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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, MARCH 2002. VOL.2 ISSUE 3

MONG-KOK DIM SUM EXPRESS

2F, 152, ZhongHua (ChungHua) Rd., section 1 (Near the no. 6 exit of Hsimen MRT station)
Tel: (02) 2375-4152
Hours: 24 hours

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Not only sushi is served on a circular conveyor built. Billed as Taiwan¡¦s first circular conveyor belt dim-sum restaurant, Mong-kok Dim Sum Express has opened in Hsimenting. The proprietor has overcome the difficulty of keeping food warm on the conveyor belt by developing steaming and other warming techniques. This restaurant serves a large selection of dim sum dishes 24 hours. Mong-Kok Dim Sum Express has invited a famous Hong Kong chef who once worked in five-star hotels to oversee the food preparation. Good choices include the bamboo and shrimp dumplings and salmon dumplings (NT$80 per order). The house specialty is the honeycomb-fried taro (NT$50 per order). The outer skin is crispy with a soft filling. The taste is both sweet and salty. In addition to over 50 kinds of dim sum, this restaurant serves stir-fried dishes, soups, desserts, rice, noodles, and congee (NT$80 to NT$320). --By Josephine Lin

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