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FYI SOUTH Magazine, April 2005

Nan Yang Curry

 

 

 

338, JianKang Road, Sec. 1, Tainan City
(06) 213-3746
Hours: 11:30 am-2:30 pm; 5:30 pm-9:30 pm (open until 3 pm and 10 pm if customers present); closed Mondays

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Curry has lately been deemed a preventative food for cancer and Alzheimer's, and Michael Shiang, the owner of Nan Yang Curry, couldn't agree more. Having lost a close family member to cancer, he has since devoted much time and energy towards making meals that are not only nutritious, but also delicious as well. A former international businessman turned chef, Michael discovered the benefits of curry-eating during his many years abroad, and thus decided to open his own restaurant upon returning to Taiwan. For the past two years, Nan Yang Curry has offered a diverse menu of Southeast Asian curries, including Coconut Curry and Thai Curry Hotpot with assorted meats (chicken, mutton, beef, porkchop, duck, seafood). Curry spiciness is determined by a 1-5 scale, with level 5 promising to send daring customers out the door with flaming mouths. The curry entrees come as single orders (NT$160-220) or combo orders (NT$250-280) with soup, salad, drink, and dessert. A wide variety of tea and coffee drinks are available (NT$100-120). Food is served personally by the owner and his wife, who often provide explanations on how the curry is prepared and what spices are involved, many of which are on display in the restaurant.

By Kimmy Su & John Matthews Translated by Kimmy Su & Cheryl Chiu

 

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