Taiwanese fried chicken steak has been done to death on social media and if you think otherwise, here is exhibit A, B C and D. It makes me wonder what is next? How can you improve upon this crunchy, salty, oily perfection that permeates all aspect of your being? There’s nothing that can be done that is going to blow my min…
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Well I’ll be damned. Located off in an alleyway near Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station, Blaze Hotdogs(光華商場) sells some of the crispiest Taiwanese fried chicken in Taipei. Despite its very confusing name, Blaze Hotdogs(which, ironically does not sell hotdogs) has been raging across Taiwanese social media with its cheese infused chicken steak and making blog readers really really hungry.
The shop itself has been around a bit. Even though the location is notoriously difficult to find, revelers have been making the trek and lining up before opening time in hopes of getting one of the store’s famous cheesy chicken. I mean just look at this thing. Its big, its crunchy and the cheese is stringier than raclette when it hit NYC. The point is, the cheese in this chicken isn’t some half ass pre-packaged slices of American cheese from Safeway. It’s gobs and gobs of thick American cheese that is distributed all around the chicken so you get some impressive stringiness.
There are over 20 different types of fried chicken to choose from. The menu is only in Chinese so be sure to power on your Google translate or else you’ll be pointing to things you don’t like. Prices are really really reasonable and fall between 70 and 80 NT which amounts to a shade over $2 USD for each big piece. Be sure to leave your mark by submitting a photo of yourself to the shop. Maybe you’ll end up with all the other photos that they’ve collected through the years.
Either get here early in the morning or after 3pm as the shop is closed from 12 to 3. But prepared to wait in line as all things trendy in Taiwan requires you to be as patient as this dog.