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So I'm heading up to Taipei this Sunday.
It's been around 8/9 months since I had a roast dinner and I'd love one. Is there anywhere in Taipei that serves one? doesn't have to be the best in the world just some meat, potatoes, veg and gravy?
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Willy's in Tainan! Pretty damn good roast for Taiwan.
Then again, it's made by a Welsh bloke and an English bloke.
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