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KAOHSIUNG DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, September 2005.

La Jolla

0911-645-5108
Roadside Stall near the corner of FuMin and JhihSheng Roads
Hours: Everyday 11 am-11 pm
(Closed 2 pm-4 pm)

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--By Rebekah Godfrey, translated by Annie Liu

For tasty Mexican food, stop by the bright yellow roadside stall outside the Ai Kuo Chao Shih grocery store on FuMin Road (just before the corner of JhihSheng Road). Spanish for "the jewel," La Jolla's name was inspired by the beautiful city of La Jolla, California, known as the "jewel" of San Diego. Owned by Anton and Lisa Willemse, La Jolla is an entrepreneurial adventure for the recently married couple. Only four entrees are available, perfect for those who are indecisive. Choose from fajitas, potato pie, chedda-melt rice or quesadillas. Each entree is filled with your choice of beef, pork, chicken, bacon or vegetables. I tried the popular chicken fajita, which was delicious and filling. Next time I think I'll try Lisa's "Chedda-Melt Rice" creation. Everything is priced under NT$60! For less than NT$100, you can walk away with a beef quesadilla and an order of Bacon Potato Pie. So if it's been awhile since you've eaten at a roadside stall, stop by La Jolla.

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