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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, JUNE 2002. VOL.2 ISSUE 6

ER YA SHU (ANCIENT BOOKS) XIN YI TING--GUANG SHENG FOODS

25, Lane 38, TaiShun Street
Tel: (02) 2363-3414
Hours: 11-2 am (closed 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month)

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The name of this eatery appears to be a garbled mouthful. But, there is a story behind it. Er Ya Shu Xin Yi Ting was a bookstore that had been in business for 15 years, but was forced to close for the complete renovation of the building it was located in. Kuang Sheng Foods is the name of a Shanghai-style restaurant that has been in business for over 30 years. The owner, Mr. Chen, decided to combine these two old names into a brand-new dream. This restaurant mostly serves traditional Shanghainese cuisine. Some of the unique set meals include ribs cooked with spring onions. This is a popular place for Japanese tourists to enjoy Taiwanese tea and taste traditional Taiwanese snacks. These include red bean cake, glutinous rice balls in sweet soup and specially-flavored eggs.--By Wen-ying Yu

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