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COMPASS MAGAZINE > November 2008

Guo Da Ye Mongolian Spicy Hot Pot (ShiZheng Branch)

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Guo Da Ye Mongolian Spicy Hot Pot (ShiZheng Branch)

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Guo Da Ye Mongolian Spicy Hot Pot (ShiZheng Branch)

256, GongYi Rd, Sec 2
Reservations (04)2258-2258
Hours: 11:30-2 am (all year round)
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
http://tcgdy.world-d.tw/

Guo Da Ye is a Mongolian-style, all-you-can-eat hot pot restaurant that offers a selection of healthy ingredients (NT$399/dinner, NT$379/lunch). Customers can choose from hundreds of unlimited items like specially-selected U.S. Angus beef, New Zealand lamb, and indigenous pork dishes. A list of hot pot broths include concoctions made with almost 70 ingredients that are brewed for several hours for a perfect taste. Also expect to see lots of seafood and various vegetables on the buffet menu. A chocolate fountain is set up for dessert lovers and Mongolian-style barbecue booths are also very popular with patrons. Unlimited access to the Haagen-Dazs and Meiji ice cream freezers only sweetens this dinner deal. --By Eve, translated by Ann Lee

A. The hot pot broth selection includes a red Mongolian-style soup and a tasty white choice. The chefs say the soup tastes better after a refill.

B. Set out in a spacious, comfortable dining environment, Guo Da Ye allows patrons to enjoy wonderful delicacies in a self-serve, modern ambiance.

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