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COMPASS MAGAZINE,June 2004

Jin Shui Zhuang


5, XiangShang (ShiangShang) Road, Section 1, B1
(04)2301-7909
Hours:8pm-4am

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      Conveniently located near the intersection of XiangShang (ShiangShang) and MinQuan (MinChuan) roads, the entrance here gives no indication that the place is frequently packed out, even on Wednesday nights. Head downstairs and you'll find a smallish but busy nightlife spot decorated with a strong modern Japanese influence. Glass walls enclose a little garden, and there is plenty of small booths, bottle cabinets and dark wood. One draw is the karaoke setup, which includes small airplane-sized flat screens in each booth. Food is mostly of the "shao kao"barbeque sort, and the Hong Kong sausages (NT$130) come highly recommended. This place is upscale and most customers order full bottles of whiskey or cognac (NT$2,200+), but a single glass of Johnny Walker Black Label can be had for NT$150, and glasses of XO are only NT$200. Big bottles of beer come in at NT150+. --By Courtney Donovan Smith, Translated by Blankie

 

 

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