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FYI SOUTH Magazine, May 2004.

Pingpu Tribal Restaurant


On Provincial Highway No. 20, between Ganlanshan and
Zhojhen, Tainan County
(06) 573-1400; Open 7 days a week

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         On the north side of Highway No. 20--the road that becomes the Southern Cross-Island Highway--there is a Pingpu (lowland aborigine) eatery that has been family-owned and operated for more than 20 years. Originally a roadside stall selling traditional countryside food, it has now expanded into an open-air restaurant with five wooden tables and a karaoke machine. The daughter and son-in-law of the original owners started selling roasted mountain chickens about a year ago. This was a great success--in fact, they sold 4000 chickens in a single month last year. According to the boss, mountain chickens are raised for four months and run free, while normal chickens are raised for only two months, kept in pens, and force fed. In additional to whole roast chickens (eat in or take away), there are some traditional countryside dishes such as Fried Baby Hornets and even Rat, as well as more conventional fried rice and noodle dishes. The shop owners also sell antiques they have collected in the area. --By Richard Matheson

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