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FYI SOUTH Magazine, May 2004.

Villa Southeast Asian Restaurant

529, JungShan 2nd Rd., ChienJin, Kaohsiung City
(07) 282-8882;
Hours: 10am-11pm

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       Near Kaohsiung's downtown shopping area, Villa has an elegant Southeast Asian setting. Their exquisite Thai and Indonesian dishes are neither sour nor spicy, and feature the moderate flavors favored by Taiwanese. The prices are also moderate: Moon Shrimp Pancake is NT$90, while the Ka Duo Ka Duo Pork Chop, with a sweet peanut sauce, is NT$180. Hot pots, priced around NT$250, are the most popular items. There's also Fried Lemon Fish. Drinks include Citronella (Lemongrass) Green Tea, Zhen Duo (with preserved fruit), and Luo Wang Zi (a kind of plum) are especially recommended. Villa's owner has traveled extensively in Southeast Asia, and has brought back various handicrafts and decorations, such as wicker chairs, an elephant god statue, and hand-carved wooden doors. The first floor is non-smoking, on the second floor has outdoor dining areas with small trees and potted plants provide shade. Villa, which opened in mid March, attracts a range of customers, from students to office workers. If you like to dine somewhere cozy and exotic, come and see Villa for yourself. --By Iva Huang

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