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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, June, 2006.

MACAU SHUI LAO RONG

82, ChangAn E. Rd., Sec. 2
(02) 2507-3883
Hours:11:30 am-2 pm,
5:30 pm-1 am
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

--By Shanzi Chen, translated by Cara Steenstra

This famed Macau-based spicy shell and crab hot pot restaurant was recently brought to Taipei by Taiwanese fans. The Macau founder, Mr. Liang Zhi Rong, has been visiting regularly to give guidance to the Taiwan branch. The secret to cooking spicy crab pot lies in the large-mouthed oven. The crab and spicy sauces are quickly stir-fried over a large flame, before celery and spring onions are added for sweetness. Crabs are added and brought to boil quickly. When the soup is dished out, its aroma surrounds you. Another house special at Shui Lao Rong is their Fried Big Shrimp, wrapped with salted eggs and deep-fried. This can be eaten, shell and all, for a delicious, calcium-rich treat. Two types of hot pot are available for business lunches. Their set menus are a great bargain at NT$590 for two people and NT$2,080 for eight.

A. Spicy Crab Hot Pot (Market Price): Brightly-colored red crabs are beautifully complimented by celery and clams in the hot soup -- it looks AND tastes fabulous.
B. The Chinese decor is elegant and classic; a painting of Chinese ladies enjoying hot pot is the focus of the restaurant.

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