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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, June 2003. VOL.3 ISSUE 6

Red Door Teppanyaki Restaurant

B1, 188, ZhongCheng Rd, Sec 2, (Eslite ZhongCheng store)
(02) 2876-7381 (reservations can be made)
Hours: 11:30 am-2 pm; 5-10 pm

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     Red Door Teppanyaki, the flagship restaurant of which has been in Taichung for 20 years, has opened a branch in Tienmu. Diners sit at a comfy table and watch the French cooking skills of the chef while eating freshly-prepared fine food. Set meals are on offer, each one including soup (French onion, butter and corn, or spinach and clam), handmade bread, salad, vegetables of the season, fruit, dessert and drinks. Set meals cost between NT$880 and NT$3780; main dishes include various steaks, royal goose-liver meat rolls, Japanese style tender chicken, or maple syrup and mustard prawns of fresh lobster. The cooking style is mainly French. The various sauces are also the perfect accompaniment to the main ingredients. There are the fragrant thick potato sauce that goes perfectly with cod, and the and lightly sweet, slightly hot maple syrup and mustard sauce that you dip prawns into, and the aromatic and mellow white wine sauce that accompanies Ghana fish, perfectly contrasting with the soft fish meat. -- By Josephine Lin

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