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COMPASS MAGAZINE > February 2014

Top One Pot

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Top One Pot

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Top One Pot

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Top One Pot

(04) 3609-0088
36, ChaoFu Rd, Xitun Dist.
Hours: 11:30 am-5 am
Pickle with Pork/Spicy broth-NT$98/ each person +
Phoenix Reunion Pot-NT$398/ each pot (NT$680 originally)
www.toponepot.com
10% service charge.
Credit cards accepted.

Opposite Maple Valley Park, this place represents a foray into the restaurant industry for 85oC Bakery Cafe. Great effort is made to present three kinds of imperial "secret-recipe" broths enjoyed by Qing dynasty royal families--Pickles With Pork; Spicy; and Phoenix Reunion flavors. The Phoenix Reunion Pot is prepared with premium pork bones and old hens, simmered for 18 hours to release the gelatin. Recommended ingredients are peppered marinated chicken from Taitung's Luye, pork belly and cabbage. Many other hot pot ingredients are also available, plus stewed side dishes, and seasonings and rice are free of charge. --By Uvia Chang, translated by Sho Huang

A. The theme here is "Happiness Branding" and stamps designed with this concept can be seen everywhere.

B. Fairy Beef is tender imported US boneless veal.

C. The split Spicy and Phoenix Reunion Pot's broth is made with plenty of fresh chilies and over 20 herbs. Pictured are Assorted Dumplings (NT$158), Mince of Cuttlefish (NT$228) and Luye chicken meat.

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