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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, May 2004

Gold Sand Tower (Ging Sha Ta) - Yunnan and Thai Food

4, Alley 40, Lane 216, ZhongXiao E. Rd., Sec. 4
(02) 8771-5199
Hours: 11:30 am-2 pm; 5 pm-9:30 pm
Credit cards not accepted

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  It's not every day that one discovers a Yunnan/Thai restaurant on the streets of Taipei. The owners of this restaurant are best friends; both have Yunnan ancestry, and they enjoy cooking great Thai food. As a result, their dishes are technically Thai, but with a southwestern Yunnan influence. One of the owners of this restaurant, Yin Kim, emphasizes that the freshness of their ingredients is their secret to making perfect dishes. The Steamed Lemon Fish (NT$199), for example, is extremely fresh and juicy. Other popular dishes include Moon Prawn Cakes (NT$149), Coconut Chicken Curry (NT$129), and Pepper Spicy Chicken (NT$129). The interior design of the restaurant is simple, and therefore does not easily attract fashion-conscious young people. However, if you are looking for exceptional Thai food that is reasonably priced, Gold Sand Tower will not disappoint you. --By Wendy Su

 

 

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