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COMPASS MAGAZINE > April 2012

Pintang Oden and Hotpot

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Pintang Oden and Hotpot

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Pintang Oden and Hotpot

(04) 2328-2069
374, HuaMei W St, West District
Hours: 11:30 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-11:30 pm
Chinese only.
Credit cards not accepted.
No service charge.

Offering a combination of hotpot and oden treats, Pintang features a wide variety of reasonably-priced oden items (NT$10-50) that are cooked in both spicy and plain soup stocks (NT$30 per person). --By Niang Chen, translated by Angel Pu

A. Pintang's most popular oden items include Sailfish and Deep Fried Egg (NT$20), Tofu Stuffed with Meat (NT$25), Fried Tofu (NT$25), Chikuwa (a product made of fish paste) Stuffed with Meat (NT$20), Burdock Tempura (NT$25), and Fried Shrimp (NT$25). All go well with the restaurant's specially-made peanut dipping sauce.

B. Diners can put their selected oden items into the tasty, refreshing stock, which cooks with seaweed, fish, vegetables and chickens.

Pintang Oden and HotpotC. Pintang's black-and-white color combination and spiral stairs create a attractive, elegant and trendy-feeling ambiance.


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