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TAINAN DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, May 2005.

Nanyang Snacks

 


221, ZihCyang 3rd Rd., Lingya District, Kaohsiung City
(07) 271-6069
Hours: 2:30-6:30 pm

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--Written and translated by Yang Chunpei


Located between Talee Isetan and HanShin department store, lies Nanyang Snacks; a modest street stall that only serves Roti or Indian pancakes (NT$35). It sounds strange but most customers love it and faithfully come for their Roti. In order to cater to local tastes, Nanyang changes the original recipe by adding eggs to the surface of wheat flour, and then frying it. More or less like Taiwanese egg cake; with the difference lying in the taste. Nanyang also offers a unique curry and condensed milk sauce, depending on how spicy or sweet you like things. To go with your Roti, Nanyang's specialty drinks include Borneo coffee (NT$40), Ceylon tea (NT$15 to NT$30) and milk tea (NT$20 to NT$40). With 65% Liberica and 35% Robusta bean, the Borneo coffee is a must-drink. Although Nanyang has relatively little on offer, it still has magic to draw new and old customers.

 

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