No.210-2, Renhe Rd., Ren’ai Township, Nantou County 546, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
After World War Two and in the wake of the Chinese Civil War, the Kuomintang (KMT) troops situated on the Thai and Burmese borders with China were evacuated to the KMT controlled island of Taiwan in 1953 and 1960. On arrival, the government sent some of the troops to Cingjing Farm so that they could cultivate and reclaim the land. So, unsurprising given its history, Cingjing Farm retains many traditional Burmese dishes, even today. The most famous restaurant, and the one most loved in the media, would have to be Lumama. Situated on a massive 2044 meter-high mountain, sitting in the outdoor dining area here gives you a wonderful outlook of the beautiful mountain range around you. The restaurant is built in a European style, which at first glance might trick you to think it is a Bed & Breakfast. Because transport is convenient to get here, and it serves absolutely delicious meals, there are always long lines on the weekends, and it can often take up to an hour before you get your meal. Whether it be the Yunnan rice noodles (過橋米線), pig skin (大薄片) or Angelica baked eggs (當歸烘蛋), your choices is bound to be tasty. The most popular dish, of course, is the Thai Style Spicy Chicken (椒麻雞), wrapped by crispy crust with spicy sauce on it, and goes very well with rice. Choose this if the overwhelming choice is too much for you to handle!