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FYI SOUTH Magazine, April 2005

Sky Blue

 

182-1, JhongJheng Rd., Pingtung City
(08) 738-9193
Hours:11:30 am-12 midnight

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Sky Blue is a delightful surprise of international food tucked away in the relative obscurity of Pingtung City. The two chef-owners are cousins, members of the aboriginal Rukai tribe, who have trained and worked in hotels around Taiwan. The prices are bargains for the quality of food served. Set meals are NT$160 to NT$200; all come with salad (chef's, duck, or caesar), soup (Italian, seafood, pumpkin, crab or bacon), dessert (yoghurt, fruit platter, or caramel pudding) and a drink. Foreign dishes such as Spanish Rice, Thai Curry Chicken, and Singapore Steak are NT$100 to NT$180, with Indonesian Fried Rice (also known as Nasi Goreng; NT$100) being one of the most popular. Coffees are NT$50 to NT$70; teas are NT$70 or NT$80; and cocktails are NT$150 and NT$170. The cafe is easy to find; the dining area is a simple covered area just off the street, perfect for the warmer days. Between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., a special ladies' set meal is available (NT$150).

--By Richard Matheson, translated by Isabel Tsai

 

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