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COMPASS MAGAZINE > May 2008

8 Course Meal Sushi Express

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8 Course Meal Sushi Express

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8 Course Meal Sushi Express

128, GongYi Rd
(04) 2326-1578
Hours: 11 am-2 pm, 5-9:30 pm
holiday 11 am-9:30 pm
Credit cards accepted.
No service charge.

Sushi Express is more than just a place that sells delectable sushi selections at affordable prices; now, the popular chain has added an 8 Course Meal Sushi Express. This eight-course meal costs NT$200 per person and includes choices from favorites like sashimi, squid with barbecue sauce, teriyaki steak, fried tempura, grilled eel, salmon roe, salted mackerel, and pork chops. All of the sets include a main course, steamed egg with seafood, soup, and dessert. Their sushi rice, miso soup, cabbage, and several different sauces are served buffet-style, so it's easy to get what you want. A great lunch spot, they guarantee that your meal will come in 15 minutes, or it's on the house. --By Niang Chen, translated by Ann Lee

A. The Sashimi Course Meal, one of their signature dishes, includes tuna from Donggang, sailfish, Norwegian salmon, and Canadian surf clam sashimi. The generously-portioned pork chop meal is not only tasty, it's also a great value.

B. Grilled Kinki (carp, 一夜干, NT$150 a la carte), known as the king of Japanese cuisine, is one of the most popular dishes here. The carp's outer skin is slightly burnt, which makes for a crispy outside and a juicy, tender inside.

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