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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > April 2008

Qing Du Restaurant

Qing Du Restaurant

Qing Du Restaurant

60, Lane 122, RenAi Rd, Sec 4
停業 Closed

A restaurant that mainly sells Sichuan-style noodles, Qing Du has a brightly-lit and spacious dining atmosphere. Unlike many traditional small noodle shops which offer cuisine haphazardly labeled "Sichuan", Qing Du serves authentic dishes painstakingly prepared by experienced chefs. Such is the case with their signature dish, Sour & Spicy Noodles with Won Tons (NT$65); these noodles have some Thai spices added into the soup, creating a refreshing flavor.
Another popular dish is the Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles (NT$55). Mixed with red pepper powder and sesame paste, the flavor is truly authentic and unforgettable. Apart from noodle dishes and Sichuan-style stir-fries, you can also order snacks and appetizers like the Crispy Fried Won Tons (NT$60), which go perfectly with a bowl of noodle soup. Since they are a Sichuan-based restaurant, you can be aassured that they are quite the experts in making their own chili oils. Chefs pick out the best chili peppers for the sauces, which usually take two hours to make. If you are a fan of spicy food, then don't forget to ask the staff for some of the specially-made chili oil; it will definitely spice-up your evening. --By Sharon Huang, translated by Ann Lee

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