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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August, 2006.

TENG

(02) 2737-5528
21, Lane 181, JiaXing Street
Hours:5 pm-2 am
(or when customers leave)
Credit cards not accepted. No service charge.
Nearest MRT: LiuZhangLi

A. The open-air set-up is perfect for breezy evenings and gives you a great view of the moon over Elephant Mountain on one side, and Taipei 101 on the other.
B. The Black Pepper Pork (NT$100) is marinated for three days with the chef's secret sauce, giving the meat a tender quality and savoury flavour.

Although this barbecue eatery is a bit off the beaten path, the owner chose the location specifically for its surroundings. It faces an open field and, with no large buildings in the way, some peaceful mountain scenery in the background makes for a pleasant change from the rest of jam-packed Taipei. At Teng, you'll see the owner sitting down for a quick bite with some neighborhood buddies, perched on handmade straw chairs (the name of the restaurant comes from the material used to make these). With NT$90 Asahi draught beers and lots of fresh small eats (starting from NT$60), you really can't go wrong settling in for an inexpensive evening with friends.

--By Julia Koprak, translated by Jean Huang

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