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COMPASS MAGAZINE > May 2014

Tai Fei Tang Thai Restaurant

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Tai Fei Tang Thai Restaurant

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Tai Fei Tang Thai Restaurant

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Tai Fei Tang Thai Restaurant

(04) 2326-5998
112, HuaMei W St, Sec 1, West Dist.
Hours: 11 am-2 pm (last order 1:30 pm), 5-10 pm (last order 8:30 pm)
Credit cards accepted.
10& service charege.

This Canal District restaurant offers reasonably-priced Thai cuisine with Burmese and Taiwanese accents, with favorites like Coconut Curry Beef or Chicken (NT$178), Thai Red Curry Chicken (NT$178), Thai Yellow Curry Grass Shrimp (NT$188), and sour-spicy Thai Tom Yum Soup (NT$210) plus drinks from Thai Milk Tea (NT$50/cup, NT$180/pitcher) to bottled beers. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Angela Cheng

A. The Basil Crispy Onion Sea Bass (pictured, front) and Red Sauce Crispy Onion Sea Bass (both NT$258) are unique items not often found elsewhere. The latter, topped with lots of fresh onions, features a traditional Thai sour-spicy flavor, while the former is covered with a finely-diced mix of green peppers and parsley for a very tangy, lemony flavor.

B. The Combination Dish (NT$258) features Moon Shrimp Cakes, Deep-Fried Sweet-and-Sour Chicken Wings and Thai Spring Rolls, which can be ordered individually. The sliced Tender Roasted Pork Cheek (NT$198) has a pleasantly chewy texture.

C. Deep colors and gold accents give this cozy eatery an upscale vibe.

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