Bay Area Eats | Liang's Village in Cupertino


A couple of weeks ago I was invited to try some dishes from Liang’s Village in Cupertino on behalf of Best Food Bay Area. One of my goals for 2019 is to spend more time on food photography; and you guys know I love to eat, so I pretty much couldn’t say no when they told me I basically just had to show up, take photos, and then dig in. (They did mention that I could bring a plus one but like a true amateur, I showed up with my one year old.) There was way too much food for just me and Sophie, so they were kind enough to pack it up and Rob, my brother-in-law, and I had a really great dinner at home later on that night.

Liang's Village in Cupertino | Freckled Italian

A quick list of what they served me:

  • Beef Noodle Soup (so good—Sophie loved the noodles)

  • Spicy Pork Wontons (my favorite)

  • Mixed Seaweed

  • Scallion Pancake Beef Wrap (10/10 would get again)

  • Shredded Tofu

  • Tomato Pork Rice

  • Nori Nori Matcha

  • Potted Matcha (pictured below)

Liang's Village in Cupertino | Freckled Italian

Honestly, everything was so good! I’ve never had Taiwanese food before and it was really delicious. They also have a bunch of really interesting drinks—I’m not a huge matcha fan but I really enjoyed the potted matcha, which was topped with crushed Oreos and a sprig of mint.

Liang's Village Cupertino | Freckled Italian
Liang's Village in Cupertino | Freckled Italian

Here’s to more food and even more photography in 2019!

Liang's Village in Cupertino | Freckled Italian