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COMPASS MAGAZINE > January 2017

 

Pocha

28, ChaoFu Rd, Xitun Dist (next to Chaoma Ubus terminal); (04) 2254-8669
Hours: 11:30 am-3 pm, 5:30 pm-12 am

In Korea, "pocha" refers to an eatery and hang-out offering stir-fried dishes or street food. With a modern-looking interior, this place also features relaxing background music and 200 menu options. Beside stir-fried dishes and hot pot entrees, there are four all-you-can-eat side dishes for diners. Especially recommended is the succulent Nostalgic Fried Chicken (NT$380), featuring deep-fried marinated chicken, and Squid Cheese Hotpot (NT$640), including crispy fried squid mixed with rich cheese and spicy sauce. The many-layered flavors of Stir-Fried Pork with Kimchi (NT$320), made with Korean kimchi stir-fried with pork belly, are best enjoyed in one mouthful of kimchi, pork and tofu. Other specialties include Army Troop Hotpot (NT$480) and Korean wine (NT$250), a female favorite with sour and fruity flavors. --By Ann Li, translated by Anna Yang

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