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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > April 2008

Oriental Cuisine

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Oriental Cuisine

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Oriental Cuisine

(02) 8509-2310
27, Lane 46, DaZhi St
Hours: 11:30 am-2 pm, 5:30-9 pm
closed on Mondays
Credit cards not accepted. No service charge.

Guizhou cuisine (黔菜) is derived from the native cooking styles of China's Guizhou region. To bring this trend to Taiwan, the owner of Oriental Cuisine traveled to China to gain a thorough understanding of these delicacies. With the assistance of Guizhou's Food & Beverage Research Center, he hired a master of Guizhou Qian Cuisine, allowing Oriental Cuisine to provide Taiwan's consumers with truly authentic flavors from the region. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Gan Guo cuisine is similar to hot pot; their Pan Fried Spicy Chicken Bowl (苗寨干鍋雞, NT$350/sm, NT$650/lg) is made with top-quality indigenous chicken pieces that are sauteed with ingredients like green, red and yellow peppers, potato slices, peanuts, and a unique mushroom sauce. This dish smells and tastes fabulous, so it's no wonder that it's the number-one choice among customers.

B. Another common dish, Stewed Beef Rice Noodles (花溪牛肉粉NT$80), is made with beef stock, onions, coriander and slightly-sour, preserved vegetables. Other recommended dishes include: Tossed Houttuynia Cordata (涼拌折耳根NT$100), Marinated Dried Black Fungus with Vinegar (醋溜黑木耳NT$100), and Soy Sauce with Rice (侗家醬油拌飯NT$60).

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