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COMPASS MAGAZINE > September 2012

Star-era Restaurant

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Star-era Restaurant

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Star-era Restaurant

(04) 2452-9292
88, FuKe Rd, Xitun Dist.
Hours: 11 am-2:30 pm, 5-10 pm (Seafood BBQ Bar 5 pm-1:30 am)
Chinese only.
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
Parking lot available.

This large, 1,100-ping establishment provides a fresh option for special gatherings and events, from weddings to private dinners. A variety of 10-12-course table menus (NT$5-10,000) features a variety of Chinese seafood/non-seafood cuisine plus Western and other Asian entrees. For lunch and dinner, there are also NT$580 and NT$880 set meals, plus a dinner-late night seafood BBQ bar with a la carte selections. The second-floor Starlight Conference Hall is equipped for meetings/seminars for 50-plus people. --By Doug Habecker, translated by Angel Pu

A. Located on the corner of FuKe Road and HuanZhong Road, section 2, Star-Era is hard to miss with striking, star-inspired architecture.

B. The restaurant's largest venue, Sing Yan Hall, can hold up to 50 tables and is fully equipped with big video screens, stage and audio-visual systems. Other flexible spaces can be expanded up to 16 tables.

Star-era RestaurantC. For small gatherings, a number of elegantly-decorated private rooms (named after different planets) have 10 or 20-person tables.

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