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FUN MAGAZINE, September 2004.
Shao Ke Qin Wei Guan
2, Lane 138, YanJi St.
am-2:30 pm ,5:30 pm-10:30 pm,
cards accepted. 10% service charge.
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name of this store, "Shao Shao Ke," is what
the Chinese Shia Shi people called chefs who brought
their ladles everywhere, so as to be able to cook anyplace.
Many years ago, Shao Shao Ke opened and started serving
Shia Shi cuisine. It became a great hit, and now Qin
Wei Guan (a branch of Shao Shao Ke)--a restaurant serving
the same Shia Shi sourness and spiciness--has opened.
Walk into Qin Wei Guan and you'll be engulfed in the
pure sounds of Shia Shi Ching throat singing. Open the
menu and you'll find authentic Northwestern Chinese dishes
while the owner of the restaurant tells you the origin
of each dish. Aside from the representative Pao Mo (NT$140
to NT$160)dish, a great dish to try is the Zhi Zi Gu
Pai/Spareribs Spice. The ribs (NT$320) go through a four-stage
process--marinating, steaming, frying and baking. Other
fantastic dishes include Jiao Ma Ti Jin/Fried Pig's Leg
Tendon (NT$240), the famous Bi Yi Lian Li/Red Fish in
Nile (NT$650), and Manager Lin's recommendation--Cong
Jiao Yu Pian, which consists of green onion-garnished
fish fillet (NT$240). --By Josie Wu, translated by Teresa