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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, May 2004.

Yishang Garden


337, NeiHu Rd, Sec 1 / (02) 8751-8183
Hours﹕11 am-2 pm; 5 pm-9 pm
Credit cards accepted; 10% service charge

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     Despite not being located in a busy area, and having just set up a new flagship restaurant, Yishang Garden is always packed with happy customers. This popularity is due in part to tales of the management's creativity, and their attention to detail. Yishang Gardens is set in a three-story villa that brings together Classical Chinese and modern Western architecture. The interior reflects a "Taiwanese nouveau-rich style" based on Shanghai influences. The food is excellent; healthy, fresh and full-flavored. The menu is mouth-watering, from the starters down to the sweets and soups. The Wine Pickled Chicken, or "Drunk Chicken" (NT$280) has a smooth taste and a slight flavor of Shaoxing Rice Wine. The taste of the Tonpo-Style Stewed Pork Chunk On Vegetable evolves with every bite (NT$200 to NT$300); the Pickled Crab has a wine taste (NT$280). Once on the table, these tasty dishes tend to be consumed rapidly. Yishang Garden also hosts weddings, and has nine partition rooms for groups. --By Josie Wu, translated by John Johnson

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