The first thing you notice about
Diamond Tony's is that the colorful exterior of
this restaurant certainly lives up to its name.
You'll also find that this is a perfect place to
drop in and hang out.
When you enter the two-floor
building, you get a glimpse of the personal style
of the boss, Tony. There are car license plates,
national flags, oak barrels, black-and-white photos
of celebrities, and even some antiques. All of
this provides a relaxing and pleasant atmosphere.
This large restaurant has many
seating areas to choose from: You can sit next
to the wall, near the windows, or even on the second
floor, from where you can look down on those seated
below. Diamond Tony's also provides large tables
for groups of ten, giving you the feeling that
you are eating a feast in the Europe of yore. You
can open the windows, or sit outside in the garden.
Tony's lives up to the motto written at the
bottom of its menu: "Our food is worth
every hard-earned penny." Every dish,
from appetizer to dessert, is painstakingly
prepared; together, they produce a visual
extravaganza. One appetizer is the Butter
And Crab Puffs (NT$180), which uses crabmeat,
fresh butter, cheese and cucumber, mixed
together into a thick sauce for a rich taste.
Italian Mixed Platter (NT$360) is popular.
Diamond Tony's also offers a large selection
of pasta, including Niciose Prawn With Black
Fettuccine (NT$360), Olive Oil, Garlic, Chili
And Clam Pasta (NT$280). Other dishes include
the Rib-Eye Steak (NT$620), which is New
Zealand beef, and the Filet Mignon (NT$620).
also French-Style Rack Of Lamb (NT$780),
Lamb Cutlets (NT$560), and Bacon Sauerkraut
And Pigs' Feet (NT$560). Diamond Tony's recently
added "lottery meals" to the menu,
which include Matzuzaka Steak With Mushroom
Sauce (NT$4,800)--possibly the single most
enjoyable meal served at this establishment.
For NT$160, you can add any dessert to your
meal--even Tiramisu or Moven Pick ice cream.
A rich dining experience awaits you at Diamond