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COMPASS MAGAZINE > April 2008

Mong Kok

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Mong Kok

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Mong Kok

464, WenXin Rd, Sec 4
Closed 停業

The chefs at Mong Kok, who hail from Hong Kong, have been in the industry for more than 20 years and are dedicated to bringing the most authentic flavors of home to food lovers in Taiwan. Some of the common Cantonese-style dishes here include: Vegetable Egg Roll, Shrimp Dumplings, Pork Dumplings, and Barbecued Buns, all starting at NT$50. One creative choice is Three of a Kind (煎釀三寶NT$260), which is made with green peppers, mushrooms and eggplant, and then wrapped with diced shrimp. You can also try the Chicken Leg and Pork Ribs with Rice (NT$160). Throughout their grand opening period, spend NT$500 and you'll receive a NT$100 coupon, or spend NT$1,000 for NT$200 coupon which can be used during your next visit. --By Niang Chen, translated by Ann Lee

A. The Crispy Chicken (NT$350), is half of an indigenous chicken that's been marinated and fried; the crispy texture goes well with a dip in the black pepper that comes with the dish!

B. Braised Oyster with Onions and Ginger (NT$280) is a big, juicy oyster dressed up with onions and ginger.

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