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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, March, 2006.

JI PIN RESTAURANT

(02) 2700-3311
236, XinYi Road, Sec. 4, 2F
Hours:11:30 am-3 pm, 5:30-10:30 pm
Valet parking available.
www.jipin.com.tw

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--By Leslie Tseng, translated by Cara Steenstra

Mention shark's fin and many people will think of an exclusive, high-end dining experience. These days, however, top-grade cuisine is no longer the exclusive domain of the older set, as younger patrons, particularly from the high-tech field, have become shark's fin connoisseurs. Ji Pin Restaurant, opening on Dec. 19, came into existence after owners bought the famous Sun Tung Lok Shark Fin Restaurant, re-hired the entire crew and spent millions on renovating with a modern New York-style decor. There are plenty of VIP rooms available for family and business gatherings and the decor is appropriately classy and elegant. The menu also is targeted at a younger market in variety and style. Apart from fresh, top-grade shark's fin and abalone, Ji Pin also offers fresh seafood, delicately-prepared Hong Kong-style dim sum and Jiang Nan-style cuisine. Their Mushroom and Scallops Dumplings are exclusive to the restaurant, and the Ji Pin Liu Sha Buns are very tasty. Also not to be missed is the Fragrant Mutton Shoulder, specially prepared with garlic. Thanks to fresh ingredients and excellent culinary skills, Ji Pin ensures that customers only get the best of the best. Take-out services are also available.

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