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KAOHSIUNG DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, August 2005.

Master Fang Bakery

FE21 Mega Mall Dept Store,
21, SanDuo 4th Rd., LingYa, Kaohsiung City
(07) 536-0681
FE21 Mega Mall Dept. Store branch

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--By Matt Gibson, Rebekah Godfrey, Brandon Campazzie, Delaney Seiferling Translated by Annie Liu

After walking by the bright purple bread with taro filling for two months, I finally paid the NT$25, and walked out of Master Fang bakery with the biggest piece I could find. Six months later, the colorful "Taro Bread" has become one of my favorite snacks, and I have become a faithful patron. Three of the five Master Fang bakeries are conveniently located in the food courts of Kaohsiung's largest department stores - FE21 Mega Mall, SOGO and HaiLai. It's rare that you won't find people buying goodies like donuts, garlic bread, shredded beef sandwiches or cinnamon rolls. The most popular treat is the Luo Song bread (NT$45), a large loaf of soft, yellow "egg" bread that is sweetened with honey. The FE21 Mega Mall branch sells 400 - 500 loaves of this bread each Saturday and Sunday. Foreigners might enjoy the German style bread or the whole-wheat variety, but most of the bread is made with white flour and includes raisins, nuts or cheese. The garlic bread is a large crusty loaf of buttery goodness that will compliment any Italian dinner. The cinnamon rolls (NT$40) aren't bad, but they may not completely satisfy your sweet tooth. If you're craving sugar, try the cheesecakes and other fancy desserts.

 

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