Popular buns are sold near Longshan temple, too.
I got off at Longshan temple station and then went toward Longshan temple…no.
So popular baked pepper buns shop !
Fuzhou Shizu Baked Pepper bun.
Though Raohe street night market branch is too popular, but also there’s a branch close to Rongshan temple station and it takes only one minutes from the gate 3 of the station.
Pepper bun cost 45 TWD per one.
Truthfully speaking, I intended to reserve one and then go to the temple.
I heard the bun can be reserved in advance and it takes much time to be cooked. So, many people at first reserve pepper buns at this shop and go to the temple and then go back to this shop to get the buns. (Payment is needed in advance)
So, I intended to do so.
But fortunately, buns were just cooked. Many people who reserved in advance were waiting in line and got their buns.
I said to a lady after they left, “Can I get one ? I didn’t reserve”. Fortunately, there were still many buns 🙂
It was still very hot ! Of course, this was the first time to get pepper bun !
Inside the bun.
Pepper buns have roughly minced pork meat, plenty of black pepper and green onion. It was so spicy and juicy ! Though I heard plenty of hot meat juice attack my mouth, as you see, it didn’t have much juice.
I heard Taiwanese people buy much of it and keep them in the freezer. So they can eat it at anytime.
About Fuzhou Shizu Baked Pepper Bun Longshan temple branch (福州世祖胡椒餅)
Address / 台北市萬華區和平西路三段89巷2弄5號
Station / Longshan temple station (龍山寺站)
Open / 9:30 – 19:00
Closed / no scheduled