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Yeh Restaurant (TWTC location)
XinYi Rd. Sec. 4, 2F, Taipei City.
Tel: (02) 2725-1025
Hours: 11am-2:30pm; 5pm-11pm
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Fit For a Fair
Written and translated by Aria Chang
With years of history and know-how behind the brand, Shin
Yeh has thrived to become a recognized leader in high-class
Taiwanese cuisine. Two years ago, it was selected by Taiwan¡¦s
government to showcase the island's food at an international
travel fair in Japan.
The ground floor, also part of Shin Yeh, is home to
a Mongolian barbecue buffet. When you walk up to the
second floor though, you are immediately drawn to the
Chinese decor and the traditional round tables neatly
laid out in a spacious dining hall. Individual dining
rooms, which can be combined to accommodate large groups,
are available for those who require privacy.
The menu has been designed with international customers
in mind: Clearly-priced items are described in Chinese,
English, and Japanese; there are pictures of the most popular
items. Dishes are presented according to color and cooking
style, enhancing an already delightful dining experience.
The restaurant's ¡§Home Dishes¡¨ such as Fried Pork
Liver (NT$230), Fried Small Cuttlefish (NT$260), Fried
Eggs with Dried Turnip (NT$140), or Fried Soft Bean
Curd (NT$110-140) are not to be missed. Other popular
dishes include Stir-Fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts (NT$365),
Stir-Fried Beef with Kale (NT$365), and Hot Pot Sets
(NT$1650-1950). More extravagant items on the ¡§Deluxe
Dishes¡¨ menu, including Abalone Salad (NT$2900), and
Stir-Fried Shark's Fin with Eggs (NT$1400-1900), often
feature in banquets marking important occasions.