笔者在列治文Aberdeen Centre 吃过“洪师傅台湾牛肉面”，其实就是"川味红烧牛肉面", 把兰州拉面配上成都红汤牛肉。热腾腾、香喷喷的腱子牛肉，饱满多汁、入口即化，配搭柔韧适度的面条与鲜美的红油汤头，大快朵颐，过瘾得很。
该店在granville街的繁华地带， 车水马龙，川流不息，面馆洁净清爽。可能是店铺地租贵，店主只收现金，好在左边是蒙特利尔银行，右边是加拿大帝国银行，食客取现金也方便。店主是个有心人，旁边有公共图书馆，便利点（Thrift Store）和蔬菜杂货店，逛完街，一碗热气腾腾的牛肉面端上来，绝对是超级享受。
The Taiwan beef noodles in Vancouver
Danny Li, 2013-03-09
Taiwan has only 36,000 square kilometres of land including the mountain with an elevation of 2,000 metres, the same acreage of Vancouver island, but there is a scale of ~2,500,000 population that is almost the same as the whole Canada population. There should not be land for large cattle-feeding industry, which needs much more land than pig - breeding. A Taiwan friend told me that the most of yellow cattle meat were imported from North America and Australia. No wonder that it's cheap in Taiwan.
In fact, it is surprised that the beef noodles become one of the symbols of Taiwan snack refreshments. And it tastes the same as the United States California beef noodles.
I have tried the "Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle" in Aberdeen Centre of Richmond. Essentially it is the combination of Lanzhou Hand-Pulled Beef Noodle and red beef soup, the real SZECHWAN beef noodle. The steaming hot, delicious savoury special flavoured beef shank, replete and melt in the mouth, was brilliantly prepared and worth the trying.
I went to the "Wang's Taiwan Beef Noodle House" at the Granville street of Vancouver two days ago, it's a economic and luxury restaurant, the noodles tasted the same as the ones in the Crystal Mall in Burnaby. The beef tasted a little salty, the spicy beef might be better.
The restaurant lied on the busy part of Granville street, cash only, since it was between the Bank of Montreal and CIBC, the customers were very convenient to withdraw cash. there was a library, a salvation army thrift store, a grocery store. It was worth a visit once in a while.