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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, June, 2005.

Yummy

 

(03) 535-8315
70, Lane 170, ZhongHua Rd., Sec 2, Hsinchu City
Hours:10 am-2 pm, 5-10 pm
Credit Cards Accepted.
No smoking. Several parking spaces around.

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By Kristy Liu Translated by Cara Steenstra

Situated behind the Hsinchu Ambassador Hotel, Yummy is a classy-looking Chinese restaurant. The simple yet comfortable interior decor exudes a relaxing dining atmosphere. There are all kinds of Chinese dishes available here, from the often-seen Chicken Meatballs on a Hotplate, Beefsteak on a Hotplate, and frog leg dishes to various other kinds of beef dishes. They also have seafood stir fries and other fish dishes, and offer a Southeast Asian dessert special, "Mo Mo Ja Ja", which is only available during the summer months.

The owner recommends a dish popular among regular customers, their very own marinated Miso Spare Ribs, which is very delicious indeed. The Mola Mola Fish is also a favorite here and is not easily available elsewhere. The Mola Mola Fish with XO sauce is very fresh; combined with green vegetables and its special sauce, it goes down well with a bowl of rice. They also offer "cabbage rice", which is rice cooked with cabbage and other ingredients; its special flavor is unique to Yummy. Although most of the cuisine here comes in big servings, the friendly owner is always happy to make smaller portions to cater for customers who come here in smaller groups but would still like to try a good variety of dishes. After your main course, soup and seasonal fruit, try one of the owner's aunt's homemade pickled plums, which are well-liked, too!

Since the owner himself is an educator, a lot of his customers are from this line of work, too. The restaurant is often packed, so reservations are recommended. If you are a guest at the Ambassador Hotel, you can make a reservation through the hotel, and the hotel staff will even show you the way there.


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