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KAOHSIUNG DINING FEATURE


FYI SOUTH Magazine, April 2007.
205, BoAi 1st Rd, Kaohsiung City
(07) 322-9167, 322-9768
Hours:11 am-2 pm,
5:30 pm-10 pm
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

T.M. Palace

By Monica Lin Translated by Ann Lee
Photos by Tommy Lee


T.M. Palace has been in business for over 14 years and is still a popular dining spot for locals and expats in Kaohsiung. The accommodating service and retro decor provides a place for faithful patrons to enjoy fine cuisine inspired by Thailand and Myanmar. T.M. Palace is owned by Taiwanese singer Gao Ming-jun and his friends. With reasonable prices and distinctly flavored dishes, the Palace has won the hearts of exotic food lovers all over Taiwan.

T.M. Palace is always packed with customers—whether you're on a date with friends or a family dining event, you will see all kinds of people during lunch and dinner, chatting over Steamed Lemon Fish, their signature dish. The fish is cooked with fresh lemon juice, broth, sugar and fish sauce, which gives it a fresh, invigorating taste. Another popular dish is the Curry Crab (NT$300), which is a whole crab simmered with curry power, curry gravy as well as some special ingredients. It tastes great with rice. Jungle Roast Beef (NT$280) is accompanied by crispy Chinese cabbage, which has a flavor you can relish. Spicy Stir-fried Chicken (NT$270) is slowly cooked for three hours and stir-fried with chili sauce. Not only is it visually appealing, but it will also hit the epicurean spot. Thai-style Cabbage is stir-fried with shrimp sauce imported directly from Thailand and caters to the local patrons' tastes with no tangy smell.
At the end of your meal, don't forget to order their famous dessert—Mo Mo Cha Cha (NT$50). This strange sounding treat includes rambutan, jackfruit, mung beans, and sweet corn. Make sure you get there early, though, as the Palace only serves 100 bowls a day.

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