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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > June 2008

Silks House

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Silks House

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Silks House

(02) 2523-8000#3236
41, ZhongShan N Rd, Sec 2, 3F
Hours: 12-2:30 pm, 6-9 pm
10% service charge.

Cantonese formal dishes, tea snacks, and dim sum are popular almost everywhere you go and if you are a fan of Cantonese food, then you definitely have to try this place. The Chef, Wu Hong-cheng, has had more than thirty years of experience in the kitchen; he, along with many other Hong Kong chefs, is devoted to presenting the most authentic Cantonese dishes to his guests. Chef Wu's traditional training has enabled him to be in total control of stir frying, stewing, and boiling his special creations. His Shark Fin Abalone dish has kept a steady flow of customers returning again and again. --By Josie Wu, translated by Sho Huang

A. Silk House Crispy Duck (NT$2,000/whole duck) looks (and tastes!) delicious with its golden crispy skin. The chef slices the duck into pieces and then serves it with a bun. It might sound ordinary, but its flavor is anything but! If you look closely of the menu, you'll find dishes like QiLin Chicken (NT$700) and Steamed Meat Pie (NT$360) which haven't been seen commonly on Taiwanese menus for almost twenty years.

B. Silk House provides not only high class cuisine but also simple dishes like fried noodles & rice and desserts.

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