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COMPASS MAGAZINE > October 2017

 

Rekisha

(04) 3704-6848
6, ZiLi St, West Dist
Hours: 9:30 am-5 pm (closed Mon)

This restaurant, located inside the Taichung Literature Museum, is surrounded by Japanese-style buildings once used as colonial-era police housing in the 1930s and a romantic, park-like setting with a century-old banyan tree. The eatery's nostalgic-feeling wooden structure includes a private tatami room. Every dish on the creative menu is named after a local scholar, like the Chen Chiang-wu Set Meal (NT$280)--featuring Southeast Asian Style Turmeric Rice, Steamed Pork with Preserved Mustard Cabbage, two seasonal side dishes, red bean soup and Iced Sen-Cha (Japanese tea)--alluding to the dishes of home that Chen missed when he was in Southeast Asia. Yang Kui's Vegetable Quiche (NT$220) has a soft egg and fresh vegetable filling, while the Daily Novel Soup Set Meal (NT$280) is prepared with beef sirloin and fresh tomatoes that pair well with dipping bread. Japanese teas, coffees and specialty desserts like sweet red bean jelly are also served. --By Uvia Chang, translated by Anna Yang

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