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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2012

Yakiniku Sake

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Yakiniku Sake

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Yakiniku Sake

(04) 2422-1100
197, ChongDe Rd, Sec 3, Beitun District
Hours: 5 pm-12 am, holidays 11 am-12 am
English/Chinese menu
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
Parking available.

Yakiniku Sake is the Maye Restaurant Group's newest restaurant and offers top-notch Japanese grilled selections and sake. The two-person set meal (NT$1,180-1,980) features over 10 items. A la carte menu selections include vegetables, duck meat, pork, mutton, beef, and wagyu beef (NT$40-680 each). --By Niang Chen, translated by Angel Pu

A. Wagyu Beef Set for two (NT$1,980) offers entrees like wagyu beef, beef tongue, beef brisket, beef sirloin, fillet beef, Matsusaka pork, boneless chicken leg and shrimp, with side dishes and dessert including Caesar salad, Chinese yams, steaming hot chicken soup, and green tea ice cream.

B. Wagyu beef's evenly-distributed fat gives it an extra-smooth texture. The beef brisket is also so tender that it seems to melt in your mouth, and is best enjoyed with some sea salt, scallions and onions, all wrapped together in a piece of lettuce.

Yakiniku SakeC. Diners here enjoy an ideal combination of quality meat, great sake and a smoke-free grilling environment.

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