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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, May 2007.

ORANGE SHABU SHABU 2

(02) 2771-0181
29-2, RenAi Rd, Sec 4
Hours:6 pm-2 am
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.
http://www.orangeshabu.com.tw/

This Japanese-style hot pot, which has a sister location in Taipei, attracts many regulars. The wooden, outdoor seating lets customers enjoy a cool breeze while waiting for meals or enjoying a refreshing beverage. Open until the wee hours of the morning, Orange also caters to those who work late. The seafood at Orange is carefully chosen and fresh. Well-known varieties include Emperor Crab, Qiu-Ye Crab, Large Scallops, Taiwan's own Red-banded Mantis Shrimp and U.S Prime Beef: All have quality ingredients customers can choose from. With nice broth selections and specially imported, handmade copper pots, Orange keeps patrons coming back to their authentic food. --Words and photos by Eden Lin, translated by Ann Lee

A. Sorted Seafood Shabu Shabu (NT$980) has Red-Banded Mantis Shrimp, Large Scallops and Fresh Squid. Brought to the table live, the seafood is very fresh. If you don't want seafood, try the Prime Rib Shabu Shabu (NT$960), which is tender, sweet and juicy.

B. Deep colors in the dining area give patrons quite a relaxing environment; the rooms here provide privacy for various groups of customers.

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