly noodles”. Since I love spicy food, I quickly decide to order this. When this came to the table, you can smell the cumin right away. The marinated soft-boiled egg on top looks so deliciously tempting. The noddle itself is chewy. Even though it is grass jelly noodle, I couldn’t taste any grass jelly at all. Instead, each bite came with the cumin smell and a hint of a comfortable spiciness. I couldn’t stop myself from eating bites after bites!
However, the portion isn’t large which leaves me craving for more.
▲ 主廚推薦私房麺 NT$180
▲ House Special Noodle NT$180
There are 2 kinds of house special noodle. One is goose oil dry noodles and the other is peeled pepper chicken noodle soup.
Since winter is coming and Taipei is cloudy with constant drizzle. We were craving for some hot soup. Therefore, we decided to order the peeled pepper chicken noodle soup.
Using peeled pepper as the soup base, it is slightly spicy. Since it has radish and mushroom, the soup is sweet and refreshing as well. Kind of feel like I am drinking Kanto soup. The noodle is a thin noodle and chewy as well.
▲ 海岸線 台南黑糖咖啡拿鐵 Coastline Tainan Brown Sugar Latte NT$180
▲ 艷陽 高雄枋山鮮芒冰沙 Sunshine Kaohsiung FangShan Fresh Mango Smoothie NT$250
▲ 雲朵 棉花糖檸檬塔 NT$120
▲ 雲朵 棉花糖檸檬塔 Cloud Marshmallow Lemon Tart NT$120
I have a fetish for lemon tarts, so obviously I have to order their lemon tart to try.
Livingreen’s lemon tart is different from your ordinary lemon tart since it has an extra layer of baked marshmallow.
The outside is quite cute, but the sourness of lemon tart is a bit lacking for my taste.
The marshmallow isn’t as sweet as I thought. Overall, it is slightly disappointing.
【貳房苑 Livingreen】位在捷運大安站4號出口附近, 交通非常便利
麵條Q彈有勁, 雖然是仙草乾拌麵, 卻沒吃出仙草味
Livingreen is located near exit 4 of Daan Station, very conveniently located. The meals inside is a combination of Chinese and Western.
You can get western brunch as well as Taiwanese dry noodle here. The drinks and the lemon tart dessert are average.
I do recommend the Sichuan cumin spicy grass jelly noodles. When this came to the table, you can smell the cumin right away. The marinated soft-boiled egg on top looks so deliciously tempting. The noddle is chewy. Even though it is grass jelly noodle, I couldn’t taste any grass jelly. Each bite came with cumin and a hint of the comfortable spiciness. I couldn’t stop myself from eating bites after bites!
The restaurant’s environment is comfortable, and the employees friendly. But the prices is really on the expensive side.