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COMPASS MAGAZINE > August 2014
 

Kuang Wei Qing

Feasting on 'kung-fu cooking'

By Lin Fu-shan
Translated by Angela Cheng


379, GongYi Rd, West Dist.
(04) 2320-5108
Hours: 11 am-2:30 pm, 5-8:30 pm
Credit cards accepted.
No service charge.

Located in the heart of Taichung's competitive GongYi Road "restaurant war zone", this Chinese dining spot greets customers with a simple, clean decor. "Kuang Wei" means "diverse flavors" while "Qing" comes from the name of owner Qiu Xin-qing (Master A-qing), whose deep culinary expertise was honed at five-star hotels and allows him to both prepare traditional dishes in fresh ways and present new ingredients in traditional ways, breathing new life into Chinese cuisine.

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Right: Fresh and not greasy, the Thai Style Steamed Lemon Fish uses a special lemon sauce to enhance the aroma.

The Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Business Lunch (NT$120) includes Three-Cups Chicken (pictured with chef Lai Hong-ming above), with a strong sesame-oil flavor and tender chicken going well with rice. Diners have a choice of this or other fish and pork entrees, plus rice, a side dish, soup and drink.

A combination meal for five, including nine dishes (pictured) with soup and rice, is only NT$900, underlining the high-quality, five-star, but reasonably-priced, fare found here.

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Left: Japanese-Style Old Skin Tender Meat features shredded steamed eggs, rolled in flour and fried in a wok with a braised sauce, and is crispy outside and tender inside.
Medium: Kuang Wei Dongpo Pork, served with a special sauce, melts in the mouth with a salty, savory freshness.
Right: Mushrooms, Fresh Clams and Gourd has savory mushrooms.

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Left: The very soft, salty Kuang Wei Gold Sands Tofu features eggs, tofu and a salty egg.
Medium: Squid Shrimp Pastry's chewy texture and sweet- and-sour taste comes from fresh squid and shrimp and the dipping sauce.
Right: Thai Style Salsa Taro Shrimp uses Asian tiger prawns and steamed, mashed taro, plus over 10 kinds of sauces, giving it a light taro aroma, sweet-sour taste, and crispy, not greasy, consistency.

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