This place I last time visited quite frequently during my internship last year. (For the address and contact, you can see from the image above). Omg, how time flew crazily without mercy! Oredy 1 year! I feel so old! Anyhow, let's talk a bit about this traditional delicacy!
1st - It is a often by being referred as Hakka (客家）food; But, from where I come from, I was told that it is originated from Hopo (河婆). Anyway, they have similar culture with almost similar accent.
2nd - It is a mixed of various vegetables with minimal rice along with a very nice "green soup" (Some people would feel weird about this soup). Of course, it is not entirely meat-free because some dried shrimps are used in this dish in a traditional way! But, it is again up to you what you want to put in~
Usually, eating this delicacy, I would order another yong tau fu to accompany the luicha~~Hahaha, yup, the owner is an old lady who is always busy taking care of her grandson(^^)~~