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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, March, 2007.


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PRIMA TASTE RESTAURANT

(02) 2506-6118
112, ChangAn East Rd, Sec 2 (near corner of JiangGuo N Rd)
Hours: 11:30 am-3 pm, 5:30-10 pm
(open to 11 pm Fri/Sat)
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

When it comes to Singaporean food, one can't help but think of Hainanese Chicken Rice and "Ro Gu Cha" (literally "Meat Bone Tea"). The former dish delivers tender chicken and fragrant yummy rice while the latter one is rib stew with herbs (NT$280). People who have visited Singapore especially miss the taste of Singapore Chili Crab. Prima Taste, popular in many major cities, is bringing its authentic cuisine here. Given that eight out of 10 top dishes recommended by the Singapore Tourism Bureau can be spotted on the menu here, this is a good opportunity to try it out. --By Josie Wu, translated by Sho Huang

A. Singapore Chili Crab (NT$550) has one kilo of crab, chili and spices. Fried buns usually come with the dish. The taste is fresh and yummy.
B. Prima Taste Fish Curry (NT$400) is normally only prepared with fish heads. However, the restaurant also adds fish meat to cater to Taiwanese dining habits. The Five Foot Way Chicken Platter (NT$400) offers the taste of Hainanese Chicken, Oil Sauce Chicken and Crispy Skin Chicken at one go. Another must-try is the Beef Rendang (NT$300), providing tasty beef which has been cooked for a long time.

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