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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August 2003. VOL.3 ISSUE 8

Fu-Lin-Men Thai Cuisine

1F/B1, 59, DunHua S. Rd., Sec. 2
(02) 2707-3777
Hours: 11:30 am-10:30 pm / Tea Time 3 pm-5 pm
Credit cards accepted; 10% service charge

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      The Cantonese seafood and dim sum restaurant, Fu-Lin-Men, has opened a Thai restaurant on DunHua S. Road. The head chef, Prat Cha Ya Huang, who was born in northern Thailand, leads the team to bring forth the true flavors of his homeland. Aside from the chic, cozy sofa area on the first floor, the place reflects post-modern European design using traditional Thai objects, a pond, walls infused with natural colored glass, and Thai-style curtain partitions to create an Eastern/Venetian ambiance. Northern Thai foods use lemongrass, curries, chili peppers, coconut milk, fish sauce, shrimp paste, and natural herbs to enhance the flavors of the food. Combined with the chef's techniques of cutting, chopping, grinding, and mixing, the dishes are presented with a unique taste and appearance. Popular dishes include Chiang Mai Grilled Shrimp (NT$380), Thai Style Scallop Salad (NT$520), Mock Marzipan Sweet Loop Choob (NT$120), Thai Style Steamed Fresh Crab (NT$650), and Roasted Beef Thai Style (NT$360). --By Josie Wu

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