True or false-food that costs about ten dollars tastes bad. I used to think this was often true but this restaurant, Hot 7, completely changed my mind. Firstly, it's not just one dish that costs ten dollars, you pay ten dollars for an entire feast. The first course they serve is a drink. You can choose from two options, iced grass jelly or warm grass jelly. The iced one is much better for the Taiwan weather. After that, came salad. With lotus root, tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber, and much more, this salad is one of the best salads I have ever eaten. In addition to that, the third course, soup, was heartwarming. There were three different flavors of soup that you could choose from, beef tendon, bitter pork ribs, and chicken soup. For the beef tendon soup, I really enjoyed the tenderness of the beef and the flavorful broth. As for the fourth course, we got to try bean sprouts. Nothing much to say about that... Then, a bowl of snapper and rice came, accompanied with plum soaked vegetables. I thought the snapper had a great soy saucelike coat of flavoring. If you eat these two together, it tastes even better(kinda like peanut butter and jelly). Finally, they served the main course, which is a type of meat cooked on an iron plate. The choices range from steak to chicken. I decided to order the beef sukiyaki. There were a lot of pieces of awesome tasting beef! That was definitely the highlight of the entire meal. Lastly, the dessert course was a red bean bun. So when you're in the area, go down to Hot 7 for a delicious seven course meal. Ohhh, is that why it's called Hot 7? I get it now...
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