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COMPASS MAGAZINE > October 2008

Lao Guang Chinese Food

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Lao Guang Chinese Food

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Lao Guang Chinese Food


141, JingCheng Rd
(04) 2220-3727 / 2327-1199
Call for franchise information: 0932-514-361
Hours: 11 am-2 pm, 5-10 pm
Credit cards not accepted.
No service charge.

The owner of Lao Guang Chinese Food started his business by selling Chinese congee dishes at the Zhonghua Night Market. After 20 years of great business there, he decided to open up his own restaurant. Lao Guang Chinese Food has a comfortable, clean environment, a fine water-filtration system, and anti-bacterial cabinets and surfaces. Fresh, all-natural ingredients and affordable prices are other selling points here. The selection of dishes at the restaurant includes northern Chinese/Shanghai delicacies, including appetizers, noodles, soup and Cantonese-style congee. Soon, Lao Guang will also start catering events and become more suitable for larger parties. --By Eve Chen, translated by Ann Lee

A. Cai Shen Soup Dumplings (NT$80), Mung Bean Pot Cakes (NT$90), and Braised Beef Brisket with Noodles and Soup (NT$120) are some of the popular dishes at Lao Guang. The Noodles with XO Sauce (NT$80) comes with eggs, carrot and cucumber slices, and strips of pork. The Beef Roll (NT$90), Stuffed Beef Bun (NT$40/each) and Stuffed Pork Buns (NT$30/each) are other good choices.

B. Fried Crispy Shrimp Balls (NT$120), Braised Fish Jaw (NT$120), Green Onion Chicken (NT$150) and Chinese Eel with Chives (NT$180) are all worth trying as well.

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