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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, May, 2006.

SPORTS 17 - BAR & RESTAURANT

94, ChangAn East Road, Section 2, 2F
停業 Closed

--By Shanzi Chen, translated by Cara Steenstra

Retired professional basketball players Leon Chen and Dragon Guo have resurfaced to open Sports 17 Bar, an American-style sports-themed restaurant and bar. Chen says that the sports trend has just taken off in Taiwan, and he hopes that his business will be a place where fans can gather. Altogether, there are 28 big and small LCD TVs as well as three satellite TVs (there is even one in the men's toilet). The owners also hope use their delicious meals to attract customers with different interests. The experienced head chef, Xin Kun-shan, oversees the creation of exotic dishes from different countries. Some of these dishes are prepared Chinese-style to appeal to Taiwanese tastes. Affordable, tasty entrees include the No.17 Fillet of Pork, Chicken Quesadillas, and Gorgon Burger. Business lunches are available. No service charge.

A. No.17 Fillet of Pork (NT$380) is made with Taiwanese pork, first fried then roasted. It is served with a specially-made mushroom sauce to add more flavor to the tender pork fillet.

B. Watch exciting coverage of sports events from any corner of this sporty-looking bar and restaurant.

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