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FYI SOUTH Magazine, May 2006.

Huati Lounge

17, PengLai Road, Gushan District, Kaohsiung
(At the waterfront.)
(07) 551-0080
Hours:Everyday 7:30 pm-3:30 am
10% service charge.
www.huati.com.tw

--By Dawn Reid Translated by Annie Liu

Kaohsiung is full of interesting places hidden away in back alleys, nestled in the mountainside or, as in this case, on the edge of the harbour waters on a dead-end road. Once you arrive at Huati Lounge you'll see why it's worth the trip. Outside a large wooden patio, complete with deck chairs, umbrellas and greenery, overlooks the ocean and ChiChin Island. While the spacious interior, which is stylish, yet comfortable, overlooks a stage. Though it's an open area, private nooks ring the wall making it a great place for large gatherings or a special evening out with a friend.

On the stage there is live music every night at 7 p.m., 9 p.m. and again at 11 p.m. Each night features different singers or groups and performances may be in English or Chinese. They often have events or specialty evenings, so give them a call or check out the website for more details.

Ordering from the array of dishes and well-stocked bar is made easy by friendly, attentive staff and a Chinese/English menu. The menu includes typical Chinese dishes such as Kung Pao Chicken (NT$280) and Black Pepper Beef (NT$240), as well as specialties like Peking Spareribs (NT$250) and Rosemary Lamb Steak with Red Wine Sauce (NT$380). There is also a tasty selection of Hong Kong Dim Sum (NT$120 to NT$150). After 9:30 p.m. a new menu comes out with tempting "night snacks", such as Smoked Salmon with Capers (NT$380). The drinks menu is inclusive as well, with beer from NT$130 to cocktails from NT$200 to bottles of Scotch, Vodka, Cognac and Wine from NT$980. Good food and drinks make it easy to exceed the minimum charge of NT$200 before 9 p.m. and NT$350 after.

If you're looking for something new, make your way to Huati Lounge where you can wine and dine to a different tune.

Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited for those under 18.

 

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