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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, MARCH 2002. VOL.2 ISSUE 3

Da Li Korean Restaurant

1F 13,15, Lane 160 DunHua (TunHua) South Rd., section 1
Tel: (02) 2740-3516~8, 2771-2728
Hours: Buffet 11:30 am-12:30 am; kitchen open 11:30 am-10:30 pm

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"Kop Chang Chong Gol" is a well-known dish among fans of Korean food. It is also the specialty of 16-year-old Da Li Korean Restaurant. This dish directly translates to the organs of animals, including those of cows and pigs. But, don't worry if internal organs don't seem appetizing, there are many other dishes to choose from. The owner, Mr. Da Li Law, has earned a reputation for putting on a complete Korean buffet. Dishes include the low-calorie "Kim Chi Chong Gol" (kimchee hot pot). This dish varies from non-spicy to extremely hot depending on customer preference. Other choices are T-bone steak (NT$520), pork chop (NT$320) and various fish dishes. Now, is a good time to sample Korean cuisine, as Da Li is promoting its all-you-can-eat hot pot buffet for NT$299 (regular price NT$950). For an extra NT$100, enjoy all-you-can-eat barbecue.

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