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HOME > CENTRAL TAIWAN > TAICHUNG CITY > DINING > 0204 RESTAURANT ROUNDUP
RESTAURANT roundup
Jing Hua Yen Yun
57, WuChiuan (WuChuan) 7th St.
Tel: (04) 2372-5066
Hours: 10 am-10 pm (Kitchen open 11:45 am-2 pm; 5:45-9 pm)

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Jing Hua Yen Yun is definitely unique. With its antique furniture, lanterns painted by ink-and-water master Ke Shuan-tung, and old photographs, it is like stepping into a shop in old Beijing. The specialty at Jing Hua Yen Yun is delicate pastries, including the highly recommended crispy walnut duck flavor (NT$280). The mashed peas pastry, or Wan Do Huang Er (NT$100), was an imperial favorite, particularly with the Empress Dowager Tzu Xi (if legend is true). The lotus porridge pastry (NT$120) is a favorite among women. The combination of lotus seed and lotus rhizome is said to bring a glow to a woman's face. Set meals (approximately NT$300) include appetizer, main dish, side dishes, dessert and tea. There are also afternoon tea set meals (NT$220) which include a choice of pastry and a pot of tea. All this makes it a good alternative to a Western-style afternoon tea.

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