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CHOWDOWN Taiwan Restaurant in Berkeley, Saturday 8/15 at 11 am

Han Lukito | Aug 15, 200305:23 PM     1

I have a "rare" empty time slot tomorrow. I have been recommending this place for quite some time. How about a chowdown there. We can order some of the unusual offerings that most people do not know:

-Special Taiwanese dishes: sticky rice with minced pork, South Taiwan noodle soup (addictive), and other specialties only on weekends and only at certain times. These are low priced items well below $4

-Tofu skin roll with pork: this definitely has gourmet quality. The tofu skin has pork fillings and rolled in to cylinder and deep fried.

and many other dishes to try.

Taiwan is our family's favorite restaurant. The dishes price are very reasonable. I figure less than $10-15 or even much lower than that to have a large number of dishes with several people. At the end of meal, a chowhound donation hat will be passed around to help support this wonderful site !

Email me at valutech@pacbell.net if you are interested !

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