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FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2007.

Hud La Noom

5, Lane 398, CingNian Rd, Tainan City
(06) 209-0693
Hours: 7:30 am-9 pm
Credit cards not accepted.
Chinese & English menus.

Opened by the Bunun tribe sisters who run Tainan's landmark aboriginal pub Hud La Voos, they recently opened up a new coffee-and-food establishment called Hud La Noom, this place is central enough to be highly convenient, yet just far enough from the main road to be an oasis of peace and quiet. To create Hud La Noom, the sisters and their friends and relatives transformed an old house near Tainan Theological College. Inside, it's comfortable and colorful; the walls and furniture have been decorated with indigenous arts and motifs. Handicraft items and souvenirs are for sale. The menu includes a selection of wraps, omelets, pancakes and yoghurts (NT$50-120). For something a little more unusual, try the Sakud Meal Set (NT$220) or Sakud Hot Pot (NT$230). Sakud is Reeve's Muntjac, also known as "barking deer". There are also salads and barbecued items and juices, plus coffees and teas from NT$50. Alcoholic drinks include Heineken (NT$75) and Belgian brews (NT$150), plus some special aboriginal drinks. There's wireless Internet access if you have work to do, but this is a place more suited to kicking back than working hard. --By Steven Crook, translated by Ann Lee, photos by Richard Matheson

 

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