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COMPASS MAGAZINE > November 2008

Da Hai Honey Barbecue Pork Noodles

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Da Hai Honey Barbecue Pork Noodles

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Da Hai Honey Barbecue Pork Noodles

448, ZhongMei St
0955-278-875
Hours: 11 am-2 pm, 5:30-10 pm
Credit cards not accepted.
No service charge.

Mr. Tanaka, owner of the Da Hai pork noodle shop, has sold Japanese ramen noodles for five years. His chain recently opened up a new branch next to Sogo Department Store on Zhongmei Street. This simple and clean noodle eatery smells like authentic Fukuoka pork noodles and white soup. Here, customers can choose what type of noodles they want and how rich they want their soup broth to be. The signature Barbecue Pork Ramen is made with medium-hard noodles, thick slices of honey-barbecued pork, white sesame seeds, Jew's Ear fungus, bean sprouts, and green onions. The generous portions will leave you feeling satisfied in no time. Apart from ramen dishes, there are also many snack-sized appetizers on offer. Try their homemade Japanese-style Pickled Vegetables (NT$30) and a plate of refreshingly creamy He-Feng Style Butter Cheese (NT$40); the latter is a dish that almost every customer orders. --By Frida, translated by Ann Lee

A. Tanaka's specialty Barbecue Pork Ramen (NT$170), made with Japanese soy sauce, is an authentic, must-try dish.

B. If you like it spicy, try the Ramen from Hell (NT$140). Made with a 10-spice hot sauce, it will leave even the fough spicy lovers with tears in their eyes. Other favorites include Garlic Ramen and Cheese Ramen.

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