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COMPASS MAGAZINE > July 2017

 

Omakase

(04) 2371-1666
99, WuQuan 1st St, West Dist
Hours: Tue-Sat 5:30-10:30 pm,
Sun. brunch 9-4 pm (closed Mon)

This exquisite establishment is a partnership between chefs Jenn Lin and Kawaguchi Yukihiro, colleagues at Boston's O Ya (ranked #1 Japanese restaurant in Boston by Time Out magazine in 2017). After over 20 years in Boston, Executive Chef Kawaguchi now introduces his creative modern Japanese cuisine to Taiwan in a very upscale, but relaxing, setting. Omakase's chic-looking building accommodates about 20 diners on the second floor, where they can sit at a bar fronting the open kitchen or a variety of tables. Two daily-changing set meals--the 14-course "Curious 14" menu (NT$2500+10%) and 17-course "Whimsical 17" menu (NT$3500+10%)--highlight a cornucopia of beautifully-presented, delicious courses that bring Japanese, Asian and western ingredients, flavors and culinary styles together. This ranges from Champagne Vinegar Grouper and Wagyu A10 Ribeye to delectable bite-sized morsels like Hue-style Kanpachi, French Summer Truffle Scallop, and Lobster Dumpling. In July, Sunday brunch sets (about NT$500) with various creative main-course options will also be introduced. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Anna Yang

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