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There are many enjoyable traditional Taiwanese dishes at Andy's, located not far from the intriguingly named Wiggles gentlemen's club. If you're not Taiwanese or Chinese, you'll most likely be given the English menu, which buries the good stuff under copious amounts of sweet-and-sour chicken. Ask for the Taiwanese menu, which is mostly in English and features an encyclopedic list of Taiwanese and Sichuan dishes. A good place to start is the oyster pancake--a plate-sized, jiggly disk made of egg, water spinach, oysters, and translucent sweet potato starch, all doused in a sweet chile sauce. The bivalves are ubiquitous at Andy's. An order of fried baby oysters nets you about a dozen small, but juicy, specimens. A traditional Taiwanese oyster soup arrives in a big bowl filled with thick, beige broth and a generous twirl of noodles, harboring oysters and chewy bits of pork intestine.