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COMPASS MAGAZINE > April 2008

Kumasushi

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Kumasushi

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Kumasushi

168, WenXin Rd, Sec 4
(corner of QingDao Rd)
停業 Closed

At Kumasushi, customers will find a brightly-lit dining room and a simple sushi selection. All of the fish and seafood here is specially-picked and delivered daily, and served with local Taiwanese Yue-Kuang rice. A high-tech sushi train delivers your order right to your table, which makes choosing your meal a lot more fun. The cozy booths are great for a little privacy; you won't feel too crowded or too close to the other diners. --By Niang Chen, translated by Ann Lee

A. After making your selections on the one-touch monitor, the chefs will make your sushi fresh and deliver it right to your table via the shinkansen food cart. This new, Japanese roller technology is a big hit with children.

B. These sushi dishes are priced according to color-coded plates and range from NT$30 to NT$120. Fatty Tuna (NT$120), is a very popular dish here; the Family Fried Shrimp (NT$60), rolled with crispy asparagus, is a healthier choice among customers.

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