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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2014

Motto Yakiniku

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Motto Yakiniku

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Motto Yakiniku

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Motto Yakiniku

(04) 2329-0366
689, DaDun Rd, Nantun Dist.
Hours: 11:30 am-3:30 pm, 5:30-11 pm
English menu available.
Credit cards accepted.
Parking lot available.

This Japanese-style grilled-meat restaurant offers both set meals and a la carte dishes, with a variety of meat, appetizers and stewed dishes, plus a pot of chicken soup offered to diners after they arrive. Meal sets range from Shiro Yuzu (NT$1,480), designed for non-beef eaters with 17 dishes including pork, chicken leg and duck breast, all the way up to the steak-and-seafood combo Kin Yuzu (NT$2280), revolving around prime Wagyu beef, giant scallops and steak. The waiters provide table-side roasting service, ensuring that everything is cooked to the right tenderness and flavor. --By Uvia Chang, translated by Angela Cheng, photos by Pedro Lucas Teixeira Pinho

A. The juicy, fresh Wagyu Beef Steak (NT$560 a la carte) can be enjoyed with three special dipping sauces. It's worth it to get the meal set.

B. Traditional, pure-white Japanese Oda dishware showcases meals, such as the pictured Kin Yuzu set.

C. The soothing, aromatic, natural-wood decor and dynamic pomelo-leaf-shaped lamps complement each other.

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