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Lunch box restaurants are all over the place here in Taiwan. Judging from my short time in Hong Kong, they are common there too. They are pretty much all the same, in the front window hang ducks, chickens, pork and sometimes sausages. Always visible is the guy with the huge cleaver working over a wooden chopping black, who can reduce your meal into bite sized chunks in seconds. The meals may not be the healthiest things you can eat (too much fat and salt), but they are truly delicious. Anyone visiting an area in Asia which has such restaurants really has to have an inexpensive meal at such an establishment.

I believe this was taken on what Luko called Temple Street, shooting from the street into the restaurant. Unusually, the guy inside the restaurant, upone noticing me, actually seemed to enjoy taking a moment from his work to ham it up for the camera.

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