Papa Poulet Rotisserie in Tianmu (CLOSED)

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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby papapoulet » 17 Sep 2009, 14:27

hungryintaipei wrote:looks great.

if you ever expand your menu, I know a lot of people who would love cornbread and mashed sweet potatoes or candied sweet potatoes as sides!



i did rosemary garlic roasted sweet potatoes for a while, they taste pgreat when they are fresh but are hard to get right. too long they shrivel, not long enough they are hard, then they turn black and shrivel in the hot counter.
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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby likeanyother » 21 Sep 2009, 17:42

Cheers, sounds great and I'd love to try it. I'm wondering if your restaurant is still up and running? I walked by once on Sunday and again today and it was closed both times....?
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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby papapoulet » 22 Sep 2009, 13:37

likeanyother wrote:Cheers, sounds great and I'd love to try it. I'm wondering if your restaurant is still up and running? I walked by once on Sunday and again today and it was closed both times....?


Sorry about that, I am usually closed on mondays (hopefully I will be open 7 days a week in the future) and last Sunday I had a commitment, and i as I have no other staff (yet) I had to close for the day. That was a one off however so will definately be open next Sunday.

Hope you can give me a second, sorry third chance, and come by again sometime.

cheers,

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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby igorveni » 22 Sep 2009, 17:19

Hey! could we get the address in Chinese? Thanks.
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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby lostinasia » 22 Sep 2009, 17:28

A guess on the address:

If the English is... Zhongzheng Road, Sec. 2, Lane 76 #16-2...

Then perhaps?: 台北市忠誠路二段76巷16-2號
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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby irishstu » 22 Sep 2009, 17:39

Yum, yum, yum. This place sounds delicious. I may have to pop in and visit next time the wife drags me to Tianmu to do her clothes shopping.
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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby Funk500 » 22 Sep 2009, 17:47

papapoulet wrote:
one day my friend, i shall build my chicken empire one chicken at a time, until the day i shall be crowned chicken KING!!

Hahahahahahahaha <---- evil laugh..

: )


This quote alone means I will make it my business to visit in the future.

irishstu wrote:I may have to pop in and visit next time the wife drags me to Tianmu to do her clothes shopping.


Don't you mean "to do MY clothes shopping".
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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby irishstu » 22 Sep 2009, 18:00

Funk500 wrote:
papapoulet wrote:
one day my friend, i shall build my chicken empire one chicken at a time, until the day i shall be crowned chicken KING!!

Hahahahahahahaha <---- evil laugh..

: )


This quote alone means I will make it my business to visit in the future.


You realise, of course, that he is neither french nor a papa (or a chicken for that matter), right? Doesn't this put you off? I mean, if he'd at least been a chicken...

Funk500 wrote:
irishstu wrote:I may have to pop in and visit next time the wife drags me to Tianmu to do her clothes shopping.


Don't you mean "to do MY clothes shopping".


Oh right, like I've got any clothes less than five years old.
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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby igorveni » 22 Sep 2009, 18:45

lostinasia wrote:A guess on the address:

If the English is... Zhongzheng Road, Sec. 2, Lane 76 #16-2...

Then perhaps?: 台北市忠誠路二段76巷16-2號

Thanks, I hope this is correct. :)
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Re: Papa Poulet in Tianmu - Now Open!

Postby mr.wang » 22 Sep 2009, 19:38

I live down the street and have been by a few times. PP offers everything you want; delicious, fast and cheap. It is also kitty corner from Tianmu Park/Baseball Stadium. A great place to either pick up some food for the park or after a day out spent there. The starting point of the of the Tianmu Trail is also within 15 minutes walking distance. There is also a public park right down the street for all those Tiemouers who have time on a lunch break on a nice day to have a sit and a good chat along with a nice meal. The owner Chris has also said you can order ahead of time and have your take-out ready for when you pick it up. Give this place a look, people. It is pretty good.
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