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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, October 2004.

The Food, Japan


(02) 2712-3560
100, DunHua N. Rd. (1F of Holiday Inn)
Hours:(Sun-Thurs)11:30 am-1:30 am;
(Fri-Sat)11:30 am-2:30 am
Credit cards accepted; 10% service
charge.

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   What does this exquisite establishment look like? How does it feel inside? This treasure isn't hard to find. Occupying a quiet spot in a noisy city, it holds a number of surprises. You must open the treasure if you want to satisfy your curiosity. A fan of interior design, owner Andy Liu has decorated his restaurant in a simple, elegant way. Along the giant glass wall are fascinating tatami-inspired seating areas; the waiting area in the center is an extravagantly spacious and chic spot, with wicker chairs and white sofas designed to uplift customers' spirits. The food at The Food, Japan will also not disappoint you. The head chef's traditional techniques skillfully bring out palate-tempting flavors in every dish. Dishes such as Creamy Seafood Pot (NT$1280), Assorted Sashimi (NT$720), Seafood Salad With Perilla Sauce (NT$320), Deep-Fried Tiger Prawn (NT$420), and Soft Shell Roll (NT$380), will fully satisfy. --By Josie Wu, translated by Yvonne Chen

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