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FYI SOUTH Magazine, March 2005

The Bayou

226, MinCheng 1st Rd; (07) 310-7293
Hours: Tues-Fri/5 pm-10:30 pm;
Sat & Sun: 12 midday-11 pm

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Like the swamps of Louisiana, The Bayou naturally draws the attention of those looking for the exotic. Unlike the murky quagmires, however, it is saturated with delicious food and offers an open invitation for frequent guests. Open since January 1, The Bayou boasts of exceptional interior design and uncomplicated atmosphere. Located on the south side of Kaohsiung, it is the ideal place for a relaxing dinner when one is coming back from the airport or costco. Going out of your way is also not a bad idea, as the food (and its price) will more than make up for the effort. Various Cajun dishes run an average of about NT$200. Sandwiches and salads (not necessarily with Cajun spice) are also about NT$200. Specialties such as ribs or steaks range from NT$280 to NT$350. Non-menu items are also available, such as the all-you-can-eat pasta special for only NT$100 every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday night. --By Emi Higashiyama, translated by Cara Steenstra

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