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COMPASS MAGAZINE > January 2014

Don Sushi

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Don Sushi

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Don Sushi

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Don Sushi

(04) 2471-6668
57, WenXin S Rd, Nantun Dist.
Hours: 11:30 am-2:30 pm (open to 3 pm holidays), 5-9:30 pm
English menu available.
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
Parking lot available.

Don Sushi offers seasonal seafood, fresh daily off the fishing boats. Besides sushi, there 30-plus "donburi" (meaning "bowl") entrees, featuring rice covered with different ingredients. Other, delicious-looking sashimi and scallops selections are chilled in a glass showcase and there are all-you-can-eat Japanese side dishes, soup, desserts, ice cream, and Japanese tea. The mostly-wooden interior here also exudes a traditional Japanese vibe. --By Uvia Chang , translated by Angel Pu, photos by Pedro Lucas Teixeira Pinho

A. Favorites (NT$60-120) include Grilled Wagyu Beef, Sea Urchin and Squid with Japanese Thin Noodles, octopus, salmon belly, and Grilled Flounder of Flatfish, all made the traditional way.

B. Hokkaido Seafood Donburi (NT$480) mixes chewy rice with high-quality seafood, from scallops to salmon and shrimp. Tiryo Donburi is NT$320.

C. The Foie Gras Small Donburi NT$320 and Crisp Fried Chicken Cartilage NT$120 are pictured with the very popular Salted and Dried Croaker Fish (NT$250), made with a unique Japanese soy sauce, dried for one day and grilled for a somewhat smoky flavor and smooth, tender texture.

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