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COMPASS MAGAZINE > April 2008

Di Bao

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Di Bao

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Di Bao

173-1, YiZhong St
(04) 2227-9460
Hours:10 am-10 pm
Open year-round.
Credit cards not accepted.
Minimum charge NT$59/person.

After traveling to Hong Kong and studying the techniques of chefs on the famous Temple Street--Miao Jie, the chefs at Di Bao are well-versed in authenticity. They have about thirty dishes for NT$99 each, including fried rice, Cantonese-style fried noodles, rice noodles, and clay pot dishes. Spend NT$59 or more, and you'll get to enjoy their cold beverages served bottomless. There is also outdoor seating available for smokers. --By Uvia Chang, translated by Ann Lee

A. The Cantonese-style Fried Noodles (NT$129) are fried on high heat, drained, and then mixed with a few seafood ingredients. This dish is non-greasy, so you won't have to feel guilty while eating it.

B. The Stir-Fried Potato & Beef (NT$99) is made with celery, minced beef, squash, and carrots. The Chicken Clay Pot (NT$99) is another popular dish; it comes with pork liver and chicken, as well as a bit of Shao-Xin liquor to taste. The Leeks and Shrimp with Fruit (NT$99) is an appetizing dish; its slightly sweet and sour taste is perfect for the summer.

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