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FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2006.

King's Uen-Jou Wonton (50 years +)

1, Lane 163, SinLe St., YenCheng District, Kaohsiung
(First right off WuFu 4th Road after DaYong Street.)
(07) 551-1378
Hours:Monday - Friday, 2 pm-9 pm;
Saturday and Sunday, 11:30 am-9 pm

--By Mike Brown, translated by Annie Liu

Nestled away in the back streets of the YenCheng district, and just a block north of WuFu 4th Road, King's Uen-Jou Wonton lures consistent crowds with their delectable Steamed Basket Pork Wontons (NT$60 for 8) and NT$50 Wonton Soup, their most popular dish. For years, King's Wonton has been highlighted in Japanese-language tourism publications, and gained fame as a feature in China Airlines' in-flight magazine. If that is not enough to see why this family-run business has been drawing regular customers since 1954, go and practice a little English with the thoroughly agreeable owners and savor the chance to eat the dishes locals have ordered for decades. Besides the wontons, the pure and simple ingredients of the Dry Noodles (NT$60) will appease your gastronomic needs. To prepare local meals at home, uncooked packages of 16 wontons can be purchased for NT$120.

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