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COMPASS MAGAZINE, September 2006

 

DOMO NIGHT BAR

(04) 2311-3188
20, XiChuan Road
Hours: 7 pm-3 am
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

Domo is a very attractively decorated, larger-than-average "ju jiu wu" Japanese-style bar and eatery, located on XiChuan Road just off of WenXin Road, Section 3, near TaiZhongGang Road. The entire place features a classy, minimalist, modern Japanese-style decor with dark lighting, high ceilings, squared-off dark wood tables, red padded chairs and other touches. Flat-screen wall TVs can be programmed with KTV videos that patrons can sing to at their tables. Owner Shao Si points out that her 110-seat establishment is distinctive not only because of its spaciousness, but also its lower-than-average minimum per person charge (NT$250) and reasonably-priced quality cuisine. A decent menu includes a variety of Asian-style stir-fries, cold dishes and barbecued items. "Shao kao" barbecue selections (NT$160-180) include Salty Pork, and Baked Fish Cheeks. Other dishes include Boneless Beef (NT$180), Butter Cabbage (NT$130), "Mala" Spicy Beef (NT$180), and Spicy Chicken Feet NT$120). Beers are reasonably priced here, too, with large bottles ranging from NT$150 to NT$200, and 500cc Qingdao draft for NT$160. Chilled sake (NT$250), vodka, 12-year-old Scotch, and soft drinks are also available.

--By Douglas Habecker, translated by Liu Fang Through

Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited for those under 18.

 

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