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COMPASS MAGAZINE > January 2016

Shang-Ye Japanese Cuisine

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Shang-Ye Japanese Cuisine

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Shang-Ye Japanese Cuisine

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Shang-Ye Japanese Cuisine

(04) 2252-2977
252, ChaoFu Rd, 2F, Xitun Dist
Hours: 11 am-2 pm, 5:30-8:30 pm (closed 1st, 3rd Tue. every month)
10% service charge.
Credit cards accepted.
Wi-Fi and parking lot available.

This restaurant offers a surprising range of delicious, reasonably-priced cuisine, thanks to Executive Chef Chang, who started cooking at 16 and has over 20 years of broad culinary experience. His deep-rooted passion for finding new ingredients and developing creative cuisine covers a variety of appetizers, entrees, tempura and desserts. There are business lunches (NT$368-580, about 8 items) plus all sorts of other set meals (from NT$600) and a chef's selection menu (from NT$800). --By Niang Chen, translated by S. Ying

A. Although situated in a busy district, Shang-Ye's quiet second-floor location is warm, elegant and cozy.

B. Kani Nabe (NT$580) features juicy, tender crab leg meat brewed in fish and seaweed soup with plenty of mushrooms and vegetables.

C. Not shown on the menu, this chef's selection meal is filled with variety and flavors, including potato uni noodles, sashimi, steamed egg, lobster (grilled with uni sauce), tender and juicy pan-fried beef fillet, slightly flame-browned nigiri sushi, appetizer, lobster miso soup, fruit and dessert.

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