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COMPASS MAGAZINE > May 2016

Da Dun Huang

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Da Dun Huang

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Da Dun Huang

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Da Dun Huang
Hot Pot & Teppanyaki

(04) 2320-6040
909, Taiwan Blvd, Sec 2, Xitun Dist (near Taiwan Blvd & WenXin Rd intersection)
Hours: 11 am-2 pm, 5-10 pm
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

This elegant hot pot restaurant offers high-end ingredients, including premium seafood like king crab and lobster pulled fresh from a giant aquarium. All of the delicious soup bases--cooked from hen meat, ham, scallops, chicken claws and pork bone--nicely complement meat and vegetables. Other options include a spicy broth made with Japanese seaweed and top-grade dried bonito flakes, plus Ganoderma Ambonese chicken broth, and truffle mushroom broth. There are also seafood and steak combination set meals (from NT$1,980 for 2) that include a homemade appetizer, premium meat slices, seafood, seasonal vegetables and desserts. --By Uvia Chang, translated by Anna Yang

A. Also available is teppanyaki, prepared with a mobile grill that uses infrared rays to quickly seal in original seafood, rib eye steak, and scallop flavors.

B. Hungarian Style of Mangalica Pork (NT$80) is made with rare imported, evenly-marbled, chewy Matsusaka pork.

C. Diners get one of four hot pot soup-base options, including the pictured pork bone boiled with scallop broth, as part of an a la carte or set meal.

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