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COMPASS MAGAZINE > November 2008

Dian Zuo San Xin

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Dian Zuo San Xin

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Dian Zuo San Xin

383, GongYi Rd, 2F
(04) 2320-9969
Hours: 11:30 am-2:30 pm,
5:30-9:30 pm
10% service charge.
Credit cards accepted.
Access to parking lot.

When gourmet food connoisseur He Yi-rong decided to open up his own Japanese restaurant, he knew that he wanted to create a place that offered authentic cuisine in a nice environment. To get the flavors just right, he hired a veteran Japanese chef whose creations are only made with quality ingredients like sea urchins, scallops, and king crabs. There is no menu here, but customers pay either NT$880, NT$1,580 or NT$2,680 for a set meal. The light jazz tunes in the background, great service and quality cuisine make patrons here feel very well taken care of. --By Niang Chen, translated by Ann Lee

A. A handful of finely prepared appetizers, like Sesame Tofu, Braised Asparagus, and Hokkaido-style Beef Stew with Potatoes, are followed nicely by a sashimi dish. Seasonal choices include Hokkaido Botan Shrimp, tuna belly (toro), scallops, and salmon.

B. This hamburger patty is a grilled combination of ground beef and pork. Another dish, Amberjack, is a large fish head that's seasoned with soy sauce, sake, a unique Japanese sauce called Mirin, and sugar. Their made-to-order Grilled Eel comes with a special dipping sauce and the Au Gratin King Crab is another popular choice.

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