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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2016

Sushiraku Seafood Market

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Sushiraku Seafood Market

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Sushiraku Seafood Market

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Sushiraku Seafood Market

(04) 3700-7997
21, WenXin Rd, Sec 2, Xitun Dist
Hours: 11:30 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-10 pm
English menu
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

Covering over 3,345 square meters, Sushiraku Seafood Market features a Japanese food court with sushi bar, BBQ grill area, hot pots, set meals and many other dishes, king crabs, lobster and other premium seafood, plus alcoholic drinks. The sushi bar has individual seats for people dining alone and the BBQ grill provides set meals for two people, starting from NT$980. In addition, the weekday lunch specials start from NT$480. Hot pots for two diners start from NT$1,280. --By Niang Chen, translated by Anna Yang

A. The BBQ grill area's Seafood Combo (NT$580) includes sushi, uni, sweet shrimp and salmon roe, plus salad, grilled items, soup and fruit.

B. Crisp, juicy Deep Fried King Crab Legs (pictured item: NT$280; standard price NT$200 per 100 grams) have a perfect consistency, while savory Steamed Garlic Scallops (pictured item: NT$220) are generously topped with tangy minced garlic and Japanese sauce. Standard price for scallops is NT$132 per 100 grams.

C. Fresh seafood is available daily and a variety of sauces and hydroponically-grown vegetables are served to promote healthy living.

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