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TAINAN DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2005.

ChaCha Shrimp Restaurant

 

(07) 350-0727
170, BoAi Road, Sec. 3, Kaohsiung City
Hours: Weekdays 4:30 pm-2 am,
weekends 12 am-2 am
Visa and Master cards accepted
www.chacha.com.tw

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If you're in the mood for shrimp, there's a new place in town! The restaurant is called ChaCha on their website, but the translated Chinese name means "Seashore Live Shrimp Restaurant." Their first branch opened in Taichung 12 years ago, and today there are 5 stores island wide, with two in Kaohsiung. ChaCha specializes in shrimp made in a variety of ways - with pepper, garlic, sesame oil, onions or lemon, to name but a few. Shrimp cakes, pineapple shrimp balls, sweet and sour shrimp, roasted shrimp and Thai style shrimp are also available. Hot pot, vegetables, crab, ribs, and other dishes are offered as well, although shrimp is the star of the show. Prices are steep, but ChaCha promises top-quality food and friendly customer service. One pot of shrimp (about 18 pieces) will set you back $NT550. Most entrees range from NT$200 to NT$600. Only a 5-minute walk from the Splendor Hotel, ChaCha is easy to find. There's plenty of room for large groups and comfortable outdoor seating on two floors.

--By Rebekah Godfrey, translated by Annie Liu

 

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