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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, May, 2006.

DURIAN TREE THAI CUISINE

2, Alley 4, Lane 345, RenAi Road,
Section 4; (02) 8771-7919
Hours:11:30 am- 2:30 pm, 5:30-10 pm
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

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Since she was young, Durian Tree Thai Cuisine General Manager Miss Du learned about the management of international chain restaurants from her mother. After studying food and beverage management in America, Miss Du returned to Taiwan to establish this Thai-style restaurant. Thai chefs have created new dishes that retain "pure Thai" flavors. One of the characteristics of Durian Tree is their open-style, 28-dish menu, which is categorized according to preparation method and includes pictures and recipes. Some of the dishes are not only delicious but also fun to eat, including the two dishes pictured. --By Shanzi Chen, translated by Cara Steenstra

A. Colorful Three Flavored Curry Bar (NT$380): the three-colored curries (yellow curry--beef, red curry--pork, green curry--chicken) are placed in containers made from bamboo sections in Zhu Shan. The dish comes with French bread and green vegetables. This is a delicious combination when dipped with bread or eaten with Thai rice.

B. Xiang Lan Leaf Chicken (NT$260): Marinated de-boned chicken is wrapped in special, spicy Xiang Lan leaves from Thailand, then deep fried and eaten with a coconut sweet sauce for a tender, sweet and sour taste.

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