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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, March, 2006.

SPICE GARDEN NEW ASIAN CUISINE

(02) 2871-6590
762, ZhongShan North Road, 1F, TienMu
Hours:11:30 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-9:30 pm,
(closed Mondays)
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

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--By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

If you've ever wanted to savor an entire spice garden with your taste buds, then try Spice Garden. Spice expert Joseph Elias Vaz has been invited from India to be the restaurant's culinary consultant. Spice Garden insists on using the most traditional, correct methods to mash and crush spices, in order to maintain original flavors. Whether used in a marinade, stew or stir-fry, or mixed in with food, every dish uses at least 10 different spices. The key is not just a balance between the spices, but also presenting each of their unique qualities in harmony with each other. Spice Garden also focuses on presenting a new concept of "New Asian Cuisine", venturing into territory that many European and American gourmets are exploring. Flavors from India, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia and China's Sichuan province can be experienced in the "Mix and Match". Everything on the menu is tempting so, if you want to try the Green Papaya Salad (NT$150), Chilli Crab Cake (NT$180), Spiced Pumpkin Soup (NT$150), Indian Curry with Beef and Spinach (NT$300), Roasted Duck Curry (NT$280) and the Fruit and Nut Shirkhand (NT$150) all at the same time, be sure and try their Gourmet Dinner Menu (NT$880).

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