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FYI SOUTH Magazine, December 2002. VOL.2 ISSUE 12

Dewdrop Inn

12 BinShan Street, Fengshan City, Kaohsiung County
(07) 790-4669
Hours: 11am - 9 pm, closed 2nd & 4th Monday every month

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        Fans of the old Dewdrop Inn in Yencheng, will welcome the new version at ChengChing Lake. Kevin Smith, Canadian Chef at the former establishment, has shared his culinary tricks with the current Proprietor-Chef - Bruce Li - which attract locals and expatriate alike. The bi-lingual menu includes Poutine (NT$120), a Quebec combination of fries, gravy and melted cheese. Canadians in Kaohsiung have given Li's dish a thumbs-up, while his English-style Fish and Chips (one of the more expensive dishes at NT$180) is approved by the Brits. Pizzas, spaghettis, Mexican-style snacks, salads, garlic bread and Taiwan standards - among them curried pork rice and cheese pork rice - are also available. In addition to teas, coffees and a few beers, you can order fruit, pudding and red-bean smoothies (NT$60 - 70). Takeouts are slightly cheaper. The bright, spacious interior is non-smoking; smoking is permitted on the covered patio. By Steven Crook

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