Pearl House boasts authentic Taiwanese cuisine and bubble tea for lunch, dinner and late night snacks.
They have been around for a very long time and have gone through several refurnishing.
The service is always nice and food is solid. Their Ma Po Tofu dish is excellent, a taint of spice but not overly spicy while the tofu is cooked just right. Their fried chicken fillet dish is also done quite nicely, not overly greasy and a very nice crispy skin.
The portions are not that big, but suffice to fill a hungry stomach. There are also small side dishes and/or BBT to fill you up if you are really that hungry. The place is clean, ambiance is not bad with the new decors.
This is one of the more favored place for most of my friends and I, for their food, service and location. Parking can be easily found on the side and/or street parking. Getting a spot is never an issue here.
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