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KAOHSIUNG DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, December 2006.

Relocated and rejuvinated: The Bayou

---By Dawnelle Froehler Translated by Annie Liu

226, MingCheng 1st Road, TsouYing District
(07) 310-7293
Hours:Tuesday - Sunday,
6 pm till late./6 pm
(Closed Mondays.)/Parking available.

Good news to all you wine and diners in Kaohsiung city interested in fine eatin'. Cindy and Brandon have found a new home for The Bayou and are anxious for you to visit. Those who were acquainted with this fantastic restaurant will be happy to know that all of the ambiance and class of the old location is still to be found in the new. The new location is also a much larger venue, and they are renovating the second floor to be used as a banquet area and art show room for large party reservations.

Earlier this autumn, Cindy and Brandon decided to move The Bayou - open for two years - for several reasons. One was to find a larger place that was surrounded by neighbours who didn't mind the hustle of a busy restaurant. The main reason they moved is that they listened to their customers. Many people who frequent The Bayou live in the northern areas of Kaohsiung and while they were willing to make the drive, they encouraged Cindy and Brandon to bring The Bayou a little closer.

The only changes to the menu have been the addition of new, tasty dishes. Tried and true favourites like the Cajun Chicken Sandwich, Cajun Ribs, Artichoke Dip, Voodoo Wings and Cindy's own Peanut Butter Creme Pie, as well as the great imported beer selection remain. New items include the Cajun Shrimp Salad, Acadian Catfish, the Cha Cha Cha (seared sea scallops), the Muffelatta Sandwich and homemade Calzones (including the Aztec Calzone - ironically a vegetarian selection which does not involve any human sacrifice!). They have also added their wine list to the menu. Most main dishes are priced between NT$200 and NT$500. There is no service charge and free parking along the street out front. Visit The Bayou and be sure to dazzle your taste buds!

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