So this lazy rainy afternoon I decided to put an extra effort in looking for its name on the web and viola! I found it! This type of bread is called Scallion Pancakes 蔥油餅 scallions are the green part of onions otherwise known as spring onions.
The onions are kneaded together with the dough -yep not a batter but a dough - rolled and folded many times to achieve the layered effect of the pancake.
I think those written on the sign is how much it costs since I paid NT$ 25 that must be the price for 1/4 of the pancake.
The scallion pancake 蔥油餅 isn't really tasty, its bland and doesn't have a strong taste of the scallion which is quite disappointing. But the upside for this food is that you can eat it all day long as it makes you feel full quite fast. I even ate it in the plane as my dinner.
Over all the Scallion Pancake 蔥油餅 was okay not something that I would eat again but something that you should try when in Taiwan. Come to think about it maybe I'll eat it if ever I am in Taiwan and I am on the go.