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COMPASS MAGAZINE > May 2010

Yunlu Hotpot

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Yunlu Hotpot

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Yunlu Hotpot

265, DongXing Rd, Sec 2
(04) 2475-6233
Hours: 11:30 am-2:30 pm,
5:30 pm-12 am
No service charge.
Credit cards not accepted.

If you want to try some heavenly-tasting hotpot, check out this place, where a wide variety of hotpot ingredients and elegant dining space, designed with wood, stone and bamboo elements, will take your hotpot dining experience to another level. At Yunlu Hotpot you can listen to the sounds of running water and admire the graceful bamboo while ordering and enjoying your choice of hotpot ingredients, including chicken, fish skin and beef. Owner Wang suggests that diners first try a small bowl of the healthy broth--made with vegetables from the mountains of Nantou and various natural herbs--before adding any additional ingredients to experience the original flavors. All hotpots come with cuttlefish meatballs, fish meatballs, fresh shrimp and seasonal vegetables. Add your favorite ingredients to the steaming pot and enjoy a delightful combination of food from the mountains and sea. --By Marshall, translated by Naomi Lai

A. The simple Japanese-style entrance is an expression of elegance and style.

B. The 10-plus mini-hotpot selections start from NT$198.

Yunlu HotpotC. Various tasty ingredients available include New Zealand Raw Oysters (NT$60/piece) and Handmade Shrimp Dumplings (NT$49).

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