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COMPASS MAGAZINE > December 2012

J-Sho Ya

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J-Sho Ya

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J-Sho Ya

(04) 2258-2302
382, LiMing Rd, Sec 2, Nantun Dist.
Hours: 11:30 am-10 pm
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
Parking available.

J-Sho Ya is a branch of the Shoya yakiniku chain that targets younger diners. Like Shoya, it offers exquisitely-made menu selections created from high-quality ingredients and sold for reasonable prices. The set meals (NT$380-680) include beef, pork and boneless chicken legs, and come with drinks, salad and seasonal vegetables. Every set also includes all-you-can-eat rice, lettuce, sliced apples and Movenpick yogurt ice cream (a plus for lactose-intolerant diners). --By Niang Chen, translated by Angel Pu

A. The two-story J-Sho Ya has a bright and comfy environment.

B. The traditional Japanese garden-style decor blends white stones and wood to create a calm atmosphere.

J-Sho YaC. The thick, rare, a la carte Angus Boneless Beef Spareribs (NT$460) are juicy and tender, and taste even better with some pink salt. Imported from Denmark, the Pork Sirloin (NT$380) is deliciously chewy and juicy.

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