Best of 2011 Winners!

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Best of 2011 Winners!

Postby elektronisk » 12 Jan 2012, 15:35

Thanks to everyone that voted! :bravo:


Results of Best of 2011 Poll results and links

Best Pub of 2011 - tie
. On Tap
. The Speakeasy

Best Pizza of 2011
. Alleycat's

Best Mexican Restaurant of 2011
. Eddy's Cantina

Best Burger of 2011
. KGB

Best Steak of 2011
. The BBQ House (Hsinchu)

Best Indian Restaurant of 2011
. Saffron

Best Vegetarian Restaurant of 2011 - tie
. Enso Kitchen
. Yangming Spring
. YuShanGe
. Bruce's Kitchen Garden

Best Ice Cream / Frozen Yogurt of 2011
. Cold Stone

Best Brunch of 2011
. The Diner

Best Italian Restaurant of 2011 - tie
. Cosi o Cosi
. Cucina Sole
. Primo Trattoria
. Walilei

Best Thai Restaurant of 2011
. Very Thai 非常泰
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Re: Best of 2011 Winners!

Postby Rockefeller » 03 May 2012, 16:47

No best bakery? Sure hope I'm not the only one who likes pastries around these parts.
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Re: Best of 2011 Winners!

Postby Super Hans » 03 May 2012, 18:56

That's very Taipei-centric.
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Re: Best of 2011 Winners!

Postby jimipresley » 03 May 2012, 19:03

Super Hans wrote:That's very Taipei-centric.

That's kinda inevitable when people from other cities can't be bothered to vote.
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Re: Best of 2011 Winners!

Postby Super Hans » 03 May 2012, 19:10

Ah ah...I see.
I thought there were options which were only limited to Taipei or something.
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Best of 2011 Winners!

Postby headhonchoII » 03 May 2012, 19:48

Cold stone best ice cream? Why put an option in for McDonalds too?
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Re: Best of 2011 Winners!

Postby elektronisk » 04 May 2012, 14:28

Constructive input is always appreciated.

Note each category had the caveat: "If you chose "Other" please be sure to post the name and I will count them manually for the final poll results."

engerim did exactly that for The BBQ House (Hsinchu) and they ended up winning the best steak award.

Maybe you will do the same this year?

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Re: Best of 2011 Winners!

Postby queenkong » 25 Jun 2013, 10:05

Where is the best dim sum?
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