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COMPASS MAGAZINE > November 2014

Ju hachi Cho Ramen

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Ju hachi Cho Ramen

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Ju hachi Cho Ramen

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Ju hachi Cho Ramen

87, BoGuan 3rd St, West Dist.
(04) 2321-7879
Hours: 11:30 am-12 midnight (closed Tue.)
English/Japanese menu.
Cash only.
No service charge.

Just off JianXing Road near Splendor Hotel, this second branch of a popular ramen shop has a vastly-expanded menu that includes various Japanese-style barbecued kushiage skewers, sushi rolls, fried dishes, and rice bowls. These extras are served 5:30-11:30 p.m. weekdays and all day weekends; only ramen is available at other times. Drinks include six sakes, large bottled beers (NT$100-120) and Super Dry on tap (NT$120, 500cc). --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Alicia Yu

A. Eight ramen options (NT$130-170) are topped by the original-flavor "Essence", pictured with a Cod Roe Omelet (NT$50). The authentic ramen here has a saltier broth, though diners can select a milder version, plus thick or thin noodles.

B. New items include the NT$180 Salmon Monster Roll (pictured, front). Other pictured items (NT$30-50) include grilled Tender Chicken Kidney, Cod Roe Chicken Stick, and Salt & Pepper Pork Slice, plus Sauce Grilled Mushrooms, and Grilled Scallops and Bacon.

C. With a relaxed Japanese vibe, plus pop/lounge music, Ju Hachi Cho attracts many younger diners.

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