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COMPASS MAGAZINE > January 2016

Fidele Seafood Restaurant

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Fidele Seafood Restaurant

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Fidele Seafood Restaurant

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Fidele Seafood Restaurant

(04) 2375-6513
117-1, ZiLi St, West Dist
Hours: 11 am-10 pm
English menu and Wi-Fi available.
Credit cards accpeted.
10% service charge.

In French, "fidele" means "loyalty", and this restaurant aims to stay loyal to original ingredient flavors--including Keelung seafood; southern Taiwan stone crabs, shrimp, giant clams, giant squid and octopus; plus Boston lobsters and king crab legs--accented by Italian and American spices and special sauces. Sandwiches and appetizers (NT$220-450) and pasta, risotto and rib eye steaks (NT$350-880) can become set meals with soup, bread, drink and dessert for NT$200 extra. A holiday all-you-can-eat buffet (NT$2,350/person) includes shrimp, pork ribs, rib eye steak and Boston lobsters, and there's a 2-5 p.m. weekday afternoon tea. --By Niang Chen, translated by S. Ying

A. Pictured with the Boston Lobster (NT$1,080 500-600 grams), the Set Meal for 2 (NT$1,280) allows two choices from a list including huge deep-sea squid, a pound of fish, broccoli, corn, pound of clams, and half-pound of sweet shrimp.

B. The Hawaiian Pizza Bun (NT$380), with pineapples, ham and cheese, is shaped like a Mongolian bun, drizzled with orange liqueur after baking.

C. Diners get an apron and gloves to pig out on huge seafood platters.

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