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【Check in Shenzhen cuisine】 Taier pickled cabbage fish: pickled cabbage is better than fish

  • Food Travels
  • Lisa
  • Sep 10,2020
  • 12

The waiter’s slogan and shop slogan conveyed the exclusive character of Taier pickled cabbage fish, such as "Only make the second most delicious pickled fish in the universe", "sauerkraut is more delicious than fish", "Eating fish saves the universe", "Sauerkraut that is more delicious than fish is here" and other playful sentences, is Taier's sauerkraut really better than fish? The brand originated from Guangzhou’s "Tai Er Lao Jang Zi Pickled Cabbage Fish". It specializes in pickled cabbage fish. It uses a younger marketing strategy to become an Internet celebrity restaurant. With the addition of restrictions, no takeout, and no reception for more than four people, many consumers still want The taste of waiting in line.


Sauerkraut fish originated in Chongqing and belongs to Sichuan cuisine. This Sichuan-style home-cooked dish is very popular everywhere. For example, there are many sauerkraut fish restaurants in Guangzhou and Shenzhen. There are many brands. Most restaurants will have this dish. After all, everyone has it. Do you like pickled fish? The slightly sour and peppery soup base, paired with fresh and slippery fish fillets, really makes people bite after bite and addictive.

Taier Sauerkraut Fish Restaurant is mainly opened in shopping malls and has a large number of branches. If you look at the exquisite decoration of the restaurant, it takes a simple and simple route. It features black and white main colors, print-style illustrations, and a lot of rules. It is sold in limited quantities every day. , Every meal period is about two or three times when the table is sold out, and a sign will be placed in front of the store. Despite the humiliation, the business is still very good.

Take the on-site waiting seat, and take the seat directly when there is an empty table; if not, give a number plate, you can scan the code on WeChat to inquire, and the number must be drawn again.

Tai Er does not have a paper menu. You can see a QR code from the corner of the table when you are seated. Scan the code and order food; the rice is another verbal order. Since the dishes introduced are relatively simple, the pickled cabbage fish is prepared very quickly, coming in about ten minutes.

Free tea is provided for internal use, with Roselle and dried tangerine peels. Guests can brew them according to their personal taste, which tastes good and can relieve greasiness. There are paper towels and toothpicks in the drawers on the table, which can be used freely at no extra charge.

The big plate of the basin contained freshly cooked sauerkraut fish dishes. It was filled with all kinds of peppers and chrysanthemum petals. It was visually exaggerated. When the dishes were served, the waiter shouted: "The delicious fish is here."

The soup base first showed the sour aroma of sauerkraut, with distinct spice layers, slightly sour and slightly numb, a little bit of spiciness aroused appetite, the whole is not too greasy, the sea bass is tender, not fishy, ​​and thornless; the sauerkraut is crisp, not deadly salty, The whole dish is quite shabu-shabu, no wonder it is the most popular pickled fish, delicious. I have tasted Lu Ding Ji, Yu Yu Yu and other pickled cabbage fish restaurants before. Lu Ding Ji has a good aroma, but it is relatively spicy and oily; Yu Yu Yu has a balanced taste with mild sourness and spicyness, and each brand has some tastes. The difference. As for Tai Er's claim that "sauerkraut is better than fish," in fact, fish is still more delicious.

What do you want to eat when you come to Shenzhen? Hi tea, fish hunting, wooden barbecue, and Taier pickled fish~

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In addition to drinking hey tea and Nai Xue tea, eating fish is also a favorite of Hong Kong people. Not only "Searching for Fish", "Tai Er Pickled Fish" is also the most popular restaurant in mainland China that specializes in fish dishes. Known as the second most delicious food in the universe, Taier Sauerkraut Fish, which specializes in pickled cabbage fish, has as many as 17 branches in Shenzhen. Most of the stores are located near the subway and are conveniently located. In this article, the editor has sorted out all the lazy bags of Taier pickled cabbage fish branches along the subway. It will be much more convenient next time Shenzhen foraging for food.


There are Taier branches near the circled subway stations. The black circle indicates that the branch is very close to the exit of the subway station, while the red circle indicates that the branch is located some distance from the exit of the subway station. It takes 15-20 minutes to walk.

Line 1 (Luobao Line)

Grand Theatre Station Exit B Luohu KKMALL Store

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Exhibition Center Station C Exit Wongtee Plaza Store

Business hours: 10:45-21:00 regardless of holidays

Guomao Station Exit A Jinguanghua Plaza Store

Business hours: 10:30-21:00 regardless of holidays

Baishizhou Station Exit D Garden City Store

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Line 2 (Shekou Line)

Haiyue Station Exit B Baoneng Taikoo Shing Store

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Qiaoxiang Station Exit A Shenzhen International Investment Plaza Store

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Hongshuwan Station Nanshan Jingji Baina Store (about 15 minutes' walk)

Business hours: 11:00-21:00 regardless of holidays

Line 3 (Longgang Line)

Shixia Station Exit A Macheng Times Square Store

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Line 4 (Longhua Line)

Longhua Station Exit A Yifangtiandi Store

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Line 5 (Ring Central Line)

Baigelong Station Exit B, Vientiane Store, Phuket

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Turn over Station Haiya Binfencheng Store (about 15 minutes' walk)

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Wuhe Station No. 8 Warehouse Store (about 20 minutes' walk)

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Line 9 (Meilin Line)

Xiasha Station Exit B KKone Store

Business hours: 11:00-21:00 regardless of holidays

Shangmeilin Station Exit D, Merlin Zhuoyuehui Store

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Stores not along the subway

Galaxy Yabao Store

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00

Shajing Jingji Baina Store

Business hours: 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 regardless of holiday

Yihai City Store

Business hours: Monday to Friday 11:00—14:00 17:00—21:00 Holidays 11:00—21:00