From Seattle to Dajia:
brings fine western
By Niang Chen
Translated by S. Ying
7, YuYing Rd, Dajia Dist
Hours: 11:30 am-2 pm, 5-8:30 pm; holidays 11:30 am-8:30 pm
English menu, parking lot and Wi-Fi available.
No service charge.
Liang's House lives up to its name, as it's located in a traditional western-style, three-story stand-alone residence that has been renovated. Executive Chef Liang once lived in Seattle, where he worked in an American-style restaurant, but has now returned home to Dajia district, aiming to share his interest in gourmet cooking with the local community. To do this, he uses fresh seasonal ingredients, cooks with top-grade meats, and makes sauces and soups from scratch. All this allows his diners to enjoy exquisite, creative cuisine and solid western cooking made from local ingredients.
Liang's House Meat & Seafood Combo
(NT$1,789 set) is a hearty, varied combo platter
with fish fillet, squid, scallops and prawns.
Set meals (NT$389-1,289) include risotto, spaghetti and steak entrees served with an appetizer, soup, bread, refreshing sorbet, drink and dessert. There are also various chef's selection meals (NT$3,689) with a variety of non-fixed dishes that are perfect for foodies and gourmands.
Left: Creamy Scallops & Shrimp and Mixed-Mushrooms Risotto & Baked
Scallops (NT$589) has a very refreshing flavor as the sauce is prepared
from soy milk, making the risotto creamy but not too rich or overly-milky.
Right: A Liang's House signature dish is the Half Roasted
Chicken with special spices and a secret marinade
that includes mountain peppers. After it's baked,
the juicy chicken, covered with crispy skin, exudes
a lemongrass aroma.
Left: The French-Style Lamb Shoulder
with Creamy Butter Clams and
White Wine Sauce (NT$889) is also
tender and juicy.
Right: The 12-oz. Grilled Flat Iron Steak (NT$889) features a
special homemade sauce that accents the juicy meat flavors
and is highly recommended.