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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, February, 2006.

ZUPER

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--By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

Zuper is a Japanese-style food court on the first floor of the Taipei Stadium's NanJing East Road side. This 600-ping area has select cuisine from about 10 restaurants, showcased with modern Tokyo-style decor and offering trendy dishes for affordable prices. First up on the right is Ecco Italian Kitchen, selling pasta and thin-crust, handmade pizzas. The North Sea Smoked Salmon Pizza (NT$230) is a personal creation of the owner, with romaine lettuce, black olives and an egg yolk layer for an unforgettable mouthful. Next is Han Gu Fang, a Korean restaurant offering Copper Plate BBQ (NT$150-NT$250), GuangZhou Stone Pot Rice (NT$190), Spicy Fried New Year Cakes (NT$180) and other popular dishes. The Nara Tea and Rice House specializes in Japanese Edo cuisine. In a change from the usual pork bone soup base used in most ramen, the noodles here are prepared with katsuo soup and special udon noodles made from yams. Their Udon Noodles (NT$130), Tempura Set Meals (NT$180) are the most popular dishes. Wei Zhi Yi Sapporo Ramen offers ingredients imported from Japan. Their Ramen with Pork (NT$150) is cooked with 16 different ingredients and vegetables for over 20 hours to create a rich, aromatic soup base.

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