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COMPASS MAGAZINE > February 2008

Da Zhuang Yuan Cantonese-Style Seafood Restaurant

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Da Zhuang Yuan Cantonese-Style Seafood Restaurant

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Da Zhuang Yuan Cantonese-Style Seafood Restaurant

15, XiangShang Rd, Sec 1
(close to MinQuan Rd)
(04) 2301-5758
Hours: 11 am-2:30pm, 5-9 pm
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.
Free parking.

Lee Ruei-yi has 30 years of culinary experience and the skill of any five-star restaurant chef. He shares his talent at Da Zhuang Yuan Restaurant for NT$399, all you can eat. At this restaurant, only the freshest ingredients are used to make each dish, so you can be sure that the texture and flavor of our food will not be disappointing. --By Niang Chen, translated by Ann Lee

A. The all-you-can-eat menu (NT$399) boasts about 40 items. Some include: Royal Pork Intestines, Braised Crab & Tofu in Clay Pot, Minced Shrimp with Lettuce, Fried Beef with Leeks, Fresh Shrimp, and many well-known, traditional Cantonese snacks. Along with this selection every patron also receives a free bowl of Braised Shark's Fin with Shredded Chicken Soup.

B. For a la carte dishes, Chef Lee recommends their Signature Sichuan-style Beef Strips (NT$280), which are made with juicy U.S. beef and spices like baidoukou (白豆蔻), Chinese red pepper, cinnamon, and dried chili peppers. Another dish, Braised Shark's Fin with Chicken in Casserole (NT$1,800, serves 12) is cooked on low heat for six hours, making it tender and tasty.

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