Keelungers love strong flavors, and breakfast is no exception. A typical breakfast combines dry noodles, pancakes, and wonton soup. There are many well-known scallion pancake restaurants in Keelung, but the approach of making scallion pancakes differs in each.
Typically, the pancake is first fried and then baked. Zhou Jia’s are full of scallion, giving them a fragrant and rich taste. They are flaky and not greasy, and this practice wins over many searching for the best scallion pancake spot.
In addition to scallion pancakes, you can’t miss the restaurant’s wonton soup, which is even better than many wonton restaurants. The wontons are big and thick. Gently bite the thin skin, and you will taste the delicious wonton meat.
Usually, people have one regular pancake, one egg pancake, and a bowl of wonton soup. With this combo, you will satisfy your morning munchies and be energized for a day of exploring! On the weekend at Zhou Jia, be prepared to line up. Though things can get busy, you can just relax and enjoy an excellent meal.