Popcorn chicken, beef noodles, and scallion pancakes are most popular Taiwanese foods with athletes at Taipei Universiade
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The most popular Taiwanese foods being served at the
Athletes’ Village Canteen during the ongoing Taipei Universiade games are popcorn chicken, beef noodles and scallion pancakes, according to the Taipei 2017 Universiade Organizing Committee.
The Athlete’s Village Canteen is currently serving 35,000 to 40,000 meals a day, and the top five most popular foods are pizza, popcorn chicken, scrambled eggs, spaghetti, and beef noodles, with 350 kilograms of popcorn chicken being consumed daily, according the Universiade Restaurant Management Office. Rounding out the top 10 are toasted sandwiches, various other types of noodles, wontons, meat balls, and Tandoori chicken.
The top most popular Taiwanese foods being consumed are popcorn chicken, beef noodles, and scallion cakes. In addition to the daily consumption of 350 kg, 900 bowls of beef noodles and 500 slices of scallion pancakes are also scarfed up each day. [FULL STORY]