If there was any doubt that Irvine has more Taiwanese eateries than any other OC city, here's one more drop in the bowl...of niu rou mian, that is.
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Yes, the weirdly named M Cow Restaurant serves the beef noodle soup that is more popular than pho here in the Land of Bren.
The new restaurant replaces, from what I can tell, Diho Bakery at 14120 Culver Drive, Ste J., which was itself Taiwanese.
M Cow offers obligatory Taiwanese favorites such as milk tea and pork chop rice, but also zongzi (described as a "Taiwanese tamale") and ba wan (Taiwanese meatball wrapped in a "crystal skin").