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COMPASS MAGAZINE > June 2012

Suki-Ya

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Suki-Ya

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Suki-Ya

(04) 2254-6557
205, WenXin Rd, Sec 2, Xitun Dist.
Hours:11 am-10 pm
English Menu
Visa/Mastercard accepted.
90-minute dining limit.
English menu
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

This upscale-looking but reasonably-priced all-you-can-eat sukiyaki and shabu shabu restaurant is the first Taiwan branch for this Singaporean-based international dining chain. Lunches (11 a.m.-5 p.m.) are NT$399/adults and NT$199/kids, and dinners (5-10 p.m.) are NT$499/adults and NT$299/kids. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Angel Pu

A. There are four broth choices for the half-and-half pot--the trademark Sukiyaki option, plus Shabu-Shabu, Tonyu Miso, and the spicy Kimuchi. This comes with order-as-you-go chicken, pork, beef and tender chicken-leg meat, sashimi, sushi and other items. Diners can enjoy these with provided Ponzu, Miso, Egg Sauce, Chili Sauce, and Goma Tare dipping condiments.

B. Besides what is ordered at the table, diners can also stock up on everything from veggies and tofu to sausages and fish balls at a buffet. There is also a self-serve ice cream machine, soft drinks and coffee/tea. Beer can be ordered by the glass (NT$120), or with a NT$199 all-you-can-drink deal.

Suki-YaC. The 88-seat eatery features a relaxing, attractive interior.

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