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RESTAURANT roundup

FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2004.

Wan Shan

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179-11, ChungChou 2nd Rd., ChiJin, Kaohsiung City
(07) 571-4191
Hours:11 am-9 pm;
Open every day of the year

Originally a small diner, WanShan has been transformed into a 100-plus table hotspot that somewhat resembles a warehouse. If you take the ferry from SiZihWan to ChiJin, after a 15-minute scooter ride you'll see the windmill park on the right, while WanShan is in the alley on the left. Just follow the crowd, which often includes foreigners. You can enjoy the buffet-style seafood dishes by buying NT$100 coupons from the reception counter. Unused coupons can be returned for a refund. WanShan is divided into several areas such as Cold Dishes (featuring sashimi), Fried Dishes, Grilled Dishes, Fresh Fish Soups, and Tobacco/Liquors/Beverages. Each dish is NT$100--except for specials like Chin-Lung Salmon from Australia (NT$150), and Angel Tear, a kind of mushroom which sprouts in rain, and is served as a salad, fried, a jelly, or cooked with flour and water. It's said to reduce cholesterol and enhance circulation. The owners of WanShan are a couple who admit they can't count well--that's why they decided to offering each dish for NT$100!

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