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FYI SOUTH Magazine, March 2005

Quan An Viet Nam

103, NanZihSin Rd., Nanzih, Kaohsiung City
(07) 355-3505
Hours: 11 am-9 pm


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The growing number of marriages between Taiwanese men and Vietnamese women has inevitably resulted in the appearance of restaurants that serve up Vietnamese home cooking. In the Kaohsiung area, one of the newest is Quan An Viet Nam. Conveniently located near Nanzih Railway Station, it has a menu listing Vietnamese staples, such as Beef He-Fen Noodles, for between NT$20 and NT$70. This eatery is covered over but open-fronted, clean but spartan. And, as you might expect, it's become something of an unofficial drop-in center for the local Vietnamese community, which includes not only "foreign brides," but also many blue-collar workers brought to Taiwan to work in the nearby industrial zone. If you arrive in Nanzih by train, walk from the station entrance to the nearest intersection, then turn right and walk less than 100 meters: Quan An Viet Nam is on the right. --By Steven Crook, translated by Iva Huang

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