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COMPASS MAGAZINE > July 2015
  

Teppanyaki temptations at Totoya

By Niang Chen
Translated by S. Ying

2, Lane 766, JianXing Rd, North Dist
(04) 2203-2217
Hours: 5:30 pm-1 am
English menu.
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

Located in a small lane by JianXing Road near MinQuan Road, this small bistro is a hidden gem that has become very popular among diners, especially as an after-work destination. It is a great place for teppanyaki with over a hundred choices including fish, beef, pork, chicken and grilled vegetables, not to mention over 17 years of experience in this business. The wooden decor and traditional Japanese-style ambiance also helps create a cozy atmosphere for diners kick their feet up after work or simply unwind with friends and family members over some wine or sake.

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Left: Sea Urchin Hand Roll (NT$120) pairs fresh uni with cucumbers for a taste of the sea.
Right: A cabbage side dish at every table goes perfectly with a homemade spicy garlic dipping sauce created from over 10 spices.

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Left: Beef Kimchi Hot Pot (NT$350) is ideal for beef hot pot lovers and comes with beef brisket, beef tongue and beef stomach, plus tons of
vegetables, spicy Korean hot sauce and kimchi.
Right: Kimchi with Pork (NT$140) pairs very spicy kimchi and large garlic pieces with pork, while the especially refreshing Tomato Salad (NT$90) uses kumquat sauce as salad dressing.

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Left: Pork with Tomato Rolls (2 for NT$100) feature pork grilled with tomatoes, creating a combo of juicy meat and sweet-and-sour tomato flavors. Grilled Garlic (NT$70) is another tasty treat; Chicken Wings (1 for NT$55) are crispy on the outside and tender inside.
Right: Deep-Fried Basil Prawn Roll (NT$160) is a delicately-prepared deep-fried dish with basil leaves wrapped around meaty de-veined prawns. The basil's natural fragrance goes great with the sweet prawns.

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Left:The chewy Squid Cake (NT$150) is made from mashed squid and fish paste.

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