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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, December 2003.

Patio Thai Contemporary


45, ZhongXiao E. Rd., Sec. 4, 11F (Inside ZhongXiao SOGO)
(02) 2721-5998
Hours:11:30 am-10:30 pm
Credit cards accepted; 10% service charge

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     As you enter Patio Thai Contemporary, you step into the atmosphere of an elegant Phuket hotel, and can smell the fragrance of imported Thai spices such as lime leaves, lemongrass, citronella, peppers, curry and mint. The Thai chef only chooses natural ingredients. Using natural herbs instead of artificial flavorings, he creates course after course of healthy, low-fat, low-calorie dishes. There are three types of distinctly spicy and fragrant homemade curry--red, green and yellow--that go with each dish. When enjoying the Crab Stir-Fried In Curry Powder Sauce (NT$450), the fragrance overwhelms the senses. The flavor-filled Oven Baked Chill Clams Accompanied With Shrimp Crackers (NT$260), the fresh and spicy Grilled Beef Sirloin With Zesty North-Eastern Dip (NT$280), and the Prawn Tom Yum Soup (NT$280/NT$100) all stimulate the appetite. There is also Thai Iced Tea (NT$80), Lemongrass Tea (NT$100), or fresh-squeezed South Pacific-style fruit juices, whose flavors are refreshing, and whose colors are reminiscent of Phuket's brilliant sunlight. Everything gives you the feeling of being on a passionate Thai island savoring the ocean atmosphere while enjoying fine cuisine. -- By Josie Wu, translated by Clint Munkholm

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