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COMPASS MAGAZINE > August 2013

Kenny's Kitchen

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Kenny's Kitchen

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Kenny's Kitchen

1, LiaoYang 1st St, Beitun Dist. (intersection of
WenXin & ShanXi rds.); (04) 2292-2757
Hours: 11:30 am-2 pm, 5-8:30 pm
English menu available.
Cash only.
No service charge.

Kenny's Kitchen offers both family-style American and Western gourmet dining, with creative, hearty and reasonably-priced fare ranging from high-end desserts to light meals like pasta, sub sandwiches and burgers (NT$130-150), plus rice entrees such as Tomato Brisket Rice, Cordon Bleu Cheese Pork Chop Rice, and Crispy Bream Rice (NT$140-170). These all come with soup and black tea. Add NT$88 to upgrade any entree to a set meal with soup, salad, dessert and drink. --By Niang Chen, translated by Erica Lin

A. Baked Parmesan Chicken (NT$150) is an American-style deep-fried chicken breast coated with panko (Japanese-style breadcrumbs) and Parmesan cheese, then drizzled with cheddar sauce.

B. The Tiramisu (NT$60) is a favorite here, pictured with Apple Pie a la mode with Caramel Sauce & Ice Cream (NT$60), containing tangy apple slices and topped with caramel sauce and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Kenny's KitchenC. Chicken Enchilada Roll (NT$140) is filled with a mix of sour cream, onions and chicken, and drizzled with a red sauce.

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