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"The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby maoman » 13 Jun 2011, 14:33

olm wrote:Time to push this thread up again. Is "The Fu Bar" still going strong? Next time I am up at Fulong Beach I will report back, if noone else checked lately, or the Grillmaster himself shows up here to confirm :)

It is! I was there last night for dinner with my girls and the food and service were great! we had a combo of pitas, and the boerewors with the fruit chutney and cheddar cheese was very good. I also liked the spicy chicken. The pitas were all around $150, and the Heinekens were $100, so it's not an expensive night out by any means. :thumbsup:

We took the train there yesterday, just for the novelty of it. From Xizhi it's only 70 something NT, so it's cheaper than a taxi, and we get to have dinner ocean-side, which is pretty nice! :)
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Puppet » 21 Jun 2011, 21:45

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"The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Grillmaster » 25 Jun 2011, 20:51

Hi all,

We are still around, we were closed for the rainy winter months but we reopened a few weeks back. The menu is up on the FB page. Hope to see all of you soon!
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby TheLostSwede » 25 Jun 2011, 21:46

Been there the past two weekends and it's been great.
The food is simple but tasty and perfect for a day at the beach and they also offer a good selection of drinks.
Another bonus if you have a car is that there's plenty of parking right next door and a 2 minute walk to the beach.
Just don't forget to bring your flipflops like I did the first time, ended up burning the sole of my foot so badly I got a blister between my toes... :doh:
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Grillmaster » 02 Jul 2011, 11:54

Hi all,

Our FB page is up and running and has our menu under the discussion panel: http://www.facebook.com/thefubar.fulong

There is also a post up there with numbers for accommodation in Fulong.

We are gearing up for a massive party next week from Wednesday to Sunday. The annual Hohaiyan Rock Festival is back. http://taiwantoday.tw/ct.asp?xItem=167903&ctNode=413

We will be running specials on some of our South African drinks for festival week, while stocks last:
The Fu Bar specials for the entire week:

Hunter's Gold NT$150
Savanna NT$100 !!!
Klipdrift + Coke NT$100
Spiced Gold + Coke NT$100

Boerewors Rolls NT$150 !!!
Steak Rolls NT$150

Hope to see some of you on the beach!
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Baas Babelaas » 02 Jul 2011, 12:09

Hunter's Gold NT$150
Savanna NT$100 !!!
Klipdrift + Coke NT$100
Spiced Gold + Coke NT$100

Boerewors Rolls NT$150 !!!
Steak Rolls NT$150


Sweet Jesus, I want to be there!
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Rotalsnart » 07 Jul 2011, 15:22

The Fu Bar is open today (actually from yesterday) through the weekend for the Hohaiyan Festival. They also have a stand at the festival site. I took the train down with a friend yesterday afternoon for the first day of the festival, and we spent the whole afternoon alternately drinking ciders at the Fu Bar and swimming on the Fu Bar end of the beach. It was perfect because we were far enough away from the crowd but could still hear the music well enough at least to tell who was playing at any given time. The Fu Bar also has a shower to wash off after your swim without having to fight the crowds at the public showers down the way.

We had a lovely dinner at the Fu Bar of lamb chops and toasted veggie tortilla with trimmings and a nice chat with Etienne and Brigitte, before making our way up the strip to the festival ground proper at 8 p.m. to catch the last two acts close up. I highly suggest this recipe for enjoying the festival for anyone who wants to enjoy both the festival and beach without spending the entire time lost in the heaving crowd. (Though by the time the weekend rolls around the whole strip may be heaving -- hope so as it will bring Etienne some good business.)

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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Grillmaster » 05 Aug 2011, 20:47

Hi all,

Just a quick note that we will be closed for a private function tomorrow 6 August from 15h00 onwards. Business as usual for lunch and on Sunday though.
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Grillmaster » 17 Aug 2011, 15:33

Hi all,

Just wanted to let everyone know we have expanded our kitchen hours.

We are now open:
Wednesday - Friday, 12h00 - 19h00
Saturday - Sunday, 12h00 - 20h00

You may be able to twist the barman's arm to stay open later but those are our kitchen hours.

Cheers, see ya on the beach!
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby RollsRice » 26 Aug 2011, 15:09

The 'Fu Bar", in my opinion, is absolutely superb. Perfect retreat from the beach. Great friendly service and reasonable prices. Loved the stuffed Pitas for lunch. Lamb chops and beer for dinner. Highly recommended
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