Taichung
Google
 
Web Taiwanfun
COMPASS: +886 (4) 2358-5466

 

-ARTICLES
-DINING
-NIGHT LIFE
-TEA/COFFEE
-SHOPPING
-ARTS/LEISURE
-REAL ESTATE
-MOVIES
-TRAVEL
-INFORMATION
-MUSIC SCENE
-HUMOUR
-CLASSIFIEDS
-PERSONALS
-LANGUAGE EXCHANGE
-ABOUT US
-MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION

HOME > CENTRAL TAIWAN > DINING

 
what's new

COMPASS MAGAZINE > January 2016

Eels House

A.

Eels House

B.

Eels House

C.

Eels House

120-1, HeNan Rd, Sec 3, 3F, Xitun Dist (Tiger City mall);
(04) 3606-2581
Hours: 11 am-10 pm
English menu and parking lot available.
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

The variety of delicious, reasonably-priced eel cuisine here--originating directly from reputable Pingtung eel farms--includes eel rice bowls (from NT$280) and three kinds of eel set meals (from NT$539). --By Niang Chen, translated by S. Ying

A. The Eel Set (NT$280) includes soup, appetizers, and fresh eels, brushed with sake and a special sauce, grilled until brown and tender, and pairing well with rice from Guanshang.

B. The Chef's Special Mix of Yakitori (NT$380) has six items that include grilled eel, chicken wings, squid, prawns and shrimp. Sweet-and-salty Yilan Gaojha with Eel (NT$160) is made with eels, shrimp paste and milk and can be served cold. Eel's Liver Salad with Wasabi Sauce (NT$160) is also pictured.

C. The Bamboo Set Meal's (NT$839) nine items include soup, cooked eel, fresh grilled fish, Japanese appetizers, steamed clams and shrimps with sake sauce, either a mixed sashimi platter or fresh seafood salad with fruit, and either grilled teriyaki beef ribs or eel chicken wings with mentaiko sauce.

View This Page In Chinese

  Contributor's Boards other resources  
© COMPASS GROUP 2000-2014 site by GCT Taiwan - Search Engine Optimization