This Taiwanese Street Food Folds In Layers of History, Family And Dough
Hold up. That last one... whaaaaaat?
It's a popular snack in Taiwan, where it's known as cong zhua bing. It's also the specialty at Joy, a year-old Highland Park restaurant from Vivian Ku, owner of Silver Lake's Pine and Crane. The cute, neighborhood spot at the corner of York and Avenue 51 specializes in Taiwanese-style street food, made to suit 21st century L.A. palates and served with a dose of history.
Ku describes Taiwanese food as a blend of influences from Japan, China and groups indigenous to the nearly 14,000-square-mile island. Her family's roots reflect that mix . . .
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