HOME > NORTH
TAIWAN > TAIPEI > DINING >
FUN MAGAZINE, May 2004.
30, Lane 44, TaiShun St.
am-2:30 pm, 5-10 pm;
Weekends11:30 am-3 pm, 5-10
YOUR RATING & REVIEW | VIEW
VISITOR RATINGS & REVIEWS
reddish-orange/tangerine color figures prominently in
the decor of this restaurant, making it different from
other Korean restaurants. In wanting to give a more comfortable
and contemporary feeling, the owner, Mr. Peng, plays
background music of jazz and pop. One specialty dish
is the Rice in Stone Pot with Assorted Ingredients (NT$120).
It comes in eight different flavors--one of which is
a scallops and shrimp flavor with abalone added for a
unique taste. The rice base makes up most of the stone
bowl onto which the customers' selection is added. The
Half-Chicken and Ginseng uses a young chicken which is
prepared with Chinese herbs and then cooked for over
four hours, leaving the chicken with a strong aroma and
soft texture. The spicy hot pot has a taste that is sure
to please any hotpot lover. The individual hotpots cost
NT$120. --By Huang Baoyi, translated by John Johnson