Classic Taiwanese flavors from Cupertino
Liang's Village is a third-generation family restaurant that serves Taiwanese Juanchuan (military village) food. The story begins with Papa Liang, a Taiwanese Air Force Pilot, and Mama Liang, who relocated to the same Air Force village. Juanchuan is a melting pot, where military families from different regions of China come together. Mama Liang learned authentic flavors and recipes from these diverse regions, which eventually became the food they serve today.
In 1981, Mama Liang opened her first restaurant in California, introducing these unique flavors to the US. Before retiring in 1995, Mama Liang taught her children and grandchildren everything she had learned to keep their cuisine's legacy alive. The family aims to create a restaurant culture where everyone treats each other as family. They take pride in offering a one-of-a-kind menu that honors their beloved grandparents and the spirit of Taiwanese Juanchuan food.
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