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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, January 2004.

Zukishima Monjiyaki


126-13, ZhongXiao E. Rd., Sec. 4
(02) 2721-5081
Hours: 11 am-11:30 pm

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      Taiwan has a similar geographical and cultural background to Japan, and so it's not surprising that in recent years many regional Japanese cuisines have been introduced into Taiwan. Osakayaki is one such new dish. Zukishima has no lavish decor, but on its wall there is the owner's certificate, proving that he has traveled across the sea to acquire his skills. This is a guarantee that the food will be delicious. Japanese seafood fried noodles and beef curry are offered here. The restaurant attracts many locals, and also foreign customers who are fond of Japanese cooking. The menu prices are reasonable for this part of Taipei. An order of Zukishimayaki or Osakayaki ranges from NT$180 to NT$300 excluding service charge; beverages are priced NT$50 to NT$80. If an order of Monajiyaki isn't enough, try a bowl of red bean dumpling soup after the meal--the quintessential New Year dish for Japanese people. --By Elizabeth Cheng, translated by Yvonne Chen

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