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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, April, 2006.

TEN TEN POP HUNAN CUISINE

11, SongGao Road, 6F
Hours:11 am-10 pm;
Fridays and Saturdays 11 am-2 am
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

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Situated on the sixth floor of XinYi Eslite, Ten Ten Pop has an eye-catching bar at the entrance and a fashionable design that many would mistake for a New Age Western-style restaurant. Instead, the food is authentic Hunan Cuisine -- one China's eight most famous cuisines. Spiciness and sourness are the characteristics of Hunan cuisine. The emphasis on marinades and knifing techniques used when preparing entrees -- known as "kung fu dishes." --By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

A. Fried Pork Rib with Chili and Fennel Spices (NT$360) is a dish of pork ribs covered with Xinjiang-style chili and fennel. Red Chili & Preserved Egg (NT$100) has skinned chilies that give it a real kick.

B. Hot Pot Preserved Tofu & Pork Intestines (NT$300) is cooked till the pot is dry and the flavors seeped into the preserved tofu and pork intestines. It goes particularly well with rice. The white rice is steam-cooked bowl by bowl in traditional Hunan style. Fried Green with Fermented Black Bean (NT$180) is whole black beans and garlic shoots stir fried together. The popular Fried Shrimp Skewer (NT$180) can be eaten shells and all for a crunchy, spicy texture.

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