"The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby MJB » 26 Aug 2011, 19:07

RollsRice wrote: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


I had a new "Pork Skewer" concoction and it was lip smacking with just the right amount of bite. For those of you who have not made the pilgrimage to Fuling....You need to.

Superb food and atmosphere.
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Grillmaster » 27 Aug 2011, 23:39

Thanks for the positive feedback guys.

We are not sure what the weather is going to do tomorrow, we will post up early tomorrow morning if we are going to close or stay open. If you are planning to come down, or need a port in a storm so to speak, give us a shout, we will be in town even if the doors are closed! 0955 496 175


So the morning update as promised! We are open currently, partly sunny skies but very windy and the sea is rough. We'll see what happens later in the day!
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Grillmaster » 15 Sep 2011, 20:28

Hey all,

Just a note that this weekend the grill will be CLOSED and we will not be showing the rugby. We will be at the South Africa Day party in Taipei for the weekend. The bar is still open and we will be serving pita breads Saturday and Sunday. Hope you all have a fantastic weekend!
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby tango42 » 10 Dec 2011, 05:03

Hey, are you guys open this weekend and upcoming weekends? Will be over from Taipei if you are. Just need to know I have some good food to eat after the drive.

Hey, maybe post a schedule or something.

Hey, just saying' hey again.
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Mucha Man » 10 Dec 2011, 12:21

Do you still need to make reservations for Fubar? Or can you just drop by now for a meal?
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby elektronisk » 10 Dec 2011, 20:45

If they don't have a space they will probably make a space for you on the beach. I can't see them running out of room unless it was raining really hard.

Last time I called his phone number was: 0955-496-175. Please fill us in with the details after you talk to him.

Their book-face is http://www.facebook.com/thefubar.fulong
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Mucha Man » 10 Dec 2011, 21:54

I'm supposed to order carnitas, right? Beef carnitas.
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby elektronisk » 10 Dec 2011, 22:25

Muzha Man wrote:I'm supposed to order carnitas, right? Beef carnitas.


It is pork, PORK.

Thanks for making me laugh MM. :thumbsup:

You still haven't said you've tried them. :no-no: :lol:
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby Mucha Man » 10 Dec 2011, 23:56

elektronisk wrote:
Muzha Man wrote:I'm supposed to order carnitas, right? Beef carnitas.


It is pork, PORK.

Thanks for making me laugh MM. :thumbsup:

You still haven't said you've tried them. :no-no: :lol:


Actually I haven't. :oops: My plan was always to ride up to Danshui and have lunch before riding back but I never seen to find the time or weather for that matter.
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Re: "The Fu Bar" at Fulong Beach

Postby jdsmith » 23 Feb 2012, 22:15

Just got some BIG lamb shoulders and sausage from the GM. :thumbsup:

Is the Fubar still up and running?
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