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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, October, 2005.

Stone Age Folk Song Restaurant

(03) 523-7098
20, XinYi Street, 2-3F, Hsinchu City
Hours: 11 am-3 am
Credit cards accepted. Parking available nearby.
NT$100/person minimum charge. Add 10% service charge.

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--By Kristy Liu, translated by Cara Steenstra

Situated in an alley opposite the XinYi Parking Lot near the Hsinchu Railway Station is a place that, from the outside, looks like something from the world of the dinosaurs. Step inside and the Stone Age decor gives off an air of simplicity. The service in here is very friendly and there is a normal seating area in addition to a small, secluded sofa section. Apart from prescheduled performances by singers, there is an open mic time every Tuesday to Thursday from 1 to 5 p.m., which provides an opportunity for anyone who loves to sing to come and perform live on stage. The owner wanted to create an atmosphere that catered for everyone, so the menu changes every three months to cater for different tastes. The menu includes teppanyaki dishes, baked dishes, stir fries and steak meals. In particular, the Teppanyaki Three Cups Chicken and Oyster Sauce Chicken Fillet are both very delicious. An assortment of drinks is also available here. This includes coffee, cocktails and herbal teas, plus snacks, ice cream and other selections. Most menu items are priced between NT$60 and NT$450. Free wireless Internet access is also available here.

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