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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August, 2005.

THE FRYING SCOTSMAN

393, XinYi Road, Sec. 4
http://fryingscotsman.com/

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--By Joe Duffer, translated by Crystal Kuo

Fast food British-style? Well, an authentic British-style 'Fish & Chip's shop is promised by Scotsman Duncan Inglis with his new restaurant aptly named The Frying Scotsman, grand opening in mid-August. There are 10 chip shops for every McDonalds in the UK, as it's a traditional, healthier, cheaper and more tasty choice, says Inglis. And, with fresh cod, haddock, plaice, flake, barumundi, and shark from the UK and Australia, Taiwan will be taking a step towards the same trend. Hyperbole, no doubt, but The Frying Scotsman is a much welcomed addition to the city's restaurant guides. Haggis and Black Pudding (pending import approval)-a selection of burgers, chicken, mushy peas, gravy, and traditional pies-round out the menu. Tenants Lager and Ale are served to quench your thirst. Fish and chips doused with malt vinegar are great, but the sweet tooth is not forgotten. The Frying Scotsman will introduce Taipei to the Deep Fried Mars Bar, a rich chocolate and toffee bar coated in batter and deep fried-a Scottish delicacy that one should not miss. Pricing not available at press time, but check the website for details.

 

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