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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, December 2004.

Chiang Japanese Diner & Bar

*1, Lane 70-5, YanJi Street, 1F; (02) 2771-7035
*Hours¡G6 pm-3 am
*Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

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Max, the handsome male owner of Chiang Japanese Diner & Bar, is nicknamed "Sheng Chiang" (meaning "raw ginger" in Chinese). His ideas for this place come from years of frequenting pubs and restaurants, and his travels in Japan. Located in the alleyway by the Taiwan Cooperative Bank in Taipei's Eastern District, it is small but the wine and food served there are the genuine article. The owner also used his connections to employ his well-known chef, Mr. Lin. Whether he is preparing traditional or creative new dishes, Chef Lin's skills inspire awe among diners. Using imported New Zealand thin beef slices with the tendons and fat removed, the tasty and succulent Barbequed Beef (NT$200) is prepared with a Japanese-style sauce. The Japanese-style Teriyaki Roll (NT$200), containing squid from Argentina, is also a popular dish among customers. And, on almost every table, you will find another big hit, the Fried Chicken Dish (NT$200). When visiting, don't miss the chance to try some "shochu" liquor. The friendly, passionate proprietor especially recommends the "Rashiku Tsukiakari" to all the ladies. If you are coming with a group of friends, he recommends the "Kaidou" from Kagoshima, as another great choice. --By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

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