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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, March, 2006.

CHUAN-CHUAN BBQ BAR

(02) 2882-0886
437, ZhongShan N. Rd., Sec. 5
Hours:5 pm-1:30 am
MRT: ShiLin Station
No service charge.
Credit cards not accepted. Minimum bill NT$200/person.

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--By Shanzi Chen, translated by Cara Steenstra

Not far from the ShiLin MRT Station, directly opposite the Taiwan Power North District Branch Office, is Chuan-chuan BBQ Bar, a restaurant with quite a lot of character. The elegant red and black interior decor here might have you thinking that you have walked into an expensive lounge bar, rather than an inexpensive BBQ bar. Owner Mr. Hung enjoys meeting friends over barbecue, which is why he has developed relevant culinary skills. He studied the barbecuing styles of China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region, using caraway in the restaurant's special satay sauce to bring out the sweet fragrance of the mutton. Since chicken, beef, pork and mutton all have different textures, the accompanying sauces are also different. These special sauces and the chef's techniques are very important elements in bringing out the juicy, delicious flavors of the meat. Also worth mentioning are the Japanese-style barbecue stoves used here. Meats are cooked with a semi-roasted, semi-barbecued method to lock in juices with out the risk of overcooking or burning. All ingredients are prepared fresh daily and available only while stocks last to ensure 100-percent freshness. Apart from BBQ, there is also a choice of rich ingredients for their mini hot pots.

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